Updated 6/26/14
Krystin's Resume

Krystin K. Moberg LCPC, MS-MFT

 Licenses

 

#180008435-  Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)

#178007256- Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Education

June 2008                             Northwestern University                    Evanston, IL

Masters of  Science in Martial and Family Therapy

  • GPA: 3.91
  • AAMFT certified program

August 2001                           California State University               Long Beach, CA

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

  • Minor in Communication Studies
  • Graduated Cum Laude: GPA 3.65

 

Experience

7/12-11/12                     Aunt Martha’s Youth Services             Park Forest, IL

Contractual Residential Therapist- Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)

Contract to conduct weekly family sessions with clients who transitioned laterally to new group
home placements due to the closure of their group home.  Providing input into treatment and
discharge planning by way of progress notes, participation in meetings related to treatment. 
           

Contract to complete Mental Health Assessments/Reassessments, as needed, for clients in
residential group homes including their history of trauma/abuse, family history and mental
health history, placement history, treatment preferences, etc. including an in-person interview.

 

7/08-6/30/12                    Aunt Martha’s Youth Services                      Joliet, IL

Residential Group Home Therapist-Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)

Facilitated on-site individual and group therapy to adolescent male clients, ages 13-19.

Completed Medicaid compliant progress notes documenting each service provided to maintain
a confidential record of services provided.

Provided crisis/SASS evaluation and stabilization to clients and staff in the residential group
home.

Developed and monitored individualized treatment plans for clients residing in the residential
group home.

Developed and composed assessments for each client including but not necessarily limited to:
an Admission Note upon intake, a comprehensive Mental Health Assessment within 30 days of
admission, Counseling Summaries where requested, Mental Health Reassessments yearly and
Clinical Summaries within 45 days of discharge.

Attended meetings, staffing and reviews to provide clinical input and support for each client both
on-site and off-site.

Provided Clinical Supervision, in conjunction with Clinical Manager, to residential staff working
on-site to help staff better serve the individual clients present in the residential group home.

Received weekly, formal and informal, supervision by a licensed mental health professional:
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LCPC) and/or Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(LCSW).

Completed all necessary training both clinical and programmatic in a timely manner.

Maintained professional relationships with series provider both within the agency and with those
outside the agency to maintain a comprehensive continuum of care.

Followed regulations put forth by the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS),
Medicaid, The Joint Commission and other funders, both public and private.

Maintained and reviewed clinical records for clients residing in the group home program to
ensure each client is receiving the appropriate services within the facility and in the agency.

Developed and implemented program offerings along with other members of the management
team.

 

9/06-06/08          The Family Institute at Northwestern University     La Grange, IL

Marriage and Family Therapy Intern

Earned in excess of 300 face-to-face, relational client contact hours (couple, family and sibling
contexts) in a diverse socioeconomic and cultural population.

Earned in excess of 375 individual, face-to-face client contact hours (children, adolescents,
teens and adults) in a diverse socioeconomic and cultural population.

Earned 250+ hours of supervision provided by licensed practicing clinicians in both group and
individual settings including discussion and the analysis of videotaped and live sessions. 

Completed two years of compiling and submitting case notes, treatment plans,
case closings/openings, case preparation for audit and all other necessary paperwork for entire
caseload in a timely manner.

11/06-6/08                     Beethoven Elementary School                          Chicago, IL

Child Therapist Intern- Community Outreach Program

Provided Counseling Services on a weekly basis to caseload of students ages 6-14 who were
having behavioral, social, and academic problems.

Created and lead psycho-educational groups for 7th and 8th grade students around developing
leadership qualities within the academic, social and home environment

Completed two school years experience of compiling and submitting case notes, treatment
plans, case closings/openings, case preparation for audit and all other necessary paperwork for
entire caseload in a timely manner.

Consulted with teachers, school counselors, social workers, and various school personnel in
order to provide comprehensive services to students.

Completed two years of supervision in both group and individual settings through discussion
and consultation.

Completed two years of compiling and submitting case notes, treatment plans, case
closings/openings, case preparation for audit and all other necessary paperwork for entire
caseload.

09/06                                 Nichols Middle School                                Evanston, IL

Child Intern/Facilitator- Community Outreach Program

Facilitated a six week long group therapy curriculum to sixth graders.  Group focused
on helping the students negotiate the new academic and social demands of middle
school and to assist them in finding commonalities amongst their classmates in order
to build a sense of community and acceptance. 
 

 

  

Non-Clinical Experience

07/02-07/06                      Ocwen Financial/ CSFB                 Downers Grove, IL

Underwriter

1/06-7/06

  • Reviewed loan information for soundness in the Ocwen/CSFB system to move reviewed
     loans on to purchase by Ocwen's macro client- Credit Suisse First Boston

Telephone/Client Representative

4/03-1/06

  • Maintained contact with mortgage originators to help move their closed loans to
    purchase and remedy any conditions that might hinder that process.
  • Designed and arranged for electronic delivery of reporting tools, communicated with
    assigned clients via email and telephone on a daily basis 

Document Assistant

07/02-4/03

  • Filed collateral files, completed basic review of collateral documents, entered pertinent
    documents into computer system, prepared groupings of file for shipping to CSFB’s
    Collateral Custodian
  • Processed all incoming mail in the CSFB mailroom.  Opened, received and distributed
    incoming and outgoing mail for entire Downers Grove location

 

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