Associated Therapists, Inc.
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Lisa Marney Flores, L.C.S.W.
Voice Mail: (562) 370-7595
New clients, please call (714) 898-0362
Works at: Huntington Beach

Education:
Master of Social Work, California State University, Long Beach May 1996
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, California State University, Long Beach May 1992

Current Employment:
Bi-lingual Therapist, Associated Therapists Inc. January 2008 to Feb 2008.
Biopsychosocial assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, intervention and evaluation of treatment; for clients referred for individual, conjoint, family or group therapy.

Social Services Coordinator, College Hospital, December 2007 to Feb 2008.
Director of program and staff of Social Workers responsible for psychosocial intake, treatment team,
therapy groups and discharge planning for 157 bed, in-patient psychiatric facility.
Staff supervision, hiring, evaluation, disciplinary action, participant on hospital management team.

Previous Employment:
Clinical Coordinator, Social Work Services Westside Children's Center, April 2000-12/07.
Program development including for in-home, attachment-focused, family therapy model.
Development and coordination of multidisciplinary Internship program, Field Supervision.
Clinical case assignment, grant oversight and funding report.
Mental Health Consultant for Child Study Team for two First 5 Projects.
Development of various and specialized parenting education curriculum.
Provision of in-service training, education and guidance to staff.

Direct Practice:
Assess referred children and families to identify risk of social, emotional, environmental concerns.
Direct service provision for clients, including bilingual Spanish services.
Parenting education to community, birth and foster parents.
Family, child, individual, group therapy, parenting groups including for court mandated clients.

Program Intake Coordinator, Consultant, Birth and Family Services, April 1995-02/08.
In-home psychosocial assessment and report of recommendations for service provision to developmentally disabled women who parent children.
Staff in-service training and consultation; design, develop and facilitate parenting education workshops
and support groups for clients.

Psychiatric Hospital Social Worker, Ingleside Hospital, June 1999 to April 2000.
Treatment planning; clinical assessment; treatment groups; Probable Cause Hearings; family/caregiver therapy; Outreach Family Treatment Groups; discharge planning; liaison with community agencies.

Mental Health Practitioner, Social Worker, South Bay Free Clinic, Feb 1996-June 1999.
Developed protocols for mental health services in a community-based medical clinic for under-served, low income, predominately Spanish-speaking community.
Assessment, crisis counseling, brief treatment, individual and group therapy; parenting education;
referral and linkage to community resources; clinical supervision for case managers.

Bi-Lingual Therapist, Connections Program, a program funded through the Centers for Substance Abuse Prevention, (CSAP) Jan 1995-Mar 1998.
Designed and implemented a model program of services for at-risk adolescents and their families, crisis
intervention, counseling, parenting education; case conference, consultation clinical supervision

Assistant Program Director, Birth and Family Services, May 1994-Dec 1995.
Staff supervision and evaluation; clinical case supervision; recruitment, staff training; intake, assessment; report editing; program management for agency that serves developmentally disabled parents.

Program Counselor, Birth and Family Services, April 1992- May 1994.
In-home parenting education and independent living skills instruction, case management for
developmentally disabled women and families.

PS-MAPP College Trainer-The Community College Foundation, May 2005 to 2/08.
Provide 33 hours of specialized training to potential foster and adoptive parents.
Assist Department of Children and Family Services Children's Social Worker to identify appropriate
placements for at-risk children.

Bilingual Addictions Therapist- Kaiser-Permanente in Downey, May 2/06-10/06
On call team member with Addictions Medicine Department facilitating addiction/co-dependent groups.

Foster Care Social Worker-Consultant: Multicultural Service Center, May 1998-Feb 04.
Provided in-home monitoring of children placed in foster homes through DCFS.
Support, consultation and training for foster parents; quarterly reports to Children's Social Worker and
court; support for permanency planing; certification of foster parents and completion of Home Studies.

School-Based Counselor, Beach Cities Health District, Jan 1997-June 1999, part-time.
Individual and group counseling for K-5th grade elementary school children; staff consultation; crisis
intervention; Student Study Team; support for IEP; family work, SARB.

Spanish Language Parenting Group Facilitator, South Bay Youth Project, 5-97/3-92.
Co-facilitated a community-based parenting education group on all topics related to issues of families.

Presenter:
First 5 California Special Needs Project, Costa Mesa 2005
First 5 California Special Needs Project, Sacramento 2005
ATTACh International Conference, 2004 Richmond VA
CSAP 1996, Washington D.C., annual three-day conference

Facilitator:
Harbor Regional Center parenting workshops, 1996-2004

Field Instruction:
Special Recognition Awards, USC: 2001, 2004
USC Master Field Instructor 2006
UCLA Clinical Instructor 2007
PS-MAPP: Certified Trainer, The Community College Foundation

Areas of specialty:
Attachment; birth parent, foster and adoptive families; family work
Bilingual-bicultural: English and Spanish

 

New clients, please call office number. Do not call therapist.
Administrative information needs to be gathered before scheduling.
Page last updated: 3/29/08