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José De La Cruz Arjona

José De La Cruz Arjona is a 5 Path Hypnotherapist at Orlando Hypnosis Clinic in Orlando and Act Now Wellness Center in Altamonte Springs, FL

About José

  • Seasoned and dynamic personal offering exposure across Clinical social work, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, and Case Management.
  • Professionally accomplished Social Worker with Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University and professional experience in Clinical Case Management and Counseling.
  • Expertise in treatment plan, client handling, logistics, documentation, client interaction and liaison, and psychosocial assessments.
  • Highly motivated learner with passion for detail, zeal for multi-tasking and strong ability to accomplish tasks flawlessly and on-time.
  • Possess strong interpersonal skill with fluency both in Spanish and English.
  • Adept at liaising and coordinating with customers with proven ability to work accurately and quickly prioritize, coordinate and consolidate tasks, whilst simultaneously managing the diverse range of functions.
  • Experienced, trained, and monitored In Family Behavioral Therapy (FBT) (Evidence Based Practice Model) by Dr. Donohue himself, The Author of FBT.
  • Experienced Trained and monitored in Calvin Banyan 5 Path therapeutic Modality via Hypnosis to treat PTSD, Substance Dependence, Attachment Deficits, Mannerisms, Fears/Phobias, among other Mental Limitations keeping an individual from experiencing highest quality of life.

Work Experience

5 Path Hypnotherapist

Orlando Hypnosis Clinic/ Act Now Wellness Center
2016 to Present
Key Accountabilities:

  • Closely trained in 5 Path Hypnotherapy, a revolutionary modality used to treat PTSD, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, Depression, Attachment Deficit, Fears, Phobias, Nervous Ticks, and Behaviors suppressing individual optimization and well-being. Therapist is experienced using 5 Path which includes many evidenced based modalities such as: Forgiveness Therapy, Regression Techniques, and Attachment Therapy, to help clients push through almost any obstacle holding them back in their quality of life.
  • Establishes good rapport with clients while dispelling misbeliefs about hypnosis, and explains how hypnosis is a natural human state experienced more often than we realize. Explains how experiences turn into beliefs, then behaviors. Explains how connecting to an underlining emotion can help cure many manifesting symptoms that manifest from an originating initial synthesizing event which is most often called trauma in the mental health realm.

In Home Social Worker

Orlando Hypnosis Clinic/ Act Now Wellness Center
2016 to Present
Key Accountabilities:
Performs all Case Management/ SW duties while present in the home and also provides situational appropriateness, including:

  • Patients who’ve been recently discharged from the hospital but have not yet fully recovered
  • Patients with chronic conditions that require monitoring
  • Patients with limited mobility who need therapy services
  • Patients who require a pain management plan

Family Behavioral/Substance Abuse Therapist

The Centers Inc
2014 to Present
Key Accountabilities:

  • Have been closely trained In Family Behavioral Therapy, an Evidence Based Practice model targeted towards Co-occurring parents who are also dealing with drug addictions. Have implemented numerous FBT sessions with various family structures which include: Behavioral Goals, Family Dynamics, Self-Control, and Environmental Control, Financial Management, and Job-getting skills training.
  • Responsible for performing psychosocial assessments through interviewing clients and family and linking clients with community resources, transportation, housing, jobs, and crisis programs among others.
  • Organized the development of the treatment plan and monitor its implementation through interaction with the treatment team and direct contact with the client.
  • Have currently supported clients by informally telling referral agents improvements and/or positive attributes observed in FBT sessions.
  • Assisted Clients in maintaining or getting out of systems such as: (court, DCF) by promoting efforts of client.
  • Promoted in achieving/maintaining family unity (I.E., Keep family together, calm home environment, and replacing maladaptive coping skills).
  • Case Management

    Orange County Drug Court
    2013 to 2014
    Key Accountabilities:

  • Organized the development of the treatment plan and monitor its implementation through interaction with the treatment team and direct contact with the client. Prepared documents for presentation in court and complete required case management form.
  • Skillfully monitored client’s performance behavior and conformance to program rules and regulations as well as case management goals. Referred clients or families to other support services as appropriate and within the parameters of designated program.
  • Responsible for performing psychosocial assessments through interviewing clients and family and linking clients with community resources, transportation, housing, jobs, and crisis programs among others.
  • Performed home visit to client homes to inspect residential environment is within system limits for the drug court program and would not interfere with the clients’ progress in treatment.
  • Appreciated for managing and documenting a caseload size of about 95 clients’ overall progress in our program which includes: Keeping track of client’s court sanctions, Drug Screening, Medical prescription and dosage monitoring.
  • Exchanged information with allied sources like Client’s probation officers, public defender, and Drug Court Judge, as well as outside sources as long as the confidentiality requirements are in place.
  • Prepared documents for presentation in court and assist with planning and development of the work curriculum.
  • MSW Program Assistant

    Asia-Pacific International University
    June 2012 to August 2012
    Key Accountabilities:

    • Provided local residents with basic needs such as food, water, shelter, helped with land and crops, taught local residents Basic English, offered spiritual support, and initiated religious support through future projects.
    • Delivered mission program’s effectiveness reports and conducted quality of life surveys and improvement assessments on local Residents.

    Youth Counselor Intern

    Jubilee Youth Ranch Academy
    Prescott, WA
    2011 to 2012
    Key Accountabilities:

    • Counseled male adolescents ages 13-18 (individual and group sessions).Treated clients held of substance abuse, PTSD, depression, ODD, ADD, school failure, and family conflict.
    • Conducted treatment plans, psycho-social assessments and client advocacy and interacted with parents about their child’s behavior and academic status in the program.

    Nephrology Social Work Intern

    Fresenius Medical Care Hospital
    Walla Walla, WA
    2010 to 2011
    Key Accountabilities:

    • Counseled dialysis patients who experienced loss and grief.
    • Contacted agencies which supplied patients with healthcare and day-to-day needs.
    • Advocated for patients on inter-disciplinary check-ups and meetings with patients.
    • Conducted various workshops and trainings like psycho-education on optimum health and fitness to dialysis patients, quality of life surveys, psycho-social assessments, and improvement plans.

    Education

    License in Clinical Social Work
    Walla Walla University
    Walla Walla, WA
    2012
    Bachelor of Computer Science in Computer Science
    Antillean Adventist University Mayaguez
    Mayagüez, PR
    2010

    Additional Information

    Core Competencies

    • 5-Path Hypnotherapists
    • In Home Social Work
    • Family Behavioral Therapy
    • Clinical Case Management
    • Social Work
    • Counseling & Client Handlings
    • Psychosocial Assessments
    • Documentation & Reporting
    • Multi-tasking
    • Research & Analysis
    • Coordination
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