Example: Advocated for underserved populations.
Example: Cared for patients with complex, multisymptom diseases.
Example: Comforted victims as member of first-response team.
Example: Consoled victims and family members.
Example: Counseled client caseload with a variety of affective and schizophrenic disorders.
Example: Dedicated to serving women recovering from domestic abuse.
Example: Devoted more than a decade of professional service to underserved migrant populations.
Example: Eased tensions in multiracial, inner-city neighborhood.
Example: Embraced the uniqueness and worth of all cultures.
Example: Encouraged clients recovering from substance abuse.
Example: Enriched the lives of at-risk children through linkages with a mentor program.
Example: Fostered relationships with geriatric clients.
Example: Healed volatile, blended-family relationships.
Example: Helped clients access no-cost or low-cost community resources.
Example: Interceded on behalf of non-English-speaking clients.
Example: Intervened on behalf of minors.
Example: Kindled hope for family members of children suffering from leukemia.
Example: Lifted the spirits of geriatric patients through movement and music-therapy sessions.
Example: Nursed outpatient HIV patients, administering antibiotic, antiviral, chemotherapy, and investigational agents.
Example: Nurtured relationships between disassociated family members.
Example: Prescribed therapeutic activities to facilitate restoration of movement.
Example: Reconciled victims and offenders through court-ordered reconciliation program.
Example: Referred clients to community resources that provided financial aid, health care services, and work-skills training.
Example: Rehabilitated patients suffering from CNS trauma.
Example: Touched the lives of at-risk youth, several of whom turned from involvement in gangs to return to school and complete their GEDs.