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Carrie Neese, MA, LMFTA

Carrie Neese, MA, LMFTA

Mental Health Specialist

World Relief

High Point, NC

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Pfeiffer Institute Reach

Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

Held a caseload of at least 10 clients (individual, couple, and family); kept up to date records of each case; consulted and collaborated with AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and Reflection Teams

Career medium 03

World Relief

Employment Associate

Data Entry;Vocational Skills Training;Re-certification of Skills through degree evaluations;Aid in Financial aid application;Connect clients with local University and community college networks; Schedule Interpreters for Job class


Unity United Methodist Church

Discipleship Coordinator

Develop programs and activities to encourage and promote spiritual growth in the youth and children of Unity UMC. Aid in forming groups surrounding the children, youth, and adult ministries within the church by equipping those feeling called to work within each group with the skills of discipleship and leadership.

Career medium 01
Education medium 02

Pfeiffer University

Master's degree, Marriage and Family Therapy

3rd place in Triangle campus Research Symposium 2013
-Literature Review "Human Trafficking and Mental Health: Evidence Based Practices in the Treatment of Human
Trafficking Survivors"

Vice President of Graduate Student Association (GSA)
Executive Vice President for Delta Kappa Theta Chapter of Pfeiffer University on the Triangle Campus.


Pfeiffer University

Bachelor's of Human Service

Education medium 04

World Relief

Mental Health Intern

Provided mental health assessments and assessment follow-ups for refugee clients at date of arrival, 3 and 6 month follow-ups; led New Arrivals, Elderly Bhutanese, and Congolese Women support groups; provided individual, couple, and family therapy services; provided extended case management services relevant to mental well-being; led community collaboration and outreach efforts to increase local community understanding of refugee mental health; created ongoing relationships with local mental health agencies and private practices to increase accessibility for refugee community

World Relief

Anti-Human Trafficking Case Management Intern

-Completed an informational packet of resources for case worker's including pro-bono lawyers, free clinics, Medicare
and Medicaid contacts, translators, and bilingual therapists
-Helped clients learn transportation routes throughout Greensboro
-Mapped out truck stops from Greensboro to Charlotte known for potential trafficking stops in order to provide
educational materials and hotline numbers for employees
-Provided transportation to appointments

Triad Ladder of Hope

Case Management Volunteer Intern

-Provided activities for client's children to learn about American and North Carolina culture such as the Greensboro
Science museum and the Tanglewood celebration of lights
-Educated client's children on the use of food stamps
-Provided transportation to appointments