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Chris Haguewood

Chris Haguewood

Psychiatric Evaluation Specialist

Public Health Seattle & King County

Milton, WA

Psychiatric Evaluation Specialist/Licensed Mental Health Counselor


Public Health Seattle & King County

Psychiatric Evaluation Specialist

-Conduct Initial Evaluations of potentially mentally ill inmates
-Assist in housing decisions for inmates based on safety, psychiatric symptoms, and risk.
-Provide Suicide Risk Factor trainings
-Operate as a member of the psychiatric services unit
-Involuntary Commitment Liaison

Career medium 03
Career medium 01

Community Psychiatric Clinic

Program Supervisor

-Oversee day to day program operations for a $1.5M SAMHSA grant program serving homeless veterans with co-occurring disorders
-Manage $206,000 grant providing outreach to women & minority veterans
-Provide weekly supervision to clinical staff on treatment team
-Develop and maintain community partnerships to facilitate program development
-Regularly review program outcomes and financial requirements
-Produce quarterly and annual reports for SAMHSA and King County
-Generate weekly reports summarizing program progress and developments for executive management
-Present program information to community and other health care providers
-Assist in the development of growing continuum of veteran*s services at CPC through interagency collaboration at the local, state, and federal levels
-Participate as member of agency Quality Improvement Committee
-Continue to provide clinical services to clients as needed
-Report to Director of Specialized Services and Chief Operating Officer


Community Psychiatric Clinic


-Participated as a member of a trans-disciplinary team providing ACT and IDDT model intensive wraparound services to clients with co-occurring disorders in a services in supported housing program
-Completed bio-psycho-social & ASAM focused assessments with clients to recommend appropriate level of care
-Utilized additional assessment tools such as the GPRA data collection tool and Trauma Informed Care data collection tools such as the PTSD Symptom Scale- Interview (PSS-I), NOMS, and Mental Health Recovery Measure (MHRM) to track progress in treatment services
-Formulated strengths and needs based service plans collaboratively with clients
-Provided evidenced based mental health and chemical dependency counseling services to homeless veterans in individual and group modalities
-Maintained timely and comprehensive documentation and case files
-Ensured coordination of care for clients through participation in multidisciplinary consultations with medical & psychiatric team members, as well as other providers
-Provided referrals for clients to complete spectrum of care according to client*s identified needs when specific client needs were not met by ACT team services. Included liaison work with the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Veteran's Administration (VA) hospital, and other relevant service providers
-Participated in ongoing Quality Assurance and program development meetings with ACT team and program manager

Career medium 05
Career medium 03

Catholic Community Services

Therapist/Case Manager

-Provided counseling and case management services in the Jail Transition & Non-Medicaid programs in the community and inside Snohomish County jail; many of these clients were diagnosed with co-occurring disorders
-Participated in regular consultation with Community Corrections Officers at the Department of Corrections for clients involved in the Jail Transition Program.
-Participated in monthly program development and quality assurance meetings
-Experience using social services documentation and data base reporting software (IRIS)


Washington County Community Corrections

Counseling Intern

-Provided counseling services to victims, offenders, and community clients; -Co-facilitated a once a week Seeking Safety group for CD clients for 15 weeks.

Career medium 06

Morrison Center Edgefield Children*s Services

Relief Childcare Worker

-Participated in a team to provide a safe and constructive community for youth ages 6-12 in a residential facility.
-Assisted team members in resolving conflicts, supervising youth, and scoring youth using a behavior-based daily point system
-Conducted brief and initial assessments to determine necessary level of care and assess youth safety risk


WSU Social Psychology Department

Research Assistant

-Conducted research experiments regarding social situations and cognitive dissonance, with consideration of ethnic variables

Bellevue College

Professional Certificate of Achievement, Alcohol & Drug Counseling

Pacific University

Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology with concentration in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Washington State University

B.S., Psychology

Port Angeles High School