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Works at SteppenStone Youth Treatment Services
Attended DeLand High School
Lives in Johnson City, TN
454 followers|12,775 views
I've been vaping for 2.5 months. This comes after a friend of mine informed and educated me on E-Cigs back on 10-24-13. And from that point on, I've been vaping. I've been educating myself on a daily basis on what vaping is and educating others (friends, co-workers, and relatives) who currently smoke and have tried many attempts like myself to quit. My New Year's Resolution for 2014 will to be to continue to educate myself and others, while becoming more involved in the vaping community, including fighting whichever way possible for the rights of us vapors in light of several places across this country and other parts of the world where governments are taking away the rights of those wanting to quit analog ciggs. It's amazing how they feel its okay to continue to push the sale and taxation of analogs, instead of allowing people to make informed decisions when it comes to their health and the health of those around them. Bring it on 2014, #VapeOnandVapeStrong.
Awesome review Phil. Your reviews are always insightful and helps new vapors like myself make informed decisions when purchasing new equipment. I'm a new vapor here since 10-24-13 and started with the egos as most new vapors do then upgraded to the iTaste MVP 2.0 which I'm loving. Today I just purchased the Protank 2 and love your review on this tank. Thanks again and keep vaping!!!
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- DeLand High School1992
- SteppenStone Youth Treatment ServicesOperations Tech, 2010 - presentOperations Tech: Supervision of daily routine of treatment unit and staff as outlined per new behavioral management program. Implement decisions made by treatment/clinical teams which promote growth, personal responsibilities; while holding residents accountable through natural and logical consequences. Provide therapeutic crisis support when needed. All other duties assigned. Residential Tech: Promote and teach pro-social behaviors among residents by utilizing the behavioral management program. Facilitated social growth of residents through the use of natural and logical consequences in daily routine. Completed daily documentation of resident’s progress on treatment goals.
- Davis-Stuart, IncPrimary Houseparent, 2006 - 2009Primary House Parent: Promoted independent living skills of residents in a 6 bed Level I community-based residential group home for adolescent boys. Participated in the assessment process of incoming residents. Administered medications and ensured that medical needs of residents were met according to agency/state guidelines. All other duties assigned.
- Holston United Methodist Home for ChildrenIL Specialist, House Supervisor, Campus Supervisor, 2004 - 2006Independent Living Specialist (Brumit Center): Prepared adolescent boys/girls for independent living in a 12 bed community based preparation for adult living residential program. Taught residents independent living skills such as food shopping, meal preparation, money management, education and employment. Administered medications per state and agency guidelines and monitored residents medical needs. Campus Supervisor (Wiley Center): Provided guidance and support to Teacher Counselors. Responsible for ensuring the safety of both residents and Teacher Counselors in 6 buildings; approximately 30-50 residents at any given time. Oversaw and responded to crisis situations between Wiley Center and Brumit Center. All other duties assigned. House Supervisor (Boys Group Home): Responsible for adolescent boys and Teacher Counselors of an 8 bed community-based residential home. Provided guidance and support to Teacher Counselors. Active in treatment team/assessment meetings. Implemented decisions made in team meeting, which promoted growth and personal responsibility. Responded to and provided therapeutic crisis support when needed. All other duties assigned. Teacher Counselor (Wiley Center): Responsible for maintaining a safe and caring environment for youth while challenging issues such as alcohol and drugs which precipitated their placement. Reported to the on campus shift supervisor. Administered medication to residents. Provided crisis intervention. All other duties assigned.
- Grandfather Home for ChildrenC/YCW II, 1999 - 2003Child Youth Care Worker II: Responsible for maintaining a safe and therapeutic milieu for angry, hurting youth while challenging values that have precipitated the behavioral dysfunction of abused and neglected children & youth in a residential treatment setting. Activities Coordinator: Planned therapeutic outings in accordance with agency guidelines. Proposed and prepared therapeutic outings for submission to treatment team staff for approval. Business Manager: Secured funding for therapeutic outings and supplies needed for treatment units. Ensured proper ratio and medications for residents on approved outings. Submitted and maintained monthly budget reports to the Executive Director. Recorded all unit expenditures as well as documentation on resident funds. Family Group Coordinator: Assisted in the planning of monthly Multi-Family Clarification group meetings for treatment unit. Reserved adequate housing, meals, and transportation for families to and from monthly Multi-Family Clarification group meetings. Formal Group Leader: Provided a safe and caring atmosphere which allowed residents the opportunity to express day-to-day issues; while utilizing the Positive Peer Culture model. Facilitated a process where residents would provide helpful feedback to one another.
Johnson City, TN
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