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Laimond Dismuke
1517 N. HASKELL AVE UNIT 6, DALLAS, TEXAS 75204  (214)881-0434  laimonddismuke@gmail.com
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  1. 1. Laimond Dismuke 1517 N. HASKELL AVE UNIT 6, DALLAS, TEXAS 75204  (214)881-0434  laimonddismuke@gmail.com Licensure Texas Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern (LCDCI) 2013 Education University of North Texas @ Dallas – Bachelors of Arts in Liberal Arts & Science, December 2015 Eastfield College – Associate in Applied Science Substance Abuse Counseling, May 2013 Counseling Related Experience City Square, Dallas, TX., March 2015- Present Group Facilitator  Conductan adultrecovery supportgroup forthose who areseeking relief fromdrugsand alcohol  Co-Facilitate discussions to help neighbors reflect and move forward in their recovery process  Create a supportive and open environment within the group City Square, Dallas, TX., February 2015- May 2015 Case Management Volunteer  Observed individualcasemanagementsessionsforcomprehension of organization’s philosophy  Comprised a list of potential housing for neighbors seeking relief from homelessness  Made cold calls to potential housing opportunities creating an amenities list for neighbors APAA (Association of Person’s Affected by Addiction), Dallas, TX., June 2013-August 2013 Recovery Coach Intern (Practicum)  Suggested to individuals and assisted them in skill building for adults with persistent mental illnesses, and those with co-occurring substance abuse/use disorders  Assisted peerswith case managementissues such as creating treatment plans, finding housing, job placement  Co-Facilitated Recovery Groups: Spiritual Development, Peer Huddle, DRA Dual Recovery Meetings, Life Skill Classes  Supported APAA staff members in transporting peers from hospitals to a safe environment following mental episodes Other Certificates and Accomplishments  Substance Abuse Certificate  Member of Phi Theta Kappa  Overcomer’s Facilitator Certificate  Dean’s List Spring 2015  Nutrition for Wellness Certificate Community Outreach  Volunteer, Facilitated Overcomer’s Meetings @ Dallas Parole III Office, June 2012- September 2012

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