SN Vivien Roman-Hampton

SN Vivien Roman-Hampton

Dates of Service: Aug 1993 - Mar 1998
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Waiting for my AMEDD board to go through! Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker Certified Brain Injury Specialist Clinical Hypnotherapist

Military Experiences

Feb 1996 - Mar 1998
Military Police Officer (MP)
Conducted routine patrol and surveillance and responded to dispatch calls to enforce laws and ensure public safety. Apprehended any persons suspected of crimes. Responded to alarms, fires or other immediate threats to life or property. Wrote accurate and effective documentation, reports, and correspondence. Investigated criminal activity; interviewed victims, witnesses and suspects. Enforced traffic laws and investigated vehicle collisions. Ensured entrance to military base as well as certain areas of base where accessed by authorized personnel only. Collateral duty: Blood Borne Pathogen Coordinator Provided training to all security forces personnel on BBP and OSHA guidelines.
1993 - 1996
USS Simon Lake (AS-33)
Compiled and kept personnel records. Recorded data for each employee, beneficiaries, educational and promotional accomplishments, awards, evaluations as well as ensured that those eligible for board promotion had all required documentation. Responsible for ID card issuance to all authorized personnel, trained personnel on ID card issuance and regulations.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Ended in Jan 1996

Law Enforcement PDS Code XGD

Foreign Language Skills

Spanish (5/3)

Security Clearance
Prefer not to say

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

2005 - 2006

UMass Boston

Women in Politics and Public Policy

Civilian Experiences

Mar 2017 - Present
Sep 2016 - Present
Owner of my Mental Health private practice.
Jun 2015 - Nov 2017
MHICM Social Worker
Provided case management and mental health care to Veterans diagnosed with severe mental illness.
Jul 2014 - Jun 2015
Perform clinical assessments that evaluates the veteran’s situation, abilities, and capabilities, and arrives at a reasoned conclusion including an assessment of vulnerability and prioritization for admission into the HUD-VASH program; to include assessing for any ongoing medical, mental health, substance abuse, or other serious psychosocial conditions or stressors that prevent the Veteran from obtaining and/or maintaining permanent housing on his/her own. Assesses at-risk factors and develops a preliminary plan, involving the veteran and family or significant others, and performs an insightful assessment of serious and complicated cases involving psychiatric illness which may also include, catastrophic medical condition, dementia, traumatic brain injuries, and other high risks diagnoses.