5/4/2015 » 5/10/2015
You’ll notice right away the sleeker design and easier-to-find features. Our new site more effectively highlights what’s most important to you — AMHCA members — as well as to the mental health community. Plus, we have more mobile-friendly features, so you can browse AMHCA’s resources and opportunities on the go.
Take our educational content for example. Previously tucked away, it is now front and center. That’s because we want amhca.org to be your go-to resource for information on topics such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Military Culture, Suicide Prevention, and Healthcare Integration and much more. Nested under each of these timely topics are links to articles by clinical mental health counselors, success stories for inspiration, blog posts for further reading, and links that relate to that subject. Simply pick a subject or issue, and dive in deep!
Our new password-protected Members Area has content available only to our members, so if you are not a member, join AMHCA and see what’s behind the curtain. New members will have more opportunities to interact with colleagues and AMHCA while our current members will find that we have made it much easier for you to access your favorite benefits like the Journal of Mental Health Counseling and AMHCA Webinar Registrations.
Our mission is to connect members to members, needs to resources, and experts to advocates to improve your practices and your lives and to advance the clinical mental health counseling profession. We hope through our new website, you’re able to connect directly with us and the work that we’re doing. We welcome your comments. Help us make this new site even more helpful to you by sending your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
~ Dr. Stephen A. Giunta, 2014-15 AMHCA Board President