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Practice For Profit: Charge What You're Worth And Fill Your Appointment Book By Dropping Your Money Issues!

Do you feel uncomfortable, or even slimy, when you have to talk about money with your clients? Do you wonder why it's so hard to make a living in private practice? If either of these sound familiar to you, you might just have therapist money issues. Unhealthy beliefs about money can prevent you...


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How to Become Effective in Integrated Medical Settings

AMHCA's three-part webinar series under our ASCENT Program to help you increase your knowledge, skills and abilities as Clinical Mental Health Counselors to enable you to become effective Behavioral Health Consultants in Integrated Medical Settings. #Language #Integration #HomeStudy ...


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Counseling People with Cancer

The American Cancer Society projects an estimated 1,658,370 new cancer cases diagnosed and 589,430 cancer deaths in the US in 2015. This number is projected to almost double to 3 million cases by 2050. Diagnosis and treatment of cancer is a major life stress for the person with cancer and heir...


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Counseling Adults with Food Allergies after an Anaphylactic Reaction: An Application of Emotion-Focused Therapy

Jessica Z. Taylor Chrystal L. Lewis Little information is known about how counselors may work with adult clients regarding psychosocial sequelae of food allergies. The current article aims to provide counselors with a deeper understanding of life-threatening food allergies, ways...


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The Relationship Between Counseling, Social Support, and Depression in Mothers of Fragile Families

By Megan E. Delaney Little is known about the treatment of depression in the mothers of fragile families. Data from three waves of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing study (N = 3,003) were used to examine the effect of counseling and social support on depression in mothers in fragile...


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Narrative Family Therapy: Practical Techniques for More Effective Work with Couples and Families

By Eric G. Suddeath, Alexandria K. Kerwin and Suzanne M. DuggerThis article provides counselors with an introduction to the knowledge and skills involved in providing narrative family therapy (NFT). Following an overview of the theoretical foundations undergirding this therapeutic approach, a...


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Monitoring the Counseling Relationship and Client Progress as Alternatives to Prescriptive Empirically Supported Therapies

By Gregory T. HatchettMany insurance companies and professional organizations have increasingly stipulated that mental health professionals use interventions that have been classified as empirically supported therapies (ESTs). Though the EST movement aims to provide clinicians with...


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Risk Prevention: Compliance with Ethical Standards and Best Practices

AMHCA And CPH & Associates partner up to bring you this fabulous webinar on risk prevention in your counseling practice. The presentation will cover the following topics: Distance counseling and the use of technology Forensic evaluations: risk prevention practices and recommended disclosures...


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Introduction to the new AMHCA Code of Ethics

This webinar will inform you about the release of the new 2015 AMHCA Code of Ethics. The AMHCA Ethics Committee met this year to take a fresh look at the Code of Ethics to update key areas for clinical mental health counselors. Over the last year the committee has held several meetings to...


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Introduction to the new AMHCA Standards

This webinar will inform you about the release of the new 2015 AMHCA Standards for the Practice of Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Earlier this year AMHCA formed a special Task Force on TeleMental Health of the AMHCA Advancement of Clinical Practice Committee (ACPC) with the goal of...