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The Professional Identity of Clinical Mental Health Counselors

Clinical mental health counseling is a proactive mental health profession that treats mental illness, addresses life distress and adjustment issues, and facilitates wellness in individuals, families, and their related contexts (Shallcross, 2013). Although clinical mental health counselors, also...

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Treating Trauma and Chronic Distress

Effective treatment helps an individual resolve trauma-related memories and feelings. In doing this, they process underlying self-beliefs, learn how to regulate strong emotions, and establish trusting relationships. CMHCs offer individuals and families the hope that they can recover. The...

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9 Ways to Build Your Practice

AMHCA past president Tom Ferro, LCPC, offers valuable guidance from decisions on getting started to developing a niche, from using the power of word of mouth to selecting a billing service, and from giving presentations to taking care of yourself. #PrivatePractice

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How to Become a Medicaid Mental Health Provider

Medicaid services are provided by a range of public and private health care professionals and organizations, the list of which varies from state to state. States have latitude in defining the types and qualifications of providers that may receive Medicaid reimbursement for delivering services....

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AMHCA Standards for the Practice of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Adopted 1979Revised 1992, 1993, 1999, 2003, 2011, 2015, 2016 #Standards

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