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Formal Roe V Wade Announcement from AMHCA

By Whitney Meyerhoeffer posted 07-06-2022 14:29

The recent overturning of Roe V Wade has majorly impacted many people and CMHCs throughout the United States. We respect that the recent ruling can contribute to people feeling concerned for the future and worried about their bodily autonomy. AMHCA is committed to women's rights and advocates for safe and secure medical treatment which is agreed upon by individuals and their medical doctors.  We denounce any attempts to limit human rights and promote a fair and equitable society. As this issue is a divisive topic, we remain committed to our ethical standards to not impose our own personal beliefs onto those we serve. We also remain committed in our approach to clinical treatment through a perspective of cultural humility to meet clients where they are at and work with them on their goals.

For more information about the ethical standards of mental health counselors, please refer to our Code of Ethics and the Clinical Mental Health Counselor Declaration.



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