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AMHCA 2021 Annual Conference: Recognizing

I regret my inability to make food as good as the 2016 New Orleans conference (beignets for days!) or snacks as good as the 2017 DC conference (anyone else remember that flavored popcorn bar?)

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Important 2021 AMHCA Annual Conference Update

AMHCA has, again, been faced with a difficult decision this year regarding our conference. After thoughtful discussion with the Board of Directors and a member survey, we have decided to move our 2021 Conference to a fully virtual experience.

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Don't Miss This Unique Opportunity

Beverly Smith, AMHCA’s President-Elect and Chair of the Conference Planning Committee, and all the members of the committee, for their outstanding and hard work in organizing this year’s AMHCA’s Virtual Conference Program “UNITE!

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Let’s Be Safe Just a Little Bit Longer

Based on member concerns and information from the scientific community and the CDC, we thought it best to hold a virtual conference in mid-June

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AMHCA eNewsletter: Professional Development Edition

For more information, please contact AMHCA’s Office of Credentialing and Continuing Education at 703-548-6002 Option 2 or 2021 Call for Webinar Proposals Form Advertisement New Home Studies Added View all Building Therapeutic Alliance Across Time and Space $10.00 member $20.00 non-member REGISTER Working With The Trauma Story $10.00 member $20.00 non-member REGISTER AMHCA Fall Summit Buy complete summit (all 8 sessions) VIEW Preparing for the National Counseling Exam (NCE) $10.00 member $20.00 non-member REGISTER Finding Inner Peace During Difficult Times with Self-Compassion Practices $10.00 member $20.00 non-member REGISTER AMHCA Fall Summit Purchase individual sessions VIEW Latest on Our YouTube Channel Advertisement Joel Miller, AMHCA Executive Director and CEO, presents on Advocacy WATCH NOW Don't Forget About Our Annual Conference! GIVE FEEDBACK AMHCA is weighing options for the 2021 Conference as the safety of the world changes day-to-day