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Cultural Competency Social Media Campaign

In the Summer of 2020 AMHCA volunteers designed a social media campaign to highlight the importance of cultural competence and ethical practice in clinical mental health counseling. Please feel free to utilize these social media graphics to promote awareness of systemic racism and role that...

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Angele Moss-Baker Becomes First African-American Woman President of AMHCA

Angele Moss-Baker is the first Black Woman to become President of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) in its 44-year history. She is the owner of Comprehensive Addiction & Psychological Services LLC, in Washington D.C. Angele is a Licensed Professional...


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AMHCA released a major report today on the number of Americans reporting mental health distress over the last few months.

AMHCA released a major report today on the number of Americans reporting mental health distress over the last few months. Please see our new study – Beyond the Perfect Storm – How Racism, Covid-19, and Economic Meltdown Imperil Our Mental Health – https://www.amhca.org/publications...


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A Statement of the American Mental Health Counselors Association on Racism as a Social Determinant of Mental Health

The Following Statement Can be Attributed to Joel E. Miller, Executive Director and CEO, American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) All across our nation, thousands of Americans have taken to the streets in over 50 cities to protest the killing of George Floyd by a police...