AMHCA Newsletter: Publications Edition
Latest AMHCA Publications
Journal Of Mental Health Counseling
Using Storytelling for Counseling With Children Who Have Experienced Trauma
Krystyne Mendoza; Loretta Bradley
Podcasts as an Evolution of BibliotherapyD. Robert Casares, Jr.; Erin E. Binkley
Culturally Adapted Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Panic Episodes and Depression in an African American Woman: A Clinical Case Illustration
Donya D. Wallace; Ryan G. Carlson; Jonathan H. Ohrt
Effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy–Child With Youth Who Have a Parent Diagnosed With Bipolar I Disorder
Kaitlyn Bruns; Amanda La Guardia; Michael Brubaker; Jenni Farrow; Sian Cotton; Melissa DelBello
Extent of Counselor Training in Neuroscience-Informed Counseling Competencies
G. Michael Russo; Eraina Schauss; Surabhi Naik; Rhea Banerjee; Michelle Ghoston; Laura K. Jones; Carlos P. Zalaquett; Eric T. Beeson; Thomas A. Field
New Microsite on Systemic Racism
with guest editors Angele Moss-Baker and Dr. Beverly Smith
Member Reflections: CMHCs can help Black clients through pain and suffering -by Napoleon HarringtonCounseling Tips: Improving cultural competence for behavioral health professionalsPromoting Sanity in Insane Times -by Dr. Courtland Lee
Bipartisan legislation that would include licensed mental health counselors (LMHCs), as well as licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFTs), as Medicare providers, has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Mental Health Access Improvement Act of 2021, HR 432, was introduced in the House of Representatives by Representative Mike Thompson (D-CA) and Representative John Katko (R-NY).
This bipartisan legislation would require Medicare to finally recognize LMHCs as Medicare-eligible providers of covered behavioral health services to older adults and other Medicare beneficiaries.
Latest AMHCA Member Blogs & Discussions
By Anthony Centore
November 30, 2020
Blogging Can Help You Succeed in Private Practice
October 31, 2020
Thriveworks Counseling conducts a survey that reveals US adults in counseling are feeling stressed and depressed
Did you read our Diversity & Justice special issue of our magazine?
Chi Sigma Iota Reviews AMHCA's "Essentials"
"Essentials of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Profession is an outstanding resource for both new and experienced counselors to gain a deeper understanding of the mental health community and foundational views of the clinical mental health counseling profession. Created by American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA), this book serves as resource that outlines not only the core values of the counseling profession; but also discusses the structure and ways the organization can assist and facilitate growth for clinical mental health counselors."
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