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MaMHCA: Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association


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The 2013-2014 MaMHCA Board of Directors

The 2013-2014 MaMHCA Board of Directors

 
LMHC Exam Practice Winners

LMHC Exam Practice Winners

 
License Prep Course

License Prep Course

Students attend MaMHCA's LMHC Prep Course.

 
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Job Fair

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  • Sep
    18
    August 07, 2011-August 08, 2011

    LMHC License Exam Preparation


    9/18/2014 05:00 PM - 9/20/2014 09:00 PM Foxboro, MA
    This review is designed to prepare Mental Health Counselors for the Massachusetts State Licensure Examination. It is an in-depth overview of the content areas used in the NCMHCE Exam which was chosen by the LMHC Licensing Board for Massachusetts.
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  • Sep
    27
    August 07, 2011-August 08, 2011

    Working with Blended Families: An Alternative Perspective on Working with Step Families


    9/27/2014 Foxboro, MA
    Working with Step Families: We have all been there. Even when relationships are good, working with step families can be very complex. Join Judy Osborne for her thoughts on working with what she terms, ”Blended Families."
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  • Oct
    11
    August 07, 2011-August 08, 2011

    Supervision Year 2: Crisis Intervention: What Supervisors Need To Know & Do


    10/11/2014 Foxboro, MA
    What is a crisis? Using a developmental model of supervision, we will begin by defining "crisis" and will subsequently explore ways of managing the inevitable anxiety that arises when new and developing clinicians encounter crisis in their work. We will also review fundamental crisis intervention and risk-assessment strategies to employ with supervisees using case vignettes, experiential exercises, and group activities.
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