CMHC

(redirected from Clinical Mental Health Counseling)
AcronymDefinition
CMHCCanada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
CMHCCommunity Mental Health Center
CMHCClark Material Handling Company (Lexington, KY)
CMHCClinical Mental Health Counseling (degree program)
CMHCCommunity Mental Health Council, Inc.
CMHCCritical Mass Health Conductors (est. 2005; African American Health Summit)
CMHCCommunity and Migrant Health Center
CMHCCastle Hill Medical Centre (Australia)
CMHCCordelia Martin Health Center
CMHCCommonwealth of Massachusetts Historical Commission
References in periodicals archive ?
Sixty percent of the grant money will fund $10,000 stipends for graduate students in the university's clinical mental health counseling program.
The 2016 Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards for clinical mental health counseling programs are covered.
Shannon Smyth, a graduate student in Northwest Christian University's clinical mental health counseling program, has used Veterans Administration health care services in Eugene for nine years since leaving active-duty military service.
As AMHCA's executive director and CEO, I was incredibly fortunate to work with Steve during his tenure and during these exciting times in the clinical mental health counseling profession.
Licensed in the states of Texas and Colorado, Pitaru has a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Hall and colleagues (2014) describe a long-term collaboration between a university's school of medicine and its clinical mental health counseling program.
This edition has new research and validation of the clinical mental health counseling paradigm; newer, evidence-based treatment approaches, such as dialectic behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, emotionally focused therapy, the transtheoretical model, motivational interviewing, integrated dual-diagnosed treatment, equine therapy, home-based therapy, critical incident stress debriefing, and psychological first aid; newer standards and codes; innovations in the provision of services in community mental health contexts, such as emergency management and disaster preparedness, correctional settings, and the implications of health care reform; and discussion of recovery philosophy and current trends influencing the profession.
Every state requires either the National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification (NCE) or the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Examination (NCMHCE) for licensure (ACA, 2010).
The book's entries provide information about each of these areas to assist in the preparation of various CACREP professional counseling degree programs, including clinical mental health counseling, career counseling, and addiction counseling.
From her experience counseling and teaching at the Eugene university's clinical mental health counseling program, Montgomery compiled her top five tips for maintaining mental health throughout the season:
A master's degree or doctoral degree in counseling from a mental health counseling program or clinical mental health counseling program accredited by CACREP.
Full browser ?