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In addition, each DCMHS is entitled to use the terms "DCMHS," and "AMHCA Diplomate," as well as the designation "Clinical Mental Health Specialist in [the named specialization]."
Adrian Magnuson-Whyte, PhD, LMHC, NCC, DCMHS, was honored for his volunteer work in his community with disenfranchised veterans and for his efforts to help the less fortunate.
Lori Russell-Chapin, PhD, LCPC, ACS, CCMHC, DCMHS, of Bradley University won for her teaching excellence, mentorship, engagement with students, creative teaching, and research.
AMHCA recognizes members who are licensed clinical mental health counselors at the highest level available in their state and who have achie ved substantial professional accomplishments as an AMHCA Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist (DCMHS).
Following is a list of the AMHCA members who are the most recent recipients of the DCMHS credential, as well as a photo of those recipients who received their certificates at AMHCA's Awards Lunch.
Magnuson-Whyte, PhD, LMHC, NCC, DCMHS, has been a counselor since 2001.
AMHCA's Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist (DCMHS) credential is the first recognition of both advanced practice and professional clinical expertise in clinical mental health counseling.
To achieve the DCMHS credential, you must demonstrate both:
For the first time, AMHCA awarded Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist (DCMHS) awards.
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