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Connecting Mental Health Counselors

COVID-19 and Mental Health

The American Mental Health Counselors Association

AMHCA has urged the federal government to take steps to address the mental health consequences of COVID-19 during the current crisis and beyond. We know during the SARS epidemic that many people expressed helplessness and their mental health had severely or moderately deteriorated because of the epidemic - and demonstrated posttraumatic stress symptoms. 

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Hello OKMHCA Members
I am pleased to be the Executive Director of OKMHCA. 2020 was a year of surprises and as we move into 2021 we continue to face new challenges. This highlights the importance of our work and need for counselors to collaborate with one another. OKMHCA is here to serve our members! The more we interact as a profession, the more we can maintain optimal services and advocacy for clients of
all ages and cultures...

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Letter from Executive Director

To come together and engage with other counselors. Learn from some of the best in our field.  

We host regular conferences, seminars, workshops and webinars to connect mental health professionals.

Become part of a network of like-minded professionals advocating for the betterment of Oklahomans.