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    • 09/27/2021
    • 6:30 PM
    Register


    • 09/28/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




    • 10/12/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




  • Register

    Sponsor MCA's 2021 Annual Conference!

    Payment in full agrees to all the terms, limitations as described:

    2021 MCA Annual Conference Exhibitor/Vendor,

    Sponsorship, and Ad Opportunities

    Stronger Together: Rebuilding a Bright Future

    Friday, October15, 2021- Virtual

    Saturday, October 16, 2021 –Turf Valley Resort

    The Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) is planning its 64th annual conference this year to celebrate Maryland and the counseling professionals who are working so diligently to provide services to the community. With our new 501(c)(3) status, we will donate a portion of the conference proceeds to a designated Maryland charity.

    This event serves as our professional development service with Friday and Saturday workshops planned throughout the day with up to five concurrent sessions (30 CEs). We anticipate between 150-250 attendees representing students, counselors, counselor educators, and mental health professionals from across the State of Maryland and nationally.

    To further our service to the mental health community, this conference will also provide additional recorded webinars for the attendees to complete and obtain continuing education credits for a short time after the face-to-face meeting has concluded.

    During these unprecedented times, mental health providers have been at the forefront, caring for first responders and our communities. Please consider how you may want to participate in this event that we hope will provide excitement, education, fun, networking, and self-care opportunities for the counseling community. We look forward to partnering with you.

    Sponsorship

    Sponsorship of the conference is available at the following levels: Friend, Patron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. An exciting part of our conference this year will be to recognize a volunteer and social networker on behalf of the needy in Maryland. A portion of conference proceeds will be donated to the Frederick Douglas Museum/Living Classrooms in Baltimore, Maryland. Please see below details on sponsorship levels.

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    *Platinum Sponsor - $2500/$2000

    -2021 Keynote Address

    -Luncheon/Award Ceremony

    *Silver Sponsor - $2000

    *Unique Award Sponsorships - $1000

    Silver Sponsorship- $

    Bronze Sponsorship-$750

    Copper- $500

    Patron Sponsorship $250

    Friends $100

    Why should you be a sponsor?

    • Introduce your passion and commitment to mental health to counselors and other mental health professionals from across Maryland, surrounding areas, and to a national audience
    • Interact with providers, educators, trainees, supervisors and leaders within the mental health community in Maryland
    • Generate referrals for products and services pertinent to mental health professionals
    • Excellent space for interacting with conference participants who may want to learn more about your services

    What is included with sponsorship (depending on sponsorship level)?

    •  Virtual exposure to branding of your product and services with hyperlinks
    •  Banner and logo placement at the event
    •  Contact time with customers and potential referrals
    •  1 conference registration with meals (extra meals available for a fee)
    •  1 six-foot table and 2 chairs – contact if more space is required
    •  Professional development and networking



     


    • 10/15/2021
    • 8:00 AM
    • 10/16/2021
    • 6:00 PM
    Register




    Please join us for MCA's Annual Conference!

    Event Program coming soon!

    Stronger Together: Rebuilding a Bright Future


    Friday, October15, 2021- Virtual via Zoom,

    October 16, 2021 –In person at Turf Valley Resort

    2700 Turf Valley Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042


    Use this information when booking your room at Turf Valley Resort:
    Group Name: Maryland Counseling Association
    Group Number: 28B1LX

    270Keynote Speakers:

    Dr. Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy (in person)

    and Senator Dr. Mary Washington (virtual day), Maryland

    Earn 20-30 NBCC Hours with both live and pre-recorded sessions!  

    *Asynchronous Recorded content will be available until Dec 15, 2021 

    and all course evaluations must be completed by Dec 31, 2021.

    **Masks will be required at the in-person sessions on October 16th. Social distancing will be encouraged and seating in break-outs will be spaced.

    Registration Fees:

    Full Access Package: Virtual, Live & Pre-recorded Content          $330.00

    Friday Only (Virtual) Professional MCA Member                         $150.00

    Friday Only (Virtual) Student/Retired/Board Member                 $125.00

    Friday Only (Virtual) Non-Member                                           $175.00

    Saturday Only (Live) Professional MCA Member                        $190.00

    Saturday Only (Live) Student/Retired/Board Member                $165.00

    Saturday Only (Live) Non-Member                                          $215.00

    Online Content 10 Recorded Sessions                                      $150.00

    (Saturday registration includes lunch. Please choose your lunch meal at time of registration.)

    Questions about registration? Please contact Cathie Eaton at Exec@MDCounseling.org
    Sponsorship, Vendor, and Conference questions? Please contact Sara Pula at President@mdcounseling.org


    October 15 Presentations (virtual)

    Dr. Brad Imhoff, Robert Switala and Jeff Mazzone

    Counselors as Clients: An Exploration of Personal Counseling for Counselors and Counseling Students

    Dr. Carol ZA McGinnis, Yosifa Greenberg, Amanda Park, Katherine Bangerd, Rebecca Caplan, and Aryn Hundley

    The Ethical Incorporation of Spirituality into Private Practice: Examples from a Graduate Student Exercise

    Dee Wagner and Anne Contee

    The Neuroscience of Healing Multigenerational Trauma through Body-based Practices

    Dr. Sujata Ives and Dr. Kay Brawley

    Rebuilding and Reassessing Strength: Employment and Life Recovery During Post-Crisis Times

    Lucy Parker-Barnes

    Dr. Lucy Parker-Barnes; Yara Abu Hussein; Kileen Barry; Monica Behera; Effy Chambers; Samuel R. Chase; Leslie Delaney; Vanessa Filmonor; Jamie Kassa; Lily Kairis; Emily Kimmelman; Laura Leslie; Julie Linneman; Noel McKillip; Carolyn Powell; Lisa Rollins; Lydia Rhodes; Lisa Sams; Chris Scharff; Sabrina Starts

    The Utility of a Student-Centered Counseling Education Related Online Research Group During and After COVID-19

    Dr. Maya Georgieva and Tristan Bartsch,

    Bread Therapy for Self-Care: An Experiential Session

    Dr. Therissa A Libby

    The Power of Recovery Narratives

    Lesley McGee

    Mindful Self-Compassion: Tools for Personal and Clinical Practice

    Kelly Furlong and Geoff Grammer, MD

    TMS Therapy for Major Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder


    October 16 Presentations (in-person)

    Dr. Atiya R. Smith, Ph.D., LCPC, NCC, CATP

    Supporting Graduate Students of Color Enrolled in Counseling Programs at Predominately White Institutions

    Dr. Cheryl Fisher, PhD NCC CCMHC LCPC (MD) LPC (AZ) LCMHC (Telehealth FLA) BC-TMH ACS

    Window View: Telehealth and Nature Therapy

    Dr. Danielle LaSure-Bryant, LCPC, ACS, BC-TMH

    Well, well, well: Using the 8 Dimensions of Wellness Model to curate a self-care protocol for Counselors.

    Dr. Marvin Nickleson Battle, Jr.  PhD LPC (DC/VA), LCPC (MD), CCTP, CCAPT, BC-TMH

    The Little Black Boy and the Big Black Man - An Exploration of Black Men and Toxic Masculinity.

    Jill Harrington DSW, LCSW

    Superhero Grief: Empowering the Bereaved Strengths and Mindfulness

    Marja Humphrey, PhD, NCC and Micheal McGee, M.A Candidate Counseling Psychology.

    Interfaith Leadership: What? Why? How?

    Rayelle Davis M.S. Ed., NCC, LCPC

    Toxic Individualism Defined: Counseling Challenges In the Age of COVID-19

    Dr. Ajita Robinson, PhD, LCPC, ACS

    The Gift of Grief

    Posters

    Kathleen Ann Palmer, MS in Clinical Mental

    Measuring Up? Tracing the United States Armed Forces’ Controversial History of Ability Testing

    Myah Wortham, MA Clinical Psychology

    The Impact of Aggression on Children's Resilience Development


    Pre-recorded Webinars

    Rebekah Cole Ph.D. in Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor

    Strategies for Helping Military Spouses Transition Successfully to a New Duty Station

    Carol ZA McGinnis PhD, SIP, BC-TMH, NCC, LCPC

    Religious/Spiritual Implications in Functional Angering

    Dr. Lenese Stephens LCPC, LPC, Doctorate of Education

    EMDR & Racial Trauma with African American Clients

    Dr. Lenese Stephens LCPC, LPC, Doctorate of Education

    The BLACK Experience with EMDR

    Daniel A. Mayer

    Business Boot Camp: Best Practices for Starting or Running a Mental Health Practice.

    Dr. Deborah G. Haskins, LCPC, ACS, MAC, ICGC-II, CCGSO, BACC and Mrs. Marylin Marquez Beckley, LPC, NCC

    LatinX culture, trauma and risky gambling: Playing (or Praying) to win?!: Cultura LatinX, trauma y juego de azar: Jugar (o rezar) para ganar?!

    Cassandra Riedy, MA, PhD Candidate

    Hiding in Anonymity: International Gaming Communities’ Empowerment and Oppression of Female Gamers



    Maryland Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2021. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Maryland Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


    If you have questions about your NBCC credit certificate, you may contact Maya Georgieva, Ed.D., LCPC - MCA Credentialing Chair at credentialing@mdcounseling.org. 

    Refund Policy: As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. uses all funds to support the mission, vision, purpose, and needs for counselors in the State of Maryland. Therefore, all registration fees are final and non-refundable.

    • 10/16/2021
    Register

    Vendor Opportunities at MCA's Annual Conference


    Benefits Include:

    6 ft table

    lunch

    electric cable

    • 10/22/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    Register

    Sexual Health of Pre-Menopausal Breast Cancer Survivors by Dr. Cheryl Fisher, PhD NCC CCMHC LCPC (MD) LPC (AZ) BC-TMH ACS on Friday, October 22, 2021 12pm-1:30pm via Zoom

    According to the American Cancer Society (2020), 26,393 women under the age of 45 are impacted by breast cancer annually. Treatments include mastectomies and oophorectomies, resulting in infertility, and the administration of medications that catapult young women into early menopause. Even with reconstructive surgery, patients are left with decreased neurological sensation. Struggling with body image, decreased libido, and little follow up around sexual health, young women and their partners experience isolation from and collapse of their relationships.  Dr. Cheryl Fisher, Director of the Online MA in Clinical Counseling Program, will examine the physical, psychological, and social implications of breast cancer treatment on sexual health.  As sensual and sexual beings, sexual health is an integral part of the human experience and overall life satisfaction.  Based on her research and case studies, the presenter will provide practical ways that clinicians can identify, validate, and advocate for the sexual health of breast cancer survivors. Attendees will learn 1) to identify three (3) medical modalities for breast cancer treatment 2) three (3) ways mental health providers can promote sexual health in breast cancer survivors and 3) the role of sexual health in overall wellness.


    Dr. Fisher is the Director of the Online Master’s in Clinical Counseling program at Alliant International University. She is a certified trauma specialist with over 20 years of clinical experience and has deployed locally and nationally with the American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Team and Maryland Responds Medical Corp. Her research interests include the role of spirituality in overall well being, sexual health of breast cancer survivors, and the therapeutic benefits of engaging in nature.  She is an international speaker, columnist for Counseling Today Online, and author of Mindfulness and Nature Based Therapeutic Techniques for Children.



    Registration Fees for 1.5 NBCC Hours:                   

    MCA Student/Retired  $7.50

    MCA Professional/Life $15.00

    MCA Professional Non-Member $20.00


    Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2021. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Maryland Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.




    If you have questions about your NBCC credit certificate, you may contact Maya Georgieva, Ed.D., LCPC - MCA Credentialing Chair at credentialing@mdcounseling.org.

    As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. uses all funds to support the mission, vision, purpose, and needs for counselors in the State of Maryland. Therefore, all registration fees are final and non-refundable.

                                                

    • 10/26/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




    • 11/09/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




    • 11/23/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




    • 12/07/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




    • 12/08/2021
    • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Center Pocket 4931 Tesla Dr Unit H Bowie, MD 20715


    • 12/08/2021
    • 6:30 PM
    • Center Pocket 4931 Tesla Dr Unit H Bowie, MD 20715


    • 12/21/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Google Meet
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for counselors and all helping professionals.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The link will be sent out by 9:00 a.m., the day of each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    This program is not available for NBCC credit.


    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    maservic@MDCounseling.org

    (240) 426-8344

    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.






       Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC

    Vice-President

    Michael.D.Ryan23@gmail.com

    (240) 293-0191

    Contact me if you need help registering for the group.



    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC Past President

    mgeorgieva@messiah.edu




Past events

09/20/2021 MCA Fall 2021 Networking
09/14/2021 September 14 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
08/22/2021 MCA Summer Social and Networking Event
08/21/2021 MCA: Supervising and Managing Subordinates: Legal-Ethical Decision Making for Professional Counselors
08/03/2021 August 3 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
07/20/2021 July 20 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
07/06/2021 July 6 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
06/25/2021 MCSJ Conference
06/22/2021 Jun 22 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
06/14/2021 MCA Spring/Summer Networking
06/08/2021 Jun 8 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
06/05/2021 MCA:Collaborative Active Imagination through Telehealth: Use of Images, Metaphor and Symbols in Play Therapy by Dee Preston-Dillon, M.A., Ph.D
05/25/2021 NEW DATE! MCSJ: Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
05/25/2021 May 25 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
05/14/2021 MCA Spring/Summer Networking
05/11/2021 May 11 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
04/27/2021 NEW DATE! MCSJ: A Restorative Justice Circle for Black Therapists: Coping with the COVID-19 and Social Injustice Pandemics
04/27/2021 Apr 27 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
04/18/2021 MAMCFC Couch Talk: Spirituality & Mental Health in the Black Community
04/17/2021 MAMCD Spring Conference
04/16/2021 MCA Spring/Summer Networking
04/13/2021 Apr 13 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
03/30/2021 Mar 30 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
03/27/2021 MCA: Cultural Considerations when Advocating for Refugee and Asylum-seeking Youth: An Intersectionality Approach
03/23/2021 NEW DATE! MCSJ: Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
03/22/2021 MCA Spring/Summer Networking
03/21/2021 MAMCFC Couch Talk: Marching into New Possibilities: Goal Setting for Therapists
03/16/2021 Mar 16 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
03/05/2021 Qigong Moving Meditation: Self-Care for Counselors
03/02/2021 Mar 2 Bi-Weekly VIRTUAL Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors and All Helping Professionals
02/27/2021 MCA Presents: Telehealth Self-Care and Compassion Fatigue by Marybeth Heather, LCPC, ACS and Saba Khalid, LPC
02/23/2021 NEW DATE! MCSJ: A Restorative Justice Circle for Black Therapists: Coping with the COVID-19 and Social Injustice Pandemics
02/22/2021 MCA Networking Social
02/21/2021 MAMCFC: Celebrating Black Love in your Counseling Sessions
02/19/2021 MCSJ: Putting Anti-Racist Pedagogy into Practice
02/16/2021 Feb 16 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
02/13/2021 Healing for Liberation: Integrating Indigenous Healing into Your Clinical Practice: Part II
02/12/2021 MCA Self-Care and Compassion for the Counselor by Dr. Veronica M. Wanzer, PhD, LCPC
02/02/2021 Feb 2 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Helping Professionals
01/25/2021 MCSJ: Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
01/22/2021 MCA Social Networking
01/19/2021 Jan 19 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
01/13/2021 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Major Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by Dr. Misty Borst, MD
01/10/2021 MCA 2020 Annual Conference: Cultivating Growth 20 Pre-Recorded Webinars
12/28/2020 MCSJ: A Restorative Justice Circle for Black Therapists: Coping with the COVID-19 and Social Injustice Pandemics
12/20/2020 MAMCFC: Couch Talk: Navigating COVID-19 During the Holidays
12/13/2020 MAMCFC: Couch Talk: Navigating COVID-19 During the Holidays
12/12/2020 Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Counselor Education
12/12/2020 MAMCD Graduate Student Seminar
12/12/2020 MAMCD&ACCA Present: Hindsight in 2020: Supporting BIPOC Students
12/08/2020 Dec 8 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
12/05/2020 MAMCD Presents a Symposium on Multicultural Counseling in the Era of COVID-19
11/23/2020 MCSJ & MAMCD Present: A Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
11/21/2020 Healing for Liberation: Integrating Indigenous Healing into Your Clinical Practice: Part I
11/21/2020 MAMCD Fall Workshop: Supporting BIPOC Students, Clients, Colleagues, and Communities During Challenging Times
11/18/2020 Advocacy for Clients, Communities, and Counselors in Unprecedented Times by Dr. Simone Lambert, Ph.D, LPC, NCC
11/15/2020 MCSJ: Day of Wellness Symposium
11/14/2020 SAIGE-MD Virtual Symposium 11/14/20
11/11/2020 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Major Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by Dr. Misty Borst, MD
11/10/2020 Nov 10 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
11/05/2020 Yoga Nidra and Relaxation for Children and Teens by Dr. Gayle Cicero
10/30/2020 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Major Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder By Dr. Geoffrey Grammer, MD
10/27/2020 Oct 27 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
10/26/2020 MCSJ: A Restorative Justice Circle for Black Therapists: Coping with the COVID-19 and Social Injustice Pandemics
10/15/2020 MCSJ Presents Education and Civil Rights for Persons with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
10/13/2020 Oct 13 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
09/29/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (Sep 29)
09/28/2020 MCSJ: Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
09/15/2020 Sep 15 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
09/10/2020 Exploring the Relationship of Christianity/Spirituality/Religiosity with Success in Alcoholics Anonymous by Mala Hosmane, PhD, LCPC, ACS, LCADC
09/01/2020 Sep 1 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
08/31/2020 A Restorative Justice Circle for Black Therapists: Coping with the COVID-19 and Social Injustice Pandemics
08/26/2020 Cultivating Growth through Cognition and Personality Science by Dr. Sujata Ives, PhD
08/18/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (Aug 18)
08/14/2020 Facilitating Therapeutic Care for Clients Experiencing Traumatic Grief and Loss
08/12/2020 Considering the Role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Mental Health
08/05/2020 Working with Angry Clients: Techniques, Interventions, and Activities
08/04/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (Aug 4)
07/31/2020 Clinical Assessment Across-Cultures: Implications for Counselors Avoidance of Myopic Clinical Evaluations
07/21/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (July 21)
07/11/2020 MCSJ 2nd Annual Conference: "Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere"
07/07/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (July 7)
06/23/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (June 23)
06/19/2020 Motivation and Career Engagement in the Time of COVID-19
06/08/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Counselors
05/22/2020 Webinar-Finding Peace, Meaning and Connection During this Health Crisis and Beyond: Clinician Skill-Building; Integrating Mind, Body and Soul
05/15/2020 Webinar-Count on Me
04/24/2020 Integrating Spirituality into Counseling #3 (A Web Series)
03/27/2020 A Webinar on Mindfulness and Values: Integrating Spirituality into Counseling #2
02/29/2020 MAMCD 2020 Spring Workshop: "Substance Abuse, Video Gaming, and Sex Addiction"
02/21/2020 Integrating Spirituality into Counseling: A Web Series
10/05/2019 Inaugural MALGBTIC Symposium
08/15/2019 Webinar-The Importance of Pre-assessment in Suicide Prevention
07/13/2019 2019 ACA Ethics Deep Dive Workshop
05/04/2019 May the 4th - MCA Awards Event!
05/04/2019 May the 4th Be With You (1CE!): Past MCA President Panel Webinar
04/27/2019 MCSJ Inaugural Conference
04/13/2019 MAMCD 2019 Conference
03/30/2019 Native American Lessons in Counseling: Drum and Medicine Bag Making
03/02/2019 “Helping Clients Cope with Pet Grief and Loss”
02/16/2019 Interpersonal Aspects of LGBTQ Clients’ Self-Acceptance
11/10/2018 Free CE MASERVIC Workshop!
10/13/2018 MAMCD 2018 Fall Workshop-Breaking Into Private Practice: For the Minority Professional Counselor & Strengthen the Integrity of Counseling Professionals
09/22/2018 MCSJ Workshop: Law Enforcement and Counselors: Courageous Conversations About How Clinicians and Officers Can Work Together to Best Serve the Community and Clients
08/18/2018 MCSJ Workshop: Examining Intersectionality, Privilege & Oppression: Strategies for Counselors to Enhance Multicultural & Social Justice Advocacy
05/19/2018 What Brings You to Life? Awakening Your Spiritual Essence
04/21/2018 MAMCD CONFERENCE 2018: Substance Use Disorder & Opioid Epidemic: A Multicultural View of the Crisis
03/24/2018 ACA Ethics Deep Dive Workshop
02/24/2018 MAMCD Workshop: Beyond White Privilege: Exploring the Effects and Outcomes of Racism and White Supremacy in Counseling People of Color
02/21/2018 MCA Advocacy Day
11/01/2017 MCA's Annual Conference PDI: Active Mindfulness
04/22/2017 MAMCD 2017: Multicultural Counseling: A Perspective of Best Practices for Helping the Diverse, Marginalized, and Oppressed
04/30/2016 Black Men: Bullying, Trauma & Resilience
04/19/2016 SHEPPARD PRATT INVITES YOU TO A SPECIAL SCREENING OF: Touched with Fire
04/16/2016 MAMCD Annual Spring Conference
02/27/2016 Winter Workshop Sponsored by the Maryland Association of Marriage and Family Counseling
11/13/2015 Annual Conference: Trauma-Informed Counseling Part II
11/12/2015 Annual Conference: Trauma-Informed Counseling Part I
09/12/2015 Full day continuing education HIPAA presentation
04/11/2015 Case Study Approach to Understanding the DSM-5 Case Studies Will Include Relevant Treatment Planning Information and Suggestions for Evidence Based Practice
03/12/2015 The Johns Hopkins University School of Education cordially invites you to ACA Welcome Reception
11/14/2014 MCA Annual Conference
09/20/2014 Practical Application of the DSM-5: Highlights of Changes, Additions, and Emerging Trends
07/11/2014 LCPCM, The Affordable Care Act: What Every Mental Health Professional Should Know
06/14/2014 Join Us for Our MCA Summer Social Gala
06/06/2014 MAMCD, Annual Spring Conference, Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development
05/02/2014 Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) Mental Health Division
04/26/2014 2014 MCA Election
04/24/2014 Maryland Career Development Conference
04/11/2014 MAMCD, Annual Spring Conference, Maryland Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development
03/28/2014 Maryland School Counseling conference
03/27/2014 American Counseling Association Annual Conference
03/08/2014 MCA's First Social Event for 2014!
02/01/2014 Saturday DSM-V Marriage/Family Conference
11/15/2013 Intro to the DSM-5: A two day workshop, November 15th-16th
11/08/2013 MCA Annual Conference
09/21/2013 MCA Social
09/19/2013 MCDA Third Thursday Event
08/01/2013 DSM-V: An Insider's Perspective
06/29/2013 MCA Board Leadership Retreat
05/31/2013 MAMHC Meeting
05/04/2013 A Morning With Mark: An Afternoon with the Arts

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