Space Coast Mental Health Counselors Association

    Space Coast Mental Health Counselors Association's 

    "All Hands on Deck"
    Brevard Counselors Meeting

     June 23, 2016 - 5:30 pm   
    Viera High School Auditorium

    Join us for an evening of food * drinks * prizes & fun

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    The Space Coast Mental Health Counselors Association (SCMHCA) unites mental health professionals from Brevard County in Central Florida. 

    Our mission is to advance professional competency and strengthen the role of the mental health counselor in the local community.  

    SCMHCA is dedicated to improving skills through education for counseling professionals:  Licensed, non-licensed, private practice clinicians, educators, students, registered interns, and retirees.  

    Enhancing relationships through collaboration in the counseling profession and networking with our peers is a key component for us. 

    SCMHCA understands that the effect of a collection of people is greater than just one person.  We always strive to be a synergistic group.  SCMHCA is a chapter of the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association (FMHCA) which is a state chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA).

    ACF Therapy Associates participating in the annual TWLOHA 5K - April 16, 2016

    Why Choose a 
    Mental Health Counselor?
    Mental health counselors are uniquely qualified to provide high quality care that’s more affordable than other practitioners.  

    Counselors combine traditional psychotherapy with a practical problem solving approach that creates a dynamic and efficient path for change and problem resolution.  

    Counseling professionals are educated in skills training to help those who may be struggling with mental health, to include depression, anxiety, self-injury, addiction, and trauma.  

    Clinical mental health counselors are highly skilled professionals who provide a full range of services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families including:

    • Assessment
    • Diagnosis
    • Psychotherapy
    • Treatment planning and utilization review
    • Brief and solution-focused therapy
    • Alcoholism and substance abuse treatment
    • Psychoeducational and prevention programs
    • Crisis management
    • Childhood development screenings
    • Group therapy for support & connection
    • Family & couple conflict management
    • Social skills training

    May is Mental Health Month
    This year's "Life with a Mental Illness" campaign is designed to:

    • Bring awareness by having conversations with your clients on what life with a mental illness feels like.
    • Create a call to action for individuals that think they are showing signs/symptoms of mental illness to take a screening at  
    • Download a "Life with a Mental Illness" Toolkit at 

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