Attention, Masters & Doctoral students in clinical mental health counseling: Enjoy AMHCA’s powerful student benefits for just $79 per year!
AMHCA’s top two benefits for students:
(1) Malpractice insurance. Your AMHCA membership dues (just $79) include high-quality malpractice insurance.
(2) Networking. When you participate in AMHCA’s events and programs, you build valuable relationships with experienced counselors and mental health counseling students all across the country.
Take a powerful step in your clinical mental health counseling career: join AMHCAtoday.AMHCA, the American Mental Health Counselors Association, is the professional organization for our field.
AMHCA advocates for us with legislators.
AMHCA creates opportunities to share knowledge and grow professionally.
AMHCA provides money-saving programs for its student and clinical members.
AMHCA membership also provides access to job listings and opportunities for professional exposure through writing for its publications and participating in the annual conference. Member savings programs include publications from Wiley and Springer Publishing, numerous online learning services, and online promotional tools.
AMHCA Professional Associate Membership
New graduates can retain their AMHCA benefits at the low student dues rate as Professional Associate members of AMHCA. This category is available for up to two years following graduation from a masters or doctoral program.
Learn more about Professional Associate membership
Contact any member of the AMHCA Graduate Student Committee to learn more about AMHCA, how you can get involved, and how membership can help you in your career.

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