MCA and Oakland University's CSI Theta chapter is proud to present Dr. Samuel Gladding as our keynote speaker and Dr. Joyce Marter on Best Practice for Mental Health Clinicians
2019 Michigan Counseling Association Symposium
"BUILDING BRIDGES THROUGH CONNECTIONS AND COLLABORATIONS"
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Welcome to the
Michigan Counseling Association
Founded in 1963, the MCA has a long standing history of service to the profession including legislative advocacy, social change, and professional development. Over the years, we have chartered several divisions across the state of Michigan. We plan to continue membership growth, increase membership engagement, and service to the profession
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The Editor of the MJC is Dr. Scott Branson. F or more information or questions, please contact him at JofCounseling@wayne.edu
Call for Proposals for MCA Symposium - 2019
Call for Proposal Reviewers for MCA Symposium - 2019
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