Michigan Counseling Association

MCA Speakers

MCA in partnership with Oakland University's CSI chapter is proud to present Dr. Samuel Gladding as our keynote speaker and Dr. Joyce Marter -Pre Conference Presentation on How to Build A Private Practice



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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Announcements

Call for Submissions The Michigan Journal of Counseling: Research, Theory, and Practice

For submission instructions, visit: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/mijoc/

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

Become a member

Become a member of the the Michigan Counseling Association. We take pride in out efforts to promote social change, build networks, and assist with professional development. 

Join us

Become a member

Become a member of the the Michigan Counseling Association. We take pride in out efforts to promote social change, build networks, and assist with professional development. 

Join us

University Spotlight

Michigan has the BEST Master of Arts in Counseling programs. We will spotlight a different Michigan university every month. 

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At CAPS we offer an immersive and developmentally-tailored training experience. We strive to structure training experiences with developmentally appropriate challenges that are based in trainees past experience and areas of interest. During their training at CAPS, trainees immerse themselves in all aspects of work at WSU CAPS including clinical services, consultation, outreach to the University community, and professional development. Trainees' clinical efforts are supported with intensive and diverse supervision experiences. We aim to foster professional growth in a supportive and inclusive environment. We value and consider all points of view and strive to collaborate within our own staff and across the University.

Our training program is rooted in creating multiculturally competent and ethical professionals that proudly advocate for WSU's diverse student body. We emphasize evidence-based practice and teach our trainees to evaluate empirical knowledge and consider individual differences and diverse identities in their clinical practice. Interdisciplinary collaboration is embedded within both our training program and broader clinic. Trainees are given the opportunity to work with and learn from staff from all mental health professions (counseling, social work, psychology, and psychiatry). It is our belief that such interdisciplinary collaboration strengthens trainees' command of the broader mental health field and their clinical expertise. Our trainees are integral and valued members of our staff. It is our hope that training at CAPS is a transformative experience that assists trainees in developing not only their professional competencies, but also their professional identity.

https://caps.wayne.edu/resources/training


Learn More

Check out the following help topics for information on what the Michigan Counseling Association is doing.

  • Social Change
  • Events
  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Membership
  • Conferences
  • Newsletter

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Michigan Counseling Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 82526, Rochester, MI 48308

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