Space Coast Mental Health Counselors Association

    The Space Coast Mental Health Counselors Association (SCMHCA) unites mental health counseling professionals from Brevard County, 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 collective effort is greater than an individual one. 

    SCMHCA is a local Chapter of the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association (FMHCA) which is a State Chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA)

          

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    Why now is the best time to
    go to a Mental Health 
    Counselor..........


    Modern counselors are uniquely qualified to provide research-based techniques that circumvent life's difficulties quicker than ever.  The result is evidenced through greater improvement for clients through a combination of traditional therapy, treatment education, and up-to-date, practical 
    approaches. This creates a dynamic and efficient path for change and problem resolution.

    Today's counselors also believe in working side-by-side with their clients in bringing about self-sustaining solutions together.

    Counseling professionals, such as mental health counselors, social workers, family and marriage therapists, & psychologists are agents of change that are educated in skills training to help those who may be struggling with mental health issues. 

    Some of these may include:
    Depression, anxiety, addiction, psychosis, dementia, parenting obstacles, stress management, trauma-related difficulties, coping with financial difficulties, gender identity, childhood disorders, relationship challenges; adults and seniors transitioning through life changes.The Space Coast of Florida offers several choices of highly-skilled professionals (look under "Find a Counselor" tab at the top of this page) who provide a full range of services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, seniors, 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


    Join us for a very special 
    presentation on:



    Imago Relationship Therapy

    Rick Brown, Th.M. 
    Executive Director of The Institute 
    for Relationship Therapy

    Friday, September 16th

    2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

    Florida Institute of Technology

    Hartley Room, 2nd Floor, 
    Denius Student Union Building

    150 West University Blvd
    Melbourne, Florida 

    Imago therapy is a highly effective form of relationship and couples therapy that has positively affected thousands of couples around the world. More than one thousand therapists in nearly 40 countries are “changing the world one relationship at a time” by teaching the Imago Dialogical processes. This approach to communication comes out of new understandings about the relational paradigm, and is helpful for new couples, those together for many years, people in business relationships, and more.  

    $35.00 Non-members & $25.00 Members

    About Rick:

    Having been appointed by Harville Hendrix to serve as the Executive Director of the Institute for Imago Relationship Therapy, Rick has trained hundreds of psychologists, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals in the theory and practice of relation- ship therapy. He is the author of Imago Relationship Therapy: An Introduction to Theory and Practice published by John Wiley Press.

    Rick is a graduate of Florida State University, Princeton and Union Theological Seminary. As a psychotherapist he has over 40 years of clinical experience working with individuals, couples, and families. Rick and his wife Celeste have been married for 40 years and have three adult children. 


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

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