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ATLANTA CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON IMPROVING COUNSELING SKILLS By J. Douglas LeCheminant February 21, 2014 Atlanta, Georgia ― Providing quality education on topics surrounding professional counseling is at the core of the mission of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists (AMCAP). To accomplish that mission, the Atlanta Chapter of AMCAP invited Dr. Galen Cole, a …

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ATLANTA CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON IMPROVING COUNSELING SKILLS By J. Douglas LeCheminant February 21, 2014 Atlanta, Georgia ― Providing quality education on topics surrounding professional counseling is at the core of the mission of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists (AMCAP). To accomplish that mission, the Atlanta Chapter of AMCAP invited Dr. Galen Cole, a …

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On Friday, August 17th, The Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists hosted its second annual conference at the Eastside Heritage Behavioral Health Hospital in Snellville, Georgia. Dan Gray, LCSW, CSAT and Todd Olson, LCSW, CSAT both of the Lifestar Network presented on the latest developments in the treatment of pornography and …

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Hope- An Anchor to the Souls of Men (Ether 12:4) by Edward Callirgos, L.A.M.F.T., Networker Column Editor AMCAP Networker, Volume 14, Issue 2 Our clients come from all backgrounds and beliefs, from different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds. The word “hope” is universally accepted by religious and non-religious individuals is therefore a useful tool in our …

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AMCAP is currently reviewing books, CDs, DVDs, and other materials to be sold in the bookstore during the annual AMCAP convention on Oct. 2-3, 2014. AMCAP members (current in dues) should forward a request with a copy of display materials (which can be retrieved at the convention) to: Jeffrey J. Ford, MS, LMFT Alliant Counseling …

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An article titled Gospel-Centered “Therapist” or Gospel-Centered “Therapy”: Is there a Difference and Does it Matter by Dr. Robert L. Gleave was published in the latest volume of Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy, AMCAP’s peer-reviewed journal. He writes, “I suggest it is a more prudent course to get very well grounded in both the Gospel …

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An article was recently published on www.mormonnewsroom.org. It reads, “Family is no longer, nor ever has been, something that is simply “granted.” As anyone who has tried it knows, raising a family and sustaining a marriage are challenging things to do. However, at stake is not only the health of the individual family but also …

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