Get Involved

The SCCMHCA offers several opportunities to contribute and get involved with the organization, to network with other members, and to grow your knowledge and skills through participation on various committees.


Committee Membership is open to dues-paying members as well as Board Members and all Committees follow the policies and procedures as established by SCCMHCA.

The following are current committees of the SCCMHCA:

Government and Legislative Committee

  • Monitor and recommend positions regarding state and national issues relating to clinical counseling

  • Provide reports to general membership

  • Communicate and coordinate with AMHCA

Ethics Committee

  • Plan and conduct an annual ethics training

  • Address quality of care issues in the practice of clinical counseling and inform and educate members regarding matters of ethical and professional concern

Professional Development and Conference Committee

  • Create a theme, select and invite speakers, confirm location, create an agenda for the annual conference by December of the previous year

  • Create and organize monthly professional development workshops

  • Create and organize monthly regional Supervisor Forums

Membership Committee

  • Recruit members through marketing and public relations

  • Monitor membership list monthly

  • Send membership welcome letters

  • Make welcome calls to new members

  • Ensure renewal communication is sent to members whose dues are expiring

Finance Committee

  • Conduct a financial audit of the Association’s records and prepare a report

  • Report findings to the Board

Diversity Committee

  • Promote diverse populations, awareness and participation in the Association and in the field of clinical counseling

  • Plan and conduct an annual diversity training