Mental Health Access Improvement Act
On Jan. 31, Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Representative Mike Thompson (D-CA) and Representative John Katko (R-NY) introduced the Mental Health Access Improvement Act of 2019. This measure would include Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) and Marriage and Family Therapists as covered Medicare providers.Learn More!
CCA Offers Free Conference to Student Members
Student members and counselor educators of CCA are invited to register for the 2019 CCA Student ConferenceLearn More!
2019 Colorado Mental Health Legislation
Being aware of the legislation happening in Colorado is important. Take a few minutes, and learn about the bills that may impact your work as a professional counselor.Learn More!
CCA Colloborates on DORA's Sunset Legislative Taskforce
Left to right: Dr. Mita Johnson, Colorado Association of Addiction Specialists; Dr. Ryan Burkhart, Colorado Counseling Association; Dr. Krista Speicher, Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; Heather McLaughlin, National Association of Social Workers-Colorado; Carol O'Dowd, Colorado Association of Psychotherapists; Dr. Julie Jacobs; Colorado Psychological Association.Learn More!
The Colorado Counseling Association (CCA) is a state branch of the Western Region for the 60,000 member American Counseling Association (ACA). The CCA is an organization of mental health professionals and students who work in education, health care, residential, private practice, community agencies, government and business/industry settings.
Service as a dynamic network of mental health professionals in the State of Colorado, the CCA is devoted to professional development and maintenance of high standards for those involved in the field.
The mission of the Colorado Counseling Association is to promote the counseling profession through legislative advocacy, education resources, and outreach to future leaders in our field.