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About MHC Blog

Welcome to the Mental Health Classes (MHC) Blog, written by mental health professionals. We believe in supporting both mental health professionals and students by providing free information through our blog. As mental health professionals we study, seek and gain knowledge, treat our clients, and truly care about people. Our blog is our way of giving back to this community of people who have given so much to others. We cover different topics, research, and concerns in the mental health field.

If you have thoughts about how we can improve the blog, or if there are mental health topics you’d like to see covered here, please let us know via e-mail. Although we may not be able to incorporate every suggestion, we do hope to make this blog a useful source of information, and your feedback will help us ensure it is just that.

Mental Health Classes Provides the Best Continuing Education for Counselors

There are many types of professions in the world and different people have different reasons for wanting to join a particular profession out of many available options. There are some people who work only to earn their bread and butter and don’t pay much attention to the nature of their work. Mostly this is because […]

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Importance of Getting CEUs for Psychologists

The term CEU refers to Continuing Education Unit and it is used as a measure in continuous learning programs. There are many kinds of learning programs associated with various fields of study and most of them are associated with some specific kinds of professions. There are some professions which are licensed and the practitioners of […]

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Continuing Education for Psychologists Available at Mental Health Classes

Continuing education is essential for most of the licensed professionals and they have to keep getting CEUs within fixed intervals in order to maintain their license. Psychology is one such field and continuing education for psychologists is necessary if they want to continue with their practice. Getting a CEU usually requires one to participate in […]

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Continuing Education for Psychologists Available at Mental Health Classes

Psychology is an important branch of medical sciences. This field deals with the study of the behavior and the mental processes of human beings. They have in depth knowledge about the human psyche and using that knowledge they help other people in overcoming their psychological and emotional issues. The work of the psychologists involves observing […]

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Taming Your Temper Kirkus Book Review

TAMING YOUR TEMPER A Workbook for Individuals, Couples, and Groups Smith, Nathaniel David Mental Health Classes, LLC (194 pp.) $30.00 paperback A debut self-help workbook aimed at helping readers understand and control their anger. Smith, a licensed professional anger-management counselor, draws on his experience to create a program designed to help people identify and analyze […]

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Expand Your Knowledge With Mental Health Continuing Education Courses

Like any other medical field, the field of mental health requires its professionals to keep abreast of the latest knowledge and maintain their professional competence. When you decide that you should start pursuing mental health continuing education courses, finding the right courses or programs is important to earn the necessary credits. The seminars or courses […]

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Increased Violence in the World Today

Through various strategies and exercises, “Taming Your Temper: A Workbook for Individuals, Couples, and Groups” by Nathaniel David Smith, Counselor, offers readers with anger issues the chance to manage their feelings better.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Counseling Experience

Follow these 8 steps to maximize you counseling experience. Interview: Ask for a 5 min phone interview to make sure you are comfortable with the counselor. Be dedicated: Attend scheduled sessions. Be specific about the concerns that led to your decision to seek counseling. Establish with your counselor desired goals and outcomes to be achieved […]

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Domestic Violence Help

Domestic Violence Domestic Violence effects are seen in all areas of health care and the legal system.   All of these professions have a role to play in detecting and supporting victims and offenders. Statistics in 2006 presented by the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Council on Family Violence bring the effects to […]

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Power and Control

Domestic Violence is not just physical violence.   There are eight types of violence that are driven by Power and Control. Intimidation Coercion and Threats Emotional Abuse Isolation Minimizing, Denying, and Blaming Using the Children Economic Abuse Male Privilege All of these tactics are used to influence an intimate partner.  Our society defines violence in physical […]

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