Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association

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Attention Licensed Professional Counselors-Information needed

You/eligible colleagues are being invited to participate in a voluntary research study approved by the Walden University Institutional Review Board. Participation in the study is voluntary. Please consider forwarding this correspondence to any relevant potential participants.

Title of Project: The Relationship Between Wellness, Resiliency, and Vicarious Trauma among Clinical Mental Health Counselors treating Interpersonal Violence.

Principal Investigator: Elizabeth O. Hunter Committee Chair: Dr. Shelli Friess

Privacy:
Participation in the current study will involve anonymous completion of electronic surveys. Any name, contact information, place of work, and/or survey responses will not be connected in any way. Data collected throughout the current study will not be used for any other purpose aside from the research purposes indicated below. Reports coming out of this study will not share the identities of individual participants. Even the researcher will not know who you are.

Purpose of the study: The purpose of the current survey research study is to explore the relationship between wellness, resiliency, and vicarious trauma (VT) among Clinical Mental Health Counselors (CMHCs) who provide counseling services to survivors of interpersonal violence (IPV).

VT closely resembles Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and can have adverse personal and professional consequences for both CHMCs and IPV clients.

Further information and understanding of VT can assist in the prevention and recovery from this important issue for both CMHCs and IPV clients.

What will you be asked to do:

Please consider participating in the study if you are eligible
Please consider forwarding study participation materials to other relevant personnel within your agency

Participants who voluntarily choose to engage in the research study will be asked to complete 4 brief, separate, anonymous electronic surveys:

A wellness survey (44 questions)
A resiliency survey (6 questions)
A vicarious trauma survey (8 questions)
A demographic survey (16 questions)

Please note that data obtained from this study will be used solely for research purposes and may be used in future research.

Time required: The full duration of the study will require an estimated 15-20 minutes of your time.

Study participants have the right to decline or discontinue participation in the study at any time. No legal rights of study participants will be compromised or waived throughout participation in the current study.

Inclusion criteria:

Age 18 years or older
Eligible participants include post-graduate CMHCs (pre- or post-licensure) with a clinical caseload consisting solely of those clients with a presenting concern of IPV.

* CMHC: those post-graduate-level mental health services providers who have been formally trained to provide clinical counseling services to individuals, families, couples, and groups in treating mental, behavioral, and emotional disorders (ACA, 2020).
* IPV Counseling: IPV client services include only those clinical counseling services offered to clients presenting to counseling to address issues associated with any act of physical, emotional, or psychological violence, to include any threat, coercion, intimidation of deprivation of liberty (Center for Disease Control, 2018).

Exclusion Criteria:

Any professional discipline outside of CMHC
Any caseload composition outside of clients addressing IPV within the session.
Any Interns, volunteers, or employees of the YWCA-South Hampton Roads, an IPV services agency. Due to the author's close affiliation with the agency, and supervision of IPV CMHCs currently serving IPV clientele, this agency will be purposefully excluded from any participation/participation solicitations made.

Potential foreseeable risks or discomforts associated with study participation:
There are potential risks of minor discomfort associated with study activities, specifically participants may:

experience feelings of distress, stress, or become upset by learning more about the topic of vicarious trauma.
experience feelings of distress, stress, or become upset by learning that they themselves may be experiencing/have experienced vicarious trauma.
experience feelings of distress, stress or become upset with the disclosure of sensitive information included within the anonymous demographic questionnaire

To address these potential risks, each study participant will be offered complimentary vicarious trauma psychoeducational materials which provide education, support, and strategies associated with vicarious trauma reduction.
Each study participant may also utilize the free and confidential support resources included below should they experience any feelings of stress, discomfort, or distress after anonymously disclosing sensitive information within the study.

National Domestic Violence Hotline can help victims, survivors of domestic violence. Call 1-800-799-7233.
R**e, Abuse & In**st National Network: Call 800-656-4673

Potential foreseeable benefits associated with study participation:
There are potential benefits associated with study activities for participants, members of the counseling profession at various levels, and for clients receiving IPV counseling services:

Experience increased knowledge and awareness of vicarious trauma
Experience increased awareness of current and desired wellness practices
Experience increased knowledge and awareness of resiliency level
Experience increased satisfaction with nature of work they engage in

Complimentary VT psychoeducation:
In an effort to express appreciation for time, energy, and participation in this important research study, please enjoy complimentary vicarious trauma psychoeducational materials.

This handout will provide IPV professionals with the opportunity to learn more about and receive support for vicarious trauma (VT), including information about wellness practices and resiliency. This handout could also assist professionals in navigating vicarious trauma symptoms should they become aware of their own vicarious trauma by engaging in this study.

Contact for questions regarding the study, or to communicate an issue:
Walden University’s approval number for this study is 09-25-20-0579858 and it expires on September 24th, 2021.

For any general questions, concerns or comments regarding the study please contact:
Elizabeth Hunter

[email protected]
Doctoral Candidate, Counselor Education and Supervision Program
Walden University

Dr. Shelli Friess
[email protected]
Dissertation Committee Chair
Walden University

For any questions regarding the rights of study participants please contact:
Research Participant Advocate
612-312-1210 from within the USA
001-612-312-1210 from outside the USA
or email address [email protected]

Should you choose to voluntarily participate in the study, please print and maintain a copy of this form for your reference and continue to the survey link below to begin data collection.

Best regards,
Elizabeth O. Hunter

[email protected]
Doctoral Candidate, Counselor Education and Supervision Program
Walden University

By clicking the survey access link below (labeled link to survey) I acknowledge sufficient understanding of the study described above and provide consent to participate in the study.

LINK TO SURVEY
LINK TO MATERIALS

Love and Peace Everyone.

My name is Dorian Banks and I currently am enrolled in MS in Mental Health Counseling program to become a LPC. As required by one of my courses I am to interview a licensed clinical mental health counselor. As a resident of Detroit Michigan I thought that it would be great to interview someone in my area. If anyone is open to helping me with this project I would really appreciate it!
For supervisors using virtual/online formats, have you called or heard from Michigan LARA/BPL regarding this line on LLPC form, "including _________ hours in my immediate physical presence."

Hello counselors. I’m looking for a referral for a therapist that can help an 8 year old girl who has lived with her grandparents since birth. However, the courts have ordered re-unification with her biological mother. The girl and her grandparents live in Fraser and she would be using United Health Medicaid. Thank you.
Hello everyone,
My colleague Kim Hager and I are interested in studying the experiences and barriers to accessing mental health services for families. For the purpose of our research, we intend to compare three groups – caregivers of children with one or more mental health conditions (also developmental delays), caregivers of children with mental health conditions and common medical conditions, and caregivers of children with mental health conditions and rare diseases. Caregivers include biological parents, adoptive parents, foster parents, step-parents, guardians and kinship homes with children under the age of 18. The survey is nationwide and open to families who live anywhere within the United States. The hope is the survey results will assist mental health providers in tailoring services to meet families’ needs. The study was approved by the IRB and survey is anonymous. Please help us by filling out the survey and/or sharing it.
English survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQFSMVV
Spanish survey:https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/2DXD5TX
Thank you and we appreciate all your help.
Has anyone heard if BCBS is continuing telehealth mental health coverage into 2021? The last update I saw states through Dec 31, 2020. Thanks!
Good evening to all. My name is Tina Cardamone and I am a Counselor in Training at the University of Detroit Mercy and a new MMHCA member. I understand that its our first official advocacy month! I am taking a Program Evaluation Class and one of my assignments is to develop an advocacy plan at the local, State and Federal levels on the topic of treatment for Opioid Use Disorder.

During my research, I discovered house bill H.R. 1109 aka the Mental Health Services for Students Act of 2020 https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1109/textdesigned to provide grants to schools and other agencies to support comprehensive mental health services in local school districts to help students dealing with trauma, grief, bereavement, su***de risk and violence issues, which would include, in my opinion, trauma or grief treatment associated with the opioid epidemic.

I am wondering how many of you are familiar with this legislation that has passed in the house and was referred to the senate and want to bring it to your attention. If you were to support it, I wonder how you would advocate for its passage into law? Any insight would be appreciated.

Licensed Professional Counselors are educated, trained, and licensed to promote mental health and to provide clinical assessment, diagnosis and effective treatment of people facing mental health challenges and disorders.

Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association (MMHCA) a non-profit 501c6, is the Michigan state chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

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Dear School Counselor:

We would like to invite you to participate in a short survey that will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete. We are examining K-12 school counselors’ use of interventions in the areas of: academics, career and college planning and social and emotional support during the pandemic (March 2020-June 2021).

Dr. Rebecca Vannest, Assistant Professor at Oakland University, and Dr. Angie Niforos, Adjunct Professor at Wayne State University, in Michigan, are conducting research to understand school counselors’ interventions and experiences. There is no compensation for responding. Participation in this study is completely voluntary and confidential. This study has been approved by the Oakland University Institutional Review Board (IRB-FY2021-289).

Thank you for taking the time to assist us in our research. If you require additional information or have questions please feel free to contact us at the email address listed below. If you are willing to participate, please click on the Qualtrics Survey: School Counselor Intervention Survey https://oakland.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3QwpGy0dVmJQp1Q

With gratitude for your consideration,

Rebecca Vannest PhD, LPC, SCL, RPT-S, NCC, CFLE
[email protected]
Assistant Professor, Oakland University
Department of Counseling

Angie Niforos PhD, LPC, SCL, NCC
[email protected]
Adjunct Professor
Wayne State University
Department of Counseling

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05/13/2021

MMHCA ALERT

Governor Whitmer has announced that the State anticipates allowing all in-person work to resume on May 24. We believe that it was this order, which required that all work that could be done remotely to be done remotely, that gave LPC supervisors the authority to continue with virtual supervision during the pandemic, and that we will no longer have that authority after May 24.

Also be aware that the new Administrative Rules of the Board of Counseling are now in effect, and these Rules allow for 25 of the 100 required hours directly with the supervisor to be virtual. The remaining 75 hours must still be “in the immediate physical presence of the supervisor.” These changes will impact how LPC supervisors conduct supervision going forward.

MMHCA’s lobbyists have asked LARA for additional clarification and direction. We will notify you if and when LARA responds.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 10, 2021

Contact: [email protected]

Gov. Whitmer Announces 55% of Michiganders Vaccinated, First Milestone of MI Vacc to Normal Plan Achieved

The State anticipates allowing all in-person work to resume on May 24

LANSING, Mich. – Governor Gretchen Whitmer today announced that 55% of Michiganders have received their first dose of the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine. The announcement marks the first milestone of the ‘MI Vacc to Normal’ plan, which would enable in-person work to resume across all employment sectors on May 24. Governor Whitmer released a video on social media congratulating Michiganders for achieving this important step and encouraged others to get vaccinated to help us get back to normal.

“I am excited that 55% of Michiganders have gotten their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine because it puts us one step closer to getting Vacc to Normal,” said Governor Whitmer. “Everyone is eligible to get their safe, effective shots, and it's on all of us to get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities. On May 24, we anticipate allowing a return to in-person work across all sectors, and as more Michiganders get vaccinated, we will continue lifting restrictions to get Vacc to Normal safely.”

To date, Michigan has administered 4,455,395 vaccines, moving the state closer to its goal of equitably vaccinating at least 70% of Michiganders ages 16 and older as soon as possible. To date, 55% of Michiganders have received their initial dose of the vaccine.

"The safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is the most important tool we have to reduce the spread of the virus. By getting shots in their arms as soon as possible, Michiganders can help end this pandemic as quickly as possible," said Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive and chief deputy for health. “We urge all eligible Michigan residents to make an appointment or locate a walk-in vaccine clinic to get their vaccine as soon as they are able by visiting Vaccinefinder.”

The Vacc to Normal plan will use four vaccination-based milestones that, once achieved, will enable Michigan to take a step toward normalcy:

1. 55% of Michiganders (4,453,304 residents), plus two weeks

· Allows in-person work for all sectors of business.

1. 60% of Michiganders (4,858,150 residents), plus two weeks

· Increases indoor capacity at sports stadiums to 25%.

· Increases indoor capacity at conference centers/banquet halls/funeral homes to 25%.

· Increases capacity at exercise facilities and gyms to 50%.

· Lifts the curfew on restaurants and bars.

1. 65% of Michiganders (5,262,996 residents), plus two weeks

· Lifts all indoor % capacity limits, requiring only social distancing between parties.

· Further relaxes limits on residential social gatherings.

1. 70% of Michiganders (5,667,842 residents), plus two weeks

· Lifts the Gatherings and Face Masks Order such that MDHHS will no longer employ broad mitigation measures unless unanticipated circumstances arise, such as the spread of vaccine-resistant variants.

To learn more about the ‘MI Vacc to Normal Plan’ and vaccine rollout, visit www.michigan.gov/covidvaccine to view the COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard.


The video can be viewed here: https://twitter.com/GovWhitmer/status/1391853926002176008?s=20

MMHCA ALERT

Governor Whitmer has announced that the State anticipates allowing all in-person work to resume on May 24. We believe that it was this order, which required that all work that could be done remotely to be done remotely, that gave LPC supervisors the authority to continue with virtual supervision during the pandemic, and that we will no longer have that authority after May 24.

Also be aware that the new Administrative Rules of the Board of Counseling are now in effect, and these Rules allow for 25 of the 100 required hours directly with the supervisor to be virtual. The remaining 75 hours must still be “in the immediate physical presence of the supervisor.” These changes will impact how LPC supervisors conduct supervision going forward.

MMHCA’s lobbyists have asked LARA for additional clarification and direction. We will notify you if and when LARA responds.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 10, 2021

Contact: [email protected]

Gov. Whitmer Announces 55% of Michiganders Vaccinated, First Milestone of MI Vacc to Normal Plan Achieved

The State anticipates allowing all in-person work to resume on May 24

LANSING, Mich. – Governor Gretchen Whitmer today announced that 55% of Michiganders have received their first dose of the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine. The announcement marks the first milestone of the ‘MI Vacc to Normal’ plan, which would enable in-person work to resume across all employment sectors on May 24. Governor Whitmer released a video on social media congratulating Michiganders for achieving this important step and encouraged others to get vaccinated to help us get back to normal.

“I am excited that 55% of Michiganders have gotten their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine because it puts us one step closer to getting Vacc to Normal,” said Governor Whitmer. “Everyone is eligible to get their safe, effective shots, and it's on all of us to get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities. On May 24, we anticipate allowing a return to in-person work across all sectors, and as more Michiganders get vaccinated, we will continue lifting restrictions to get Vacc to Normal safely.”

To date, Michigan has administered 4,455,395 vaccines, moving the state closer to its goal of equitably vaccinating at least 70% of Michiganders ages 16 and older as soon as possible. To date, 55% of Michiganders have received their initial dose of the vaccine.

"The safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is the most important tool we have to reduce the spread of the virus. By getting shots in their arms as soon as possible, Michiganders can help end this pandemic as quickly as possible," said Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive and chief deputy for health. “We urge all eligible Michigan residents to make an appointment or locate a walk-in vaccine clinic to get their vaccine as soon as they are able by visiting Vaccinefinder.”

The Vacc to Normal plan will use four vaccination-based milestones that, once achieved, will enable Michigan to take a step toward normalcy:

1. 55% of Michiganders (4,453,304 residents), plus two weeks

· Allows in-person work for all sectors of business.

1. 60% of Michiganders (4,858,150 residents), plus two weeks

· Increases indoor capacity at sports stadiums to 25%.

· Increases indoor capacity at conference centers/banquet halls/funeral homes to 25%.

· Increases capacity at exercise facilities and gyms to 50%.

· Lifts the curfew on restaurants and bars.

1. 65% of Michiganders (5,262,996 residents), plus two weeks

· Lifts all indoor % capacity limits, requiring only social distancing between parties.

· Further relaxes limits on residential social gatherings.

1. 70% of Michiganders (5,667,842 residents), plus two weeks

· Lifts the Gatherings and Face Masks Order such that MDHHS will no longer employ broad mitigation measures unless unanticipated circumstances arise, such as the spread of vaccine-resistant variants.

To learn more about the ‘MI Vacc to Normal Plan’ and vaccine rollout, visit www.michigan.gov/covidvaccine to view the COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard.


The video can be viewed here: https://twitter.com/GovWhitmer/status/1391853926002176008?s=20

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04/17/2021

MMHCA members, looking forward to spending time with you on 4/24/21!

MMHCA members, looking forward to spending time with you on 4/24/21!

04/14/2021

www.michigan.gov

MMHCA UPDATE ON MIOSHA RULES

Governor Whitmer has extended the COVID 19 MIOSHA workplace rules for another six months or until October 14, 2021. They can still be modified or withdrawn at any time in response to changes in COVID 19 spread. (See link below.)

This action has continuing implications for counselors. Rule 5 (8) advises that work that can be done from home must be done from home. If LPC’s and LLPC’s choose not to work from home, they should be able to document that the work they are doing needs to be done in-person. In addition to the general guidance provided, Rule 9 (5) gives specific directions for healthcare which is provided in-person.

MMHCA will continue to monitor these emergency rules and provide you with updates as appropriate.

https://www.michigan.gov/documents/leo/Final_MIOSHA_Rules_705164_7.pdf

www.michigan.gov

03/23/2021

[03/22/21]   MMHCA STATEMENT ON TELEHEALTH: LPCs BEWARE

It has come to our attention that many LPCs are providing counseling services through telehealth companies. Some of these companies have indicated that they will “take care of the intake process.” However, Michigan law ( Section 333.18113 of the Michigan Public Health Code) requires that prior to starting counseling, LPCs provide their clients with a Professional Disclosure Statement (PDS) that provides the client with the name, address and phone number of the counselor, the education and experience of the counselor, a description of the counselor’s practice, the counselor’s fee schedule, and the LARA contact information where they would file a complaint if necessary. This statement is required to be submitted to LARA to be granted licensure as an LPC or LLPC and any changes made to it must be submitted to LARA within 30 days of the change.

If an LPC or LLPC does not provide this information to the client as required by the Michigan Public Health Code, they are in violation of the law and disciplinary action could be taken against their license. MMHCA is concerned that some LPCs might not be aware that they still have this obligation even if they are working with a telehealth company, and might be putting their licenses at risk.

[03/18/21]   PA 96 includes no new continuing education (CE) requirements. What follows is MMHCA’s POSITION about the issue of CE requirements:

As we were writing HB 4325, which was signed into law as PA 96 of 2019, we used model licensure language, and added additional language to address issues that we were facing in Michigan. One of the areas of research and consideration was what we would do about a CE requirement. The research is very clear that requiring a certain number of hours of continuing education does not ensure continuing competence, which is the purpose of requiring it. The main benefactors of requiring a certain number of hours of continuing education for relicensure are those who provide continuing education. While not ensuring increased competence, requiring a certain number of hours of continuing education for relicensure often puts an undue financial burden on licensees. It is even possible to purchase certificates for continuing education online without actually participating in a program!

For all these reasons, we chose not to give in to the pressure of requiring a certain number of CEUs for counselors to maintain their licenses simply because other professions do so. Our new license is considered the gold standard for counseling licenses across the country. We did not want to tarnish it with an inappropriate and ineffective requirement.

We also looked at the issue of continuing competence, something some states have included in their law. For those states who have this requirement, continuing competence can be demonstrated in a number of ways. Continuing education is usually one of those ways, but also such activities as publications in journals, professional presentations, and participation in professional organizations are ways to demonstrate continuing competence. Again, we looked at whether this was something that should be included in our law. To include such a requirement, we would need to demonstrate that there was a need for such a requirement. Looking at the nature of complaints against counselors in Michigan over the past 20 years, it became clear that there was not a need for such a continuing competence requirement in our law at this time.

All that said, our new law does require continuing education in a way that is appropriate and makes sense. Our law clearly states that LPCs may only do those things in their scope of practice for which they are trained. What that means is that if an LPC chooses to add something new to their practice, perhaps a new technique or way of working with clients (such as EMDR or Hypnosis), they would need to get training in that technique. If they wanted to add a new assessment instrument, they would need to get training in that instrument. If they wanted to work in a new setting, such as an integrated care setting, they would need to be able to demonstrate that they had appropriate training to do that work.

It makes so much more sense to require continuing education that is relevant and appropriate rather than simply require a certain number of hours in a certain timeframe. We believe that the way we chose to do continuing education in our new law is far superior to what other professions and laws have chosen to do. MMHCA is committed to continuing to provide high-quality continuing education programs for counselors and other mental health professionals which are truly focused on helping them to grow as professionals. And while we do offer CEUs for those who need them, our true goal is to offer programs that professionals attend, not to check off a box on a form, but because these programs are truly relevant to their practice and professional growth.

MMHCA led the way with you to pass HB4325/PA96. Unite with us as the protectors of our profession. MMHCA is your #1 Advocate!

The LPC Michigan Miracle of 2019. How MMHCA made it happen!

By James Blundo, MA, LPC, MMHCA Executive Director

Michigan has a new law that protects and strengthens our LPC license.

House Bill 4325 passed both the Michigan House and Senate by 100% of the legislators and was signed into law by the Governor on October 29th as Public Act 96 of 2019.

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