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African American Concern Groups

The African American Concerns Group is an inclusive community committed to advocacy and social justice for African Americans in the counseling profession.

Asian American/ Pacific Islander Concerns Group

The AAPI Concerns Group strives to engage in projects and lift up other AAPI voices in research, scholarship, and leadership within our profession.

Concerns Group

The Latinx Concerns Group serves to create an inclusive community that voices and advocates for the needs and concerns that affect the Latinx Community.

The Native American Concerns group serves as a resource and community base for Native counselors and those who work with Native populations.

Native American
Concerns Group

Concerns Group

The international Concerns Group strives to educate and advocate for the expansion of pedagogical practices within counseling on internationalization and counseling.

Women Concerns Group

The Women’s Concerns Task Force takes pride in supporting the mental health and the advocacy work that attacks the concerns plaguing women’s mental health.

Multiethnic, Multiracial, and Transracial Adoptee Concerns Group 

The purpose of the Multiethnic, Multiracial, and Transracial Adoptee Concerns Group (MMTAG) is to provide information that will enable AMCD to promote education, engagement, research, community-building, and resources related to multiethnic, multiracial, and transracial adoptee individuals and communities within the counseling/counselor educator profession and the clients/students we serve. We strive to raise awareness of multiethnic, multiracial, and transracial adoptee concerns and to cultivate a network for AMCD members who identify with more than one ethnicity, race, and/or heritage and their accomplices and co-conspirators.

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