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Benefits Of Membership

Ø  Benefits of Membership

Ø  Each person joining AAPC has a professional and personal motivation to do so.
    Beyond these reasons, the following benefits of membership may be realized:

Ø  Collegiality/Affiliation.
 
Ø  Webinars and educational opportunities to enhance one's practice skills and to  learn of emerging models of care, Continuing Education Credits

Ø  Certification

Ø  Networking Opportunities and participation in expanded models of care.

Ø  Professional Relationships in the Health Related Professions and Faith Communities.

Ø  Managed Care Contracts

Ø  Referrals

Ø  Information on employment and training opportunities throughout the United States and Canada.

Ø  Marketing Support.

Ø  AAPC Membership E-Directory.

Ø  Participation in the overall issues and purposes of the AAPC through Association and Regional Committees.

Ø  Professional Liability Insurance Program - American Professional Agency http://www.americanprofessional.com/mentalhealth/index.htm

Ø  Publications

Ø  Regional Conferences

Ø  Annual AAPC Conference, held in the spring.

Ø  Local Cluster Workshops presented by Regions

Ø  Increasingly, attending to spiritual and religious issues in the context health related services is seen as a standard of care. Certified Pastoral Counselors are recognized as professional, licensed mental health providers who offer exceptional services in this area.

Ø  Above all, the benefit of membership in AAPC is participation in the ongoing development of this field in order to enhance the well being of individuals, families and communities.

 

 

 

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