It is because of this desire to connect with and help other spouses through their journey that the Military Spouse Behavioral Health Clinicians (MSBHC) group was born. MSBHC is a network by and for military spouse behavioral health clinicians. We have a membership of over 200 military spouses (and growing) from all over the world. We have spouses at every phase of their education and employment: students, interns, newly minted professionals, licensed, un-licensed, soon to be licensed and seasoned professionals. We have social workers, counselors, school psychologists, marriage and family therapists, substance abuse specialists, clinical psychologists and ABA therapists: anyone in the broader behavioral health field. We offer support, networking opportunities, employment and licensing information, and so much more. Recently, we held our inaugural networking event. We also held a lobbying day on Capitol Hill where we addressed concerns relevant to our military spouse behavioral health clinicians.
If you are a military spouse (including Veteran, Caregiver, Gold-Star, Reserve, Coast guard, National Guard) and you’re in the field or if you are studying to be in the field of behavioral health, this group is for you. For more information please visit https://www.msbhc.org. We look forward to welcoming you!
Military Spouses who are interested in receiving support in their journey as mental health professionals, this event is for you! We will be discussing solutions to the challenges that are faced by military spouses in getting an education, supervision, licensure and employment in the field. Please join us for breakfast and programming on this very important topic. Representatives from several organizations including, government officials, Joining Forces, Give an Hour and the National Military Family Association – as well as fellow MSBHC’ers will be present. Please RSVP here today!