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Rollins 10-Session Counselor Directory (Fall 2023 Edition)

Dear Mental Health Professional,

All students enrolled in the Rollins College Graduate Studies in Counseling (GSC) program must
complete 10 personal counseling sessions with a mental health professional during their first year of
study. We are writing to share with you an opportunity to serve our students by contributing to our
10-Session Counselor Directory.

We would like to work with local clinicians to provide reduced, flat-rate counseling sessions to our
graduate students, and we would appreciate your participation! The 10-Session Counselor
Directory is a digital document available to students through Canvas, our confidential student hub
for class content and resources.

In order to participate, you must be either (1) a licensed mental health counselor, licensed marriage
and family therapist, or licensed mental health professional; or (2) a registered intern, i.e., mental
health counseling or marriage and family therapist.

We are asking clinicians to determine an exclusive fee for the 10-session counseling requirement.
This would be a flat-rate fee and would only apply for the 10-session requirement. If students
choose to utilize their insurance to meet this requirement, your established session rate would

If you are interested in participating, please complete this survey by 07/01/2023 to be featured in
the Fall 2023 Edition of this directory. Submissions for the directory will be updated in the Spring of
each year. We appreciate your willingness to participate in the 10-Session Counselor Directory.

Rollins College Graduate Studies in Counseling


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As a follow up to discussions at our 5/19/17 meeting with guest speaker Dr. Juan Gonzalez, I would like to offer the following list of online training and information resources for counselors working with veterans and their families: 

Home Base Veteran and Family Care

From Home Base: Who We Are

“Since our founding in 2009, Home Base, a partnership of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital, has been breaking new ground, leading regional and national efforts with a multi-disciplinary team of experts working together to help Post-9/11 Service Members, Veterans and their Families heal from the Invisible Wounds of War: traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress (PTS), and related conditions….”

Multiple free courses (possible CEUs) across the following topic areas: Military Culture and Intro Courses, PTSD, TBI, Substance Use, Additional Trauma and Treatment courses, Military Family

Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy

Multiple free courses (possible CEUs) for mental health professionals including courses for those working with veterans and their families, including Challenges of Treating Co-Morbid PTSD and TBI, Keeping Military Families Strong: Couples Therapy for PTSD, and courses with clinical case studies as a focus.

Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury

Resources for Civilian Providers

“DCoE works to advance the field of psychological health care, in partnership with science and academia, and contributes evidence-based practices and resources to directly impact care for our service members and their families.” DCoE offers webinars, publications, and other resources to support military and civilian professionals working with service members and veterans.

PTSD: National Center for PTSD: Military Culture and PTSD

The National Center for PTSD website offers a broad spectrum of training and resources for mental health professionals treating PTSD in any context including an online course on Understanding the Context of Military Culture in Treating Veterans with PTSD

Julie Galassini

 The Mental Health Counselors of Central Florida, (MHCCF),  is a chapter of The Florida Mental Health Counselors Association (FMHCA).

FMHCA is a chapter of The American Mental Health Counselors Association, (AMHCA).

To learn more about FMHCA and AMHCA, please visit their websites:

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