The Idaho Mental Health Counselors Association (IMHCA) is dedicated exclusively to the needs of clinical mental health counselors. Membership in IMHCA is multidisciplinary and open to licensed professional counselors, counselor educators, and counseling students who have an interest in the advancement of the mental health counseling profession. The Idaho Mental Health Counselors Association is a division of the Idaho Counseling Association (ICA) and a state chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA).
IMHCA Vision Statement
The Idaho Mental Health Counselors Association, with the consistent standards of education, training, licensing, practice, and ethics, will be the state organization representing: Licensed Mental Health Providers, Licensed Professional Counselors, and other licensed clinical mental health clinicians recognized by the association. This is accomplished through empowering counselors with the knowledge, skills, and resources to promote their success in the profession.
Idaho Mental Health Counseling Association is beyond pleased to announce that one of our very own has been nominated the Idaho Counselor’s Association Counselor of the Year.
Nichole Jordan is not only an IMHCA member. She has volunteered diligently for years as our Treasurer for the association. We are very lucky to have her guidance, input, and moxie. Our community has greatly benefited from her dedication, expertise, and big heart.
A few words that described Nichole: Compassionate, “says it like it is”, amazing heart, responsible, ethical, conscientious, invaluable, deep, helpful, conscientious, dependable, well respected, calm, thoughtful, role model, open hearted, caring, expert, integrity, professional, kind
Thank you, Nichole, for making the world brighter.
Welcome from the President
Thank you for visiting the Idaho Mental Health Counselors Association’s website. My name is Michelle Hopkins and I am the current IMHCA president. I look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most supportive and dedicated counselors this state has to offer. In the coming year my vision is to carry on the efforts put forth by the hardworking presidents before me such as valuable ethics trainings, website improvements, and membership benefits.
As we work to deliver some of the great benefits of being an IMHCA member, I encourage any and all feedback. If you feel as passionate about mental health counselors as we do and are looking for ways to get involved, let us know!