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AMHCA Publishes NBFE Article on How Counselors Can Play a Role in Addressing Police Violence and Burnout

06 Oct 2020 11:39 PM | Dr. Aaron Norton (Administrator)

The death of George Floyd in May 2020, as well as numerous other violent and tragic encounters with police caught on camera, have sparked increased awareness and interest in police violence, racial injustice, and the need for police reform.  In addition to implicit racial bias and systemic racism, police burnout has been cited as one contributor to police violence, and police burnout may be rising currently in relation to increased demands on police officers during periods of civil unrest, especially in larger metropolitan areas.  Three of NBFE's Certified Forensic Mental Health Evaluators co-authored an article published in the Spring 2020 issue of the American Mental Health Counselors Association's The Advocate Magazine on how clinical mental health counselors can play a role in addressing this issue.  Click here to read it!

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