Counseling Awareness Month

Spread the Word on Social Media

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Download our Social media kit which includes sharable graphics for:

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

Spread the word on all platforms using #TexasCounselorsCare. Add to your post by telling the world why counselors and the services they provide are important!

Use our custom profile frame for Facebook

Show your support by using our custom Counseling Awareness Month Facebook profile picture frame.

#TexasCounselorsCare Twitter Contest (4/6 - 4/24)

This contest is extended through Friday, April 24! Have the chance to win a $50 Amazon virtual gift card by participating in our #TexasCounselorsCare contest on Twitter!

  • Download our Counseling Awareness Month poster and write what you want to share (If you don't have a printer, download the poster and fill it our electronically!)
  • Take a picture with your poster and post to Twitter.
  • When you post, make sure you do the following things:

Contest starts on Monday April, 6 at 9 am and runs through Friday, April, 10 at 3 pm. At the end of the contest, a winner will be randomly selected to receive a FREE $50 Amazon gift card. 



Where do Professional Counselors Work?

Counselors work in a variety of settings and provide to support to people of all ages!

  • LPCs and LMFTs in private practice
  • Professional school counselors at elementary and secondary schools
  • Counselors on college campuses
  • Counselors who work in Criminal justice settings; at community mental health centers, hospitals, nursing homes and managed care facilities

Are you looking for help? Use our member directory to find a professional near you.

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Helpful Articles

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TCA's Statement on Professional Counselors and COVID-19