CFAMFT is committed to providing quality professional development programs directed towards individual, couple and family mental health issues with a systems perspective. These programs enable our members to keep pace with current clinical and research practices, legal and regulatory practices, and licensure requirements. We invite you to share your expertise and knowledge with your colleagues as we launch into 2020!
The 2020 CFAMFT Call for Proposals is now open! CFAMFT seeks quality programs focusing on topics related to individual, couple and family mental health issues encompassing a systems perspective. Please consider sharing your clinical expertise, professional training and best practices with colleagues in your professional community.
The DEADLINE for submission midnight August 15, 2019.
Decision and scheduling notification is September 15, 2019
CFAMFT meets from 9:00-10:30am the first Thursday of each month at the First United Methodist Church in Winter Park, Florida
We invite all proposals related to:
- Advancing the counseling profession and the practice of relationship and family therapy.
- Collaborative, creative and effective strategies/best practices for meeting the needs of individuals, couples and families in a variety of settings.
- Effective techniques to address societal concerns and current issues impacting families including but not limited to returning military, economically disadvantages populations and specific populations.
- Cutting edge approaches or research related to the field of relationship and family therapy.
NOTE: Audience includes Mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists, counselor educators, registered interns, graduate students and other professionals. They work in a variety of settings including social service agencies, private clinics, hospital, universities, and independent practices.