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Contribute to the legislative efforts and successes of CAMFT. With easy-to-use online tools, CAMFT has many ways for you to help move our pro-MFT efforts forward.
CAMFT’s Innaugural Pre-Licensee Conference and Job Fair. Students, Trainees, and Associates—this day is for YOU! Saturday, September 14, 2019, at Pepperdine University in Malibu.
Did you know that as a marriage and family therapist, psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, licensed professional clinical counselor, or individual working toward those licenses, you are able to join the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists? CAMFT is a statewide professional organization with over 32,000 members and a vast array of resources and benefits!
CAMFT’s online Job Board connects our 32,000+ licensed and pre-licensed marriage and family therapist members with daily job postings for employment and internships. Reach the most qualified candidates by posting an ad for as little as $30.
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CAMFT members now have a one-stop, on-demand learning library with access to many valuable and essential continuing education (CE) courses and articles designed to assist in fulfilling CE hours on topics vital to mental health professionals.
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The answers to your legal, ethical, and licensure related questions are only a phone call away! As a member of CAMFT, you can contact us during regular business hours to obtain swift, accurate, and reliable information on legal, ethical, and licensure issues.
CAMFT issues a public statement to caution against naming mental illness as the primary cause of gun violence and mass shootings. Although mental health care resources should be improved and supported in California and throughout the country, naming mental illness as the cause for violence is stigmatizing and unhelpful.
Join CAMFT and partners in health care for a Lobby Action in Sacramento to urge the Legislature to amend Assembly Bill 5 and allow marriage and family therapists to continue to work as Independent Contractors.
Mental health experts at CAMFT appeal to the current administration to end the policy of separating children from their families immediately and to allocate more resources to reunite children and families who have been torn apart by the United States government.
This statement was released in conjunction with a letter sent from CAMFT Executive Director Nabil El-Ghoroury, PhD, CAE to the Secretary of Homeland Security.