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For my February column, as the 2020 CAMFT Board of Directors ballots are being prepared to mail to voting members, I’d like to talk about the L word: leadership. Becoming a leader in CAMFT is a great way to contribute to the profession as well as develop your own skills.
I think of leadership as an aspect of Erikson’s model of development, as part of generativity vs. stagnation. Becoming a leader is about generating a clear vision that will make a difference for CAMFT and for the profession.
Here are just a few ways that volunteer leaders shape CAMFT’s efforts:
Want to add your voice and expertise? There are a number of ways for you to get involved with CAMFT as a leader:
CAMFT is grateful for each of our volunteers. We couldn’t do what we do without your help. I’d like to personally extend a big “thank you” to all of the members who volunteer with CAMFT! We are grateful for your service!
I encourage each of you to consider becoming a CAMFT leader by volunteering. And please vote in the current election to select CAMFT’s next group of leaders.
Nabil El-Ghoroury, Ph.D., CAE
email@example.com | Twitter: @drnabil
To learn more about CAMFT's government liaison, Jennifer Alley, Click here.
CAMFT needs your input! Click here to take our AB5 Impact Survey.
Click here for clarification on this upcoming mandate for all MFTs.
Register today to attend CAMFT’s Annual Conference—April 30-May 2, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove, CA.
CAMFT offers workshops online for continuing education. Purchase and watch at your convenience in the comfort of your home.
Click here for updates on CAMFT’s premier magazine, including 2020 issue topics.
Join us at CAMFT Connects on February 21st.
Click here to see the 2020 slate of Candidates and read their statements
Watch our FaceBook Live Webinar and view the proposed Bylaws revisions here.
To read the January 2020 Issue, click here.
Ballots will be sent to members soon and are due on or before March 19, 2020. More Information.
The deadline to submit an article is April 1, 2020. here.
CAMFT PUBLISHES SUPERVISION STATEMENT
NEW AND IMPROVED APPLICATIONS GIVE YOU EXAMPLES AND TIPS!
The Continuing Education Provider Approval (CEPA) Team has been hard at work updating the Initial, First and Three-Year applications adding helpful examples and giving you time-saving tips! Check out how easy it is now at:
CEPA AT CLC!
CE Provider Approval - Keep your Chapter Provider Status in Compliance will be presented twice at the upcoming Chapter Leadership Conference on Saturday, February 22nd at 1:15pm and 2:45pm. You will not want to miss this fun and informative workshop—with GAMES and PRIZES!
WELCOME NEW CEPA PROVIDERS!
EVER THOUGHT ABOUT BECOMING A CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER?
See why your peers decided to apply with CAMFT:
NEW PROVIDER BILLING CYCLE MAKES YOUR DUE DATE EASIER TO REMEMBER!
To make it easier on our Providers, CEPA made improvements to our billing cycle. Starting January 2020, all Providers will be due on the 1st of the month that they were Initially Approved. For instance, if you were Initially Approved on 2/17/2019, then you’re billing date is now 2/1/2020. For those whose billing date is different from their Initial Approved date, your next Invoice will take that into account, and bring you current with your Initial Approved date
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