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DON’T FALL OFF YOUR CHAIR: CONSENSUAL NONMONOGAMY EXPLAINED
What does a consensual, nonmonogamous relationship look like? How can therapists best support the health and well-being of clients who are in nonmonogamous relationships? Stephanie Buehler, MPW, PsyD, CST-S, discusses current best practice.
REOPENING PANDORA’S BOX: A MODERN PERSPECTIVE ON HOW WE CONCEPTUALIZE AND TREAT INFIDELITY
Infidelity recovery expert Talal H. Alsaleem, PsyD, LMFT, discusses the cultural, individual and relational factors that contribute to infidelity, and ways for clinicians to help clients heal after an affair.
THE 51-49% FACTOR: THE OPTIMAL ENERGETIC BALANCE IN AN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP
Daniel Linder, LMFT, discusses the optimal balance in relationships between the emotional energy spent on self-love and the emotional energy spent on love for another.
"AB 5” AND THE INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR PSYCHOTHERAPIST IN CALIFORNIA
CAMFT’s Deputy Executive Director, Cathy Atkins, JD, discusses changes to California law, and the new test employers must use to determine if their independent contractors classification is legally permissible.
STAYING OUT OF TROUBLE: LEGAL AND ETHICAL REMINDERS FOR CLINICAL SUPERVISORS
Reviewing the commonly encountered legal and ethical issues that clinical supervisors face, CAMFT attorney Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW, offers helpful legal and ethical reminders regarding the supervision of pre-licensed marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers and professional clinical counselors.
A PSYCHOTHERAPIST’S BASIC GUIDE TO MEDI-CAL AND RESOURCES FOR NAVIGATING THE SYSTEM
Offering important information and resources for Medi-Cal providers, CAMFT attorney Sara Jasper, JD, explains Medi-Cal’s behavioral health care system, recent changes to the provider enrollment process, and the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) initiative.
PATHWAYS TO BECOMING A MEDI-CAL PROVIDER
This article demonstrates the different pathways available to LMFTs and Registered Associate MFTs who are interested in working with clients in the Medi-Cal behavioral health system.