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TACKLING BURNOUT DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC
CAMFT Past-President Katie Vernoy, LMFT, explores therapist burnout and ways to manage the extreme stress many therapists are facing.
THERAPIST USE OF SELF
In the therapy room, the therapist and client can’t help but impact one another as human beings, explains veteran therapist Kaye Bishop, LMFT.
THERAPY IN THE AGE OF POLITICAL HOSTILITY
Heather Valentine, LMFT and Academic Counselor, shares her personal and professional journey to engage in healing both in and out of the office during tumultuous times.
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE REVISED CAMFT CODE OF ETHICS: PART III
Staff Attorney Michael Griffin, JD, LCSW, discusses various changes to the CAMFT Code of Ethics, focusing on substantive revisions to sections 9-13 of the Code. This article is part III of a three-part series regarding the revised Code of Ethics.
REMINDERS AND TIPS FOR LMFTs SUBJECT TO THE 21ST CENTURY CURES ACT
This article offers reminders and tips for LMFTs who find themselves subject to the 21st Century Cures Act and who seek further guidance on how to handle patient requests for access to electronic health information and electronic health records.
NOMINATIONS FOR CAMFT HONORS AND AWARDS
Nominations are now being accepted by the Honors Committee for the Mary Riemersma Distinguished Clinical Member Award, Honorary Distinguished Member Award, Clark Vincent Award, and School or Agency Award.
CAMFT SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANT AVAILABLE
CAMFT’s Educational Foundation is offering three scholarships and one grant. Students pursuing a degree in marriage and family therapy, Associate MFTs, or MFTs conducting research or pursuing advanced education are eligible to apply.