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SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? RETHINKING OFFICE SPACE
Past CAMFT President, Patricia Ravitz, LMFT, contemplates both clinical and personal reasons behind her decision to reimagine her office space.
OPENING THE COUNSELING ROOM DOOR: THE PROMISE OF WILDERNESS THERAPY
What is Wilderness Therapy, and is it a true clinical modality? Will Dobud, MSW, answers these questions and more.
INTERSUBJECTIVE SYSTEMS THERORY: CHANGING THE WAY YOU WORK WITH BPD
Zoe Crook, AMFT, describes how looking at the intersubjective relationship dynamics within the therapeutic dyad can help therapists be more effective with clients struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE REVISED CAMFT CODE OF ETHICS: PART II
by Mike Griffin, JD, LCSW, Staff Attorney
This article discusses the recent changes to the Code of Ethics, focusing on substantive revisions to sections 5-8 of the Code. It is the second of a three-part series in The Therapist regarding this topic.
A NEW WAY OF LIFE: THE ETHICS OF EMBRACING THE OUTDOORS
by Kristin W. Roscoe, JD, Staff Attorney
In these physically-distant times, therapists and patients alike are seeking alternative ways of connecting with patients beyond telehealth. In this article CAMFT Staff Attorney Kristin W. Roscoe, J.D., guides MFTs through the legal and ethical issues that arise when conducting walk and talk therapy.
LETS TALK ABOUT SEXT
by Luke Martin, MBA, JD, Staff Attorney
As technology has evolved, the law has remained somewhat stagnant on the subject of minor sexting. The Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act must be interpreted with this modern problem and therapists must figure out when a mandatory report is needed. This article will review various situations and illustrate how a minor change will impact the responsibilities of the therapist.
GRASSROOTS AND CAMFT MEMBERS
CAMFT's State Government Affairs Specialist Jennifer Alley discusses how CAMFT members can use Grassroots strategies to create change.
CALL FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS
The CAMFT Nominating Committee is looking for nominees to fill Board of Directors vacancies for the term beginning June 1, 2021. The deadline for applications is October 23, 2020.