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Become an Approved Supervisor

Join the ranks by becoming an AAMFT Approved Supervisor AAMFT Approved Supervisors are dedicated professionals who have obtained the educational, experiential and supervisory training required for the competent supervision of marriage and family therapists and trainees. Those who have earned the designation serve as mentors who support and nurture their supervisees’ strengths and resources, and provide a learning environment that ensures thorough marriage and family therapy (MFT) training and education. The standards and responsibilities for earning and maintaining the Approved Supervisor designation are outlined in the Approved Supervisor Designation Standards and Responsibilities Handbook, October 2007. The handbook contains information and applications needed to become an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and to maintain the designation. It includes guidelines for the performance of supervision responsibilities by AAMFT Approved Supervisors and candidates for the designation. AAMFT Approved Supervisors should refer to this handbook, or any revision hereafter, for a complete description of the standards, responsibilities, and guidelines for marriage and family therapy supervision. You may download a PDF version of the entire handbook below. Downloadable PDFs require Adobe Acrobat Reader. That program may be downloaded for FREE from the Adobe Web site. Click here to download a PDF of the Approved Supervisor Designation Handbook, October 2007. Other resource links for AS’s will be provided separately

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