Welcome to Teneo, AAMFT’s online learning system. Teneo means “to understand” in Latin and this system is designed to help you do just that. Providing you access to hours of online education related to various topics with a focus on systems and relational therapies, Teneo is a great resource for MFTs and other mental health professionals seeking continuing education credits.

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2015 Code of Ethics: Emerging Issues in MFT PracticeCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Waymon R. Hinson, PhD; James P. Morris, PhD This webinar will provide attendees with information about the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard III: Professional Responsibility; Standard VI: Technology-Assisted Professional Services; Standart VII: Professional Evaluations Lead presenter, Waymon Hinson, PhD, will be joined by Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions Standards III, as well as the new additions to the Code, Standard VI and Standard VII, and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice.1.5L926
2015 Code of Ethics: Managing Information in the Practice...CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): James P. Morris, PhD This webinar will provide attendees with information about the revisions to the Preamble in the AAMFT Code of Ethics, as well as the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard II: Confidentiality; Standard V: Research and Publication; Standart IX: Advertising Lead presenter, James Morris, PhD, will be joined by Waymon Hinson, PhD, and Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions to the Preamble and these Standards and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice.1.5L925
2015 Code of Ethics: Responsibilities to Clients and Sup...CE Credits: 1.50 Lead presenter, Dale Bertram, PhD, will be joined by Waymon Hinson, PhD, and Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions to these Standards and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice. This webinar will provide attendees with information about the revisions to the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard I: Responsibility to Clients Standard IV: Responsibility to Students and Supervisees Standard VIII: Financial Arrangements1.5L924
Adolescent and Family Therapy: Evidence Based TreatmentCE Credits: 4.50 Speaker(s): Howard A. Liddle, EdD Therapists often view evidence-based therapies with skepticism or trepidation. Some consider these approaches as irrelevant to real world clinical work. Addressing these issues head-on and in a practical way, this presentation describes a modular approach to understanding and using an evidence-based treatment. Using a new training video, the presentation illustrates the four core modules of multidimensional family therapy (MDFT), an evidence-based approach for adolescents. We cover the needed knowledge base, change theory, clinical methods, and desirable during-treatment processes within the adolescent, parent, family, and extrafamilial modules of MDFT.4.5L1502
Advancing the Profession: Integrating Common FactorsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Eli A. Karam, PhD; Adrian J. Blow, PhD This workshop will focus infusing a common factors (CF) approach into MFT training and professional development. Participants will understand the clinical and empirical rationale behind a moderate CF perspective, see several examples of established common factor courses in COAMFTE masters and doctoral programs, and learn specific CF teaching, supervisory, and clinical strategies related to MFT Core Competencies.2L1736
Affirming Bisexuality: Individual & Relational TherapyCE Credits: 3.00 This session will explore the meaning and requisites of affirmative therapy, increase participants’ understanding of the bisexual identity, and discuss clinical considerations for working with bisexual clients individually and relationally. Participants will reflect upon personal experiences, beliefs, and assumptions, contemplate the distinctive experiences of bisexual people, and apply this insight to recognize and meet the therapeutic needs of bisexual clients.3L1525
Alcohol Problems in Intimate RelationshipsCE Credits: 4.00 This course is a resource for marriage and family therapists, who in their clinical work are likely to see clients who are experiencing, or are at-risk of experiencing, alcohol-related problems. Participants will read the book "Alcohol Problems in Intimate relationships: Identification and Intervention - A Guide for Marriage and Family Therapists" by Linda J. Roberts, Ph.D. and Barbara S. McCrady, Ph.D. After reading the text, participants will return to this site to take the online test. Book sold seperately.4L700
Alzheimer's Review: Coping with Losing a Loved OneCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Terry D. Hargrave, PhD This webinar provides an overview of Alzheimer’s in the United States as well as effective treatment strategies to help families cope with the diagnosis, loss, and grief. Therapeutic methods of life review and life validation as well as reconciliation will be discussed and demonstrated through discussion and role-plays.1.5L918
Applying Harm Reduction to Couple and Family TherapyCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Demetrius Marcoulides Harm reduction is a client-guided, practical, and flexible framework that therapists can apply to families dealing with drug use. This non-judgmental approach is an alternative to traditional AA/NA models and helps family members collaborate on goal setting while creating buy-in and engagement in therapeutic processes. This workshop will define harm reduction, apply it to MFT, and introduce techniques for practice.1.5L1504
Becoming Better Therapists: Intervention Science in MFTCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Ryan B. Seedall, PhD; Adrian J. Blow, PhD; Karen S. Wampler, PhD; Andrea K. Wittenborn, PhD; Guy S Diamond, PhD; Quintin Hunt, MS There is a substantial amount of high quality, clinically-relevant intervention science occurring within MFT. This workshop will highlight some of that great work that is being done and how it can enhance clinical effectiveness. Specifically, it will feature a panel of five MFT scholars who will summarize their intervention work while also identifying the many potential avenues for additional research.2L1727
Best Practices in Online Practice of Family TherapyCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD In this webinar to further explore the guidelines, Dr. Ben Caldwell will describe the work of the Online Therapy workgroup, and how the group was able to develop such clear and specific guidelines for MFTs working online. He'll review how those best practices can be used to develop or update an online practice. Finally, he will respond to member questions about online couple and family therapy. If you are working online now, are planning to start soon, or are considering the possibility for your future, this webinar will help you understand the steps that go along with working online.1L1706
Between Two WorldsCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): John Bul Dau Upon arriving to the States in 2001, John Bul Dau was quickly thrust into the complications of the American life. With keen insight, Dau will share the cultural and material differences he faced upon arrival to the U.S. He recounts the shock of his tribal culture colliding with life in America and the challenges of making a new life for himself while keeping one eye on Sudan. He will help us understand the struggles many first generation refugees face and how participants can help refugees adjust to life in a new country.1LKEYNOTE8
Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies for MFTsCE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): Michael G. Pipich, MS Bipolar disorder patients wait an average of nearly 10 years for proper treatment. In this presentation, participants will learn bipolar diagnostic applications and a three-phase approach to bipolar therapy. Techniques to treat denial and improve acceptance among bipolar patients and families are presented, along with collaborative and educational models to improve treatment outcomes towards long term disease management.4L1710
Bridging Two Worlds: MFTs and Pediatric OncologyCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Morgan Stinson, Andrea Meyer, Bowden Templeton, Deepu George, and Anna Hernandez With the substantial growth of medical family therapy (MedFT), there remains a need for specialized training in unique medical settings. MedFTs often struggle with how to infuse brief systemic work, adapt to patients needs, while also collaborating with a variety of healthcare providers. This workshop discusses key strategies and relevant interventions for working in a pediatric oncology setting.1L1720
Building a Solid Base for Practicing in a Healthcare SettingCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD Attendees looking to collaborate more with medical providers or seek employment in medical settings will want to attend this anchoring workshop. Foundational theories and frameworks will be presented that support successful integration with medical providers. Critical differences in medical and mental health cultures known to impact successful integration will be clarified. Attendees will learn about a continuum that helps track the ways they build and expand their practices and skills.1.5L1711
Building International Relationships in Family TherapyCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Marisol Garcia, PhD; Teresa P. McDowell, EdD; Andrae L. Brown, PhD; Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe, PhD In this workshop, presenters will discuss their work in developing collaborative and long-term relationships with family therapy and counseling professionals in countries located in the global south. Presenters will also discuss a framework for professional collaboration across cultures; core elements of the family therapy field; and consider how culture, politics, history, and economics influence the process of sharing work across cultural groups.2L204
Building Pathways of Success for Latinas in MFTCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Laura M. Ganci, MS; Shelley Green, PhD This workshop will describe a recently conducted original study that was designed to explore the lived experience of Latinas training in MFT. Participants will learn about the wide range of complex, rich, and sometimes challenging experiences of Latinas as they aim to succeed in academia, how gender and the Latino culture play a role, and implications for training.2L1619
Building ResiliencyCE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): Kathleen C. Laundy, PsyD; Barbara S. Bennett, MS; Michelle A. Ciak, MS Families and schools are where children experience the major part of their childhood and where children learn resiliency. Multidisciplinary school teams help boost that resiliency. MFTs are now becoming school certified, and can offer unique and valuable contributions to school teams to help foster resiliency and achievement. This institute will illustrate how MFTs have joined multidisciplinary school teams to boost student achievement since certification, and will provide participants with ideas about how to boost certification initiatives in their divisions.4L104
Christians Doing Marriage and Family TherapyCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Christopher M. Habben Too often, "Christian" is used as an adjective modifying "therapy" rather than as a noun attending to the person of a therapist. This workshop will endeavor to offer a model of conducting therapy consistent with broad Christian assumptions, considerate of ethical obligations, consciously aware of religious injury experienced by others, and sensitive to the multiverse of spiritual experiences.1.5L914
Clean, Count, and Check: Family-Based Approach to OCDCE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Kenneth W. Phelps, PhD Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental illness where individuals are plagued by intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors. This workshop will review the role of the family system in remediating challenging symptomatology. A summary of evidence-based treatment for childhood OCD will be provided, as well as application of family therapy concepts to traditional exposure therapy via the 6Es model.2.5L1624
Client Feedback in Supervision: Innovation in TrainingCE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): William M. Pinsof, PhD; Jennifer L. McComb, PhD; Rachel M. Diamond, PhD Using client feedback in supervision provides supervisors access to important information about trainees’ clinical work. This seminar will discuss the development of a client-report change measure (the Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change), and provide a rationale for its use in supervision. Findings from a mixed methods study will highlight the facilitators and constraints to implementation and inform recommendations for use.3L922
Collaborative Care of Maltreated YouthCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Mr. Bruce J. Burkland, MA; Cindy Knight; Thomas D. Concannon, M.A.M.F.T .; Chris Moll This session will focus on Marriage and Family Therapists developing relationships between clients, professionals, and agencies involved in the treatment of maltreated children and their families. The workshop will include a review of the importance of relationship, explore how relationship building happens in the clinical setting and parallel processes throughout the system, and identify how to put practices into action.2L304
Collaborative Practice with FamiliesCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Heather Farineau; Armeda Stevenson Wojciak, PhD; Cassandra G. Lettenberger-Klein, PhD; Cicely W. Brantley; Sarah B. Woods, PhD; Lenore M. McWey, PhD This interactive workshop will focus on working with families involved with the child welfare system. Exploration of challenges and strategies to overcome these challenges using the systemic lens MFTs are trained with will be presented. Presenters will employ perspectives of therapists, child welfare workers, and clients to emphasize best practices for working with families and the child welfare system.1.5L404
Competencies in Family Therapy with Transgender ClientsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Heather Ambrose; Hollie Hancock The transgender population has largely been ignored by clinical research. Individuals are identifying as transgendered at younger ages, therefore therapists must become aware of clinical competencies needed to assist these individuals and their families in the transition process. Participants will learn competencies needed for therapists working with transgender clients and their families, and best practices associated with positive transitions.2L1511
Couples' Experience of Military DeploymentCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Adrian J. Blow, PhD; Lisa A. Gorman, PhD; Angela J. Huebner, PhD This presentation will focus on the experiences of couples through a military deployment and reintegration after they return home. Drawing from in-depth qualitative interviews of military couples, the presenters will describe in detail the stories of deployment reported by these couples and the relevance of these stories for prevention and intervention efforts conducted by therapists who work with these couples.1.5L1515
Coupling within Context: Black Men and Women in TherapyCE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Christiana I. Awosan, PhD With the drop in marriage rates and raise in singlehood among Black men and women, this population are said to be the most uncoupled group in the United States. This seminar will explore difficulties Black men and women face in coupling. Effective clinical strategies for strengthening relational bonds and moving past the shame connected to racial trauma will be provided. Strong language used. Purchase discretion advised.3L1530
Creating Recovery - One Laugh at a TimeCE Credits: 1.00 In this hilarious presentation, award-winning counselor and stand-up comic David Granirer, who has depression, will do a comedic performance about his mental health journey and describe the work he does for Stand Up For Mental Health, his award-winning program teaching comedy to people with mental health issues. You'll get to see firsthand how he creates recovery - one laugh at a time! *Viewer discretion is advised for strong language and content*1LKEY174
Creating the Anti-depressant Family: What Families...CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Michael D. Yapko, PhD The rate of depression is rising in the United States and elsewhere around the world.Ê According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is currently the fourth greatest cause of human suffering and disability. This webinar presentation will explore the substantial evidence that depression is much more a social than medical problem. Despite the popularity of antidepressants, there are things that no amount of medication can do, including building the skills necessary to function well as individuals and as a family. Dr. Yapko will identify how depression distorts family life, and how to address the various aspects of family life tainted by depression realistically. Designing and delivering experiential processes specific to treating depression within an interpersonal framework will be explored in depth. Finally, we will consider the issue of prevention and what MFTs can do to help stem the rising tide of depression in families.1L001
Cultural Neuroscience: Child and Adolescent Brain DevelopmntCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Manijeh Daneshpour, PhD; Iman Dadras, PhD Cultural neuroscience has the potential to shed light on how social and cultural contexts interact with brain development. Drawing on insights from psychology, sociology, and anthropology this presentation focuses on children and adolescent brain and discusses cultural context of neuroscience research to examine critical ways that marriage and family therapists can utilize this information in working with families.2L511
Culturally Adapted Parent Intervention for Latinos/asCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Ruben Parra-Cardona, PhD; Michael R. Whitehead, Ph.D.; Ana-Rocio Escobar-Chew, PhD; Gabriela A Lopez-Zeron; Sara N. Lappan Ethnic minorities are exposed to intense mental health disparities. This workshop will present findings from a 4-year NIMH-funded study focused on the cultural adaptation of an evidence-based parenting intervention for Latino Immigrants. Participants will also be exposed to the core components of the adapted intervention and will discuss how cultural adaptation can reduce health disparities in research and clinical practice.1.5L917
Dating, Mating & Marrying in the Age of Social MediaCE Credits: 1.50 Apps, texts, status updates and profiles - we communicate, socialize and even date via our social media networks. But what are we missing while we wait for the next text or update? What do we miss out on if we're always logged in? In this webinar, Dr. Alexandra H. Solomon will discuss how our digital age has added enormous complexity to relational communication and romance. Dr. Solomon will provide participants with information and ideas about how to help individuals and couples use social media to enhance and expand their love lives, not replace them. 1.5L928
Demystifying Writing for Publication in MFTCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Fred P. Piercy, PhD; Hoa N. Nguyen This workshop is intended for those who wish to be successful in writing for publication in the field of marriage and family therapy. We will demystify the publication process as well as the thinking and skills necessary for participants to be successful, published authors of scholarly MFT articles.2L408
Depth in Brief Therapy: Awareness Integration ModelCE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Ms. Foojan Zeine, MFT Every human being has the capability of living a fulfilled life, yet one’s childhood experiences repeatedly sabotages learning and utilizing new skills to obtain and maintain being fulfilled. This seminar will explore Awareness Integration Model, a structured brief therapy approach that utilizes deepening techniques to release negative core beliefs, emotional charges, set goals and action plans toward the desired results.2.5L923
Diagnosing Mood, Trauma, and Anxiety Disorders with the DSMCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Diane R. Gehart, PhD As part of AAMFT’s training series, join our expert host, Diane Gehart, PhD as we review changes to the new DSM-5 and their effect on diagnosing mood, trauma, anxiety, and related disorders.1.5L625
Discernment Counseling for Couples Considering DivorceCE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): William J. Doherty, PhD; Steven M. Harris, PhD Couples and therapists often get stuck when spouses show up uncertain about whether to try therapy, let alone whether to stay married. This institute will present a field-tested protocol for “discernment counseling” that helps couples explore the decision about divorcing or trying a course of therapy and other services to see if they restore their marriage to health. *No handouts are available for this course*4L109
Doing Well While Doing Good: What You Can Do as a MFTCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Anne H. Rambo, PhD; Tommie V. Boyd, PhD The master's degree in marriage and family therapy is a highly marketable degree in a variety of settings, yet recent graduates are at times unaware of their options. Participants will learn the results of a nationwide survey of MFT graduates and hear about a wide range of of employment possibilities. The presenters will discuss career tracks, pros and cons of each, and how to access opportunities nationwide.1.5L1507
Don't Think, but Observe: SFBT and Buddhist Well-BeingCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Mariana Falconier; Diane R. Gehart, PhD Mindfulness skills are used increasingly in therapy and can enhance wellbeing of clients and therapists. This presentation will explore integrating mindfulness and Buddhist psychology principles in solution-focused brief therapy and related postmodern approaches. This workshop will explore the points of connection and identify mindfulness-based applications for solution-oriented therapy.2L909
DSM-5: An Introduction for MFTsCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Diane R. Gehart, PhD The DSM-5, released in the spring of 2013, has resulted in many changes to the way that diagnoses are done. This webinar provides an introduction to the new DSM for MFTs including a history of the changes and the future direction of diagnosis. It reviews the re-organization of the manual and the new specifier and ICD codes. Viewers will receive an introduction to level-1 and level-2 cross cutting assessments as well as cultural formation and gender/cultural considerations in the new manual. The perfect introduction to the DSM-5 for MFTs!1.5L002
DSM-5: Diagnosing Children and AdolescentsCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Diane R. Gehart, PhD The DSM-5, released in spring 2013, resulted in many changes to the way that diagnoses are done. To help navigate these new changes, AAMFT developed a series of training webinars where our expert host, Diane Gehart, PhD, leads you through the most important aspects for MFTs and answers your questions! This webinar reviews autism spectrum disorder, learning disorders, ADHD, conduct and oppositional defiant disorders, eating disorders, and psychotic disorders.1.5L005
DSM-5: Diagnosing Substance and Somatic DisordersCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Diane R. Gehart, PhD As part of AAMFT's training series, join our expert host, Diane Gehart, PhD as we review changes to the new DSM-5 and their effect on diagnosing substance and somatic disorders.1.5L004
Effective Use of Psychopharmacology for the MFTCE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): W. David Robinson, PhD; Adam C. Jones; Braden J. Brown; Nathan C Taylor; Paul R. Springer, PhD Many MFTs are still hesitant to recommend psychopharmacological agent to their clients. This is due partly to inadequate training in most MFT programs. The presenters will review the research behind combined (therapy and medications) for many of the common conditions MFTs see in their practice. We will also discuss the utilization of common medications and the common ethical concerns.3L1635
Effectively Working With Sexual Assault Void of BiasCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Samantha E. Heuwagen; Christopher K. Belous, PhD Why are some therapists afraid to tackle the complexities of working with sexual assault survivors and untangling the web of traumas? Through supervision, personal therapy, and discussions with colleagues, clinicians can overcome their own bias and limitations surrounding sex and sexual trauma. This presentation will encourage and discuss evidence based, sex positive approaches to working with sexual trauma.1L1719
EldercareCE Credits: 1.25 Speaker(s): Denise E. Flori, PhD This webinar will increase knowledge about eldercare providers as family members: Who they are, what they do, for how long and with what impact. The presenter will also review the challenges and experiences caregivers often face as an eldercare provider.1.25L006
Emotion-Deepening Techniques in Attachment-Based TherapyCE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Jody M. Russon, PhD; Guy S Diamond, PhD Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) uses attachment theory to facilitate conversations about core ruptures that are blocking parent-child trust. Emotion-deepening techniques are essential to creating meaningful change experiences in ABFT. In this workshop, presenters will use lecture, videotape, discussion and role-play activities to a) describe a metaframework for deepening emotions; and b) teach eight emotion-deepening techniques utilized in ABFT treatment tasks.2.5L1730
Emotional Focused Couples Therapy with Bipolar PartnerCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Regina Bordieri, PsyD; Sesen Negash, PhD Bipolar disorder is a serious mental illness causing unusually intense and dramatic shifts in mood and energy. Few systemic interventions exist for the treatment of bipolar disorder, despite its effect on family members. This presentation will identify the unique needs of couples coping with bipolar disorder and propose a modified version of Emotionally Focused Therapy for working with these couples.2L1514
Enhancing MFT Training: Clinical Feedback SystemsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Thomas L. Sexton, PhD; William F. Northey, PhD In this interactive and technology-focused workshop participants will see how a Clinical Feedback (CFS) System is used in varied MFT contexts. A live interactive demonstration of a CFS being used in COAMFTE training programs and in clinical demonstration projects will be highlighted for its utility in training, improvement of clinical outcomes, and research in developing Practice-based Evidence.2L1512
Ethical Issues and Strategies for Practice in HealthcareCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD Working in a healthcare setting means applying your ethical principles in different ways. In fact, some professions are developing separate codes of ethics just for their members who are practicing in integrated behavioral health care settings. This workshop will compare and contrast the multidisciplinary codes of ethics commonly found in healthcare settings and highlight opportunities for shared understanding and possible differences. Case scenarios written by MFTs who have practiced in medical settings for years will highlight some of the potential challenges and lessons learned.2L1728
Ethical Issues for MFT Practice and SupervisionCE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Jeff Bryson, PhD; Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD; William F. Northey, PhD This panel presentation will explore contemporary ethical issues in emerging and evolving therapy contexts. Resources for remaining current will be provided. Topics will include: emotional support animals in therapy; tele-mental health considerations; values, politics, and activism in therapy; and combining therapy with non-therapy specializations (such as yoga, coaching, and personal training). Frequently asked questions and common causes of complaints will be reviewed.2.5L1731
Ethical Issues for MFT Practice: 2013CE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Mike Bishop, Sallie Campbell, Shelley Green, Jennifer Marsh, Roberta Graham This panel presentation will examine revisions to the AAMFT Code of Ethics and their implications for practice, describe how malpractice in MFT is determined, explore areas of high risk and liability that are most likely to result in ethical complaints, and examine the procedures involved in the process of responding to an ethical complaint made to the AAMFT Ethics Committee.3L603
Ethical Issues for MFT Practice: 2015CE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Michael S. Bishop, PhD; Shelley Green, PhD; Roberta J. Graham, MMFT; Steve E. Livingston, PhD; Jeff Bryson, PhD This panel presentation will examine revisions to the AAMFT Code of Ethics and implications for practice, describe how malpractice in MFT is determined, explore areas of high risk and liability that are most likely to result in ethical complaints, and examine the procedures involved in the process of responding to an ethical complaint made to the AAMFT Ethics Committee.3L1526
Ethics and Supervisee Technology UsageCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Kevin L. Allemagne, PhD; Katherine A. Hertlein, PhD The use of social media is increasing at an exponential rate. As a result, supervisors in MFT programs and clinical facilities have to address appropriate and professional use of technology and social media throughout the course of training. The presentation will present strategies for supervisors to educate their students on managing social media and identify relevant ethical codes to be considered on how to best manage the issues associated with effective practice.2L1506
Experiential Therapy in Eating DisordersCE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Mr. William Corrigan, MTS This seminar is about learning how to apply experiential methods in the treatment of people with eating disorders and their families. Action-oriented techniques from the Satir Model and Emotion Focused Therapy will be discussed and demonstrated with attendees’ participation. Role-plays, empty chair exercises, and sculpting, will be used to explore aspects of assessment and treatment.3L1527
Exploring the Horizon of MFTs GloballyCE Credits: 1.25 Speaker(s): Frank Dattilio In this era of globalization, marriage and family therapists have become connected to their international colleagues more than ever. While members of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy have been instrumental in developing innovative strides in research, education, training and practice, they have much to benefit from a collegial exchange with professionals in other parts of the world who are equally contributing innovative work in these four domains. 1.25LKEYNOTE9
Families and Health: A Biopsychosocial ApproachCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Sarah B. Woods, PhD; Jacob B. Priest, PhD This workshop will describe recent research findings linking close relationships and health, and the clinical implications of this research for family therapists. Applications of the Biobehavioral Family Model, a systemic, biopsychosocial approach to health, will be used to describe how best to navigate therapy with families with an ill child or adult family member.2L1631C
Families Living with ASD: Integrating MFT in SystemsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Brie A. Turns, PhD; Nicole P. Springer, PhD Families living with Autism typically seek services focusing on treatment for the diagnosed child, leaving the remaining family members to manage interpersonal struggles without sufficient support. This workshop will highlight key therapeutic competencies for working with the family, by applying systemic interventions to dynamics these families often face, and direct clinicians on how to collaborate with other systems of care.2L1513
Family Adaptations to Brain Injury: Thinking with SpeedbumpsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): James Ungvarsky and Sharon Trivette Working with families whose military member has experienced a mild or moderate traumatic brain injury (mTBI) presents unique challenges to the family therapist. Family members are concerned that “this isn’t the same person who left for deployment”. Therapists are often perplexed due to the intermittent and inconsistent behavioral and cognitive manifestations of an mTBI. This session explores the intersection of mTBI and PTSD and potential impacts on family interactions. It includes a fast-paced experiential activity allowing participants to gain insights from the brain injured perspective and offers proposed family interventions.2L1712
Family Medicine and Family Therapy: A Necessary UnityCE Credits: 5.00 Speaker(s): Deepu George; Matthew Martin; Leslie Allison; Morgan Stinson; Michele Smith; Steve Livingston Family medicine is a natural home for family therapists because of the focus on “the individual in the context of his or her family and community, and all the complexities it entails.” Our presentation will describe the world of family medicine residency primary care programs and 5 successful programs that have integrated family therapists as providers and educators. 5L1501
Family Therapy in Global Humanitarian ContextsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Laurie L. Charles, PhD; Catalina Perdomo; Deborah Healy; Daisy A Ceja; Kathryn Dunne; Kotia K Whitaker This workshop will focus on critical issues specific to the practice of family therapy within the humanitarian sphere. Presenters offer practical information and content specific to the training, supervision, and delivery of systemic family-based services where human rights and humanitarian intervention are part of the context, with a focus on making this work accessible across a variety of settings.2L1626
Family Treatment: Developmental DisabilitiesCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Jeffrey B. Jackson, PhD Parents of children with developmental disabilities report needing more attuned and effective family therapy services. This workshop will prepare participants to better serve families of children with severe developmental disabilities by understanding common stressors these families tend to face and using ambiguous loss as a treatment framework.2L1510
Finding Your Voice to Flourish and Advocate as Beginning MFTCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Jessica L. ChenFeng, PhD; Dana J. Stone, PhD This workshop will give voice to current students/interns through supportive discussions about challenges related to personal statuses including race, ethnicity, and gender, etc. with peers, faculty, supervisors, and clients on their journey to becoming an MFT. With increased self-awareness, therapists will be able to advance the profession with advocacy and outreach with diverse communities in need of clinical services.1.25L1509
Finding Your Voice to Flourish and Advocate as Beginning MFTCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Jessica ChenFeng and Dana Stone This workshop will give voice to current students/interns through supportive discussions about challenges related to personal statuses including race, ethnicity, and gender, etc. with peers, faculty, supervisors, and clients on their journey to becoming an MFT. With increased self-awareness, therapists will be able to advance the profession with advocacy and outreach with diverse communities in need of clinical services .1L1735
Fundamentals of Supervision - 15 Hour Online Didactic ONLY 15FUN2018B/REG
Gender Identity and Inclusivity in MFT PracticeCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Brittany L. Robinson, PhD; Ashley L. Landers, PhD; Noah E Gagner This workshop will be an in-depth exploration of ways that MFTs can provide culturally appropriate and inclusive services to individuals and family members who may be gender nonconforming or trans*. Gender identity inclusiveness in MFT practice will be at the core of this discussion, with specific terminology, marketing practice, and affirming language being suggested.1L1714
Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New LandscapeCE Credits: 1.00 Through in-depth interviews with over seventy young women and a wide range of psychologists, academics, and experts, Peggy Orenstein investigates the hidden truths, hard lessons, and important possibilities of girls’ sex lives in the modern world. Orenstein pursues a much broader agenda than the media attention given to campus rape and assault; she examines how contemporary culture, saturated in sexting, casual hook-ups, and internet porn, affects high school and college girls and the choices they make. What she discovered was often surprising, frequently upsetting, and always illuminating. These powerful findings open up a dialogue on a potent, often silent, subtext of American life today—giving you comprehensive and in-depth information with which to understand, and navigate, this complicated new world. Strong language used. Purchase discretion advised.1LKEY161
Guardians of the Galaxy: Guiding Youth through GriefCE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): Cadmona A. Hall, PhD; Heather L. Hay, PhD This institute will provide an overview of grief and loss with an emphasis on the unique grief reactions of children utilizing a developmental perspective. Participants will increase their knowledge base connected to theory, research, and practice of clinical work with bereaved youth and their families. The presentation will provide tools for facilitating a supportive environment in the context of grief.4L1613
Healthy Parents, Healthy Children...CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Denise Wilfley Dr. Denise Wilfley will offer a family-based approach to developing and sustaining healthy eating and lifestyle habits in children. Parents are key agents of change, and Dr. Wilfley will describe how they can engineer their home and social environments to optimize healthy weight regulation, encourage positive body esteem, and prevent excess weight gain and eating disorders.1.5LKEYNOTE3
High Conflict Divorce and Parenting: Current InterventionsCE Credits: 3.50 Speaker(s): Jeff Chang, PhD; William F. Northey, PhD; Between 5 and 10% of divorces with children can be defined as "high conflict," resulting in protracted litigation, excessive consumption of community resources, and most importantly, broken relationships, and a worsening of mental health problems. The presenters will describe the dynamics of high-conflict families, discuss ethical/legal issues, describe current intervention approaches, and focus on the self of the therapist.3.5L1709
How Technology will Radically Change MFT's FutureCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD Online service delivery is already impacting the field of family therapy, but has only made small inroads compared to what’s ahead. New technology is poised to revolutionize training, licensure, and research as well. This workshop will describe developing technologies and their potential impacts (positive and negative), with an emphasis on needed policy changes to keep MFTs on the cutting edge.2L1520
How to Approach Kink and Polyamory Clients in TherapyCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Angela L. Skurtu, MFT This webinar will help clinicians gain a basic understanding of Kink and Polyamorous lifestyles, a discussion about sexual ethics, and suggestions for how clinicians can offer the best quality care to these clients. In this presentation, Angela Skurtu will explore alternative lifestyles as a healthy form of sexual expression. In addition, she will cover issues such as coercion/manipulation, abuse versus sexual health, and how to help clients who are even considering such a life choice. Angela will discuss how clinicians can develop an accepting attitude. She also wants to help clinicians understand the topic enough that if they could see abuse coming, they could respectfully address this with a client who is a proponent of this lifestyle. 1L1700
I Have Something To Tell You: Conversations of Sexual AbuseCE Credits: 1.25 Speaker(s): Aaron M. Norton, PhD; Catherine V. Boynton, MS; Dolores M. Gonzalez; Jasmine N. Moore This workshop will help new and experienced therapists process childhood sexual abuse (CSA) in family therapy. It will review fundamental knowledge and techniques in working with child victims of sexual abuse using several art and drama therapy tools to increase their efficacy when working with families of children who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.1.25L1713
Incorporating Technology to Improve Your PracticeCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Kathleene A. Derrig-Palumbo, PhD Today's therapist is in the business of communication during an age in which communications have evolved. Adapting these new communication methods to the practice of therapy is almost necessitated by the demands of consumers who now are accustomed to these methods. Therapists should also to be aware of how technology is being used by potential clients to engage the services they need. Understanding how and where clients are seeking therapy referrals online allows therapists to reach out with marketing and advertising that is much more cost effective.1L1522
Integrating Neuroscience and Family Systems in AnxietyCE Credits: 5.00 Speaker(s): Glenn J. Veenstra, Jr., PhD Different aspects of anxiety are produced in the levels of brain functioning that develop as a child matures. Systemic interactions between these levels that contribute to anxiety disorders will be outlined and linked to the corresponding interpersonal interactions between parent and child. This knowledge will enable therapists to more effectively help clients with anxiety problems.5L113
Integration of DSM-5 Personality and Family FunctioningCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Glenn J. Veenstra, Jr., PhD Participants will learn to assess individual personality structure using the DSM-5 Levels of Personality Functioning that is the most innovative and foundational aspect of this latest revision. Strong parallels between family functioning models and the DSM-5 model will be outlined and used to provide a vision of how family system assessment could be integrated into future DSM revisions.2L405
Invisible Losses: Infertility, Pregnancy Loss, and GeneticsCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Vanessa R. Bradden, MSMFT; Michele L. Weiss, MSMFT Life is full of losses, many of which go unrecognized by others. The loss of the ability to conceive naturally, conceiving and then losing a pregnancy, sometimes multiple times, or discovering that your baby has a life-altering or even life-threatening genetic issue--these can all be invisible losses for couples. This webinar will examine the challenges that couples face in each of these scenarios and what we as practitioners can do to validate these losses for our clients. We will examine the problem systemically, look at assessment and intervention and discuss the best practices of helping our clients cope with these kinds of losses.1.5L929
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Apr 2015 Vol 41 No 2)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Family Therapy Education and Supervision; Homeless Families and Family Therapy; and Couple Therapy. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L813
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Apr 2016 Vol 42 No 2)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Attachment Over Time in Couple Therapy; Foster Parents; Data Designs; and more. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L817
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Apr. 2017;V.43, No 2)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L821
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (April 2012; V38, No2)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L806
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (April 2013;V.39,No 2)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L802
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan 2012; V.38, No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Marital, Family, and Couple Research; Couple and Family Interventions; Psychoeducation; and Education Research. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L807
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan 2014 Vol 40 No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Marital Satisfaction and Attachment; Evidence-Based Family Therapy; Research Training; Couples' Therapy; and Professional Development. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L808
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan 2015 Vol 41 No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education; Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients; Differentiation Across Cultures; and Behavioral Couple Therapy. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L812
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan 2016 Vol 42 No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Therapy and Social Control; Substance Abuse and the Family; and Attachment. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L816
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan. 2013;V.39,No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L803
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jan. 2017;V.43,No 1)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L820
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jul 2015 Vol 41 No 3)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy; Child and Adolescent Behavior; and Couple and Marital Therapy. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L814
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Jul 2016 Vol 42 No 3)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Couples Research; Self-Injury; Bariatric Surgery; Culture; and more. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L818
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (July 2012; V.38,No 3)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L805
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (July 2013; V.39,No 3)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L801
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Oct 2012; V.38, No 4)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L804
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Oct 2013; V.39, No 4)CE Credits: 5.00 As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L800
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Oct 2015 Vol 41 No 4)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: The Therapeutic Alliance; Medical Family Therapy; and International Family Therapy. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L815
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (Oct 2016 Vol 42 No 4)CE Credits: 5.00 This issue of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy includes articles in the following topics: Family Therapy Education; Enhancing Relationships; Interventions for Children; and more. As the most influential scholarly journal on family therapy, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy provides marriage and family therapists with an array of articles on research, theory, clinical practice, and training in the field. With that in mind, each issue of JMFT offers empirically sound research findings and the latest in clinical wisdom as it relates to a variety of couple and family concerns. After reading an issue of the journal; participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test.5L819
Keys to Building a Successful Private PracticeCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Tracey Ayers Today’s successful private practice is one that utilizes efficient and evidence based strategies to build, maintain and grow their practice. The thriving practice must adapt, change, and continue to redefine its relevance to clients and referral sources. This session will combine sound practice-building theory with practical how-to advice for those wanting to start a private practice in today’s climate.1L1521
Legal Guidelines for Family TherapistsCE Credits: 6.00 This book is a resource for marriage and family therapists who want to gain a better understanding of the legal guidelines that should inform their work both in private practice and agency settings. As state laws vary and can change quickly, this book does not provide definitive answers to every possible legal dilemma faced in a clinical practice. However it provides a through overview of generally accepted legal practice and raises the readers' awareness of the many situations in which legal and ethical concerns should be considered. After reading the text, participants will return to this site to purchase and take the online test. Book sold seperately.6L703
Love Wins: A Dialogue with Nelba Marquez-GreeneCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Nelba L. Marquez-Greene, MA; Michael L. Chafin, MEd In what has become an all too frequent occurrence, December 14, 2012 was a day rocked by violence as 20 elementary school students and 6 adult staff members lost their lives in the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. One of those children lost was 6-year old Ana, daughter of AAMFT Clinical Fellow Nelba Márquez-Greene. In the ensuing two and a half years, her life re-shaped by the tragic events, Ms. Márquez-Greene has been driven by her family motto “love wins” and a desire to ensure her daughter’s life is remembered twice as loudly as her death. Her journey has led her to every level of government, media, and the public to increase understanding and awareness to prevent violence and promote healing. Join us as AAMFT Past President Michael Chafin speaks with Nelba about her journey and ways she believes all mental health professionals can work to help prevent future tragedies.1.5LKEYNOTE10
Love, Hope, and ForgivenessCE Credits: 1.00 Kim Phuc Phan Thi was born and raised in a village near Saigon. In 1972, Americans and the South Vietnamese Airforce dropped napalm bombs on her village. Nine-year-old Phuc fled from a Buddhist pagoda, where she and her family were hiding. Two of her infant cousins did not survive the attack, and Phuc was badly burned. Phuc was photographed running down the road, screaming from the burns to her skin. Ut's photograph of Phuc remains one of the most unforgettable images of the Vietnam War. Phuc's incredible story was turned into a book called The Girl in the Picture and a documentary called Kim's Story: The Road from Vietnam. In light of Phuc's struggle, she established a foundation to further heal the wounds of war. The Kim Foundation International is a nonprofit organization committed to funding programs to heal children in war torn areas of the world. It is named for Phuc, who wants to give back what so many gave to her to contribute to her healing.1LKEY173
Making Private Practice a Thriving Career OptionCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Heather Holmgren and Carly Ostler Many MFT's dream of eventually settling in to private practice. However, workshops, books, online forums and other professionals point to the difficulty of successful practice building. This workshop will tackle the myths of private practice building and demonstrate the basics of successful practice building, including sharing "trade secrets" that can promote a thriving practice.1L1733
Market Your Practice to Primary Care PhysiciansCE Credits: 1.25 Speaker(s): Shelby L. Riley, MS Primary care physicians can be an excellent referral source for your practice by starting - and maintaining - the relationships can seem daunting. Our host, Shelby Riley, LMFT, will discuss her tried and true methods for creating these unique relationships and realizing financial benefits for your practice.1.25L008
Medical Facts that Every MFT Should Know!CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD; Jerica M. Berge, PhD Tremendous career and practice expansion opportunities exist for MFTs in the healthcare industry. However, most MFT’s are not trained to understand basic medical diseases, illnesses, and indicators. This presentation will introduce attendees to concepts that MFTs who work in pediatric and adult medical settings should know about. Four common health issues: diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and obesity will be addressed.2L409

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