Monterey County Chapter 

FEATURED EVENTS

Road to Licensure

with Luke Matthew Martin, Esq

ONLINE

Saturday, October 2, 2021

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

In this introductory learning level presentation, receive an overview of the licensing process for pre-licensees as they work toward licensure in marriage and family therapy. 

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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

I’d like to call your attention to an addition we included in this particular newsletter; we have a “featured book” in this edition. A dear community member, Robin Defilippi, connected us with Martha Paradis- author of the book Flowers & Locusts. Martha was scheduled to do an in person workshop for us right as the reality of the pandemic set in, and we’ve been in communication ever since working on the possibility of rescheduling her for an event. The bad news is that this won’t be able to happen. The good news is that Martha has written a very expressive book that shares about her life experience growing up in Ethiopia. Martha, currently a trauma psychotherapist based on the east coast, brings a distinct lens to the work of helping people heal their unresolved trauma that is influenced by her unique life experience. I highly encourage you to read more about her and her book, and to purchase it! Martha has told me that she is hoping to donate the proceeds from her book to support a scholarship for an Ethiopian student.

We do have a couple of virtual CE events planned for October. To support our pre-licensed members (and perhaps clinical supervisors who’d like to brush up on licensure requirements), we are offering a Road to Licensure workshop. In the theme of understanding the fundamentals, we also have a 6 hour Law and Ethics workshop planned for later in October. If you are in need of your L&E CEs, we’ve got you covered!

Lastly, I’d like to thank all of you who took the time to fill out the in-person event survey. We had a great pool of participation, which gives us valuable information needed to plan for the future. In the midst of things continuing to change, it is really helpful to understand what our membership prefers. Thank you again!

Welcoming in a hint of autumn... 

May You Be Well,

Jennifer Farley

FOR PRE-LICENSED THERAPISTS

The Monterey Chapter CAMFT is a great way to start your professional connections in your new career! Join us and be a part of a group of peers supported by your professional community as you journey through your 3000 hours to licensure. First, become a member of CAMFT. Then become one of our valued chapter members by going to our membership application pageYou'll be supported by:

  • Training presentations, bi-monthly meetings, mentoring, skill building, information about local resources and networking and collaboration.
  • Email updates on available job openings with pertinent contact information.
  • Meetings and/or workshops that will provide 1.5 hours toward licensing.
  • The availability of the Chair to answer your questions and provide guidance.

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The Monterey County Chapter of the California Association of Marriage Family Therapists (MC-CAMFT)  is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

P.O. Box 3092, Monterey, CA 93942

MC-CAMFT Grievance Policy:  If a grievance regarding CEUs is brought to the attention of the MC-CAMFT Board the board will review it and will vote on the validity of the grievance.  If the grievance is proven valid by the Board a full or partial refund will be given.

ADA Compliance:  All MC-CAMFT luncheons and conferences are held in accessible locations.

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