|September-October 2020 This Way In >>|
Natalie Jambazian—President's Message
It’s been a rough year for all of us. Trying to navigate these uncertain, unpredictable, and chaotic moments. Yet, I’ve found there’s also a silver lining to it. We had our virtual, new-member, networking event on August 9 and it made me realize how connection and finding optimism through these turbulent . . . Read Natalie’s full message
|Ariel Cohen—CAMFT Facebook Page Legislative Updates
FCC Approves Plan for National Suicide Hotline Short-Code Similar to 9-1-1. "Help is available, and it can be effective," said FCC Chair Ajit Pai. "Experts predict that it will result in millions more Americans receiving the intervention services . . . Read Ariel’s full update
|Douglas Green—July Membership Meeting Write-Up
If you’re anything like me, an early part of your journey toward becoming a therapist was having the bejeezus scared out of you, and your entire brain and soul fascinated, by reading and/or seeing Sybil and The Three Faces of Eve, bestselling books and award-winning films about extreme . . . Read Douglas’s full write-up
|Katie Busse—Changing Employment Settings: What About the Clients?
At some point or another, we all go through transitions within our work lives. This may involve changing roles or leaving an employment setting. So if you’re a newly licensed clinician launching out, an established therapist deciding to move to private practice, or your employment setting . . . Read Katie’s full write-up
|2021 Board Slate—2021
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|Board Minutes—June 2020
Read June’s Board Minutes
|Charlyne Gelt—Cinema Therapy: Our Souls at Night
We are grieving for a lot of losses in today’s world, which is one of the reasons I chose the film Our Souls at Night to review — it has some important messages for those who grieve the loss of a loved one and can’t seem to find the courage to move on to a new chapter — or wonder . . . Read Charlyne’s full review
|Katie Busse, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
Katie Busse, AMFT is a dedicated, caring therapist who enjoys helping teens, adults, and families learn to thrive. She originally was in college to become a veterinarian since she loves animals. To her dismay, she realized she was allergic to dogs, so she took another track. Katie then studied ... Read Katie’s full profile
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