Monthly meetings are typically held on the second Sunday of the month. The meeting includes a presentation on topics such as therapeutic methods and theory, marketing in private practice, working with specific populations, dealing with managed care, etc.
Meetings are free and CEUs are available for a nominal fee.
The monthly meetings provide an excellent opportunity to network with peers and expand your professional referral base. Some meetings are specifically designed as networking functions, including the Annual Dinner and the annual Intern Meeting, which focuses specifically on issues related to pre-licensed members. Click here to see calendar of upcoming meetings.
The SF CAMFT Newsletter
The newsletter contains chapter news and professional articles. Members are eligible for
reduced fee classified advertising and may submit articles of interest for publication in the Newsletter. The newsletter is delivered electronically every two months to the entire membership.
The SF CAMFT website provides a digital link to the Chapter and the professional community. Members can join and renew their membership online, as well as have a listing in the public directory of chapter members. There are also links to resources relevant to the practice of marriage and family therapy.
The SF CAMFT listserv provides a forum for member announcements of groups and workshops, office space available or needed, client referrals, and other non-clinical, practical information. This service is only available to members of the chapter.
Pre-Licensed Member Services
An Pre-Licensed Support meeting is held prior to the regular Chapter meeting and is a space for pre-licensed members to ask questions, get support, and learn about internship opportunities.
SF CAMFT offers a mentoring program to members who are transitioning from one phase of their professional development to another, including Associates approaching licensure, newly-licensed clinicians, or therapists establishing a private practice. Mentors are experienced clinicians who provide practical advice and encouragement.
The Diversity Committee offers support and community to therapists of color through a number of business and clinical consultation groups. The committee also seeks to educate membership on issues relating to diversity with engaging chapter presentations.
“Hi! Tea” and Other Casual Events
Monthly luncheons at local restaurants, a bi-monthly happy hour, and other social events provide an opportunity to network personally and professionally. Click here to view our calendar of events.