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How MFTs Help.
Why choose an marriage and family therapist? What makes a MFT the most effective person to work with my family? How are they uniquely qualified to help?
Come & Learn Together
Networking events, the Annual Conference, & CEU events are just a few ways that MAMFT provides quality professional development & networking opportunities.
Students & Post-Graduates
Get plugged in to MAMFT through The Mentoring Project . Here, a senior MFT supports and guides your entry into the field. Learn more about the licensure process.
For All Professionals
2017 MAMFT Annual Conference
Friday, March 10, 2017
Best Western Royal Plaza
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
We're excited to have Dr. Dan Hughes, author of Attachment Focused Family Therapy, to present "Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy: An Attachment-Focused Treatment for Developmental Trauma." We will also have a celebration dinner Thursday, March 9, in Marlborough.
We Support the Practice of Marriage & Family Therapy
By providing quality training, advocacy, and networking, we help Massachusetts residents get effective, appropriate family counseling services.
2017 MAMFT Couples Symposium — Friday, January 27, Smith College
Tangled Truths: Helping Couples Living with the Aftermath of Sexual Trauma
Dr. Mike Lew will present Understanding Couples Sexuality through the Lens of Trauma, and Yana Tallon-Hicks will present Understanding Sexual Development through the Lens of Consent and Pleasure
They will be joined by Ross Hackerson, Nancy Knudsen, Dr. Kathy McMahon, and Katherine Waddell on a panel “Avoidance, Compulsions and Self-Absorption: How Sexual Trauma Impacts a Couple’s Attachment, Security and Pursuit of Passion.”
Couples Conference Fee
$69 /MAMFT Members
$99 for Nonmembers
$39 for Student/Pre-Clinical Members
$49 for Student/Pre-Clinical Non-Members