Networking with MAMFT
MAMFT is working to provide opportunities for Marriage and Family Therapists to network with one another and with other mental health professionals in local communities who work with couples and families. If you would like to sponsor an event in your city or town, please contact Nancy Knudsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Networking events are a great way to make professional connections, spread the word to local colleagues about your specialties, and learn what others are doing. MAMFT gatherings offer a home base to a whole community of professionals who look through the lens of the relationship system. Consider joining in.
Email us at email@example.com if you are interested in attending any of the events below.
Networking Events this Spring:
Friday, May 10, 8:30 -10:30 AM
Continental Breakfast Meeting
Hosted by Nancy Knudsen and Jack LaForte at their home at 20 Munroe Street.
Katherine Waddell, LMFT, will give a talk called An Introduction to the Development Model of Couples Therapy.
Katherine will be presenting a short overview of internationally renowned couples therapy pioneer Dr. Ellyn Bader's Developmental Model of Couples Therapy. The model integrates Differentiation and Attachment Theories and Neuroscience into Margaret Mahler's Stages of Development as applied to couples' developmental stages.
RSVP to Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, May 19, 7-9 PM
Hosted by Minga Claggett-Borne at her home in Central Square.
Ann Marie Teuber will give a talk called Parenting Journey--Strong Families are led by Strong Parents --an experiential overview of a program for parents.
Ann Marie will describe the basic elements of the Parenting Journey Curriculum and share the theoretical constructs that informed its development and its parallels to the Strengthening Families framework. She will offer the group two experiential exercises from the program to demonstrate its impact.
Ann Marie Teuber, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a member of MAMFT. In 1997, she received a Masters degree in Pastoral Counseling from Emmanuel College. She has worked at The Family Center in Somerville, MA since 1997 where she helped develop and implement the parenting program for multi-problem families and write The Parenting Journey Curricula series. Currently, she trains professionals in the implementation and facilitation of The Parenting Journey program.
RSVP to Minga at email@example.com