Clinical Updates for Family Therapists: Research and Treatment Approaches for Issues Affecting Today’s Families (Volumes 1 & 2) These new publications contain all AAMFT Clinical Updates that were published from 1999-2004. Clinical Updates are quick read resources, which digest the latest information about a MFT topic with reference for a more in-depth study. These updates are helpful for reviewing the latest research on a topic, seeing what clinical approaches are known to work, learning the lingo, and finding the best resources. Example of topics include: Depression, Children & Divorce, Domestic Violence, Treating Anger in Therapy, Postpartum Depression.
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The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) is the professional association for the field of marriage and family therapy. We represent the professional interests of more than 23,000 marriage and family therapists throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.
Since our founding in 1942, the AAMFT has been involved with the problems, needs and changing patterns of couples and family relationships. The association leads the way to increasing understanding, research and education in the field of marriage and family therapy, and ensuring that the public's needs are met by trained practitioners. The AAMFT provides individuals with the tools and resources they need to succeed as marriage and family therapists.
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