Friday, May 10th, 2019
Join the Austin AMFT community for a presentation on the Enneagram for Therapists. The Enneagram is a powerful and dynamic personality system that describes nine distinct and fundamentally different patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting. As you discover your personality type and how it colors your view of the world, you’ll also discover what motivates you, your coping strategies, and keys to personal development. Abi will provide an overview of the Enneagram as a system and talk about how you might integrate the powerful tool in your clinical practice.
Give participants a basic understanding of the Enneagram as a system.
Help participants understand basic motivations of each type.
Give participants resources for using the Enneagram in their practice
Discuss clinical best practices for using the Enneagram in a therapeutic setting.
Abi Robins (they/them) is a trained Enneagram Teacher who studied with Helen Palmer, Marion Gilbert, Peter O’Hanrahan and others through The Narrative Enneagram in Menlo Park, CA. Robins is also a CIAYT Yoga Therapist (intern) with the International Association of Yoga Therapists and studied at Yoga Yoga in Austin, TX.
Abi’s teaching combines the deep and transformative insight of the Enneagram with the holistic and down to earth practices of Yoga Therapy. Robins seeks to share these two powerful systems to help people better understand themselves and those around them and live more fulfilling and meaningful lives.
This presentation is designed to be useful for all levels of training and experience.
Here is the link to our new MFT Rules which were approved on March 7th, 2019
LMFTs now need 2 CEUs in this area to renew licenses.
Do you know what the Texas Administrative Code is for LMFTs
as it concerns Technology-Assisted Services?
We, as licensed LMFTs, need to have complied with these rules by
January 1st, 2018. (Yes, 2018.)
Click here to find out.
LOOKING FOR A THERAPIST?
We can help you find a therapist. No matter who you are, no matter what your situation, there is someone who can help you.
Find more information on the wide range of specialists available to assist you.Click here
be A MEMBER of AAMFT
We are the Austin Chapter of The Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (TAMFT), and a division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
Our mission is to unite students, service agencies, and emerging and seasoned professionals to promote the licensure of marriage and family therapists, clinical systemic thinking, and to distinguish the field of Marriage & Family Therapy as unique and beneficial to the greater Austin community.
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Austin AMFT is calling for speaker proposals for our
monthly luncheons!We are looking for dynamic speakers to present on a wide range of clinical topics as seen through a systemic lens in working with individuals, families, and/or couples and how your work impacts the family system, community, and/or socio-cultural spheres.
Would you be interested in presenting at one of our 2019 monthly lunches?
If so, then please...Click here
Looking for a Few Good Men
Maybe you’ve been working with the wife and the man needs therapy too.
Maybe you’ve been seeing the couple but the man isn’t as receptive as the wife.
Maybe he doesn’t believe in therapy but a group of guys sounds better.
Mens group improves relationships and supports marital work. Men in group listen better, think more, and become more relational. The intimacy of group seeps into other relationships.
After 30 years of leading groups in Houston, I’m starting a new mens group in Austin. Since I am now semi- retired without a full practice, I’m looking for one or two additional members. If I can be helpful to you, please let me know.
Please contact: Steve Katzman, LMFT 713-202-1942 / stevekatzman1@me.
PEER SUPPORT/SUPERVISION MONTHLY GROUP
FRIDAYS, SOUTH AUSTIN
Starting free peer support/supervision monthly group on Fridays in South Austin for
therapists with at least 5-10 years experience.
Call Deborah Vanko, LMFT 515-778-9671