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Proposed Rules to Know:
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.)
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We can help you find a therapist. No matter who you are, no matter what your situation, there is someone who can help you.
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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?
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The Art and Science of Love
December 1st & 2nd, 2018
The Center for Relationships is hosting a Two Day Gottman Couples Retreat
This retreat will be facilitated by our very own Dr.Vagdevi Meunier!
This retreat is designed to help your committed relationship flourish and/or regain the fire you once felt together. You and your partner can expect to learn how to foster respect, affection, and closeness in your relationship along with ways to keep conflict conversations calm, how to break through gridlocked conflict, and how to strengthen and maintain the shared meaning in your relationship.
Helping Professionals get a substantial discount on this retreat.
Helping professionals or any volunteers that would be willing to help out at this event while also attending with their partner, can get 50% off of the total cost of the retreat.
If interested please email : events@
Hope to see you there!
Connecting with the Heart:
Exploring How Attachment Patterns Influence Grief
Led by Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S
Friday January 25, 2019 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Eaton Hall - Covenant Presbyterian Church
3003 Northland Dr., Austin, TX 78757
Professional Registration $100
Student Registration (limited) $50
CEU's Offered: 6 hours for LCSW, LMFT, LPC
The Austin Center for Grief & Loss will be hosting a 6-hour workshop on how attachment patterns influence grief. This workshop will provide invaluable information and training on understanding the process of grief in light of attachment theory principles. Clients’ attachment patterns with the deceased, with their families and in therapeutic relationships will be explored. In addition, clinicians will increase their awareness of their own attachment patterns and how these interact with those of their clients. The relationship that emerges provides opportunity for the client to begin developing more intrapersonal and relational skills that are consistent with secure attachment as they heal in their grief.
This workshop is inspired by grief-focused treatment, the latest theories of attachment, and relational neuroscience. Participants will learn to apply these concepts through case examples, group discussions and experiential activities.
Participants will learn:
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S, EMDRIA Approved Consultant, has 15 years of practice in family and play therapy. He has extensive speaking and training experience and has worked in a variety of mental health settings. Most of Marshall’s clinical practice has focused on attachment trauma and its effect on family relationships. Marshall conducts supervision and consultation sessions with counseling professionals and leads training in both parenting and professional settings; much of his consultation and training focuses on the use of sandtray therapy within a trauma-informed context. He is EMDR-certified and TBRI-trained and uses these with foster and adoptive families.
October 8th, 2018
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
The center 4 relationships
Seeking innovative, collaborative, relationally focused and self-efficacious professionals. If you are a person of color or speak Spanish, that is a bonus! If you would like your practice to be a turn-key experience — you walk in, see your clients, do your notes and billing, and that’s it, we might be the place for you! We have a fun relational community, we work hard to connect and collaborate with each other, we offer CEU trainings and trainings all year round, and we support each other’s clinical work. Competitive contract pay and opportunities for advancement/partner track in the future.
Please email contact@
thecenter4relationships.comor call 512-465-2926 and ask for Sara Miller.
Please submit a cover letter with specific information about your interest in relationally-oriented work, resume, and names of 3 professional references. You can learn more about the center at www.thecenter4relationships.
Member advertisement 09-01-2018
Central / South AustinLooking for sublet in central or south Austin for small individual psychotherapy office to be used on the weekends and two half days during the week. Please contact if you know of something: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19th, 2018
Janis Claflin LMFT-S is inviting psychotherapists and/or consultants to share her office space filled with large windows opening into the beautiful woods of Westlake.
The space includes a c conference room, a reception area, a kitchen/workspace, phones, and internet.
If interested, call her at 512-327-4726. Up to three offices available.
Member advertisement 06-07-2018
Great unfurnished office space in Central Austin.
100sq ft office is one of three offices in a suite.
Lease holders looking to sublet for 6mo-2years. $700/mo rate.
South Austin space that's not your typical office space.
Our space is based on a co-working model, meaning you become a member and have access monthly to perks!
Our perks include:
Room rental starting at $100/month. AND, if that isn't enough, you also get discounts with our partners, including photographers and social media marketers!
Call our fab , Alissa, at 512.710.WELL or email email@example.com to find out more!
Office share coming available in March 2017. Office off Manchaca Rd. and Ben White (Hwy 71) in South Austin (78704) Large, bright office with shared waiting area with other therapists and counselors in the suite. Private office big enough f or groups of 8-10 people. Lots of parking available.It is fully furnished, but you are welcome to bring your own touches. Offered for flat rate of $250 per month for unlimited Monday/Tuesday access. S Shared weekend hours. Perfect for counselors or therapists who work part-time, as a second office location, or for someone just beginning private practice. Contact for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org. 512-887-8036
Rent a fully furnished therapy office and begin your private practice without the stress. Copier, Kleenex, Wifi, etc... it is all there for you and included in your rent. Walk in and walk out. Focus on your clients. Blocks begin as low as $150 a month for early morning or evening hours. A larger space is also available for groups, classes, etc... Learn more at: www.shifthealing.space