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Road to Licensure 41550 Eclectic St. Palm Desert, CA 92260

  • Fri, March 09, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • RAP Foundation

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The Desert CAMFT Chapter 

presents

"Road to Licensure"

by

Anastasia Johnson, JD

CAMFT

on 

Friday

March 9, 2018

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

at the 

RAP Foundation

41550 Eclectic St.

Palm Desert, CA 92260


Refreshments


This workshop is presented at no cost to

Associate Marriage & Family Therapists and Trainees

and

Clinical Members and Clinical Associates

(Supervisors and future Supervisors)



Course Description:

Participants will learn the latest information on the licensing process; rules
on obtaining supervised hours, appropriate work settings, requirements
for supervisors, dealing with the Board of Behavioral Sciences, the
licensing exams, finding the “right” jobs, marketing yourself, preparing for
an interview, signing employment agreements, and protecting yourself
should the employment relationship sour.


Learning Objectives/Goals:

1. Explain the laws and regulations as they pertain to the MFT
licensing process;
2. Describe the breakdown of experience hours for MFT applicants;
3. Discuss the BBS forms to be completed during the MFT licensing
process; and
4. Summarize the important employment issues related to MFT interns
and trainees.

Bio for Anastasia Johnson , J.D.

Anastasia Johnson is a Staff Attorney at CAMFT.  She received her Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Her professional interests focus on family and health care law and her current projects include contributing articles to the Therapist Magazine.  Anastasia believes that the most important part of her position is educating members about their legal and ethical duties.


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