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|Marriage Equality Ethics, Marriage and Family Therapists Hosted by California Therapists|
|Date||Saturday July 25|
|Time||2:30 PM - 4:30 PM|
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Community Church of Mill Valley
8 Olive Street, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Near Downtown, Corner of Throckmorton & Olive
Saturday, July 25, 2:30-4:30 PM
Ethics, Marriage and Family Therapists
Hosted by California Therapists for
As many of you are aware, there has been an ongoing debate among MFTs regarding CAMFTʼs position of neutrality on marriage for same-gender couples.
Why do some MFTs feel so strongly that CAMFT should take a position on Marriage Equality? Is it really CAMFTʼs ethical responsibility to take a public stand of support? The issue of equal rights for samegender couples has been the catalyst for MFTs to earnestly question the ethical responsibilities of the association and how MFTs are represented in the larger mental health community.
Please join us to:
~Review what has transpired between CAMFT and members since January
~Discuss the effects and implications of the “Traditional Marriage” articles published by CAMFT
in the May/June The Therapist magazine
~Listen to the stories of how other CAMFT local chapters (SF and East Bay) are responding to
their membership on these issues and the action they are taking
~Ponder issues at stake for the profession concerning diversity, cultural competence, and the
loss of support by some Universities with MFT programs
~Participate in a discussion of ethical issues for MFTs, the association and profession
~Consider options moving forward
Please RSVP to 415-373-0192 voicemail or to br [at] barbararosemft.com If you donʼt RSVP we still want you to come but it will help if you RSVP. Admission Free. Small Donation for Space Optional.
Bruce Weitzman, MFT, San Francisco CAMFT chapter president, NCSPP IMPULSE managing editor; NCSPP member, California Psychoanalytic Circle member; Psychotherapist in Private Practice
K.Sue Duncan, MFT, East Bay CAMFT chapter president, Exec Dir The Psychotherapy Institute Berkeley. Former dean, department chair faculty JFKU. Founding faculty member Queer Psychology Program at JFK in Campbell, Psychotherapist in Private Practice
Dino Di Donato, MFT, SF CAMFT, Chairperson Marketing and Education Gaylesta SF, Adjunct Faculty SFSU Graduate Dept Counseling, Psychotherapist in Private Practice
Jurgen Braungardt, MFT, PhD, CAMFT member. Professor of Philosophy, California State University East Bay, Psychotherapist in Private Practice.
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