We want to thank our amazing volunteers for the month of September:
Letter from the Board
November 1, 2017
SVC-CAMFT has made great strides for next year’s preparation. Our strategic plan as well as budget are rounding out now and we expect them to be approved at our next board meeting this month. We have had great workshops this year, and next year’s planning is well underway. In addition to a great lineup of workshops, we are also adding a job fair that will be co-hosted with El Dorado Hills-CAMFT. The Nomination Committee has been working hard to construct a slate of officer candidates for next year. We need help with find a President-Elect. We know the candidate is out there, somewhere...maybe it’s you?
With respect to workshops, our October workshop What Should Be in Your Client Charts — And Probably Isn’t: Writing Great Progress Notes and Treatment Plans with Barbara Griswold was a great success. We truly appreciate workshops such as hers as it helps us fund lesser attended yet critical events for you, our members.
Because our all-day workshop with Jon Daily (who we all miss) last February was well attended we are fortunate enough to offer amenities we have traditionally not been afforded and a reduced registration. So, join us for breakfast and lunch on Friday when we host Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S who will present on Sex Addiction in the Digital Age: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment.
If there’s a good reason to consider being President-Elect next year, this is definitely one of them: Next year’s planning is well underway. The opportunity to work with Talal and the Board is another. That said, a calendar of the dates with workshop themes or titles is at the end of the events section of this email for your convenience. Be sure to “save the date” for workshops with you in mind, and ask us about the benefits of serving on a committee or as President-Elect. We’d be happy to hear from you.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: David Clark, MFT Intern
President-Elect: Talal Alsaleem, LMFT
Past President: Patricia Saint James, LMFT
Secretary: Adriana Joyner, LMFT
Treasurer: Billy Schult, MFT Intern Program Co-Chairs: Nate Hooper, LMFT Susan Martin, MFT Intern
3000 Club Chair: Suzy Lee, LMFT
Volunteer Chair: Angie Moxey, LMFT
Membership Chair: Jessica Wolff, LMFT
Sponsorship Co-Chairs: Vacant
2018 Board Election
We are still looking for a President Elect if you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Candidate - Pate DuBois
DuBois is a registered Marriage & Family Therapist Intern (MFTI) in
Sacramento, CA with Wellspace Health. With a passion for people and
culture he moved from PA to CA in 2011, graduating with his masters
degree from Sacramento State in 2015. His greatest passion in life is
helping people expand, grow, and evolve as healthy individuals. Pate’s
expertise is found in helping facilitate the complex internal process
and empowering people to arrive at a place of integration. In his free
time Pate enjoys watching movies, and enjoying the great diversity of
tasty food in California, though nothing spicy in the slightest.
Hopeful and expectant for the greater Sacramento area, Pate works hard
to see lives changed.
of the opportunity to volunteer for SVC-CAMFT, Pate was moved to
contribute towards the values and legacy of this organization. The
responsibilities and expectations are a goodness of fit for Pate. He is
excited and looks forward to working with this new team.
Secretary Candidate - Adriana Joyner
excited to be running for my second term as Secretary of the Board for
the Sacramento Valley Chapter of CAMFT. As a Licensed MFT providing
psychotherapy in the Sacramento area for 15 years, I value the high
standards of our profession. In my career I have experience in various
roles, from providing direct client care in community settings to
overseeing an outpatient mental health program as the clinical and
administrative director. Currently I run a full time private practice
seeing adolescents and adults. My current focus is for advocacy and
mental health needs for all within the LGBTQIA+ community. I look
forward to another year working with the Board to serve the therapist
community of Sacramento Valley.
to the section of the SVC-CAMFT newsletter, Legal Beagle written by
Darlene Davis, LMFT. The chapter thought it would be helpful to keep you
updated on new laws, legislative pursuits or actions, as well as
ongoing legaland ethical dilemmas we all face in our career as Licensed
Marriage and Family Therapists, Interns, and Trainees. Please feel free
to ask questions that you have and I will do my best to investigate and
post your answer in the newsletter. Please note that articles are based
on information from CAMFT and/or the BBS and have been researched to the
best of my ability. This is not meant to be legal advice. Please
contact CAMFT or Board of Behavioral Sciences for any legal matters you
need assistance for.
are many changes happening within our profession. I want to highlight
some that have already changed and some on the horizon you might want to
get involved with before they change.
New English as a Second Language Testing Accommodation
October 1, 2017, applicants for whom English is his or her second
language may qualify for a testing accommodation if he or she can
document one of the following:
1. A TOEFL-iBT score of 85 or below, taken within the previous two years; OR
Documentation from the qualifying master’s degree program that the
program had granted the applicant additional examination time or other
allowance due to speaking English as a second language while enrolled in
the program. Acceptable documentation includes, but is not limited to,
a letter from the chair of the master’s program, or from the chief
academic officer; OR
Documentation that the qualifying master’s degree was obtained from an
educational institution outside of the United States, and at least 50
percent of the coursework was presented in a language other than
English. Acceptable documentation includes, but is not limited to, a
letter from the chair of the master’s program, or from the chief
the accommodation is granted, the applicant will receive
time-and-a-half on a board administered exam. Accommodation on a
national exam is subject to availability from the exam-administering
For more information check the Board of Behavioral Sciences website.
A Reminder about Continuing Education
Board is still experiencing a high failure rate on continuing education
audits. From January through June 2017, the failure rate was
approximately 27%. The most common reasons for failing a CE audit are
• Failure to complete the required coursework within the renewal period • First time renewals did not complete the one-time HIV/AIDS CE course (LPCCs) • Completing continuing education courses from unapproved providers.
to taking a course, please remember to double-check whether that course
is being offered by a provider that the Board will accept. Since the
changes in who approves CEU providers there has been confusion
determining if your CEU’s count. It is important to make sure yours
qualify. Some CEU providers had to reapply as providers.
Practicum Coordinators Survey
Board is in the process of conducting a survey of school
practicum/fieldwork coordinators. Ideally, the Board would like one
coordinator from each program to complete the survey. The purpose is to
gather information that will help inform the BBS when discussing issues
and considering possible law changes. The survey is anonymous and
voluntary. Practicum coordinators should have received an email from
the Board about participation in this survey, however, if no one in your
program received such an email and you would like to participate,
please contact Christy Berger at Christy.email@example.com or 916-574-7817.
New Board “Pathway to Mobility” Committee
its August meeting, the Board formed a new “Pathway to Mobility”
Committee to examine how the Board can amend its licensing laws to
improve licensure portability. The first meeting date of this committee
will be November 3, 2017 in Southern California. The location will be
announced in the coming weeks. This committee’s meetings will be
webcast. This is
something we all might want to get involved or at least monitor. It
would be wonderful if portability across the United States was
streamlined! This is especially true for Telehealth.
last Policy and Advocacy Committee meeting met on October 20th to
discuss possibly removing the 90 day rule that applies to MFT Interns
and PCC Interns. Discussion of the 90-Day Rule
Current Issue While
reviewing AB 93, the Board’s supervision bill, the Legislature raised a
public protection concern about the 90-day rule. There is a concern
that the 90-day rule allows unregistered individuals to provide mental
health services without a fingerprint clearance.
the current 90-day rule, a marriage and family therapist intern or
professional clinical counselor may count supervised experience hours
gained in between his or her degree award date and the date the Board
issues the intern registration, if he or she applies for registration
within 90 days of the date the qualifying degree was granted
is no 90-day rule for associate social worker (ASW) registration. They
may not gain supervised experience hours until registered as an ASW.
However, AB 456 (Thurmond), proposed this year but now a 2-year bill,
would have granted the 90-day rule to ASW applicants. When discussing AB
456 at its May 2017 meeting, the Board noted it had some concerns about
the 90-day rule, but supported the concept of parity for applicants
across its license types.
90-day rule has been included in LMFT licensing law for many years.
Research by Board staff indicates that this law has been in effect since
at least 1984. When the LPCC licensure act was created, it was modeled
after LMFT law and included the 90-day rule. Historically,
the purpose of the rule has been to assist recent graduates in
obtaining some of their supervised experience hours during the time they
are waiting for their registration number. The
board has had some difficulty processing registration requests to under
30 days because of many factors including budget constraints, high
seasonal applications and fingerprinting processing times (fingerprints
are now done electronically in 3-7 days).
board discussed some of the below solutions although they are leaning
toward eliminating the 90-day rule. (#1 below) This has many concerns
for applicants and for agencies. I am hoping you all become informed and
state your concerns if any.
Possible Solutions 1.
Eliminate the 90-day Rule Entirely: With this option, a phase-out date
would be needed in current law, so that those planning to count hours
already gained while the 90-day rule was in the law would not be
adversely affected. (Hours are good for six years.) 2.
Allow the Counting of Non-Clinical Hours Only: With this option, only
non-clinical hours would count under the 90-day rule. A phase-out date
for clinical hours would be needed. 3.
Allow the 90-Day Rule if Supervisor Certifies the Applicant was
Fingerprinted: With this option, the 90-day rule would only apply if the
employer certified that they had run a fingerprint background check on
the applicant. 4. Narrow
the Window that the 90-Day Rule Applies: Currently, if an applicant
applies within the 90-day rule, he or she has up to a year to remediate
any deficiencies and submit the final information before the application
is abandoned. (Most applicants do not take this long to remediate.)
During that time, hours count because the 90-day rule was followed. One
suggestion is to only allow hours to be gained under the 90-day rule for
a limited period, for example, 30 or 60 days. However, this solution
likely does not address the Legislature’s concerns, because the
individual is still counting hours while possibly not having a
fingerprint clearance. 5.
Register Trainees: Under this option, the Board would register and
oversee all trainees while in their master’s degree program. In this
situation, the Board would have disciplinary authority over trainees,
and it would eliminate part of the waiting period between graduation and
registration. (This was done in previous years and did not work well)
Title change for MFT Interns and PCC Interns:
Title change for marriage and family therapist interns and clinical professional counselor interns: Effective
January 1, 2018, the titles for marriage and family therapist interns
and professional clinical counselor interns will change, as follows: •
Marriage and family therapist registrants must use the title “Associate
Marriage and Family Therapist” or “Registered Associate Marriage and
Family Therapist.” •
Professional clinical counselor registrants must use the title
“Associate Professional Clinical Counselor” or “Registered Associate
Professional Clinical Counselor.” Advertising rules to follow. You will have until December 31, 2017 to change all advertising material.
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What Should be in Your Charts – But Probably
Isn’t: Writing Great Progress Notes and Treatment Plans (2 CEs)
Presenter: Barbara Griswold, LMFT
LMFT discussed core principles for documentation of
clinical work through the assessment, treatment plan development processes, the
implementation of goals through interventions, and through the note writing
process. She was apt in reminders
about the need for inclusion of information that helps clarify the client’s
need for treatment, the plans and goals set, as well as the need to protect the
client, protect our work as a therapist and to ensure ongoing payment from
insurance when diagnostic and clinical information and interventions are
documented with the needed clinical statements.
Although those who
have worked in settings requiring structured assessments, treatment plan
development and documentation of work done in therapy, have incorporated these
concepts into our assessments, treatment plans and documentation on an ongoing
basis, Barbara brought increased clarity into each step in the documentation
process that can help therapists comply with expectations of insurances as we
treat clients. For those who have
had less opportunity to work within settings requiring rigid standards for chart’s
paperwork, important principals for documentation were provided by
Barbara. With humor and great
information, Barbara helped maintain the participants’ focus through what could
be a dry set of topics.
Lani Stoner, LMFT
NOVEMBER 3000 CLUB
Topic: **Free** Pre-Licensed 3000 Club Meeting - Business Aspects of Therapy Presenter: Florence Soares-Dabalos, LMFT Date: Friday, November 3. 2017 Time: 8:30am to 9:30am Location: Rancho Cordova City Hall, 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 (map) Free Coffee and Donuts Space is limited so please register here
Want to know how to start your own practice? Florence
Soares-Dabalos, LMFT has been in private practice and currently
supervises interns (mfti, pcci, asw) and can help you understand the
business aspects of therapy and private practice.
Soares-Dabalos is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist who has been in
private practice since 2005. Besides offering counseling services,
Florence also offers contracted Clinical Supervision to non-profits and
schools as well as providing staff trainings to local businesses and
organizations. Her business planning has been influenced by the work of
Chip Conley, author of The Rebel Rules and Peak: How Great Companies
Get Their Mojo From Maslow. She has served as a member of CAMFT's
Legislative Committee and has lobbied in Washington DC to promote job
opportunities for LMFTs in California. In addition to her private
practice, Florence is also Adjunct Faculty at Sac State, teaching the
next generation of counselors.
** Please be courteous and send us an email at email@example.com if you are unable to attend after you have registered. **
Topic: Sex Addiction in the Digital Age: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Presenter: Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S Date: Friday, November 3, 2017 Time: 9:30 AM to 4:30PM Location: Rancho Cordova City Hall, 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 (map)
Doors Open at 8:30AM Networking starts at 8:30 AM
This program will benefit LMFT, LPCC, LEP and LCSW licensees and pre licensees by providing insight into the process addictions, their
treatment and the empathic insight required to view this problem for
what it is—the adult expression of early complex trauma and attachment
Includes: Continental Breakfast, Fajita
Lunch Buffet, afternoon drinks and snacks and meets the qualifications
for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs,
and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Sacramento Valley Chapter of California Marriage and Family Therapist
CAMFT CEPA CE Provider #62279 CE Credit will be awarded after the
completion of the course via email. No CEs will be awarded to persons arriving late or leaving early. Partial CE credit will not be awarded.
This workshop is designed to offer realistic, useful insight into the
assessment and treatment compulsive and addictive sexualacting out
behavior, related infidelities and sexual acting out (both online and
1. Will be able to explain the etiology of sexually addictive behavior 2. Will be able to provide basic referral resources and information, including:
self-help groups, 12 step groups, online resources, and articles and
books. 3. Will be able to use criteria based method of evaluating compulsive/addictive sexual disorders
Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S is a digital-age intimacy
and relationships expert specializing in infidelity and addictions—in
particular sex, porn, and love addiction. An internationally
acknowledged clinician, he has served as a subject expert for multiple
media outlets including The Oprah Winfrey Network, The New York Times,
The Los Angeles Times, The Daily Beast, and CNN, among others.
He is the author
of several highly regarded books, including “Out of the Doghouse: A
Step-by-Step Relationship Saving Guide for Men Caught Cheating,” “Sex
Addiction 101,” “Sex Addiction 101: The Workbook,” and “Cruise Control:
Understanding Sex Addiction in Gay Men.” He is also the co-author, with
Dr. Jennifer Schneider, of “Closer Together, Further Apart” and “Always
Turned On: Sex Addiction in the Digital Age.” He blogs regularly for Psychology Today, Huffington Post, Psych Central, Counselor Magazine, I Love Recovery Café, and Mind Body Green.
Currently, he is Senior Vice President of National Clinical Development for Elements Behavioral Health,
creating and overseeing addiction and mental health treatment programs
for more than a dozen high-end treatment facilities, including Promises Treatment Centers in Malibu, The Ranch in rural Tennessee, and The Right Step
in Texas. Rob was instrumental in bringing Dr. Brené Brown’s Daring
Way™ curriculum into the Elements system. Previously, he developed
intimacy disorder and sexual addiction treatment programming for both
men and women at the Sexual Recovery Institute in Los Angeles and The
Life Healing Center in New Mexico.
2017 Licensed, Associate or Affiliate Member of SVC-CAMFT : $60
2017 Pre-Licensed Member of SVC-CAMFT : $40
For information on joining SVC-CAMFT or renewing your membership for 2017 please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fri, October 05, 2018 12:30 PM•Rancho Cordova City Hall
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Therapy in the Age of Trump by William Doherty
entered the age of Trump, and if we pay attention to what our clients
communities need from us, marriage and family therapy will never be the
same. We’re seeing families and
friendships fracture along political lines. Some of our clients,
especially immigrants, are stressed out
about their future, and some are reliving experiences of being bullied
feeling as if their core values of a just society are threatened.
Others clients are happy with the new
Trump administration but feel alienated from friends on the other side.
(Facebook has become a war zone.) And let’s face it, lots of
stressed out too. I know therapists
who are excited that Trump ascended to the presidency, but they, too,
concerned with the polarization in the country and the tearing of the
we’re seeing is the culmination of at least two decades of increasing
divisiveness in our culture and politics, where those who differ are seen as
dangerous enemies, not just misguided opponents. So how do we respond as
therapists and citizens? For starters, we can acknowledge that the membrane
between the personal world (the traditional domain of therapy) and the
public/political world has ruptured all around us.
the personal--political membrane was always a fiction, as feminist and ethnic-minority
therapists have long pointed out. Most of us, though, could do business as
usual without inviting clients to share their reactions to what was going on in
the public sphere. But now we need new tools like the ones my colleagues and I
have been developing. Call them door openers. One is to inquire, at the outset
of a session, whether clients are following what’s going on in the political
world right now, and if so, how it’s affecting them. The result is that many clients
open up about anxieties and relationship strains they hadn’t previously shared,
probably because they thought the therapy room was supposed to be a politics-free
zone---as we ourselves may have believed. Another is an open letter for the
waiting room or a therapist’s website. Here’s an example of a letter I’ve put
out into world:
Clients, We’re living in troubled times. I feel it, and most people I know feel
it. I’m writing this note to let you know that I’m open to talking about
something not always brought up in therapy: how what’s going on in the public
and political world is affecting you and your relationships, and how you’re
After a divisive presidential election,
a lot of people are upset and feeling discouraged by the political infighting
in this country.
There’s great uncertainty about what
the upcoming years will look like. Some people are feeling alarmed, insecure,
and threatened, while others feel hopeful that necessary change will happen.
And those two kinds of people are often at odds with one another.
I see both liberal and conservative
members of our community feeling as if their values are no longer acceptable in
the public arena---and to some of their friends and family.
The list could go on. For now, consider
yourself invited to bring your concerns about the public world into our
conversations in therapy. No expectation or requirement that you do so, of
course---just if you think it might be helpful.
I’m here to listen, support you, and
help you figure out how to manage today’s stresses while living a life that’s
in keeping with your personal and community values.”
Once clients open up (and they do when
invited), then we can help them cope with political stress just as we do any
other kind of stress: through buffering methods like reducing exposure to the
24/7 news cycle, refusing to be baited by people who just want to goad them,
and self-care efforts. The other kind of coping---active coping---is about
helping clients enact their civic values in the world via action steps such as
getting better informed through reputable sources, donating to causes they
support, volunteering to help others, getting politically active, or (as one
client decided) being kinder to society’s “others” in public. And when clients
are having powerful, dysregulated emotional responses to the political
situation, we can help them unpack how it connects to their personal journeys.
there’s the world outside the therapist’s office. I see
as healer with something important to offer our neighbors and communities. In
my end, I’ve been doing depolarization workshops, including one on how to talk
to friends and family who differ politically, and one on how to talk with
children about what’s going on in the country. I also facilitated a weekend dialogue in Ohio between a
small group of Donald Trump supporters and a small group who voted for Hillary
Clinton. The goal was to learn if people could better understand their differences
(beyond stereotypes) to see if there were common values and to share, if possible,
something hopeful with their community and the larger world. For me, it was
like couples therapy with 21 people---intense, painful, illuminating, and
ultimately gratifying. At their
spring reunion, the group decided to stick together and create a new kind of
town hall meeting where people actually listen to one another. And I and my colleagues with
Better Angels project are about to do a new dialogue that will be turned into a
documentary film, and we’re hoping to do a summer One America bus tour to
spread depolarization efforts nationally.
(To learn more or to get involved, www.better-angels.org and www.citizentherapists.com.
It’s time to start seeing ourselves as citizen therapists, which means that we are
open to talking with our clients about the public stress they are experiencing
and we’re willing to be healers in our communities. We know how to promote the kind of personal agency that’s
necessary for a self-governing, democratic people---a people whose worlds are
public as well as private. MFTs are
connectors, trust builders. We understand the complexity of human
relationships. We know that embracing differences is difficult but life
enhancing. If we expand our vision of our work, we can contribute to a
flourishing democracy where people can be agents of their own lives and
builders of the commonwealth.
William Doherty, PhD, is a professor
and director of the Minnesota Couples on the Brink Project and the Citizen
Professional Center at the University of Minnesota. He’s founder of Citizen Therapists for Democracy and co-founder (with
this daughter Elizabeth Thomas) of The Doherty Relationships Institute. This essay was adapted from his keynote
address at the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium in March 2017 and from a
summary of that presentation for the Psychotherapy Networker magazine.
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Title: The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
Director: David France
Release Date: 2017 - Netflix Original Reviewer: Heather Blessing, LMFT
Review: This is a powerful biographical documentary. Victoria Cruz probes the suspicious 1992 death of her friend Marsha P.
Johnson while she fights the tide of violence against trans women. Marsha was one prominent people of the of Stonewall uprising.
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