New Hampshire Division

Resources for Practitioners

 

Career and Practice Information
Helpful career advice to help build your practice.
 


Products and Events
Browse the latest tools available to improve your practice.
 


Legal Risk Management Plan
Vital facts to protect your practice.  Clinical Members can also schedule appointments with a legal expert.
 


Ethical Practice Information and Resources
Protect your practice with these AAMFT resources.
 


AAMFT Job Connection
Looking for a position or the perfect candidate for an opening?  Take a look at the AAMFT Job Connection.
 


AAMFT Online Directories
On-line directories of state licensing boards, divisions, AAMFT Members, AAMFT Approved Supervisors, and other helpful resources.
 


Advertising Opportunities
Looking for a way to connect with AAMFT members?  Here is a complete list of opportunities.
 


National MFT Exam
The Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB) administers the national MFT exam.  For more information call (719) 388-1615 or click the above link.
 


Approved Supervision Designation
Get the requirements for the Approved Supervisor designation, download verification forms,  and get the latest updates.
 


TherapistLocator.net
Be part of the largest online searchable database of marriage and family therapists.  Over 6,000 consumers visit this site each month looking for helpful resources and therapists. AAMFT members may join this directory as a benefit of membership for no additional fee.  This directory is offered as a free public service of AAMFT
 


FamilyTherapyResources.net
Designed for both therapists and consumers, FamilyTherapyResources.net is your most comprehensive source for information about family therapy and other family-related issues.
  


AAMFT Core Competencies Project
Contains the latest information from the Core Competencies Taskforce, including the latest draft of the competencies, the Taskforce charge, and the background information.
  


NH Mental Health Board Licensing Information
New Hampshire Mental Health Board regulations regarding licensing as a Marriage and Family Therapist
  
 Genetics and Family History
Read the Family History in Practice newsletter published by the National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics

 

  • UPCOMING EVENTS FOR THE PUBLIC

    The Hold Me Tight Program

    We all have a fundamental need to feel valued, understood, and loved by our partner. Research shows that ALL couples get disconnected at times, and that there is a reliable road map for reconnection. This Hold Me Tight® Workshop can help you improve communication, foster understanding, and enhance emotional intimacy. It is an educational workshop which offers a relaxed, nonthreatening environment for you to experience a new way of understanding your relationship and connecting with your partner. You and your partner will have opportunities throughout the workshop to try out what you learn in private conversations with each other. Led by three skilled couples therapists with advanced training in the evidenced-based Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples: NHAMFT's Allison Doyle, LMFT and Mike McCay, LMFT along with  Rebecca Clark, LMFT of Maine. The program will take place September 22-23rd at the Daniel Hotel in Brunswick, ME. For more information, and to register, click here.

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