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    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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    Save the Date!  Mentoring Meeting

    Join us at our next Mentoring Meeting on Friday, September 14th to talk about the path to licensure, setting up a private practice, and learning about the path to becoming an approved supervisor.  Board members, community members, and an approved supervisor will be present to answer any questions you may have!  Location is TBD.


    NAMI Walk

    NHAMFT is once again participating in NAMIWalks New Hampshire! NAMIWalks is a 5k event that raises awareness and funds for NAMI organizations across the country. Please join us on September 30th at 9:30am at the Soccer Fields on South Fruit Street in Concord. Consider registering as a participant of the NHAMFT Group if you wish to attend! If you are not able to attend, but would still like to donate, board members Shawn Hassell and Carol Heald are registered and taking donations! 

  • NHAMFT Provider Announcements


    The NH Division of Public Health Services, in collaboration with the NH Board of Mental Health Practice, is collecting key practice and capacity data from all licensed mental health practitioners in the state. This survey is designed to collect general information regarding your current provider status and the locations at which you routinely provide mental health services.


    The data will be a key resource in statewide health care workforce assessment, health care access planning, informing educational and training programs, emergency preparedness, recruitment and retention initiatives including the National Health Service Corps and the NH State Loan Repayment Program, and other functions requiring accurate statewide data on provider capacity.

    The data collected will be confidential and protected; it will only be used for the aforementioned purposes.

    Follow this link to the  Mental Health Practitioner Licensure Survey. The survey is available, for those who are renewing their licenses, as of  July 1st, 2018.


    Are you interested in applying for CEUs from the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, New Hampshire Division?

    Click here for more information


    NHAMFT needs committee volunteers. 

    Looking to get more involved? 
    All Student, Clinical, and Pre-Clinical Fellows are encouraged to join any of NHAMFT's committees!   Volunteers focus on better serving our members through participation on the Membership Committee,  Finance Committe, Education Committee and Legislative Committee.   Of particular interest is improving our website via volunteering within the Membership Committee.

    Come get more connected and enhance your resume, while helping out NHAMFT

     Contact Shawn Hassell for more information.





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