CAMFT Blog
  • CAMFT Certificates or Seals

    February 26, 2017

    Do you have your CAMFT certificate and seal? Don’t miss your chance to display your credential as a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist that is available for all Canadian Clinical Fellows of AAMFT. If you have a CAMFT certificate you may wish to purchase a 2017 or 2016 seal to keep your certificate up to date. […]

  • Register as an eligible mental health provider for Canadian Military veterans and their families

    February 27, 2016

    In 2010 Veterans affairs and the Department of National Defense recognized Registered Marriage and Family Therapists as eligible service providers for veterans, active military personnel and their families through Médavie Blue Cross where they are provincially regulated, currently Quebec and Ontario. This recognition was the result of lobbying and education by the CAMFT (then known […]

  • Free Referral Listings

    February 22, 2016

    We would like to remind you that the CAMFT is providing to all RMFTs (Clinical Fellows) a free referral listing on this website. You must be an RMFT to have a listing on this site. This is a terrific opportunity to promote your practice and to network with highly qualified family therapists across Canada! We […]

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    Advocacy Initiative

    October 24, 2015

    The CAMFT is proud to announce an advocacy initiative that will provide funds for Canadian projects that promote the profession of Marriage and Family Therapy. In the spring of 2015 the AAMFT approved a matching grant program and has pledged to match on a 3:1 basis, funds donated by Canadian members to the CAMFT to promote regulation of the […]

  • Should I Stay or Should I go?

    September 3, 2015

    Check out this terrific article on ambivalence in relationships by Ontario Pre-Clinical Fellow, Melissa Kroonenberg. In this week’s blog post, I’m discussing “relationship ambivalence”, which is a term used here to describe the experience of being in a prolonged state of uncertainty in a relationship.  This is a complex topic …         […]

  • Couple and Family Therapy Within the Current Pan-Canadian Context

    February 18, 2015

    Check out this amazing article about the profession of Marriage and Family Therapy in Canada by the research team of McLuckie, Allan and Ungar from Dalhousie University. This is an excellent summary of the training and practice contexts of Marriage and Family Therapists and features the contributions of prominent MFTs we are proud to call […]