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Webinar - FREE "Brief Therapy for Couples in Crisis"

The CAMFT Emergency Response committee presented this enlightening webinar on October 24, 2020. Please click here to watch the webinar on Zoom. The password is di5=aqW.

After watching this webinar you can request a certificate to show you have earned two CEUs. CAMFT members can count these CEUs without a certificate. 





Email [email protected] to be added to the mailing list and stay up-to date as RMFT-MB evolves (including becoming an official branch of the CAMFT. 

Sharon Ramsay RMFT-SM shared this link 'How to Recognize the Trauma Behind the Response to Racism'

With the recognition that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) experience systemic racism in Canada, the U.S., and countries around the world, this blog focuses on systemic racism affecting Black people. That said, it includes suggestions and questions that are also relevant for other racialized groups.

COVID 19 and Eating Disorders, Challenges and Strategies

Round Table Discussion with Roseanna Mauro, Anna Scelzo, Caryl James, and Andrew Sofin 

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Andrea Groenewald RMFT, shares information in her blogs. Please click here to read the blogs. 

Insights on Family Well Being during COVID19 presented by The Vanier Institute

On Friday, May 15, 2020, the Vanier Institute of the Family and the COVID-19 Social Impacts Network hosted an online conference focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family well-being in Canada coinciding with International Day of Families.

The Vanier Institute has posted the conference on their website.  

Article on CBC – Andrew Sofin November 2020

Free family therapy offered to front-line workers in pandemicIf the stress of working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic is causing problems with your family relationships, the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy is ready to help. Please click to read this article. 

Andrew Sofin quoted in "The Print" October 2020

"Pandemic becomes ‘amplifier’ for divorce in Canadian couples

Andrew Sofin, president of the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, told The Globe and Daily Mail, “The couples who were showing cracks before, the pandemic became like an amplifier.”

Please click to hear to read more. 

Andrew Sofin quoted on Huffpost 2019 

This is what therapy is like around the world

Sofin noted that the majority of Canadians who are experiencing something like depression or trauma will seek out some form of therapy either through the public or private system. “ Please click here to learn more about therapy around the world, 

Shared by: Andrew Sofin, RMFT

Andrew was interviewed on "Paola's Point of View" on May 4, 2020.

Shared by: Diane Marshall, RMFT-SM

Self-Isolating During a Pandemic: A Family Therapist's Reflections - April 4, 2020

'As we all are learning during this strange time in history, and throughout the world, there is much to learn in the experience of living into what we are called to do to protect one another and ourselves. More...

Shared by:  Sharon Ramsay, RMFT-SM

Peace in the Pandemic 

Sharon's EFC  podcast offers tips on mental health and spiritual health in a challenging time. 

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