Alabama Division

Welcome to the Alabama Division website

for Marriage & Family Therapy!

 


 

The Alabama Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (ALAMFT) is the Alabama division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), an international professional organization that was founded in 1942.  


ALAMFT is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of families, couples, individuals, and businesses through the advancement of the profession and practice of marriage and family therapy in the state of Alabama.    
 

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Therapist Locator

Family Therapy Resources

AAMFT Job Connection

 

  • This is the Alabama Division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.  For more information on AAMFT, please visit the website

  • Want to learn more about the DSM-5?

    Check out the powerpoint presentation provided by Dr. Jared Keeley from the DSM-5 Training Conference under MFT Materials. 

     

  • Charter between AAMFT and the ALAMFT

    The current charter is an agreement between AAMFT and ALAMFT regarding rights and responsibilities as a division of AAMFT.  The Charter was approved unanimously by the ALAMFT Board.  The document is posted for membership benefit.

     

    Jonathan Davis, Ph.D.

    Current President of ALAMFT

     

     

  • Questions? Comments? Email our administrative assistant, Nakia Jones, at ndj0004@tigermail.auburn.edu.

  • You're invited to the lively annual ALAMFT Supervision workshop on Friday, March 9th, to earn your five CEUs for your supervisor education.  Mentors, supervisors, aspiring supervisors, supervisees and students are all welcome. 

    Note our theme this year of the four content sessions will be cultural sensitivity, social justice, and power dynamics in supervision relationships.  We will have Dr. Clara Gerhardt of Samford University along with a panel discussion with supervisees of diverse backgrounds.

    The day is usually educational, informative, helpful, fun and casual.  We have lunch in the dining hall at Samford replete with multiple culinary options, and by request, we are leaving time just for consultative discussions about our supervision experiences. 

    Come on and enjoy the day with us!

    For more information and/or questions, contact: harringtonjudith@bellsouth.net. 

     

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