Now that we are reaching the end of the year, all of us hopefully enjoying our holidays with our families and friends, I wanted to take this moment and look back to this year and the many things that have been accomplished at IE-CAMFT.
- · We reached our goal of 200+ members. As we grow, we are considering moving nearby to a bigger location to accommodate our growing membership.
- · Our webmistress has revamped our website, There are many features available for members and guests. She has done an amazing job. Please check it out at www.ie-camft.org.
- · We have automated our seminar evaluations and certificates.
- · We have gone to a new payment processor that allows members and guests to pay with any credit card, rather than having to have a PayPal account.
- · We have had many diverse and interesting trainings. These trainings offering anything from 2-CEU’s to 6-CEU’s help us as clinicians to stay on the pulse of the latest subject matter. These trainings included:
- A Twin’s Dialetic: Being Noticed or Being Known; Law and Ethics: Tough calls, moral dilemmas, technology and more; How do I talk to my grieving client? The stuff to know and the words not to use; Deep TMC and Beyond; Camft Update 2019, the State of the Profession; Mindful Choices for Well-Being; Music Therapy: A Binaural Frontier: the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM); Decoding Teens; Author’s Gathering; EMDR: healing unprocessed memories that create disturbance and dysfunction; and At the intersection of Depth Psychology and Self Care: An Alternative New Lens on Motivational Interviewing. We hope you were able to attend many of our trainings. We look forward to presenting more stimulating seminars in 2020.
- · We expanded our marketing strategies to include a YouTube channel in addition to visiting local colleges, other events, video interviews with our presenters, and continued posting on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Enjoy the Holidays, we look forward to seeing you next year at our next training on January 28, 2020: Understanding Current Trends in Modern Parenting and the Implications for Children and Families Seeking Therapy.
Carol Rose Adkisson, President