Registration is Open for the 2022 TAMFT Annual Conference!

Registration is now open for the 2022 Annual Conference: MFTs in Extraordinary Times: A Systemic Approach to Response and Recovery! TAMFT members receive a discount on conference registration. (Students may apply for the student rate; note that documentation of enrollment in a program may be requested prior to the conference.)

Not an active TAMFT member? Join now and, in addition to discounted conference pricing, you'll enjoy a year's worth of member benefits — all for the same price as a non-member registration! (It's a no-brainer, right?) Simply add your TAMFT membership or renewal when you register!

Why Should I Attend?

  • Conference held at the beautiful DFW Marriott Hotel & Golf Club at Champions Circle
  • Receive access to 15+ CEU hours!
  • 2 keynote speakers, with Scott Miller as Friday’s keynote speaker
  • Panel Discussion on Saturday
  • Educator's Summit on Saturday
  • Participate in workshops on relational approaches to trauma treatment, practice building/financial practices, ethics, deliberate practice for improving effectiveness, and more
  • Network with other practitioners, educators, and students
  • Exciting exhibitors
  • COVID Protocol for safety

Conference Pricing:

Register between now and January 31, 2022, to receive Early Bird pricing!

About the Conference:

The past few years have met our communities with a worldwide pandemic, natural disasters, and soaring mental health challenges. How do we as MFTs work together to enlarge our impact on the families, relationships, couples, and individuals we serve? How do we balance our efforts with our own needs to heal and recover from our own complex challenges? This conference will explore how our systemic approach can equip ourselves and empower our communities to meet the challenges of these extraordinary times.

MFTs in Extraordinary Times: A Systemic Approach to Response and Recovery isn’t just about our work with clients. It’s also about how we work together as MFTs to enlarge our impact on families, couples, and individuals we serve. It’s about self-care while also caring for our communities. We’re interested in research-informed workshops that explore systemic approaches to equipping clinicians and empowering communities to meet the challenges of these extraordinary times.

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