LEARN, CONNECT, VOLUNTEER—WITH CAMFT
Volunteers define the heart of the work
done at CAMFT. Learn where your talents
can benefit your professional association
most and let us know which Committee or
Council you would like to join!
STARTING A PRIVATE PRACTICE (PART 2)
The article discusses the topic of starting a
private practice. It is intended as a sequel
to Part One of “Starting a Private Practice,”
which was published in the November/
December issue of The Therapist. Issues
covered in Part Two includes: Initial
inquiries and requests for service,
intake procedures, record-keeping and
documentation, fees and insurancerelated
issues, and key issues when
advertising a practice.
HIRING AN INTERN IN A PRIVATEPRACTICE: A WIN-WIN PROPOSITION
This article outlines the qualifications,
legal, and employment issues relevant to
hiring an MFT Registered Intern as an
employee in a private practice setting.
PRACTICE GUIDELINES FORPSYCHOTHERAPISTS WHO WORK INSCHOOLS: HOW FERPA APPLIES TOSCHOOL-BASED THERAPY PROGRAMS
This article is part one of a three-part series
which will discuss the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act (HIPAA), state laws
and professional codes of ethics and how
they apply to the work of school-based
psychotherapists. This first installment of
the series provides an overview of FERPA.
MEDI-CAL, MEDICARE, AND HOWLMFTs FIT IN
This article offers an overview on how
LMFTs and Registered Interns can
provide services to Medi-Cal beneficiaries,
the situations in which LMFTs can
provide services to Medicare beneficiaries
in California, and CAMFT’s recent
advocacy efforts with respect to Medicare.
CAMFT’S 53RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE“JUSTICE FOR ALL: COLLABORATION,EMPOWERMENT, AND RESILIENCY”
Registration is now open for CAMFT’s
53rd Annual Conference, “Justice for
All: Collaboration, Empowerment, and
Resiliency,” at the Hyatt Regency Santa
Clara, May 4–7, 2017.