CAMFT PACs PICK WINNERS!
The CAMFT PACs are pleased to have supported the following legislators who were elected or re-elected for terms beginning January, 2017.
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!
THE 2017-2018 NOMINATING COMMITTEE SLATE OF CANDIDATES
Qualified leadership is essential to CAMFT’s success. A slate of candidates for the 2017-2018 CAMFT Board of Directors is presented to the CAMFT membership by the CAMFT Nominating Committee.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE DUTY TO MAKE MANDATED REPORTS
While reporting domestic violence is not mandated for MFTs, there are other reporting duties that may be triggered by a domestic violence situation. This article reviews the reporting duties that may arise for MFTs in such scenarios.
QUANTIFYING PARITY: A LOOK AT NONQUANTITATIVE TREATMENT LIMITATIONS
Nonquantitative treatment limitations are explored, with examples of policy provisions that many require further analysis by enforcement agencies to determine if the plan is in compliance with the mental health parity requirements of MHPAEA.
MANAGED HEALTH CARE: CALIFORNIA LAW AND YOUR RIGHTS
An informative FAQ about managed health care in California, with suggestions on how to address provider grievances with managed care plans or insurers.
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.