Previous Conferences

AzAMFT Conferences

Spring 2013, Phoenix

Parenting with Love and Limits, Live! by Scott P. Sells, Ph.D.

The Impact of Drug and Gang Culture on Arizona’s Families by Brian McCluskey, BA

Fall 2012, Tucson

Cutting, Suicide, and Impulsivity: Solving Tough Cases with DBT Family Therapy by Jeffrey B. Jackson, Ph.D., LMFT

How Borderline Patients Lure Smart Therapists into Boundary Violations by Jeffrey B. Jackson, Ph.D., LMFT

Spring 2012, Phoenix

Working With Men in Couples Therapy by Terrence Real, LICSW

Ethical Best Practices of Mandated Reporting by Robert Bell, MADM

Fall 2011, Tucson
Couples Impasses: Getting Unstuck by Dr. Scott Woolley

Spring 2011, Phoenix
The Search for the Mythical Mate: Integrating Attachment, Differentiation and Neuroscience in Couples Therapy by Dr. Ellyn Bader

Working with LGBT Clients: Contemporary Issues for Working with Sexual and Gender Minority Clients by Dr. Michael Peck

Spring 2010, Phoenix
Narrative Therapy Questions: Counter-viewing & Raising Suspicions by Dr. Stephen Madigan

Ethics and Best Practice: Can I Really Avoid Evidence Based Practice? by Bob Bohanske, Ph.D.

Fall 2009, Tucson
The Practice of Psychotherapy: Is Your Risk/Reward Ratio Right? by Faren Akins, JD, PhD

Spring 2009, Phoenix
Treating Trauma and Attachment Issues in Children & Families by Michael Orlans, M.A., and Terry Levy, Ph.D.

Sailing the Seven Seas of Multicultural Competencies in Family Therapy by Marilia Baker, MSW, LMFT

Spring 2008, Phoenix
How Can I Forgive You? by Janis Abrams Spring