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Upcoming events

Upcoming events

    • 03/02/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Online Via Zoom

    LA-CAMFT Diversity Committee

    Black Therapist Support Group

    First Saturday of Every Month

    Next Meeting:
    Saturday, March 2, 2024
    12:00 pm-1:30 pm (PT)

    Online Via Zoom

    Black Therapist Support Group

    A safe place for healing, connection, support and building community. In this group, licensed clinicians, associates and students can come together and process experiences of racism (systemic, social, and internalized), discrimination, implicit bias, and micro-aggressions, along with additional experiences that therapists of African descent encounter in the field of mental health. As the late great Maya Angelou once said, “As soon as healing takes place, go out and heal someone else.” May this space, be the support needed to facilitate that journey.

    Open to LA-CAMFT Members and Non-Members

    First Saturday of this Month
    Location: Zoom Meeting

    For more information contact the Diversity Committee,

    Licensed Therapists, Associates, and Students

    Event Details: 
    Saturday, March 2, 2024, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm (PT)
    Time of Check-In: 11:50 am

    Online Via Zoom
    Upon registration for the presentation, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a link to our Zoom meeting.

    No Charge

    Online Registration CLOSES on the date of the event.
    (Registration is open and available until the group ends.)

    Questions about Registration? Contact Akiah T. Robinson Selwa, LMFT  at

    • 03/08/2024
    • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Zoom Video Conference

    If you’d like to attend the Board meeting, or want more information, please reach out to LA-CAMFT President, Christina "Tina" Cacho Sakai, LMFT, at

    • 03/17/2024
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Online via Zoom

    LA-CAMFT March 2024
    Law & Ethics Online Workshop

    Sunday, March 17, 2024
    9:00 am-4:00 pm

    Meets BBS requirements for mandatory 6 CEs/Ethical Education
    and 3 hours of Law & Ethics coursework for pre-licensed renewal.

    6 CEs

    Online Via Zoom

    Sponsored by

    Defining Legal and Ethical Issues
    for Therapists in a Changing California

    Curt Widhalm, LMFT

    Across California and throughout the nation, mental health advocacy has led to expanded access and rights for patients seeking behavioral health services. This means new opportunities and responsibilities for therapists to remain compliant with updated laws. This course explores new (and old) responsibilities for client documentation, access to records, MFTs serving as Medicare providers, and the interaction with technical advances such as artificial intelligence.

    Educational Goal
    This workshop is intended for licensed and pre-licensed master’s level therapists with beginner-to-advanced experience to cover the foundations of clinical documentation, expanded practice through Medicare, ethical considerations for technology and artificial intelligence, and updates to laws for California MFTs. At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe three required pieces of a client record.
    2. Identify three requirements for Good Faith Estimates.
    3. Critique three situations when clients request access to records.
    4. Distinguish three considerations for client privacy when using technology.
    5. Translate two standards of minimal technological competency for therapists.
    6. List three laws for therapists newly effective in 2024.

    About Curt Widhalm
    Curt Widhalm, LMFT, is the owner of Real Honest Therapy in Encino and West Los Angeles that specializes in working with teenagers and provides EMDR and comprehensive DBT. He is a member of the CAMFT Ethics Committee and a lecturer at California State University Northridge where he teaches Law & Ethics in the MFT program. Curt is also the co-host of The Modern Therapist’s Survival Guide podcast. 

    For more information, contact Jenni J.V. Wilson.

    Event Details

    Sunday, March 17, 2024, 9am-4:00pm

    Online via Zoom
    (Check-In 8:30am; includes two 15-minute breaks and a 30-minute lunch break)

    $85 for LA-CAMFT Members and Other CAMFT Chapter Members
    $85 for CSCSW Members
    $35 Prelicensed Member of LA-CAMFT/Other CAMFT Chapter
    $100 for Non-Members
    $50 for Prelicensed Non-Members
    6 CEs provided

    CAMFT Approved Continuing Education Provider 59450. This course meets the qualifications for 6 continuing education credits for MFTs, LPCCs, and/or LCSWs as required by the California Association of Marriage Family Therapists. Participants will receive an evaluation form as part of the sign in/out form and must complete form at the conclusion of course in order to receive CE.

    Refund policy: 48-hour notice required for refund of fee minus $5.00 administrative cost. Exceptions can be made for 48-hour notice in cases of emergency. Contact Jenni J.V. Wilson, Course Organizer, at

    Accommodations for Special Needs: Contact Jenni J.V. Wilson, Course Organizer, at

    Grievances: Program Administrator, Di Wilson, manages all grievances—and will acknowledge, investigate and remedy grievances. Response to grievances will be made in writing within 30 days. Contact her at

    • 03/17/2024
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Online Via Zoom

    White Therapists Fighting Racism
    LA-CAMFT Diversity Committee Affinity Group

    Third Sunday of Every Month

    Next Meeting:
    Sunday, March , 2024
    3:00 pm-5:00 pm (PT)

    Online Via Zoom

    White Therapists Fighting Racism

    The goal of White Therapists Fighting Racism (WTFR) is for white-identified therapists to become effective allies in support of decolonization and racial justice in our clinical practice, therapy association, and community. Recognizing that racism is maintained when whiteness is invisible to white people, White Therapists Fighting Racism provides a forum for white-identified therapists to explore what it means to be white. While this process includes learning about structural racism and deconstructing the false narrative about race, a primary focus in the group is on doing inner work. To learn more, click on the Diversity Committee page.

    Open to LA-CAMFT Members and Non-Members

    Licensed Therapists, Associates, and Students

    Event Details: 
    Sunday, March , 2024, 3:00 pm-5:00 pm (PT)

    To join this group, go to 

    For more information contact Randi Gottlieb at

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