Welcome back everyone. I hope you had a great relaxing and
In July, we hosted our annual Law and ethics training, with
CAMFT staff attorney David Jensen as our featured speaker. As always, he was well received.
Fall is gearing up to be a very busy and exciting time for
We will begin our breakfast meetings again on
September 18. Our speaker will be Tonya Elliot-Walker, who will be addressing us
on cultural diversity especially the Native American and Buddhist cultures.
In addition, we will have a full day training on Sept 11, with Dr. John Preston which is now sold out! John did a training for us in the
spring which was outstanding, and we look forward to having him for a full day.
In October, we will have an LGBTQ panel. I invite you all to
attend . Our program committee has been working very hard putting a panel
together that can share with us on this very important topic.
We are co-sponsoring with AAMFT a couples conference which is a two day conference and covers about every topic you can think of on the subject of couples therapy.
It is also that time of year when we ask if anyone is interested in serving on the SVC-CAMFT Board in 2016. We will be electing a Secretary, Treasurer and President Elect. Patricia St. James, our current President Elect and head of the Nomination Committee is looking for volunteers to appoint to the other board positions. Positions we are looking for are Members-at-Large, Program Co-Chairs, Hospitality Co-Chairs, Club 3000 Co-Chairs, Volunteer Co-Chairs, Membership Co-Chairs, Sponsorship Co-Chairs, and many other positions. If you are interested in volunteering please email our Administrative Assistant, Heather Blessing at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and what position(s) you are interested in and she will get the information to the Nomination Committee. Remember SVC-CAMFT needs volunteers to exist - come join us and make a difference!
Welcome to the section of the SVC-CAMFT newsletter, Legal Beagle written
by Darlene Davis, LMFT. The chapter thought it would be helpful to keep you
updated on new laws, legislative pursuits or actions, as well as ongoing legal
and ethical dilemmas we all face in our career as Licensed Marriage and Family
Therapists, Interns, and Trainees. Please feel free to ask questions that you
have and I will do my best to investigate and post your answer in the
newsletter. Please note that articles are based on information from CAMFT
and/or the BBS and have been researched to the best of my ability. This is not
meant to be legal advice. Please
contact CAMFT or Board of Behavioral Sciences for any legal matters you need
I know there are many
questions floating around about the upcoming Exam structure for MFT Interns,
ASW’s, and PCC Interns. I decided to revisit an earlier article adding
additional information provided by the BBS. This article speaks to MFT Intern
regulations. For complete
information regarding the new testing requirements visit www.bbs.ca.gov.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2016 EXAM SCHEDULING!!!
The board is implementing a blackout
period for LMFT and LCSW examinations to ensure the integrity of examination
candidate data during the transition. The examination blackout period will be
from December 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. During the examination blackout
period the Board will continue to accept applications for licensure eligibility
and examinations, but applicants will not be able to register for or take an examination
during the blackout. The Board will work with candidates who have eligibility
to ensure that they are not adversely affected. This blackout period does not
affect LPCC and LEP applicants.
If you are currently eligible to take
the Standard Written Exam or the Clinical Vignette Exam you may schedule and
take the exam(s) before November 30, 2015. After November 30, 2015 you will not
be able to schedule these exam. If you passed the Standard Written Exam
prior to November 30, 2015 you will then take the new Clinical Written Exam
after January 1, 2016. If you did not pass the Standard Written Exam you
will take the new Law & Ethics Exam after January 1, 2016. If you were
eligible and did not pass the Clinical Vignette Exam by November 30,
2015 you will then take the new Clinical Written Exam after January 1, 2016.
Existing Registrants: (Interns with a registration #)
REGISTRATION EXPIRES ON OR BEFORE JUNE
For your 2016 renewal: Registrants with
an expiration date prior to July 1, 2016 are not required to take the
California Law & Ethics exam in order to renew as long as you submit your
fee and renewal form before June 30, 2016.
For your 2017 renewal: If you were required to take the exam
for your 2016 renewal and did not pass, you will have to take a 12-hour Law
& Ethics course in order to retake the exam for your 2017 renewal. You will
need to submit documentation of the Law & Ethics course when submitting
your retake form. You must have taken the California Law & Ethics exam in
order to renew. If you have already passed the exam, simply submit your fee and
REGISTRATION EXPIRES AFTER JUNE 30,
For your 2016 renewal: You will have to
take the California Law & Ethics exam in order to renew.
For your 2017 renewal: If you did not
pass the California Law & Ethics exam, you must take a 12-hour Law &
Ethics course in order to retake the exam for your 2017 renewal. You will need
to submit documentation of the Law & Ethics course when submitting your
retake form. You will have to take the California Law & Ethics exam during
the last renewal period in order to renew. If you have already passed the exam,
simply submit your fee and renewal form.
New Applicants: (applying for intern registration after January 2016)
You will be required to take the
California Law & Ethics exam during your renewal period. If you do not pass
the California Law & Ethics exam, you must take a 12-hour Law & Ethics
course in order to retake the exam for your 2017 renewal. You will need to
submit documentation of the Law & Ethics course when submitting your retake
form. You will have to take the California Law & Ethics exam during the
last renewal period in order to renew. If you have already passed the exam,
simply submit your fee and renewal form.
Currently in exam cycle and have not passed the Standard
Even though you are in the exam cycle
you will have to follow the procedures listed above for registration renewal.
If you have already passed the Standard Written you do not need to take an exam
in order to renew.
Need a subsequent registration number on or before December
If you submit the fee and application
between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016, you will be granted a second or
third number, upon meeting all requirements, without having passed the
California Law & Ethics exam. For your 2018 renewal you must have a passing
score on the California Law & Ethics exam in order to renew.
Need a subsequent registration number after January 1, 2017:
You must have a passing score on the
California Law & Ethics exam to be granted a subsequent registration
The President Elect shall
prepare to take on the office of the presidency to perform such duties as
delegated by the Board. The President Elect shall perform the duties of
the President in the event the President is unable to serve or is absent and
shall also function as a President in training. He or she shall begin
formulating plans for his/her term during his/her tenure as President Elect
including finding volunteers for the next term. The President Elect will attend Board meetings (5) and the
annual retreat (1).
The Secretary shall keep
accurate minutes of all Board or business meetings of the association including
recording what was said and done. He/she shall maintain an accurate
historical record in archives established by the board and will also work
closely with the President. He/she shall monitor Board discussions and
make motions when appropriate to facilitate decision making. The Secretary will
attend board meetings (5) and annual retreat (1).
The treasurer shall keep
and maintain or cause to be kept and maintained, adequate records of accounts
of the properties and business transaction of the chapter, including accounts
of its assets, liabilities, receipts, disbursements, gains, losses, capital,
retained earnings, and other matters customarily included in financial
statements. The books of account shall be open to inspection by any board
member at all reasonable times. The treasurer will provide quarterly reports to
the board of directors. The Treasurer will attend board meetings (5) and annual
The treasurer shall deposit, or shall cause to be deposited, all money and
other valuables in the name and to the credit of the chapter with such
depositories as may be designated by the board of directors; shall disburse, or
cause to be disbursed, the funds of the chapter as may be ordered by the board
of directors; shall render at such regular meeting of the board, or at such
other times as directed by the board, an account of his/her transactions as
chief financial officer and of the financial condition of the chapter; shall
prepare or cause to be prepared a proposed annual budget to be presented to the
board of directors prior to the annual membership meeting; and shall have such
other powers and shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the
board of directors or the bylaws.
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Program Co-chairs, Hospitality Co-Chairs, Membership Co-Chairs, Sponsorship Co-Chairs, Bylaws Co-Chairs, Club 3000 Co-Chairs and many more positions. Send an email to email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering for the board with your contact information and the position(s) or types of things you are interested in. Join us in making SVC-CAMFT the best it can be!
June Presentation Summary
Psychopharmacology (2 CEUs)
By: John Preston, PsyD., ABPP
John Preston has an amazing way of explaining the complex in a simple to understand way. He holds your attention and makes you want to know more. John Preston reviewed the most recent developments in the field of
psychopharmacology and explained how psychotherapists could enhance
outcomes with their clients taking psychiatric medications. He discussed what many often will not - the
common reasons that medical treatments fail such as unsuspected medical
disorders, non-adherence, side effects, fears and mis-information. He also described
specific interventions that improve outcomes. I appreciated that he talked about how therapists can act as
coaches with clients dealing with medication issues and we can collaborate with
primary care prescribers to help our clients have better outcomes. He touched on controversies,
experimental treatments, new medications and the limitations of
pharmacologic treatments. That was the shortest 2 hours I have had in a long time. I look forward to seeing him in September for an all day training. I just want so much more information and he explains things in a way I can understand them.
Summary by Heather Blessing, MA, LMFT
June Meeting Information
Free Pre-licensed 3000 Club Meeting
Topic: Cultural Diversity Presenter: Tonya Elliot-Walker & Carlos Flores Jr., MS Date: Friday, September 18, 2015 Time: 8:30 AM to 9:45 AM Location: Heritage Oaks Hospital 4250 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95841 (map)
Topic:Cultural Competency and
Best Practices for Native American and Buddhist Clients Presenter: Tonya Elliott-Walker Date:Friday, September 18, 2015 Time:9:30 AM to 12:00PM Location: Heritage Oaks Hospital 4250 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95841 (map)
Objectives: 1. Understand ACA guidelines for cross cultural counseling competencies 2. Develop knowledge, skills and awareness with regards to Native American an Buddhist cultures 3. Understand the concept of historical trauma and how it affects current mental health issues in Native American people 4. Learn to differentiate between a "spiritual experience" and psychosis or delusions as it relates to religion based cultures 5. Develop understanding about the concept of attachment as it relates to both Native American and Buddhist cultures
presentation will assist licensees and pre-licensees in expanding their
cultural counseling competency understandings in the areas of Native
American peoples, Buddhist cultures and other religion based cultures,
which will allow them to treat a client from these cultures in a more
ethically and clinically sound manner.
Presenters' Bios: Tonya Elliott-Walker LMFT
is the Clinical Director of the University of Phoenix Counseling Skills
Center, Sacramento Valley Campus. She owns a private practice in Meadow
Vista, California where she specializes in providing counseling
services for Native American individuals and families. She also
contracts with local tribal agencies for providing clinical services and
continuing education. She recently spoke at the Native American
Training Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico on the use of drumming therapy for healing trauma in Native American people. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Capella University.
Carlos Flores Jr., MS earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology
and English from The University of California-Davis in 1998. He then earned his
Master's Degree in Counseling from Sacramento State University with an emphasis
in Marriage Family Therapy and Career Counseling in 2005. Carlos
previously worked for Yolo County Department of Alcohol, Drug, and Mental
Health as a clinician specializing in youth going through the Juvenile Justice
System. He also has experience in working in community, not-for-profits, and
school settings. Previously the Campus College Chair for Social Sciences, he is
now the Campus College Chair for the College of Humanities at University of
Phoenix. Carlos is a Life Balance Coach with an emphasis in self-awareness and
stress management. He has previously taught topics that include
early childhood education, anger management, cultural awareness, survival
skills for actors, and chemical dependency, among others. Carlos was born in El
Salvador and moved to the United States at the age of 9. English was his second
language. He was raised Catholic and is now immersed in the study of Buddhism.
His lifetime of cultural experience combined with his academic training afford
him a unique perspective with which to conceptualize and implement various
cultural competencies as they relate to mental health and wellness practices. His philosophy is to have a 360 degree learning
environment where everyone has the same opportunity to learn from one
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administrative fee to cover costs of the initial transaction. No shows,
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This section will be for announcing Mental Health Community Events such as walks/runs, fundraising, health fairs and other non-profit events. To have an event listed please email email@example.com
Come celebrate with us at Recovery Happens, September 2, 2015 at the State Capitol Recovery Happens is the statewide campaign for everyone to celebrate
the lives of people who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug
addiction. Recovery Happens provides the perfect platform to inform
Californians about the positive effects that recovery and treatment have
on our communities.
brings over 5,000 people for a day of celebration and fun! Imagine 5,000
recovering people from every walk of life and every part of California
gathered on the steps of our Capitol. There will also be numerous
treatment providers form the Sacramento area and treatment related
professionals attending. Won’t you join us and experience what we offer
The 2nd Annual River Run will take place on Saturday, September 5, 2015,
at Raley Field, West Sacramento, California. The event includes a
timed and untimed 5K Run/Walk and a FREE ¼ Mile Kids Race. Stick around
after the main event if your child wants a chance to run the bases! The River Run benefits the Collings Teen Center, part of a non-profit
organization investing in the lives of young people in the West
Sacramento Community. Click here for more info: http://www.5kriverrun.com/raceinformation/
In Downtown Sacramento, the Run To Remember 5K Run/Walk will take place
to give those who vowed to “Never Forget” the opportunity to exercise
that vow. The 5K run/walk will start at 9:11 a.m. on 9/13, and wind
through Downtown Sacramento. At the finish of the race, American flags
will be handed to runners at the Tribute site located on Capitol Mall
between 6th and 7th Street. Each flag will represent an American who
lost their life on 9/11/2001. Runners will carry the flag they are
given and will place it in the Pentagon Shaped Memorial at the "Tribute
in the Park". Each American Flag will be placed next to a name plate
engraved with the name of an American who did not return home. When the
Run To Remember is complete, nearly 3000 flags will stand united in the
Memorial as a tribute to those that were lost. Click here for more info: http://www.sac911run.com/
Break Free Run Folsom Saturday, September 26, 2015 The Parkway Trails • Folsom
Break Free Run was founded after a 17-year-old girl was taken from a
sleepy suburb in Northern California and trafficked for eight days
before she was found and rescued by the FBI. Together the mother of the
teen, Vicki Zito, along with Ashlie Bryant, Stephanie Loos and Amy
Johnson, founded Break Free Run. Click here for more info: http://www.breakfree.org/folsom/folsom-race-info/
If you know someone who identifies as transgender, trans, genderqueer or non-binary, is at least 18 years old and currently live in the US, its territories or on a military base, please consider passing on this link so they can take the 2015 U.S. Trans Survey. It's anonymous, and so important that as many people as possible that are trans identified are heard if we are ever to actually achieve equality for the T in GLBT. Please let your voice be heard! As of right now, the survey will be open until September 21st. http://www.ustranssurvey.org/
STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT OPPORTUNITY
OSHPD offers loan repayment of up to $10,000 to mental health workers
in hard-to-fill and/or hard-to-retain positions in the Public Mental
Health System (PMHS) in exchange for a 12-month service obligation.
You will need to create a "New Account" (under Login box), in order to complete the application.
Client Centered Cultural
Competency By Tonya Elliott-Walker LMFT University of Phoenix,
Sacramento Valley Campus
The demand for evidenced based practices by third party payers
often leaves clinicians no choice but to lean heavily in the direction of
behaviorally based models of treatment with little regard for the cultural
needs of the client. Agencies often have good intentions with regards to
providing culturally competent services but inevitably they must succumb to
what is reimbursable in order to stay in business. CBT and DBT are both well researched and easily
conceptualized and implemented by both seasoned practitioners and student
interns. However they are not always evidenced based for cultural minorities.
It is often these models that are culturally adapted with the intention to meet
the mental health needs of various marginalized populations. Sometimes this
works and sometimes it does not. What is evident is that there is not enough research
regarding the efficacy of these culturally adapted models. Current research in
the field of counselor education and supervision suggests that an integrative
approach to treatment may be a better way to fulfill the need for culturally
competent mental health practices (Ingram,
Focusing on behavior alone often excludes the other
dimensions of cultural life that may play a much bigger part in the overall
mental health of ethnic minorities; spirituality, mind- body awareness,
community based relational awareness and connection to nature to name just a
few. It is not enough to simply try to change behavior, clinicians need to
learn to conceptualize within multiple theoretical frameworks in order to
capture the worldview of their minority client. Client centered cultural
competency requires that the clinician not only remain open-minded, but that
the clinician can actually immerse themselves in a worldview other than their
own abandoning any personal or professional agenda they may have had and
entering into an authentic organic therapeutic experience of mutual learning
and exploration with their client. In this way the role of the therapist becomes that of a
facilitator of change grounded in his/her authentic self, helping the client’s
authentic self to emerge as well.
Existential theory is one
option for contributing to an integrative framework. It offers a unique
perspective that blends well with multiple cultural paradigms while still
allowing for a focus on behavioral change. With values such as authenticity,
finding meaning in suffering, understanding existential guilt and anxiety, as
well as mastering the concepts of the four worlds, physical, the social,
the psychological, and the spiritual (Corsini, &
Wedding, 2000; Ingram, 2012; Frankyl,
1952), one can easily draw parallels between the
values of an existential world view and that of many ethnic minorities. For
example; the Native American worldview supports the constructs of wholeness
using the medicine wheel and the four directions as a foundation for wellness.
The medicine wheel is interpreted differently within each tribal paradigm but
in essence is very similar to the existential concept of the four worlds (Rybak, & Decker-Fitts, 2009),
incorporating our physical life, our emotional life, our relational life and
our spiritual life into a path of balance, wisdom and
wellbeing. In Buddhist culture the four noble truths provide a foundation for
wellness that incorporates the existential concept of suffering, acknowledging
that it exists, that is has meaning, and that we have the power inside of us to
stop our own suffering and perhaps to help stop the suffering of others. In
addition, the four divine abodes offer teachings regarding loving-kindness
compassion, appreciative joy and equanimity
if, within these cultural constructs there exists already, a framework for
alleviating emotional, mental and physical suffering, why then, are we as
clinicians trying to reinvent the wheel by adapting behavioral models of
interventions that were developed for a westernized society devoid of authentic
culture. Maybe we need to consider that the culture of those we serve may have
built-in infrastructure for healing mental health issues. Perhaps we are conceptualizing the
mental health of our minority clients incorrectly. Perhaps we, as a profession,
are in need of healing of our limiting beliefs about what can be effective for
treating mental illness of marginalized populations. Perhaps these are
considerations that need to be further explored.
Elliott LMFT and Carlos Flores Jr. MA. Will be presenting at the CAMFT meeting
September 18th at Hertiage Oaks Hospital on “Cultural Competency and
Best Practices for Native American and Buddhist Clients”. For more information
Corsini, R.J., & Wedding, D. (2000). Current Psychotherapies, Sixth Edition,
Itaska, Illinois:F.E Peacock Publishers Inc.
Frankl, V., (1959). Man’s search for meaning: An introduction to
Logotherapy. Boston, Ma: Beacon Press
Ingram, B. B. (2012). Clinical
Case Formulations; Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client.
Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons Inc.
Rybak, C., & Decker-Fitts, A. (2009). Understanding Native
American healing practices. Counselling
Psychology Quarterly, 22(3), 333-342. doi:10.1080/09515070903270900
Wallace, B. A., & Shapiro, S. L. (2006). Mental
balance and well-being: Building bridges between Buddhism and Western
psychology. American Psychologist, 61(7), 690-701. doi:10.1037/0003-066X.61.7.690
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necessarily reflect the Sacramento Valley Chapter of CAMFT or CAMFT.
They should be
understood as the personal opinions of the author. No information in
this articles will be understood as official. Other views and
commentary are welcome and will be published as long as they are
respectful and stick to the topic.
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Title: Inside Out Rated: PG Released: 2015 Reviewer:Heather Blessing, LMFT Review: I am a sucker for kids' movies, but was really surprised at how therapeutic this movie is. It shows how emotions can be felt at the same time. How all of the emotions interact in different events and most importantly that it is ok not to be happy all of the time. It even showed that sadness can actually create happy memories through bonding with the ones you love when they try to help you get through a sad time. I recommend having clients that are struggling to understand their feelings watch this movie. I got plush dolls of the characters in the movie and it has worked better than my feelings charts with children, adolescents and surprisingly adults.
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