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Order Extending May 6, 2020, Order Waiving Face-to-Face Training and Supervision Requirements for Marriage Family Therapists, Professional Clinical Counselors, and Clinical Social Workers
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The Director hereby further extends the Order Waiving Face-to-Face Training and Supervision Requirements for Marriage Family Therapists, Professional Clinical Counselors, and Clinical Social Workers. The order now terminates March 31, 2022, unless further extended.
This order is effective immediately but may be amended as circumstances require.
Dated Jan. 11, 2022
For a limited time, SVC-CAMFT is running a membership special that includes two scholarships for Systematic Affair Recovery Therapy (SART)
training part 1 valued at $699.00. In order to qualify, you must work
with couples. Two names will be drawn. This opportunity is being
generously sponsored by Dr. Talal Alsaleem.
was developed to provide counselors of all levels with a strategic and
adaptive treatment method for helping couples heal from the trauma of
sexual and emotional affairs.
Beginning January 1, 2022, the No Surprises
Act (H.R. 133) will go into effect. The law includes new requirements
for health care providers, facilities, health plans and insurers which
are intended to prevent consumers (a.k.a. patients) from receiving
unanticipated medical bills. The No Surprises Act resulted in changes to
the Public Health Service Act1 that also apply to health care providers
and facilities. In anticipation of the new laws, the federal
government recently published the accompanying regulations or rules for
compliance. Part 1 of the subsequent regulations protects consumers
with health plan coverage from surprise bills from out-of-network MFT
providers under limited circumstances related to emergency and
non-emergency services at in-network facilities. This portion of the no
surprise billing regulations published in July of 2021 will have only
minimal impacts on MFTs and is discussed in the last half of this
View CAMFT Article
HHS/CMS templates are linked here:
Free On Demand CAMFT Webinar
Marianna Jakucska has been a licensed marriage and family
therapist since December 2014. She got her Bachelor of Arts degree at San
Francisco State University in Psychology and her two minor focus-of-interest in
Philosophy of Religion and Religious Studies. She received her Master of Arts
degree in Counseling Psychology at John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley, CA.
She is originally from Hungary and she finished her high school education
there. She moved to the U.S. in 1993, lived in New York, then moved to the East
Bay, California in 2003. She has been a Sacramento resident since 2015.
Marianna worked at Alameda County Crisis Support Services in
Oakland and counseled many people who called the crisis hotline. She acted as a
milieu counselor for adults using substances at New Bridge Foundation in
Berkeley. In Sacramento, she was employed by WellSpace Health and provided
much-needed trauma counseling to children, young adults and their caregivers as
well as to parents who were mandated to counseling by CPS. She also provided
therapy at Lions Heart Counseling. Since February of this year, she is in her
private practice full time.
Next year? Marianna is aiming for the Secretary position at
SVC-CAMFT to give back to the Community that has provided so much support to
her. While developing her private practice with a focus on coaxing creative
thinking from her clients, that integrates the intuitive and symbolic language
of emotions and the critical, questioning language of reason, she hopes she has
gained enough wit to fulfill this position to benefit the Sacramento therapist
have been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 20 years. I
believe that clients come to counseling not only to gain a better
understanding of themselves, but with a desire to leave with new skills
and tools to apply to their lives. I work with individuals, couples, families and adolescents.
serve as an adjunct instructor at California State University,
Sacramento. I served as President of SVC-CAMFT in 2015 and
Past-President in 2016 and then again President in 2019 and Past
President in 2020. I look forward to serving as Treasurer. I am
committed to advancing the profession of Marriage and Family Therapy. I
enjoy teaching and mentoring new therapists in the field.
In an effort to reduce our footprint, we have made the following changes.
Event HandoutsPlease be prepared to download or print your own handouts. The chapter will not supply paper handouts going forward. If you have a need for printed handouts, you can notify us by sending an email to email@example.com.Event SurveysEvent surveys will also not be printed, but sent in an email to each registrant. They can be fully completed online, as well as the certificate.CE CertificatesCertificates will be available online as a downloaded file. Upon completion of the online survey, the certificate will automatically download. The name and license number must be manually added into the available text box. This completed document can then be saved to your files.
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