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Upcoming events

    • March 21, 2017
    • April 16, 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • Creekside Counseling Center

    Looking for Therapists to come share at the 3000 club. 

    Looking for Licensed Therapists who might be interested in speaking to MFT interns or ASWs on a specific topic.  This is a once a month event called the 3000 club.   It is for all unlicensed MFTs and ASWs working on their hours.  

     It is every 3rd Tuesday morning from 8:30a-9:30a  

    Creekside Counseling Center

     If you would be interested and sharing and meeting interns please email :


    Christy Dell , Member at Large

    MFTI #81302

    • January 18, 2018
    • 7:00 PM
    • 2280 Benton Drive Building B

    The Shasta Chapter will now be meeting at the Northern California United Way Conference Room at 2280 Benton Drive Building B in Redding.  Enter on Benton Dr. as you would to go to the Senior Citizen Center, this is the second building as you drive into the parking lot, the opposite end of the lot from the Senior Citizen Center building.  We will have a sign on the street and in front of the building. Naturalist and photographer Ken DeCamp will be speaking about his new field guide, Wildflowers of the Trinity Alps, including the Russian and Marble Mountain Wilderness Areas and the Trinity Divide" coauthored by Julie Kierstead Nelson and we will have their books for sale below Amazon prices.  The meeting will start at 7 pm, but we will be there at 6:45 for book sales, a botanical term display (leaves this month) and plant ID by one of our Chapter members, bring your unknown plant or photo.  Everyone is welcome.

    Native Plant ID  Do you have any plants you would like identified by one of our chapter experts?  Bring your unknown plant or a picture (flower and leaf best) to the meeting at 6:45 pm and we will have someone who can help with identification.  Book Sales We will have our books and posters for sale starting with our January meeting with discounts available for members. 

    Learn new plant terms At the January meeting we will have several pages of leaf terminology with real leaves to help people learn plant taxonomy terms.  Each meeting we hope to feature different terms of plant morphology.

    • January 21, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Redding City Hall

    On January 21, 2018, thousands of women, femmes and allies will come together in Las Vegas, Nevada, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March and to launch our collective 2018 Women’s March agenda: #PowerToThe Polls.

    We in Redding, CA are organizing a March and education fair on January 21st for the Women's March anniversary weekend. 

    From the Women’s March to the Women’s Convention, we’ve seen how powerful we are when we gather together, share space and lift each other up. While the official Women's March anniversary event will take place in Nevada, Women’s March Chapters are organizing exciting state-specific anniversary events throughout the anniversary weekend, from marches to legislative actions to community events to voter registration drives.

    Together, we will show this administration that women are not backing down.

    Join us in Redding, CA for the first anniversary of the Women's March.

    To Register go to:

    Host Contact Info:

    • February 09, 2018
    • February 11, 2018
    • El Dorado Hills
    Sign up by January 7th to get the Early Bird Rate!!

    Or for this or any other upcoming training go to: (click on training)

    Or call: Lisa Larson at (916) 712-0226

    • March 09, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Shasta College Annex (Downtown) 1400 Market St. Redding, CA 96001
    • 70

    Course Description:

    If confidentiality is the cornerstone of the therapist-patient relationship, it behooves therapists to have an accurate understanding of the laws that affect the confidentiality of patient information. What information must be kept confidential? What information could be shared without an authorization? How can we limit third-party access to outpatient information?  What “things” does a practitioner have to do to secure patient information to keep it confidential? In this presentation, David Jensen, J.D., will review California and HIPAA laws regarding the confidentiality of patient information.

    Learning Objectives:           

    1.     Compare the “building blocks” of patient information and confidentiality under California law and HIPAA.

    2.     Describe the structure of California Civil Code § 56.10 and the importance of written authorizations.

    3.     Explain the relationship between California Civil Code §§ 56.10 and 56.104 and why this relationship is so important for outpatient psychotherapists.

    4.     Apply the categories of “T-P-O” to patient information under HIPAA.

    5.     Assess how HIPAA handles the technical aspects of confidentiality differently than California law does


Redding Regional Chapter of the California Marriage and Family Therapists
P.O. Box 990003
Redding, CA 96099-0003

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