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  • January 04, 2017 1:40 PM | Colstyn Edwards

    What  a pleasure to WELCOME each of you to the NEW YEAR with our NEW website!

    I would like to send out a CALL FOR ARTWORK. 

    Please send any artwork you would like featured in the home page slideshow to

    Also, I would like to send out a CALL FOR GROUPS/EVENTS/ACTIVITIES that you find important.  I would like to include them on our site.  

    Thank you! 

  • May 14, 2013 8:47 PM | Anonymous
    As you all know CAMFT has proposed changing the bylaws and we are currently in the voting process (ballots are to be counted 6/7/13).  There have been a number of views expressed and some strong concerns voiced (via emails).  The most controversial aspect of the proposed changes centers around a new definition of the voting members, called "clinical members" and it goes as follows:  "Any individual licensed as a mental health professional by a regulatory Board of the State of California that requires a minimum of a master's degree...."
    The Redding Regional Chapter of CAMFT does not have a specific position regarding which way the issue should be decided, but I want to open up this blog as an opportunity for members to dialogue about it.  Please feel free to contribute, whether you are licensed or pre-licensed; your thoughts are important to us.  
    We urge each of you who received ballots to think through this and other issues in the proposals and cast your vote in a timely manor (ballots must be received in San Diego no later than June 6th).
    Steve Weathersbee, Chapter President 
  • December 28, 2012 3:16 PM | Catherine Cundy

    Dear Colleagues in Healing:

    An ancient Chinese proverb states: “A single conversation with a wise man is better than ten years of study.”

    When I reflect on the many, many conversations I have had with fellow therapists at the CAMFT monthly meetings, workshops, and special events over the past six years, I am deeply grateful for the growth I have experienced.  Being a life-long learner is very important to me and I develop both professionally and personally through cross-fertilization.  For me it has been vital to have times of interaction with those who share my passion to effect healing in others, but who do not necessarily share my theoretical approach to therapy.   We of the Redding Area Chapter of CAMFT prize our diversity, which is our strength.  Our vision is to facilitate the skill enhancement of our local therapeutic community and the mutual enrichment that comes through rubbing shoulders with fellow professionals.  Being the best that we can possibly be for our clients is a high value for us all. 

    I want to challenge you to hop on board by renewing your membership in the local chapter and making the commitment to be involved with your colleagues; bring your expertise and experience to the table and share your valuable perspectives with others.  The benefits of membership are numerous, not the least of which are the free CEU’s you can earn at the monthly meetings (every 2nd Thursday at noon) and the discounts you receive in attending the special workshops.  Among the other events that are planned, we are excited about bringing back David Jensen, J.D., to present the Legal Ethical Workshop on March 1st.  You will want to renew your chapter membership right away in order to take advantage of the discounted rate for this event (more details to come).

    I am looking forward to the good things in store for 2013!  Come join the ride!


    Stephen Weathersbee, LMFT                                                                                                                                2013 President of RRC-CAMFT




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