NCU faculty member Dr. Adamson shares why he switched from a political science major with plans to attend law school to a degree in marriage and family therapy. Read his interview in CareersinPsychology.org.
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Northcentral University’s Charles K. West, Ph.D., LMFT, is ready to take on all the myths about Marriage and Family Therapy licensure, state regulations and the MFT National Examination. You’re invited to join us for this illuminating webinar on Thursday, February 14, 2013 from 10 to 11 a.m. (PST). Register today for the next lecture in our series by sending an e-mail to: email@example.com. We’ll reserve your virtual ticket and you’ll be sent login information to the seminar through our GotoMeeting Webinar service.
As part of our commitment to offering high-quality MFT training, you’ll also be added to our mailing list and you will receive information about future topics in our MFT lecture series. We will cover a new topic bimonthly, including ethics, licensure, research, and applications of systems theory.
We welcome input from interested parties. Please share suggestions for future topics and speakers by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. West is the current Past-President of the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB) and was previously a content expert for the National MFT Examination.
Dr. West is the author of an article entitled, “Marriage and Family Therapy: Examining the Impact of Licensure on an Evolving Profession,” in the January 2013 issue of Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. He is also the co-editor of Family Therapy Review: Contrasting Contemporary Models (2012). This book includes chapters that West has written on the changing MFT profession and third-wave behavioral marital therapy (contextual cognitive behavioral therapy).
Dr. West currently serves as the Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training for Northcentral’s Marriage and Family Therapy Programs in the School of Marriage and Family Sciences. NCU’s Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy is the first and only COAMFTE-accredited program with distance education – ensuring that the University’s program aligns with national accreditation standards.