Welcome to the San Diego Chapter of CAMFT!
The SD CAMFT Board is outraged and saddened by this country's systemic racism, violence, and oppression directed at Black People on a daily basis. We share the grief for lives of innocent black people who are gone too soon including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and many others. We see you and we stand with you.
As Marriage and Family Therapists, our code of ethics states that we will gain knowledge and awareness of diverse backgrounds so that we can better support our clients. Secondly, it states that we will not discriminate or condone those who do. Third, it states that we will be aware of and not perpetuate historical or social prejudices. The SD CAMFT Board wants its members to know that for us it goes beyond simply being a requirement of our code of ethics.
We want you to know that each member of the SD CAMFT Board is committed to striving to be a lifelong ally to social justice including the Black Lives Matter movement. We commit to engaging in our own self reflection on personal biases. We commit to participating in dialogues regarding race, privilege, and power. We commit to doing better and being better. We invite all of our SD CAMFT Chapter Members to join us.
SD CAMFT Board commits to planning events and promoting resources that will support Marriage and Family Therapists in continuing to develop cultural competencies and learning more effective ways to address trauma related to racism with our clients. Additionally, we commit to creating spaces where therapists can engage in important dialogues regarding these topics. One example of this is our Therapist of Color Support Group. When we as therapists participate in our own reflection and growth, we are then able to create a space where our clients will feel supported in exploring their own thoughts and emotions surrounding these important topics.
Anti-racism resources can be found at: bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES
SD CAMFT Anti-Racism Resources page: https://www.camft-sandiego.org/Anti-Racism-Resources
CAMFT Code of Ethics: https://www.camft.org/…/Association-Documents/Code-of-Ethics
Update on the COVID-19 Pandemic: Find CAMFT's up-to-date, helpful resources including: updates on the COVID-19 virus in California and nationally, issues concerning telehealth, and legal issues for therapists here. Also, learn more from these resources: CAMFT Checklist for Telehealth and BBS Coronavirus Statement.
Commitment to Diversity
The San Diego Chapter of CAMFT respects and is committed to the diversity of its members and surrounding community. We are inclusive and value individuals from all ethnicities, ages, races, sexual orientations, genders, languages, abilities, religions, citizenship statuses, socioeconomic backgrounds, education, political experiences, and political affiliations.
Join the Board!
SD CAMFT is looking for Board and Committee Members!
Submission Deadline is 11/30/20
The Board of Directors of the San Diego Chapter of CAMFT is a committed group of volunteer members who focus on providing high quality events that support the needs of our membership.
FIND A THERAPIST
Find a listing of licensed therapists, interns, and other professional members of San Diego CAMFT.
*Please note that the individuals in this directory are all licensed and governed by the State of California to practice psychotherapy. The San Diego chapter of CAMFT has made no additional effort to ascertain their qualifications or competence and is not responsible for services rendered.
We are an inclusive and welcoming community of therapists dedicated to supporting the interests of Marriage & Family Therapists and allied professionals throughout San Diego County. We believe in supporting and maintaining the high ethical standards and skills of our members through professional development and networking. We additionally aim to expand the recognition and awareness of the profession within the San Diego community.
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