MFT Candidates

  1. Changes to the National MFT Exam in 2020
    Changes to the National MFT Exam in 2020

    Changes to the National MFT Exam in 2020 

    Our team at AATBS is committed to keeping you up to date on changes to the National MFT Exam, in order to help you study most effectively to get your license. For 2020, the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB) has made some changes to how they score this test.

  2. Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Find the Learning Style that is Right for You
    Each person learns information differently. As you prepare for your exam, it is helpful to identify how you learn and retain information. There are three major learning styles which include auditory, visual, and tactile. This post will explore everything you need to know about the 3 learning styles.
  3. New California Clinical Licensure Requirement: Mandatory Suicide Prevention Course
    New California Clinical Licensure Requirement: Mandatory Suicide Prevention Course
    The state of California has always required its clinical practitioners to complete continuing education (CE) requirements in order to maintain their license. Soon, the state will require an additional CE class from new and active clinicians. Beginning on January 1, 2020 for California psychologists and January 1, 2021 for other licensed clinicians, such as MFTs, LCSWs, and LPCs, clinicians must complete six hours of suicide risk assessment and intervention training.
  4. Clinical Counselor and MFT Interns in California Will Now be Called Associates
    Clinical Counselor and MFT Interns in California Will Now be Called Associates
    As of January 1st, the title for Clinical Counseling and MFT interns has been changed to associate.