Welcome to TAMFT!

The Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy is a state association dedicated to the advancement and promotion of marriage and family therapy in Texas. TAMFT offers a variety of benefits to MFTs (in Texas and beyond), including monthly online CEUs, national licensure exam prep tools, an annual conference, access to free attorney consultations, a supervisor directory, networking opportunities, and much more!

Membership in TAMFT ensures you help protect the MFT license in Texas, with TAMFT's robust legislative program and connections to BHEC and TSBEMFT. Members also enjoy discounts on a number of benefits, including conference registration, CEU opportunities, university tuition, website companies, and more. Even if you're not a member of TAMFT, you can take part in our CEUs, explore previous courses, and purchase our Exam Prep Tools.

Thank you TAMFT members for your continued support!

Studying for the National AMFTRB MFT Exam? Check Out the TAMFT Exam Preparation Resources

National AMFTRB MFT Exam Prep Workshop, Practice Exam, and MFT Terms Glossary

TAMFT is excited to announce a new suite of resources to help students prepare for the national AMFTRB licensure exam, including recordings of our Exam Prep Workshop, a Practice Exam & Answer Explanations, and an MFT Terms Glossary.

In the 16-hour workshop, attendees will learn test-taking strategies for the national AMFTRB exam, presented by Sara Blakeslee Salkil and Jaime Goff. Attendees will have access to slides and recorded videos from the workshop, learn test-taking strategies, and review examples of typical exam questions. The workshop covers the modern and post-modern models of therapy as well as ethics, HIPAA, and other supporting content areas. Includes PDF of the slides and practice questions connected to the course. 

Learn More About the National MFT Exam Resources

TAMFT Information on Teletherapy and COVID-19

If you do plan to pursue teletherapy, the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists requires MFTs to have 15 hours of training to perform teletherapy. TSBEMFT has petitioned the Governors Office for a suspension of the rules related to training requirements and waits for Governor Abbotts approval.

TSBEMFT and TAMFT encourage you to learn the basics of teletherapy before proceeding and guidelines laid out in Texas Administrative Code for technology-assisted services (TAS), including specific informed consent rules for technology-assisted services. Seek out online trainings, including our free course for TAMFT members, so you can offer teletherapy as an alternate modality in light of the current situation.

View Our Teletherapy Resources