Get Involved- How to be an MFT Advocate!
Being an MFT advocate can be easy and obtainable for anyone. As systemic thinkers, we have a unique perspective on how to change dysfunctional systems. Some of the simple ways you can help CTAMFT advocate for MFTs in CT are:
- Submitting testimony,
- Writing to legislators,
- Be a subject area expert,
- Talk to your colleagues about MFT and mental health initiatives,
- Share our social media posts
- Join the advocacy committee
Join the CTAMFT Advocacy Committee
In order for Connecticut advocacy efforts to be effective, we need active member participation. Become part of our Advocacy Committee and see how you can join our mission to protect and advance the MFTs in Connecticut. Many of our tasks range from various levels of engagement to 1 minute tasks to a couple of hours, there is always something you can do to help.
For more information, and to sign up for our Advocacy Committee, email our Advocacy Chair, Jaime Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Join the AAMFT FamilyTEAM
CTAMFT's Advocacy committee also collaborates with the AAMFT FamilyTEAM. Consider joining to network with local Connecticut FamilyTEAM members and to hear about national legislative updates. For more information on how to join, please visit AAMFT's FamilyTEAM website.