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Benefits of Marriage and Family Therapy

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What distinguishes Marriage and Family Therapists from other mental health professionals?

A family orientation coupled with rigorous training requirements make Marriage and Family Therapists uniquely qualified to provide mental health services. Family Therapists are trained in various modes of therapy in order to prepare them for work with individuals, families, couples, and groups. The training of MFTs includes live supervision by experienced MFTs, which is unique among the mental health disciplines. 


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News & Updates

Read the June 2020 KIN Newsletter here 

KIN Virtual Hangouts 

During these difficult times we would like to invite our members and all MFTs in KY to connect with us to discuss how they are coping with the realities of COVID-19 and the current racial distress in our state and nation.

We are offering a space of encouragement, self-care, support, the ability to laugh, lament, and ask for what you need.

We have two times for you to join us: 
Thursday June 18th @ 8pm - 9pm
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Saturday June 27th  @ 9:00am – 10:00am
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We will use Google Meet for these sessions. For more information about how to join a video meeting click here: https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/9850339