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Hello OAMFT therapists. We are concerned about telehealth in therapy in the state. PLEASE take 1 minute to take the following survey we will be using in the media with other types of therapists to draw attention to the need and issues.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/D9LHBWL       Please take only once and spread the word to all therapists.

Steve Rodgers
Chair, OAMFT

Get involved with Oregon Interest Network - OAMFT
Please contact us at oamftboard@gmail.com to RSVP and get more information.
We are currently looking for a few more members to add to our advisory group, the leadership team of OAMFT. If you are interested, please drop an email to Steve Rodgers, the Chair, at stephen.rodgers57@gmail.com.  Thanks

About Oregon AAMFT

OAMFT is a network of Oregon Marriage and Family Therapists working together to advance the profession through:

  • Advocacy
  • Continuing Education
  • Networking

Benefits of Marriage and Family Therapy

News & Updates

Mid-term Legislative Session
As you probably heard, the legislative session ended with a significant number of bills left on the table because the Republicans refused to show up due to the cap and trade bill which they opposed. There were several bills around mental health issues. It remains to be seen what will happen to those. They may be tabled until the next legislative session in 2021. We will keep you posted.

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  • Free legal consultations
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  • Access to over 25,000 colleagues around the world
  • Discounts on Liability Insurance, EHRs and more
  • Subscription to the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
  • And many additional benefits


Here are some websites that may be helpful to you during these times.

This is a potential list of resources for you and for your clients.


This is a link to updates from the state. We are working on reciprocity with Washington for telehealth. To date, if you are licensed in Washington, you can telecommunicate with clients in Oregon because Oregon changed the rule. Washington has not done so as of today, April 3.


Webinar on the COPACT website about telehealth, well worth watching.


Steve Rodgers, LMFT