2022 WAMFT February Webinar

When:  Feb 26, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CT)

Asha Sutton, PhD, LMFT

Dr. Asha B. Sutton is an experienced professor specializing in distance-based teaching and training of MFT graduates. She is also a licensed marriage and family therapist in the states of Illinois and Michigan, as well as an approved marriage and family therapist supervisor. In her role as the Program Director of the Masters of Arts Program in Marriage and Family Sciences, Asha oversees the education of over 1,500 marriage and family therapists worldwide. She has also served on the Elections Council for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She approaches her work using a culturally informed framework. It is through her work that she seeks to conceptualize and analyze challenges in a manner that acknowledges, advances, and incorporates concepts of diversity, social justice and racial equity.

Increasing Your Clinical Ability to Better Meet the Needs of Families Engaged in the Child Welfare System

Families engaged in the child welfare system have a range of unique clinical needs and considerations. It is critical that clinicians are able to both acknowledge aspects of diversity that impact the client experience but also their perspective and experience as providers. Taking an interactive approach, this webinar will not only explore the unique needs of families engaged in the child welfare system, but it will also examine the concept of location-of-self and review best clinical practices for working with this population.

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will learn from a review of the current child welfare literature.
  2. Participants will understand key components of identity that influence the therapeutic approach of clinicians.
  3. Participants will be able to summarize best practices for working with families engaged in the child welfare system.

Continuing Education Units

You can receive up to 2.0 CEs for this webinar series. Click Here for information on CEs. Approved for LMFTs, LPCs, and LCSWs in Wisconsin.


Non-members wishing to register for events will need to create a prospective member account. This will provide you with an AAMFT account but you will not have to pay dues. This way you can register for any event with us in the future!

Registration Dates

Registration Ends Friday, February 25, 2022

Pricing Information

Registration Price
Wisconsin Network Students $15.00
Wisconsin Network Members $35.00
AAMFT Students $25.00
AAMFT Members $45.00
Non-Members $55.00
Presenter Waived


Amanda Anderson
(608) 515-8727