TNAMFT's Middle Tennessee regional gathering will take place Friday, March 22 at Belmont University. There is NO COST to attend the workshop, and the mid-day luncheon is free! Registration is required, and 5.5 CE hours are available; hours of the workshop are 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. To register for the workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Three regional workshops will take the place of the TNAMFT annual conference in 2019.
UPDATE: Dr. Cyndi Matthews is unable to present our workshop due to a recent accident. We wish her a peaceful recovery during this difficult time.
New Presenter: Dr. Brian Le Clair is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in the State of California, and is a member of CAMFT, the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. He will present on the same topic.
Dr. Le Clair has a private practice in the Los Angeles, CA area where he services individuals, couples and families. He specializes in men's issues and in the area of sexual compulsion and trauma. He treats individuals and couples whose lives and marriages have been affected by bodied and disembodied compulsive sexual behavior. Dr. Le Clair runs groups for persons coping with sexual addiction, love addiction and unmanageable abuse of Internet pornography. He works with people in English, Spanish and French and has extensive experience working with immigrant populations especially as they navigate the cultural stressors that arise as they negotiate life in inner-city Los Angeles.
Dr. Le Clair has had an extensive career of 31 years working for the Los Angeles Unified School District where he has held various positions in language immersion education and counseling. Dr. Le Clair holds an MA in Psychology and an MS in Family Therapy from Cal State University, Los Angeles and completed his doctoral degree in Counselor Education from Texas Tech University in 2017.
He has recently published articles on bullying, human trafficking and non-consensual pornography. He is currently co-authoring a chapter on career counseling from an Adlerian perspective.
We invite you to also attend an event the following day, Saturday March 23. An Extended Town Hall Meeting is also in Middle Tennessee - hosted at the Otter Creek Church, 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN. This Extended Town Hall meeting will begin at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and will offer you free networking opportunities and free ethics and traditional CE hours. The agenda for the Town Hall meeting will include annual reports from the TNAMFT Board Officers and Directors, State of the State from the TNAMFT President, Membership Update, Advocacy Update, and Proposed Bylaws Changes with periods of open discussion woven throughout the agenda. This is a critical time in our association's history, and your attendance and voice are needed!