Student Resources & Links
These webpages are chock-a-block full of information that will help you get from where you are living now to your first day of graduate classes and beyond. In this guide, we will help you locate forms, figure out how to get books and parking passes, point you in the direction of sources that will tell you the national licensing exam, where to find the health center and the library, places to live, eat, and shop. We hope this helps make your transition to VSU’s MFT program as smooth as possible.
Resources for MFT Practitioners
- American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
- American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA)
- Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT)
- Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB)
- Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (GAMFT).
- National Council for Family Relations (NCFR).
- American Society for Cybernetics
- Context Consultants
- Mental Research Institute
- Milton Erickson Foundation
- National Rural Recruitment and Retention Network
- Principia Cybernetica Web
- Qualitative Report
- Whole Systems Quotes
Resources for Consumers
(Under Department 135: GEORGIA COMPOSITE BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS, SOCIAL WORKERS AND MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS, click Code of Ethics, Chapter 135-7).
Just for fun: Do you know how the Georgia code of ethics and the AAMFT code of ethics are different?
Answer: In general, codes of ethics derived from governmental sources construe minimum standards of conduct, whereas codes of ethics written by professional organizations tend to frame the highest ideal conduct.