Navigating the Road to Licensure
Recorded Session of Zoom Presentation on Saturday, October 2, 2021
Available from October 4th through October 25th
as presented by CAMFT
Luke Matthew Martin, Esq.
This presentation is intended to provide an overview of the licensing process for pre-licensees as they work toward licensure in marriage and family therapy.
Topics to be discussed include: the marriage and family therapy licensing process; supervised experience requirements for applicants; supervisor qualifications and supervision requirements; licensing examinations; and common employment issues pre-licensees encounter with their supervisors.
Participants will gain a greater understanding of the many challenges facing pre-licensees working toward licensure.
Measurable Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
- Record the number of hours and the number of weeks of supervised experience required
- Identify the “options” for counting hours currently available to pre-licensees
- Apply how the 90-day rules impacts their ability to count hours Differentiate how to advertise themselves in the various stages of licensing
- Organize their hours by documenting on the correct BBS related forms
- Review their incremental progress toward licensure and decide on their best strategies to take to complete their 3000 hours
Road to Licensure, Syllabus, 10-2-2021
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About the Instructor
Luke Matthew Martin, Esq., a member of the State Bar of California since 2011, joined CAMFT as a Staff Attorney in 2019. He holds a Master of Business Administration with honors and a Juris Doctorate Degree specializing in Child, Family and Elder Law with honors. Prior to coming to CAMFT, Luke ran a private practice focusing on civil litigation and represented several businesses with annual revenues in the millions. He has been recognized by the State Bar of California with the Wiley E. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Legal Services for his legal assistance in helping victims of domestic violence. In addition to his work at CAMFT, Luke is an adjunct professor for several universities lecturing on political science and business law and sits on University of Arizona’s Faculty Senate.