Join WAMFT in Addition to AAMFT
In order to be a member of WAMFT you must become a member of AAMFT. Registration for WAMFT takes place through the AAMFT website at www.aamft.org. To keep your WAMFT membership active and your local benefits in place, be sure to select “Washington” when signing up or renewing with AAMFT! AAMFT and WAMFT offer the same membership categories.
"I am a WAMFT member to stay connected to my fellow Washington LMFTs and to remain informed about current changes to policies, laws, and requirements that impact the work we do for our local communities."
- Jocelyn Ribar, MA, LMFT
Post-master's working toward the highest level of licensure in a non-MFT profession (e.g., clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, mental health counseling, psychiatric nursing)
Fully licensed in a mental health field other than MFT at the highest level of licensure in Washington State (e.g., clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, mental health counseling, psychiatric nursing)
Individuals who are interested in the field of marriage and family therapy but who are not eligible for one of our other membership categories are welcome to join as Affiliate members.
Each year, since 2004, the Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT) honors individuals who have contributed to the profession and practice of Marriage and Family Therapy, to our association, and to communities in the state of Washington. Please consider nominating an exceptional member of the community for recognition by WAMFT. All award recipients must be members of WAMFT except for those receiving the Family Advocacy Award.
Distinguished Clinical Fellow: Mike Fitzpatrick
Supervisor of the Year: Shirley Hanson
Educator of the Year: Elizabeth Campbell
Student Member of the Year: Krista Merca
Volunteer of the Year: Billie Tyler
Diversity Award: Ashley McGrit
Family Advocacy Award: Rep. Lauren Davis
Distinguished Clinical Fellow: Paul David
Supervisor of the Year: Jennifer Sampson
Educator of the Year: Zain Shamoon
Student Member of the Year: Kyle Anderson
Volunteer of the Year: Tess Wiggins Goodfellow
Diversity Award: Ching-Ching Ruan
Family Advocacy Award: Senator Steve O'Ban