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Exciting Opportunity: Submit Your Poster Proposal for the 2024 WAMFT Conference “Embracing Complexity - Navigating with Curiosity in Focus”

We are thrilled to announce the call for poster proposals for the 2024 WAMFT Conference "Embracing Complexity - Navigating with Curiosity in Focus." This is your chance to showcase your impactful work in the field of marriage and family therapy and engage with fellow professionals and students. We welcome proposals that explore:

- Quantitative or qualitative research involving couples or families

- Interventions with families or couples in larger systems

- Family therapy training programs, supervision, or initiatives

- Larger system interventions

Returning Again...Prizes!

We are excited to introduce prizes for the best posters in each track:

  • Student proposals: A great opportunity for graduate students from any discipline that furthers systemic therapy. Make sure to list your faculty advisor (but only list them as a co-presenter if they are also presenting and registering). Prize: $250

  • Professional proposals: Open to those with full or associate licensure in any discipline that advances systemic therapy. Prize: $350

  • Submit proposals by August 23rd!

At the conference, you'll have the unique opportunity to present and discuss your topic with enthusiastic attendees. Posters will be available in a dynamic virtual setting with the encouraged option to present in person, fostering greater interaction and engagement. More details on the final format will be shared as conference preparations are finalized.

Get Ready to Shine:

Need Assistance?

If you have any questions about the proposal application process or the conference, feel free to reach out to Billie Tyler at

. We’re here to help!

Don’t miss this chance to contribute to the evolving field of family therapy and connect with like-minded professionals. Submit your proposal and join us in navigating the complexities of our field with curiosity and focus!

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