MARIN CAMFT'S emailed quarterly newsletter, Connections and the monthly bulletin, Marin CAMFT Updatesare Marin CAMFT's basic communication vehicles. We welcome the creativity, inspiration and expertise of our members and would love to share your article, story, review, poem or research in our newsletters. 


Please send your articles by email to webmaster, attaching your .docx file to the email and including a high resolution jpg image that is at least 150 pixels wide.


Dec 1 Winter Issue (Jan Feb Mar)

Mar 1 Spring Issue (Apr May Jun)

Jun 1 Summer Issue (Jul Aug Sep)

Sep 1 Fall Issue (Oct Nov Dec)


Jan 20 for February Issue

February 20 for March Issue

April 20 for May Issue

May 20 for June Issue

August 20 for September Issue

October 20 for November Issue

November 20 for December Issue


Dan Neuharth, Newsletter Editor


Renee Owen, Therapy Groups List


Pat Saunders, Programs Chair



Marin CAMFT is committed to presenting accurate information that falls within CAMFT ethical, advertising and other guidelines. Neither the Newsletter nor the MCAMFT Updates are responsible for any misrepresentation of qualifications or credentials submitted for publication. Accurate representation is the sole responsibility of those submitting materials. Articles and reports appearing in the Marin CAMFT newsletter and MCAMFT Updates reflect the views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the chapter


Committee Reports: One of the most important functions of the newsletter is to keep Marin CAMFT members informed about what is happening within the community, the chapter and the state organization that may have an affect them and others in the profession. The Newsletter Team expects each committee to submit an article for each edition of CONNECTIONS.

Human Interest: This could be on virtually any topic that you think the membership would be interested in and that is broadly related to marriage and family counseling. For example, you may want to write about a significant incident in your life, or the life of a friend, family member or client that has affected you on a personal level and/or in your therapeutic practice. (Maximum: 3000 words)

Book Review: Many of us don’t have time to read the important new books being published on counseling and psychotherapy. If you have read a really good book, we’d like you to share it with us! Tell us something about the author, summarize the main points of the book, and explain why it is significant/worth reading. (Maximum: 3000 words).

Research Article: The Marin CAMFT newsletter will publish its members' research-based articles on the theory and/or practice of counseling and psychotherapy. Articles should include: an introduction, a review of the pertinent literature, a brief critical analysis and a statement about the implications for clinical practice. (Maximum:3,000 words)

Biographical Statement: Each article should include a brief biographical statement followed by contact information and a photo. (Maximum: 300 words)

At your convenience, you can download and print a pdf from the NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE (log in as a member first) or the THERAPY GROUPS ARCHIVE, which is also available to the public from a link on the home page.

Marin County Chapter of CAMFT                  

PO Box 9065 San Rafael, CA 94912-9065     

(415) 459 3484

Marin CAMFT is approved by  the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT Provider #56895) to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs

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