Michigan Division

Welcome to MAMFT!

The Michigan Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT) is a division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the professional organization representing over 24,000 qualified marriage and family therapists in the United States, Canada, and abroad.

Marriage and Family Therapists are mental health professionals trained in psychotherapy and family systems, and licensed to diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders within the context of marriage, couples, and family systems. Additionally, MFTs are particularly mindful to the contexts and roles of individuals in relationships.

Usually, most of us can work out life's problems with a spouse, a partner, a family member, even a work associate. But sometimes, in our fast-paced, stress-filled lives, we need a little help with the larger ones. If you are someone you know is struggling with a new or ongoing problem please consider contacting a marriage and family therapist.

MAMFT is a division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). This page is designed to be a resource for the public, prospective students, and to marriage and family therapists. If you are unable to find the information on this site that you are looking for please contact MAMFT. You can also visit us on Facebook (MAMFT Board) or Twitter (@MAMFT).

Michigan Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Carrie Krawiec, Executive Director
Michigan Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
28012 Ridgebrook Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Phone: (248) 763-6537(248) 763-6537
Email: mamftmi@yahoo.com 

Last updated on 6/2/2016 By CJK


  • Spotlights

    Congratulations MAMFT

    The board of the Michigan Division of AAMFT is pleased to announce Medicaid Inclusion. “In order to provide greater access to care for behavioral health services, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will begin enrolling marriage and family therapists as Medicaid providers, enabling them to be directly reimbursed by Medicaid for behavioral health services provided to beneficiaries.” “As of July 1, 2016, fully-licensed marriage and family therapists will no longer bill for rendered services under their delegating/supervising physician’s National Provider Identifier (NPI) and must be uniquely identified on all claims.”

    Please note this advancement of our profession, particularly to state organizations, community mental health organizations, clinics, physicians, psychiatrists, and private practice marriage and family therapist.

    Thank you to all members who invested into this advancement.

    John A Becker, President Michigan Division AAMFT

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