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  • 11 Dec 2014 6:18 PM | Anonymous

    The board approved a new curriculum for couples therapists to become a certified schema couples therapist. The guidelines are listed on the schema couples therapy page. If you are already working with couples using a schema therapy approach similar to what is described in the guidelines, you may qualify for the "Grandparenting" option. Please read through the requirements, and if you believe you qualify, contact Chiara DiFrancesco, the liason to the board liason for the Schema Couples Therapy Workgroup: EMAIL 

    Grandparenting expires January 31st, 2015, so act now to ensure full consideration.

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