Send any changes to Stephanie Vonnahme, Administrative Coordinator to update our membership database information such as mailing address, phone, e-mail, etc.
Membership in AAMFT automatically makes you a member of a Division. If you live and/or practice in Tennessee, that Division would be TAMFT.
Under our Evaluative track-has a qualifying graduate degree with specific coursework and a graduate practicum. An individual in this category is working on the remaining requirements to achieve Clinical Fellow membership under the evaluative track. Click here to download the PDF application (not available in online form).
Fully licensed in a mental health field other than MFT at the highest level of licensure for one of the following professions:
Post-master’s working toward the highest level of licensure in one of the following non-MFT professions:
Enrolled in a graduate program or post-graduate certificate program in marriage and family therapy or a related mental health field.
*Students who are eligible for a higher category of membership, based on licensure or post-master’s work toward licensure, are ineligible for student membership.
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.
STATE LICENSING INFORMATION
Tennessee Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Board of Professional Counselors and Ma rital and Family Therapists
ATTN: Vanessa Hayes
665 Mainstream Drive, 2nd Floor
Go to http://health.state.tn.us/Boards/PC_MFT&CPT/index.htm to obtain information about licensing in Tennessee. From this Department of Health Web Site, you can obtain verification of any health related license in the state, and copies of the laws and rules and regulations that govern them. Application forms and instructions for temporary and permanent licenses are also available.