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  • proper n. Initialism of American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

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  • Videotaping has come to play a routine role in family therapy and is not considered unethical by typical practitioners (AAMFT 2001).

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  • The AAMFT has 25,000 members, and a spokesman estimated that there are about 50,000 marriage and family therapists nationwide.

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  • For example, I have in the past been a card carrying member of the NEA and AAMFT, but I certainly do not buy into many of the overt liberal leanings of these organizations.

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  • "I don't know of any body of research that suggests therapists who sign a values statement are going to be better at keeping couples together than those who don't sign a values statement," says Alan Hovestadt, a professor of family therapy at Western Michigan University and AAMFT president.

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  • Marriage and family therapists “do not exploit the trust and dependency of students, employees and supervisees” AAMFT Section 4.

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  • Family therapists do not “diagnose, treat, or advise” in areas “outside the recognized boundaries of their competence,” and in teaching supervising and conducting research, are “dedicated to high standards of scholarship” and presenting “accurate information” AAMFT 3.6, 3.3.

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  • “Sexual intimacy with students or supervisees is prohibited” AAMFT 4.1.

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  • Family therapists “remain abreast of new developments” AAMFT 3.4.

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  • Family therapists “do not discriminate against or refuse professional service … on the basis of race, sex, religion or national origin” AAMFT 1.1.

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