kandace-smDANAHThanks for being a part of SB CAMFT! We hope you enjoys these articles, announcements and events. President: Danah Williams; Past President: Kandace Overgaag

Community Announcements
Program Development Manager – Part-time
August 5th, 2014
Meaningful Work – Great Experience – Flexible Hours                      Program... Read More
I’m starting a new evening Women’s DBT Group
July 30th, 2014
I’m going to be starting a new all women’s... Read More
July 17th, 2014
“BEYOND OVEREATING” – Resumes Thursday, JULY 24th – 6:00 to... Read More
New Member Seeking Traineeship
July 6th, 2014
Hello. My name is Deann Zampelli and I am... Read More
CEU Event with Norah K. McIntire L.Ac. Modern Research, Ancient Methods: Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for Eating Disorders.
June 27th, 2014
CEU Event with Norah K. McIntire L.Ac. To RSVP... Read More
New practice in Santa Barbara
June 24th, 2014
Hello Dear colleagues, I would like to introduce myself. ... Read More
June 11th, 2014
BEYOND OVEREATING GROUP – Assists compulsive eaters gain insights... Read More
News & Articles
Understanding and Improving Family Communication Patterns
July 11th, 2014

By Stan Selinger, PhD, Family Therapist at Timberline Knolls Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center treats women and adolescent girls who struggle with addictions, eating disorders and more. However, we never just treat the individual; we extend care to the entire family. Not only have family members been negatively… Read More

Looking Ahead with SB CAMFT
April 7th, 2014

By Danah Williams Dear Valued Members, The SB CAMFT Board of Directors would like to share some exciting changes to the 2014 Programming calendar with you! SB CAMFT is passionate about capturing, connecting and engaging with as many MFTs and mental health professionals in our community as possible…. Read More

Understanding and Working with Relationship Distress Through an Attachment Lens in Emotionally Focused Therapy
April 6th, 2014

Please Join Us on April 16th in welcoming Madelyn Swed Register Now Couples often come into our office with intense emotional reactivity that is not easily relinquished. These couples are stuck in rigid patterns of interaction with little capacity for cognitive flexibility, empathy, or affiliative responses. Emotionally Focused… Read More

Unwinding one glass at a time…
April 6th, 2014

By Karen Tyrrell Denise is a professor at a local college who is starting to become aware—but only vaguely, that her drinking may possibly be a problem. She’s always been a creative and caring teacher but also a diligent researcher, working long hours to meet the many responsibilities… Read More

Shame in Dying and Grieving
April 6th, 2014

By Suzanne Retzinger Death and shame are probably the two most taboo subject in the modern world. It is only recently that I have been talking about them both together. For this paper I’ll discuss the question “What role does shame play in dying and grieving?”. First, I… Read More