Functional Family Therapy (FFT) is one of the most well-known and successful family therapy evidence-based models in the world. Historically, the model has only been made available with grants or other governmental funding through the Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, or larger behavioral health providers. FFT Partners, one of only two authorized FFT training organizations in the world, is making available for the first time, FFT for the Private Practitioner. FFT is listed on most major evidence-based clearinghouse lists and is one of only a handful of evidence-based family therapy models listed on the FFPSA Clearinghouse as “Well Supported”, which is the highest rating possible that can be obtained.
As proven through numerous published studies, the model is highly effective even with the most challenging families who have experienced severe trauma in family system. The model provides clinicians with the training, tools, strategies, and support needed to achieve continued success treating complex and hurting families. Being trained and certified in FFT has several benefits that will be experienced in a very short time. Some of the immediate benefits of being trained and certified include being better equipped and supported to treat traumatized families, state agencies typically use evidence-based models as a first choice to refer families, the model is brief and strategic so change and results happen fast for the families, and you will be considered one who is on the short list of being trained and certified in delivering an evidence-based family therapy model.
FFT Partners, hosted by the model developer, Tom Sexton along with Astrid van Dam, will be conducting webinars to provide more information of the who, what, when, how, and even the why. This is an informational time only and a great opportunity hear more about FFT and the opportunity to be trained and certified. If you are interested in attending, or know a colleague who may be also be interested, please click the link below to sign up for one of the following webinars:
Wednesday, April 6th at 12pm EST
Thursday, April 7th at 5pm EST
You will receive an invite to the scheduled meeting.