From the editors:

We’d love to hear from YOU.

In addition to sharing relevant member info, the goal of the MAMFT NEWS is to strengthen the MFT family system by fostering connection and community. It just makes sense for us to share our collective wisdom, energy and strengths. In other words, the more of us who contribute our knowledge, experience, and ideas, the richer our system becomes.

We enthusiastically encourage members and non-members alike to make submissions (commentaries, reviews, letters to the editor, etc.) on any relevant or informative issue or in response to MAMFT NEWS content. See all the submission types along with descriptions here. All submissions will be edited for length, clarity, readability, grammar, spelling, biased language, and appropriateness to the mission of MAMFT NEWS. Opinions expressed in the MAMFT NEWS do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Editors or of MAMFT.

All articles and materials for publication should be submitted via the MAMFT website here.  Questions or concerns may be addressed to the MAMFT News Editors at

Issue Submission Deadlines

Spring: March 1, 2019 – w/ target publication date: March 15th

Theme –  Our Greatest Tool: The Therapeutic Relationship (More details here)

Fall: September 15, 2019 – w/ target publication date: October 1st

Theme – All Things Attachment!

Guidelines and recommendations for an article is maximum word count of 920 for full page; recommend maximum 750 word count with photo. Word counts also include approximately 690 for 3/4 page, 460 for 1/2 page, 230 for 1/4 page. We do recommend and encourage including a professional photo of the author, as well as specific listing of name and credentials as they should appear with the article. Please submit a 1-2 line biography of the author as well to be added at the end of the article.  Submission of an article does not guarantee its publication. No materials will be returned.

Thank you!

Christine Dudero

MAMFT News Editor

MAMFT News is the official publication of the Minnesota Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and is published quarterly. Find previous newsletters here.

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