If you plan to attend the upcoming American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Annual Conference in Austin, TX, later this month, make plans to meet Maggie Wilkerson, president of Time2Track and breakout session host at the COAMFTE Accreditation Workshop.
Time2Track, part of Liaison International, is the leader in clinical training management best known for tracking behavioral health training hours through an intuitive platform that features online forms, evaluations and supervisor approval systems.
COAMFTE — the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education — strives to promote best practices for marriage and family therapy educational programs through the establishment, review and revision of accreditation standards and policies, as well as the accreditation of graduate and post-graduate educational programs.
As the result of a recent collaboration between the two organizations, COAMFTE-accredited programs — and programs in the process of seeking COAMFTE accreditation — can now leverage Time2Track to track students’ clinical training and related competencies.
Wilkerson will be hosting Time2Track’s breakout sessions during the COAMFTE Accreditation Workshop the day the AAMFT Annual Conference kicks off, which workshop attendees can register for here. The Time2Track team will also be available at the conference to show you how Time2Track’s tools can help with your program’s specific goals and objectives.
“Programs use Time2Track to ensure tracking consistency for every student in their program and facilitate consistent program-wide reporting,” she says. “Time2Track’s robust reporting also empowers programs to track trends among minority and underserved populations, ensuring that diverse clients’ needs are met. I look forward to talking about it during the workshop and conference.”
The AAMFT Annual Conference and Exhibition takes place Aug. 29 – Sept. 1 in Austin, TX. You can learn more about it here. The COAMFTE Accreditation Workshop happens Thursday, August 29, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. You can learn more about it here.