Minority Fellowship Program Training Institute Presenter Information Form
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!
The MFP would like to invite the submission of workshop/presentation
proposal materials for consideration at its upcoming 2019 Training
Institute (TI) (May 15-19, 2019).
MFP TI Overview
MFP Training Institutes feature interactive seminars and advanced
workshops with distinguished scholars and clinicians in the behavioral
health field of marriage and family therapy. MFP Fellows gain an
opportunity to learn from, and interact with, presenters in the areas of
cultural sensitive interventions with ethnic minority populations, as
well as, the integration of advanced quantitative research modalities.
The Minority Fellowship Program is a national workforce development
program that seeks to- through collaboration with federal agencies like
the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
and leading behavioral health professional associations like AAMFT-
increase the number of culturally competent behavioral health
practitioners who provide substance abuse and other mental health
services to underserved minority populations.
Call for Presenters
If you or someone you know is interested in presenting at the upcoming
2019 TI you are invited to submit a Presenter Information Form (located
below). Selected MFP Presenters will have an opportunity to help shape
future cohorts of behavioral health services leaders and practitioners,
and contribute to the advancement of the marriage and family therapy and
wider behavioral health professions.
Presentations materials for the TI will be reviewed for the following:
- Congruency with SAMHSA Initiatives
- Congruency with MFP Training Plan
- Feasibility of proposed workshop/presentation within TI format
- Relevance to MFT and wider behavioral health field
Presentations should clearly speak to the presenation criteria as
indicated above with clearly outlined congruency with SAMHSA Strategic Initiatives
, the mission of the AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program (MFP)
and format of the MFP Training Institute (TI). The MFP would encourage those with expertise in areas related to LGBTQ issues
or Asian American issues
to apply. Please note that
only one form should be submitted per presenter.
The following provides additional information on presentation format and details required for the MFP Training Institute.
Presentation Material Requirements:
Presenter Availability Requirements:
- PowerPoint copy of presentation, handouts, and additional reading materials must be provided to MFP.
- Note that internet service cannot be guaranteed in the presentation room
Compensation & Reimbursable Expenses
- All presenters must be available for brief online discussions with MFP Fellows before and after the TI.
Presenters who are not Alumni of the MFP are eligible for a presenter
honorarium consistent with AAMFT’s presenter remuneration rates. For
more information please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Upon request, the AAMFT MFP will provide one round trip airline ticket
and hotel accommodations for the duration of the required presentation
engagement. AMMFT MFP will be billed directly for the cost of the ticket
which must be booked at least 30 days prior to travel. Additional
expenses related to travel for the TI can also be reimbursed consistent with AAMFT reimbursement policies. These expenses
- Meal purchases
- Checked baggage charges
- Taxi (ground transport)
Online Webinar Presentations
NITT-MFP-Y Presenter Expertise:
Master or Doctoral prepared Behavioral Health, Addictions Clinicians and Researchers engaged in direct service delivery with individuals, couples and families.
NITT-MFP-Y Online Presenter Topics:
· Interventions to Address Youth Violence in Schools
· Self Harm& Suicide in Youth Populations
· Intervention sand Treatment in Youth Populations with HIV
· Interventions and Treatments with LGBT-Q Youth Populations
· Sexually Exploited Youth
· Gang Violence: Systemic Interventions with Youth and Families
· Substance Abuse Interventions and Treatment Approaches with Ethnic and Racially DiverseYouth Populations
· Therapeutic Approaches to Treating Trauma in Youth Populations
· Invisible Populations -Youth Homelessness
· Immigration & Stress
· Domestic Violence in Couples
· Race, Racism and Internalized Racism
· Clinical Practice with Underserved Populations
· Self of the Therapists
MFP-D Online presenter expertise:
Master or Doctoral prepared Behavioral Health, Addictions and Healthcare Clinicians and Researchers engaged in direct service delivery with individuals, couples and families.
MFP-D Online Presenter Topics:
· Trauma and Addiction
· Immigrant Families
· Evidence Based Interventions with Couples
· Substance Abuse and Treatment with Families
· Homeless Families and Youth
· Treatment Outcomes with Military Families
· Self of the Therapist
(Submit an abstract to the MFP inbox, firstname.lastname@example.org)