FFTA – Serving Florida’s families, through professional leadership and the highest standards in mental healthcare. Providing professional and continuing education resources for Marriage and Family Therapists and allied mental health professionals across the state of Florida. Impacting Florida legislation on mental healthcare for Florida families.


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  This is the recording of Friday’s training.

Lunches With Larry During 2020 on alternate months FFTA will have a CEU event called Lunches with Larry which explores topics of interest discussed online for up to 150 professionals. The second broadcast will be NO Charge on Friday May 22 at noon, March 6th. We are discussing the topic, “Reopening Your Practice” as states read more

The PTSD Consultation Program through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began in 2011 as a free service to VA providers treating Veterans with PTSD. The program has since expanded to include consultation to any provider outside the VA treating Veterans with PTSD. In the wake of devastation following hurricanes, the Vegas shooting and wildfires, read more

by Melissa Tran,  LMFT Dr. Tyon Hall, President, FAMFT February is a time to honor Black History Month.  More specifically, the achievements of black Americans in the history of the United States of America.  I recently discovered that our current President, Dr. Tyon Hall, is the first black president of the Florida Association for Marriage read more

An Interview with Dr. Michael Alicea and Dr. Tyon Hall (Audio Only)   The mass shooting that have terrorized America have led to a new focus on how to survive them. The existing literature review and clinical material on active-shooter happenings, as well as other mass fatality incidents, reveals the many psychological challenges arise when read more