SimplePractice and CAMFT Announce New Affinity Partnership

Written by Howard Spector on November 2, 2016

Today is a special day –  I’m very pleased to share with you that SimplePractice is now the practice management Affinity Partner of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)!  My relationship with CAMFT goes back almost 15 years when I joined as a member while in graduate school pursuing my MA degree. Since I started TrackYourHours and now, with SimplePractice, I’ve directly benefitted from the resources offered by CAMFT. It has been my pleasure to have worked with a dedicated staff not only as a member, but also as an exhibitor and sponsor of numerous events.

CAMFT is the largest independent professional organization (approximately 32,000 members) representing the interests of licensed Marriage and Family Therapists.

With this new collaboration, we’ve teamed up to bring the best of both of our resources to the growing community of MFT’s in California. We’re incredibly thankful to CAMFT for declaring SimplePractice the choice practice management software for their members. This partnership is especially meaningful to me because CAMFT members represent a large part of our customers in California, and will give us the opportunity to help more MFT’s become better business owners. One of our top priorities is empowering our customers to use SimplePractice so that they can spend more time on the things that matter.

The whole team here at SimplePractice is excited to offer our products and services to the CAMFT community and be their partners in building successful practices!

We look forward to working with organizations like CAMFT in the future to further our impact within the community of behavioral health professionals! Those of you interested in joining CAMFT as a member can find more information here.

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About the Author

Howard is the CEO and Co-founder of SimplePractice. Howard has over 20 years of experience in the information technology industry. He is proud to have earned his MA in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

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