Notice 36th Annual General Meeting
- To be held at:
- Mercure Grosvenor Hotel, 125 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
Glenroy and Grayson Room
- Thursday, October19, 2017 at 5.00pm
Notice of Business
In accordance with the rules, the business of the meeting shall confirm the minutes of the AGM held on Friday, 21st, October 2016, receive reports, elect AAFT Committee of Management office bearers and members, receive and consider the financial statements for 2016/2017 and vote on any motions being put forward.
Call for nominations for the following committee positions:
- Vice President
- Committee Members (Clinical)
- Committee Members (Associate)
Nominations close on DATE: Friday, 13th of October, 2017 however nominations will be accepted from the floor.
Please contact Danielle Anderson or Mia Trujillo on 03 9429 9938 or email@example.com for further information
The Australian Association of Family Therapy Inc (AAFT) is a voluntary nonprofit organisation promoting the practice of Family and Systemic Therapy in Australia. It was established in 2012 as an amalgamation of State and Territory Associations, some of which had been continuously operating since 1979.
Family Therapy Associations had existed in all Australian states since 1979 (see the history of each state association) and a separate body had been responsible for the publication of the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy (ANZJFT) from 1980.
Victoria was the strongest state association, and in 2012, after many years of discussion, the VAFT organisation was renamed AAFT and other state associations disbanded and transferred their membership to the new national association. The body responsible for publication of ANZJFT also became part of the AAFT structure.
Empowering family relationships
Collaboration, Diversity, Systemic Practice, Integrity, Professionalism
AAFT will develop a Good Governance and Feedback framework, which will collaboratively enhance the national association, and it’s state branches.
AAFT will value, include, and involve members across Australia to belong to a National Body of Family Therapy as a unique profession.
3. Research and Evidence
AAFT will support and promote the development and use of research to advance the field of Family Therapy
AAFT will work towards making Family Therapy recognised as a unique field of expertise across all stakeholders and to influence government policy and practice.
5. Education and Training
AAFT will promote and regulate training and ongoing learning in Family Therapy.