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Notification of AAFT Meetings

42nd AAFT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Australian Association of Family Therapy was held online on Thursday 29th of February 2024 at 7.30pm EST.

In accordance with the rules, the business of the meeting confirmed the minutes of the AGM held on Wednesday 17th May 2023, received reports, elected AAFT Committee of Management office bearers and members, received and considered the financial statements for 2022/2023 and voted on any motions being put forward.


41st Annual General Meeting

AAFT held their 41st Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 17th May 2023.

Welcome to the 2022 AAFT AGM. It has once again been my privilege to be the President of AAFT since
the last AGM in October, 2021. This report covers a two-year period from 1st July 2021 to 30th June
2022. I want to begin by thanking the exceptional group of people with whom I have worked alongside
since our last AGM. I continue to be amazed at both the energy and enthusiasm that is evidenced at
each of our meetings, with members all of whom volunteer their time willingly and freely.

Margaret Hodge
AAFT President

Download the full report below.

 

Update from Committee Meeting 18 – 19 May

The Committee of Management met on 18 – 19 May in Melbourne. Committee members attended from WA, SA, Vic, NSW, and ACT. At this meeting the committee:
  • Decided to open up subscriptions to the fortnightly Bulletin to non-members.
  • updated the flow chart and committee roles.
  • had discussion around 2019 40th F/T Conference;
  • Administration will be collecting names of Other Member Associations of our members.
  • AAFT committee discussed recognition of systemic therapy in Australia
  • AAFT committee to consider nominees for the ANZJFT chair position
  • Profile – new position on the committee to promote AAFT

Clinical Members are advised that they can identify themselves as a “Clinical Family Therapist (AAFT)” or “Family Therapist AAFT.”

Members can now access the Journal of Family Therapy Published on behalf of the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice UK through the Members Portal. https://www.aaft.asn.au/members/

If you have any queries or questions please contact the State Branch Rep or contact the office to pass a message to the Representative in your state.

The next Committee of Management meeting will be held in Melbourne 7 – 8 September.

 

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