October 5, 2012, Birmingham Maple Clinic therapist, Carrie Krawiec was featured as a presenter at the 2012 Annual Conference for the Michigan Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT). The theme for this year’s conference was “Working With and For Couples.” Along with speakers on topics affecting couples such as infidelity and sexual dysfunction, Carrie spoke to therapists about using playful, creative techniques to inspire change.
At Birmingham Maple Clinic Carrie Krawiec, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), works with couples and families to improve communication, teach problem solving techniques, and identify a family’s strengths to encourage more positive relationships. Carrie shared the techniques she uses daily in her therapy practice with students and veteran therapists to integrate fun into the treatment of marital problems.
In her role as Executive Director for the Michigan Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the professional organization supporting Marriage and Family Therapists in Michigan, Carrie works to plan educational activities for therapists, educate the public about services offered by MFTs, and lobby for recognition by the State government and insurance organizations to improve access to marriage counseling for residents of Michigan.
There are a number of therapists at Birmingham Maple Clinic that treat the variety of issues that affect couples. To speak with a therapist at Birmingham Maple Clinic visit www.birminghammaple.com or call (248) 646-6659. To learn more about MAMFT visit www.michiganfamilytherapy.org.