The goal of this pilot project was to produce relevant information and data that are attractive to other potential funding sources and expand upon this study’s deliverables. Formally, the AAMFT Research and Education Foundation provided seed money for a pilot study focused on the successful transition into society of incarcerated individuals. The study has been concluded and now the Foundation for the Advancement of Humans Systems (FAHS) is working to turn the project into a framework for the creation of systemic interventions.
The study should satisfy the following:
The Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems' (FAHS) Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) provides a tremendous opportunity to Doctoral and Master's students from across the country by offering fellowships that help to facilitate and supplement their growth and development as future practitioners in the field of marriage and family therapy. Funded largely by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), FAHS has created the MFP to support the training of practitioners or practitioner/researchers in culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services, treatment and prevention.
The Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) annually confers up to two awards to recognize a published article, monograph, book chapter or book that represents an outstanding scholarly achievement in family therapy research. Outstanding scholarly achievement is construed broadly to include a variety of methods and inquiry (quantitative, qualitative, or conceptual), and a variety of findings, including those that confirm previous work, challenge previous work, or generate new areas of inquiry.
The Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) confers up to two cash awards annually to assist graduate students in the completion of their thesis or dissertation pertaining to couples and family therapy or family therapy training.
Since 1990, cash awards have been given by the Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) to up to two minority supervisors-in-training to support the recruitment, training and retention of minorities as AAMFT Approved Supervisors for the field of marriage and family therapy. Criteria:
Since 1983, the Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) (formally, AAMFT Foundation) has recognized persons who have provided outstanding contributions in promoting the development of the practice and the profession of marriage and family therapy within specific areas.
The Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) has brought conference attendees fantastic keynotes that have been pivotal in engaging and advancing marriage and family therapy professionals.
The Foundation for the Advancement of Human Systems (FAHS) continues to recognize the achievements of systemic therapists, including MFTs, through supporting the Award’s program.