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The Colorado State Board of Marriage and Family Therapist Examiners regulates Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists in the State of Colorado. Board activities include review of licensure applications, complaints, and enforcement of disciplinary actions against those found to have violated the Mental Health Practice Act or Board rules.
The Board is made up of seven members, four professionals and three public, who meet four times per year.
Mita Johnson, LMFT, ChairProfessional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2021
James Ungvarsky, LMFT, Vice ChairProfessional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2020
Andrea Pazdera, LMFTProfessional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2020
Nicholas Mancini, LMFTProfessional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2022
April JacksonPublic Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2021
Michael KnoxPublic Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2022
Donna NelsonPublic Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2022
The Colorado Mental Health Boards have been authorized to contract with Peer Assistance Services, Inc. for the Mental Health Professional Peer Health Assistance Program. This program is available to all licensed/certified/registered Colorado mental health professionals who have physical, emotional, or psychological conditions. Program services include practice and treatment monitoring, identification and evaluation of conditions, counseling and support for treatment, and prevention education. These services are funded for Colorado mental health professionals through a portion of licensing fees. Please visit the website at Peer Assistance Services.
Meetings and rulemaking hearings are normally held at 1560 Broadway, Denver, Colorado. For specific dates, times and locations, please refer to the calendar below. Please note that meeting dates are subject to change and/or cancellation. If you need minutes from previous meetings not listed below, please contact the program at email@example.com.
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