Hi Rob, I wanted to post this on the website but got locked out of it right after the exam on September 7th. North Carolina just sent word that I passed the MFT exam with a score of 179, which is the highest score in NC, and close to the highest ...
Debbie G., LMFT
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If I register for Family Solutions' Virtual Workshop, does that mean I am now registered for the AMFTRB Exam? Does Family Solutions offer workshops?
No.You have to apply to your state MFT regulatory agency to be admitted to the exam. You will receive confirmation from the state's regulatory board directly. Registration for a FSI Workshop does not simultaneously register you for your MFT Licensing/AMFTRB exam. FSI has no official connection to any state's regulatory system.
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