Los Angeles Chapter — California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
The 3000 Club
The Pre-Licensed 3000 Club is a special interest group within the Los Angeles Chapter of CAMFT designed to serve the needs of our pre-licensed members. We assist and support students, trainees and interns by providing the space to network and connect with colleagues who are in a similar stage of licensure and share experiences about the journey towards achieving 3000 hours.
Throughout the year, the 3000 Club presents a variety of informative workshops, presentations, informal networking activities and social gatherings that are geared towards supporting our pre-licensed members specifically. Our goals are to foster successful transitions to licensure, build stronger relationships within the therapist community and enhance the professional involvement of the next generation of therapists.
The 3000 Hour Club Connection is an informal networking opportunity for students, trainees, interns and licensed practitioners to discuss the MFT licensing experience.
All students, trainees and interns who are members of LA-CAMFT are encouraged to participate in LA-CAMFT 3000 Club events and activities. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in being involved in the 3000 Club leadership?
The 3000 Club Leadership Team is a group made up of dedicated LA-CAMFT trainee and associate members who are passionate about professional development and facilitating successful workshops and events for LA-CAMFT pre-licensed members. If you are interested in becoming a part of the Leadership Team, email: email@example.com.
Questions? Contact the Committee Chairs!
Hannah Campbell, AMFT
Hannah Campbell, MA, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, is in private practice in Santa Monica, supervised by Jennifer Ollestad, LMFT. Hannah specializes in life transitions, whether it’s developing identity and healthy relationships as a teen, rediscovering the self as an older adult, or building a thriving partnership and family. With an MA in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and two undergraduate degrees, Psychology and Cinematic Arts, from University of Southern California, Hannah also provides substance use counseling to teens and families at a local non-profit. Website: hannahcampbelltherapy.com.