Colorado State Board of Marriage and Family Therapist Examiners
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Welcome to the Marriage and Family Therapy Homepage

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.

Program Information

Program/Board Members

Reina Sbarbaro-Gordon, Program Director

State Board of Marriage and Family Therapist Examiners
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-894-7800  |  Fax: 303-894-7764  |  Email: dora_mentalhealthboard@state.co.us

 

Board Members:

  • Mita Johnson, LMFT, Chair
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2025

  • Nicholas Mancini, LMFT, Vice-Chair
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2026

  • Meagan Terry, LMFT
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2024

  • Bobbi Miller, LMFT
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2024

  • Gina Kretoski
    Public Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2026

  • Betty Boyd
    Public Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2026

  • Erin Ford
    Public Member | Term Expires: August 12, 2025

Public Notices

REQUESTING WRITTEN STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS 
Implementation of Colorado Senate Bills 23-188 and 23-265

What is this about?
 

The following Boards and Programs within the Division of Professions and Occupations are requesting written comments regarding the implementation of Colorado Senate Bills 23-188 (CONCERNING A PROHIBITION ON A REGULATOR IMPOSING DISCIPLINE AGAINST A PERSON BASED ON CERTAIN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING MARIJUANA) and 23-265 (CONCERNING A PROHIBITION ON A REGULATOR IMPOSING DISCIPLINE AGAINST A PERSON BASED ON CERTAIN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING MARIJUANA), and the proposed repeal of the Board and Program rules that are no longer necessary after the codification of these regulations into law. 

Each of the listed Boards and Programs will hold a Permanent Rulemaking Hearing on the dates listed to determine whether to repeal the rules on a permanent basis to implement the law.  Please submit written comments as soon as possible. The Boards and Programs will continue to accept written comments until the Permanent Rulemaking Hearings where stakeholders will be given a final opportunity to testify before the Board and/or the Director or Director's designee. Please visit the Board and Program websites under the "Public Notices" tab for the most current information, including webinar registration information, written comments (SB23-188 and SB23-265), and the draft rules. 

 

Emergency and Permanent Rulemaking Hearing - October 28, 2022

The State Board of Marriage and Family Therapist Examiners will hold an Emergency and Permanent Rulemaking Hearing to allow stakeholders a final opportunity to provide testimony before the Board considers adopting multiple proposed new and revised rules to implement Colorado Senate Bill 22-116 (Concerning the ability of an individual to obtain an occupational credential through the occupational credential portability program); Colorado House Bill 22-1284 (Concerning updates to state surprise billing laws to facilitate the implementation of surprise billing protections, and aligning state law with the federal "No Surprises Act"); Executive Order D 2022-032 (Directing State Agencies to Protect Access to Reproductive Health Care in Colorado); and Executive Order D 2022-034 (Protecting Colorado’s Workforce and Expanding Licensing Opportunities). The Board will consider all proposed rules on a permanent basis, and in addition, will consider an emergency adoption of Rules 1.24 and 1.25, to comply with the Executive Orders and reporting requirements.

Legislative Updates
Meeting Minutes