A Vibrant Professional Community



The foundation of Family Systems Therapists Northwest is built on who we are, not what we do—it’s the therapists, not the therapy. We strive to build a personal connection with and among members, providing support for professional growth and interactive tools to strengthen the systems therapy community.

Treatment Options from a Systems Perspective

Salon Workshop Series

Family Systems Therapists Northwest is proud to present a series of workshops in 2020 for systems-oriented therapists in our community.

These salon workshops feature talented local presenters addressing current themes in mental health treatment from a systems perspective.

Special pricing if you register now for more than one workshop!

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Systems-oriented therapists have a professional home at Family Systems Therapists Northwest. FSTNW is a locally-based, independent professional association that promotes your professional interests through:

  • Education—providing unique learning opportunities that cross the barriers of license and focus on our shared growth as systems-trained therapists. Learn about our upcoming educational events.
  • Networking—creating connection points across the professional lifespan, to move clinicians from isolation to community. FSTNW members have access to the FSTNW listserv and the FSTNW Facebook Group.
  • Professional resources—building community through innovative, member-focused communications and professional tools. Check out FSTNW’s Supervisor Database and online library.

Learn more about FSTNW’s mission and core values→

Join your colleagues! By becoming a member of FSTNW, you can become part of the growing community of systemic therapists building a new professional home.

Register now! Take advantage of special pricing for FSTNW’s Treatment Options from a Systems Perspective workshop series.

Stay in touch! Sign up to receive emails about upcoming FSTNW events and discounts.


FSTNW Mission:
Connection, Community, Collaboration: strengthening the family systems community in the Pacific Northwest through networking, education, and professional development.