Barry University alumna Michaelia Robinson was recently selected president of the Florida Association of Marriage and Family Counseling (FAMFC), a division of the Florida Counseling Association. Robinson is a 2014 graduate of Barry’s M.S. in counseling degree.
This is Robinson’s first leadership position with the FAMFC. Her goals for her year-long term include improving the division’s bylaws and hosting relevant professional development opportunities for working professionals and students in the field.
Robinson replaces outgoing president Fay Roseman, PhD, Barry University assistant professor of education and 12-year member of the Barry faculty.
The mission of the FAMFC is to promote the value of marriage and family counseling through public awareness, professional development, and advocacy, as well as supporting and unifying marriage and family counselors in all settings, resulting in high quality practices in Florida.
Visit the FAMFC website for more information on the organization and how you can get involved.