Credly Badges: What Are They and Why Should I Use Them?


Did you know that 97% of online users utilize search engines like Google to find new businesses and services as their first option? And more employers utilizing online job postings and career fairs and recruiting via tools like Linked In than ever before. Your digital presence has never been more important for your career!

And with AAMFT’s digital badging solutions, you can show off your skills and achievements easier than ever. By displaying either your Clinical Fellow or Approved Supervisor digital badge anywhere you have an online presence—email signatures, website biographies, or social media—you can easily demonstrate commitment to the highest standards of systemic training and ethical treatment principles as well as show off your advanced training and accomplishments.

Still need to download your badges? All eligible members received a unique link in your email on March 16 from admin@credly.com with the subject line You’ve received a badge from the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Can’t find yours in your inbox or spam folder? Contact AAMFT Member Services (central@aamft.org; 703-838-9808) to have it re-sent. Find more information online at aamft.org/credlybadges.

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