Board Members
HAMFT's Board includes a mix of professionals and students dedicated to the field of marriage and family therapy. Each month the Board brings together the hearts and minds of its members to explore how it can increase the professional growth of clinicians as well as the reach of marriage and family therapy in the community. The Board also determines topics for continuing education workshops offered monthly to all mental health professionals. The Board is dedicated to expanding the minds and effectiveness of mental health professionals while promoting public knowledge specific to the field of marriage and family therapy.



President
Anne Way, MA, LMFT, LPC

A 1985 graduate of the University of Houston - Clear Lake, Anne Way completed a clinical fellowship at UTMB Galveston's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department and an externship with Houston Galveston-Institute. After a six-year run as Director of Training in Family Therapy at UTMSI Houston, Way continued a private practice in the Clear Lake area for over 25 years. Currently, she is the clinical director of Interface-Samaritan Counseling Center. She enjoys presenting on women's mental health, strength-based training and supervision models, and integrating spirituality in the therapy process.
 
 


Past - President 
Joan Harwood, MA, LMFT, LPC

With an expected graduation date of May 2016, Joan attends the University of Louisiana at Monroe's Marriage and Family Therapy Ph.D. Program. After graduating from the University of Houston - Clear Lake in 1999 with a master's degree in family therapy, Joan worked as a family therapist for DePelchin Children's Center. A few years later she entered private practice where she currently focuses on family intervention for addictive family systems, creative couples therapy, personal growth and gender/cultural/sociological issues. Joan is happily married to her best friend, Andrew, and in their spare time, they enjoy nature, volunteering, traveling, half-marathons, fun with their 15 nieces and nephews, and are in the process of adopting their first child.
 
 
Programs Committee Chair
Sally Eisen Miller, PhD, LMSW, ACSW-ACP, Board Certified Diplomat, LMFT-S

Sally received a PhD in Family Sciencein Washington, D.C. under Murray Bowen at The Bowen Center for the Study of the Family. Afterwards, she began her career in marriage and family therapy in Phoenix where she helped create the Family Team for Diagnosis & Treatment at Good Samaritan Hospital. Later, she worked in Germany as a supervisor, consultant and clinician in a drug and alcohol program before moving to Houston. Here she served as faculty of the Houston-Galveston Family Therapy Consortium, CSNSF, BCM, TCH and UHSSW. Sally currently runs a private practice and enjoys family, volunteering and travel in her free time. 
Treasurer
Delee D'Arcy, MA, LPC, LMFT

Delee graduated from the University of Houston - Clear Lake in 1994 with a master's degree in family therapy. After 10 years of working for agencies in Brazoria, Harris and Galveston counties, she began a 
private practice where she works with individuals and couples. Clinical areas of interest for Delee include women's issues, grief/bereavement and personal growth. When she isn't working with clients, Delee helps cultivate the professional growth of newly licensed counselors as an LPC/LMFT Board Approved Supervisor. She also enjoys CrossFit, reading and travel.  
 
Secretary
Biz Cobb





 
Public Relations/Blog Chair



 
 
Board Advisor
Betty Duson, PhD.

Betty is a licensed psychologist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.  She received her doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin and has worked in private practice and in several university counseling centers since that time.  She currently is a psychologist at the Texas Woman's University Counseling Center in the Texas Medical Center, and has a part-time private practice.  She has served as Co-Presiy is a licensed psychologist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor.  She received her doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin and has worked in private practice and in several university counseling centers since that time.  She currently is a psychologist at the Texas Woman's University Counseling Center in the Texas Medical Center, and has a part-time private practice.  She has served as Co-President, Treasurer, Ethics Chair and Membership Chair of HAMFT, and is happily married to her psychologist husband with whom she has one adult son.  Betty is especially interested in diversity of all kinds, relationships challenges, mentoring and character development, and enjoys people, music, travel, reading, and being outdoors. She abhors cooking and anything electronic
 
 
Ethics Committee
Sherry Duson, MA, LMFT, LPC

Sherry Duson is in private practice in Houston's Greenway Plaza area. She is the founding director of The Center For Postpartum Family Health, a therapy center specializing in counseling and support for new mothers and their families. She is a past president of HAMFT, is on the advisory board of the Yate's Children Memorial Fund at Mental Health America of Greater Houston and is a professional member of Postpartum Support International. 

 
 
Multicultural Committee Chair
Wyneatte Fox


 
 

 
 
Membership Committee Chair