The Texas Division of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT) has published an MFT license exam preparation manual designed to the highest of academic standards by seasoned professors and practicing clinicians. It is for the manual's proven efficacy and evident quality that Reviewing our Common Body of Knowledge is the preferred study guide by family therapy graduate programs all across the United States. This manual has been offered through our website for several years. To expand access to this wonderful resource, we have recently placed our product on Available are both a spiral-bound book and an electronic PDF version, which is offered at a lower price. We understand the financial strains that many graduate students face, and we want to offer a product priced appropriately for our budding professionals. Having earned a reputation as a comprehensive study tool, this manual is sought by many student and practicing clinicians across the country. The manual itself is 389 pages separated into 30 chapters covering traditional and postmodern theoretical paradigms, ethics and professional practice issues, and test-taking strategies. Each chapter includes exercises and practice questions to help retention of the content (see image examples). Professionals in all practice settings are constantly at work to include the most up-to date information. As a nonprofit advocacy organization, TAMFT's greatest hope is to strengthen the MFT profession by investing in its future clinicians.