Marriage and Family Therapy
Students in this option will prepare for licensed independent MFT practice to work in private practice, community-agency settings, government-court settings, hospitals, clinics, Employee Assistance Programs, and city-county-state agencies to provide counseling services for adults, children, families and couples.
- Master of Science in Counseling
- Fully accredited by WASC; approved by Board of Behavioral Sciences Examiner
- 2-3 year program (full-time student)
- We do not offer a part-time program: minimum number of classes per semester is 3 courses
- Preparing for California State licensure as a Marriage & Family Therapist
- Outstanding multicultural clinical faculty
- No GRE required
- On-site clinic
- Live supervision
- Community practice sites
- Trauma and grief work
- Spirituality and Counseling
- Family systems treatment models
- Human sexuality
- Child and adolescent counseling
- Alcohol and chemical dependency
- Cross-cultural interventions
- Evidence-based treatment
- Couples and group therapy
Fall 2014 Program application due January 15, 2014.
Notice to Applicants (updated 2/19/14):
Due to the high number of applications, we are not able to individually respond to your request for updates on the status of your application. We also do not accept any late applications.
Please do not e-mail or call to request the status of your application. This will only delay the process. We will notify you as soon as we can. Thank you for your understanding.
For Fall 2014 applicants, the required in-person interviews will be in early March 2014.
All applicants will be notified via e-mail by 5:00PM on Friday 2/28/14.
For more information contact:
2013 MFT Cohort
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