Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy

The Marriage and Family Therapy Program seeks to prepare individuals for Christian service to individuals and families who are in need of personal, emotional, or relational assistance. The program is appropriate for those who wish to change careers as well as those who are already established in the human service occupation. The Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy is designed for students who are seeking to become licensed counselors and develop their primary professional identity as marriage and family therapists or mental health counselors.

Program Courses
PS510 Introduction to Professional Counseling
PS515 The Family: Developmental and Relational Issues
PS521 Seminar in Personal and Professional Development
PS522 Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling
PS531 Counseling: Philosophy, Theory, and Practice
PS533 Marriage and Family Therapy: Historical Approaches
PS534 Marriage and Family Therapy: Collaborative and Integrative Approaches
PS540 Lifespan Development and Treatment Interventions I: Children and Adolescents
PS551 Culturally-Sensitive Counseling
PS595 Group Counseling
PS561 Understanding Research Design and Statistics
PS562 Techniques for Psychological and Family Assessment
PS571 Psychopathology and Pharmacology Treatments for Adults
PS532 Marital Preparation, Enrichment, and Therapy
PS588 Lifespan Development and Treatment Interventions II: Adults
PS572 Religious and Spiritual Issues in Counseling
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PS586 Addictions and Substance Abuse Counseling
PS600 Practicum and Internship: Clinical Experience and Supervision

Calendar - MFT Program 2013-2014 (PDF)

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