MS Master of Science in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy General Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy specialization
Prepare yourself for expanded career opportunities and job satisfaction in the counseling field. Capella University's online Master's in Family Therapy program develops your proficiency in addressing disorders within the family system.
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This COAMFTE- and CACREP-accredited program includes a rigorous combination of distance education and face-to-face preparation. The curriculum includes online coursework, residential colloquia, and clinical field experiences to prepare you for state licensure eligibility.
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With your Master's in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy from Capella, you'll integrate and apply research and theories in the practice of marriage and family therapy, including relational/systemic theories, theories of individual and family development across the life span, and other foundational theories in marriage and family therapy to clinical practice. You'll also learn to think critically and write effectively in the discipline by analyzing, synthesizing and evaluating the theoretical and practice issues relevant to family dynamics and systems theory in the field of marriage and family therapy. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
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Common jobs with an online program in general marriage and family counseling/therapy include behavioral disorder counselor, counselor, marriage and family therapist, mental health counselor, substance abuse counselor, therapist or vocational counselor. Potential workplaces and fields include mental health, educational institutions, private sector, health care or child welfare/children's services.