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Program Features

Distinctions of Our Program

Academic Features

  • This degree fulfills all academic requirements for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist as set forth by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. You can see our most recent pass rates for the licensing exams on the BBS website.
  • With an additional five units and practicum hours graduates meet all academic requirements for licensure as a Professional Clinical Counselor in California.
  • Exit Project required in place of a thesis.

Professional Development

  • Clinical interests developed through training in a variety of agencies.
  • Appropriate training and fieldwork experience equips students to work and minister effectively within a variety of settings.
  • Specific training in clinical conceptualization.
  • Required personal therapy concurrent with course work benefits the student by giving them the opportunity to be engaged in the therapeutic process as a client.
  • Content and structure aids in further career development of ministers, law enforcement officers, health care workers, teachers and other mental health workers.

Program Design

  • Clinical class sizes are limited to 15 and practicum class sizes are limited to 8.
  • Full-time students receive a Masters degree in three years (seven to eight semesters) or two years (five semesters).
  • Late afternoon and evening classes.
  • Full and part time availability with the option of evening only, three and four year tracks.
  • Selected classes are offered online or during the summer.

Christian Community

  • Mentoring and individual attention from faculty and staff.
  • Emphasis placed on integration of Christianity and psychology.
  • Environment that facilitates development of a cohesive and supportive community.
  • Faculty are licensed professionals working in their areas of expertise who are committed to Christian integration in academic excellence, community, and guiding students.

What is Marriage and Family Therapy?

We invite you to take the next step

Each and every week I find myself engaging a student through conversation, coffee, dinner, or entertaining students and faculty in my home. Many of these relationships have transformed into colleagues and friends.

Dr. Tim Moyers, MFT
Assistant Professor of Graduate Clinical Psychology