This certificate is jointly administered by the College of Education and the College of Health and Human Sciences. The certificate has been designed to provide career enhancement for licensed mental health professionals to enable them to provide, within a variety of medical settings, family therapy and counseling services to patients and their families.
This interdisciplinary post-master’s certificate is available for individuals who are currently licensed in a mental health profession. Admission to the certificate program requires approval of the admissions committee.
Procedures for admission to the certificate program are available on the Post-Master’s Certificate in Medical Family Therapy and Counseling website. It is required that the student have introductory course work and supervised experience in marriage and family therapy or family counseling.