The Marriage & Family Therapy Program (MFT) at Adler Graduate School allows the applicant to take only the courses required for licensure by the Minnesota Board of Marriage & Family Therapy. To be considered for the MFT track, applicants must contact the Office of Admissions to make an appointment with the Director of Admissions and Student Services. For the meeting you will need to provide official transcripts from all previous graduate-level coursework. At that time an evaluation of your previous coursework will be performed to determine which of your prior courses will apply toward licensure and whether additional internship hours are necessary.
Abnormal Psychology & DSM-5
Introduction to Adlerian Psychology and Child Guidance
Comparative Theories of Personality and Psychotherapy
Marital and Family SystemsArea Total: 9 Credits Minimum Required
Systems of Family Therapy
Marital and Family TherapyArea Total: 15 Credits Minimum Required
Basic Counseling Skills
Essential Interviewing Skills
Family & Couples Counseling
Counseling Children & Adolescents
Research MethodsArea Total: 3 Credits Minimum Required
Principles of Research
Values, Ethics and Legalities
Pre-degree Practical Experience (300 Hours) (No more than 150 hours with individuals)
Previous Master's Degree in Counseling or Psychotherapy
Following the transcript evaluation appointment, an application and application fee will be required for admission to the MFT program.
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