This degree seeks to:
- Prepare students to ethically counsel individuals, couples, and families from a systemic perspective;
- Equip students with self-awareness, global-awareness, and spiritual-awareness in order to prepare them to become effective clinicians;
- Prepare students to read, interpret, and conduct empirically based research; and
- Provide students with an adequate understanding of various aspects of the mental health field including various levels of care.
Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to:
- Integrate empirically-based systemic treatment methods with a Christian worldview;
- Develop an ethical and legal understanding of the counseling field of practice;
- Develop the skills necessary to assess, diagnose and treat individuals, married couples, and families from a diverse background with a wide range of presenting problems;
- Critically analyze counseling theories from a biblical worldview.
Please Note: The Master’s of Marriage and Family Therapy degree is only offered at the Southlake, TX campus.
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