Program Objectives

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.

Learning Outcomes

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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Sep 2019
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