MS IN MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY AT FULLER ARIZONA

The Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy (MS-MFT) degree program at Fuller Arizona is designed to meet the requirements for licensure in Arizona. You will be especially well trained to work with couples and families, but you will also be able to work with individuals dealing with a wide variety of issues.

Our program is offered primarily on Wednesday afternoons and evenings, allowing many students to retain their full-time jobs and to minimize their commute time. The majority of the classroom portion of the training takes place during the first two years. The third and final year is largely spent at a practicum site where you will actually work with clients and gain clinical experience. We have over 25 practicum sites for you to choose from so you will have the opportunity to work with the client population that interests you. They include group private practice settings, non-profit counseling centers, agencies, and church counseling centers.

Degree Outline

Contact us at arizona@fuller.edu or 602-220-0400, Ext. 105 to learn more.

What Current MFT Students and Recent Grads Have to Say

Amy

Amy Skeens

My experience at Fuller has been transformative. The professors have passionately passed on information with kindness and grace. I feel equipped with the knowledge and tools to live a better life personally and professionally.

Jonathan Thrall

Jonathan Thrall

The Fuller MFT program helped me to grow as an individual and prepared me as a professional. The professors and staff truly care about the students’ personal well-being and academic success.

Tansy

Tansy Kadoe

The MFT program at Fuller Arizona opened my eyes to the emotional and psychological needs of others, and provided the training to help me meet those needs. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is ready to provide love and direction for those who desperately need it.
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(800) 235-2222
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182


Admissions
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