Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy

Graduates of the Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy program are trained to work holistically and relationally with clients. During the program you will be eligible to apply for a training license to practice therapy, and with two more years of full-time supervised work experience you can apply for full licensure as a marriage and family therapist.

The job outlook for Marriage and Family Therapists is excellent. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the occupation will grow by 15% by 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Learn more.

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  • Sara Tripalin
    I credit the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Edgewood College for providing me with the essential skills, systemic outlook, and foundational concepts of therapy necessary to excel as a psychotherapist. Former professors are now trusted colleagues and friends and the program that schooled me as a therapist remains a constant asset as I forge my professional path. I highly value and recommend the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Edgewood College. I am proud to be alumni and I am thankful for having had the opportunity to be a part of this well-respected program.
    Sara Tripalin, MS '09, LMFT, Peace of Mind Therapy LLC

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