Marital, Couple and Family Counseling Graduate Certificate
Every mental health/human services professional finds themselves working with couples and families at some point in their careers. This may involve working directly with the couple or family or indirectly with an individual whose primary issues are couple or family related. Working with couples and families is very different from working with individuals. The dynamics of the relationships are complex and require a systems approach to understanding and intervening. Many traditional mental health graduate programs do not address these issues and special training is needed.
PSU can help you develop the knowledge base and skills vital to helping your clients with couples and family concerns. Explore the courses and certificate information on this website and contact us for more information.
This program is intended as a post-master's certificate designed for individuals with clinical master's degrees who want to respecialize in couple and family therapy.
Length of Program
Intended time to complete: 8 terms
Jobs related to this program
Marriage and Family Therapists: 21-1013
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