Academic Catalog

Marital and Family Therapy Learning Outcomes

At the conclusion of the MFT program, students will demonstrate the application and use of the following:

  1. Knowledge: Employ a specialized understanding of fundamental, relational, and systemic principles of marriage and fancily therapy theory and techniques relevant to clinical practice.
  2. Practice: Practice component, systemic clinical skills to serve diverse clinical populations and clinical needs.
  3. Communication: Produce effective oral and written communication that clearly conveys concepts and insights consistent with the clinical practice of marriage and family therapy.
  4. Diversity: Support the intersectional identities and contextual influences within diverse communities, social systems, and marginalized groups in the clinical practice.
  5. Research: Analyze and evaluate empirical findings critically, utilizing, examining, and integrating research to inform clinical practice.
  6. Ethics: Apply legal, ethical, and professional standards required for clinical, systemic, and relational practice.