People are complex beings embedded within complicated systems of relationships. You examine the relationships that exist between your clients and their partners, coworkers, friends, and families to learn about their emotional health, physical health, social life, and community involvement. At Antioch University New England, you study systemic, feminist, and postmodern theories for application in clinical settings.
Attend a nationally accredited program.
Antioch University New England’s program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE). This specialized professional accreditation ensures students that the program meets national standards not just state or regional standards for marriage and family therapy education.
Get experience during your program.
You complete 500 face-to-face clinical hours, including 250 hours with couples or families during your program.
Be part of a small, close-knit group.
You get to know your professors and classmates very well as you enter the program at the same time and attend classes together throughout your programs.
Begins with an online course in summer
Classes one day and one evening a week in Fall and Spring
First year students take practicum in the Antioch University Couple and Family Therapy Institute one day per week
Second year students complete a clinical internship near their home town.