Our Master of Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT) program provides a unique approach to learning. In addition to online courses, you’ll complete a clinical internship to gain professional clinical training and hands-on therapy practice.
- Gain membership in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
- Be part of a Christ-centered online community with professors and classmates.
- Seek initial licensure as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Texas.
Child and Adolescent Therapy
- Take specialized courses in addition to the core MMFT curriculum that focus on applying systemic approaches and techniques to solve child and adolescent problems.
Our Child and Adolescent Therapy specialization prepares you to strengthen children with a range of diagnoses, including autism spectrum disorders, intellectual delays, and conduct disorders.
Medical Family Therapy
- Take three specialized courses in addition to the core MMFT curriculum: Theory and Practice of Medical Family Therapy; Illness, Disability, Death, and Dying Across the Lifespan; and Intervention in Medical Family Therapy.
- Seek initial licensure as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy therapist in Texas* with elective selections of Group Psychotherapy and Career Counseling.
With our Medical Family Therapy specialization, you can focus on serving grieving families.
Therapy with Military Families
- Take specialized courses in addition to the core MMFT curriculum that focus on helping active-duty military and veterans maintain strong spousal and familial relationships.
With our Therapy with Military Families specialization, you can aid military couples and families as they work through issues related to deployment, PTSD, substance abuse, and other stressors.
Treatment of Trauma
- Take specialized courses in addition to the core MMFT curriculum that focus on helping couples and families recognize and apply interventions to cope with various types of trauma.
With our Treatment of Trauma specialization, you can equip yourself to effectively support victims of sexual and physical abuse, natural disasters, and other damaging events.