A Master’s Degree for Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Clinical Counselors
Join a learning community of students and faculty who are active, engaged, and socially conscious. Look inward and arrive at new psychological insights that will help you develop greater depth as a psychotherapist. Prepares yourself to work in today’s society by using a wide range of theories and techniques.
Our Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program is known for successful preparation of compassionate, highly trained, multiculturally competent therapists.
The 90 unit program meets the educational requirements for licensure as a California Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and by including the PCC specialization as part of your degree program as a Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC).
- Flexibly designed for adult learners
- Small cohort of classmates in an environment that fosters collaboration
- Students are encouraged to explore multiple perspectives and approaches
- Develops eclectically trained practitioners who are sensitive to issues of diversity, including gender, class, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and disability
- Learning is supported by opportunities to practice therapy under professional supervision at one of over 100 affiliated mental health services agencies
- Graduates are prepared for MFT or LPCC licensure in California and for doctoral study in psychology
Choose from one of our unique and richly stimulating specializations. Each specialization was developed to meet a growing demand for clinicians with expertise in focused areas of practice, enrich your experience, increase appreciation for cultural diversity, and help develop a successful career path in a chosen area of interest.
- Applied Community Psychology
- General Practice
- Professional Clinical Counselor
- Spiritual and Depth Psychology
- Child Studies
- LGBT – Affirmative Psychology
- Psychological Trauma Studies
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