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Department of Counseling and School Psychology

Department of Counseling and School Psychology

Marriage & Family Therapy
multicultural 2-year face-to-face training program

Program Highlights

Developing culturally responsive therapists with a diverse, compassionate and intelligent student body.
Experienced Faculty
Faculty of the MFT program are actively involved in class with students, clinical trainings, and often are practicing in the profession with diverse foci and specialties.
Commission on Accreditation for MFT Education Accredited, under the oversight of American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
Community Engagement
Gain extensive clinical experience through community engagement, practicums, and traineeship placements. Conduct therapy at the Center for Community Counseling and Engagement (CCCE) early in training
Person running
Cohort 60 unit program model with 2 full years of face-to-face that begins in the summer of first year
“...Producing excellent
Marriage and Family Therapists
who are
multicultural thinkers,
skilled with Diverse families and
committed to social issues and change.”

News & Updates

info session

Info Sessions for Prospective Students

Informational Sessions regarding the MFT program for the coming application season will be held on 3rd October 2016 and 7th November 2016! Both sessions are from 10am to 11.30am on SDSU campus at  the Education & Business Administration (EBA) building, room 339!

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The Five C's

Core Big Five 1
Embracing inter- and intra-group processes, differences and similarities.
Core Big Five 2
Engagement from local to global levels.
Core Big Five 2
Inclusive, respecting local knowledges.
Understanding contexts of human experience from biological to societal levels.
Relationally-oriented, integrated clinical work and pedagogies
Marriage & Family Therapy Program


Phone: 619-594-6109