Antioch University–New England
The Marriage and Family Therapy Program (MFT) is housed in the Department of Applied Psychology along with Programs in Counseling Psychology and Dance Movement Therapy. All Programs are designed for adult learners with an emphasis on experiential learning and the integration of theory and practice. Master's program classes meet one or two days per week with the remainder of the time devoted to clinical practice, while the PhD program meets two to three days per week and focuses on training teachers, supervisors, and researchers. The MFT Program offers a broad-based view of family therapy theory, encouraging students to find their own places in the field, and provides a foundation in working with larger systems from the perspective of social justice. The MFT program includes both masters and doctoral degrees. Both the MA and PhD Programs are accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).