Argosy University–Denver

Department of Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy
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Argosy University Denver offers both the MA and the DMFT in Marriage and Family Therapy. The programs are practitioner based and offer a strong emphasis on clinical skills. Both programs are designed to meet Colorado requirements for licensure as a marriage and family therapist.

Program Overview
Program Administrator
Dr. April Young
Department Emphasis
  • 25% Family Therapy
  • 25% Human Development
  • 19% Family Science
  • 19% Practium
  • 6% Research
  • 6% Ethics
  • Pofessional Studies
Campus Enrollment
100
Program Options
  • Master’s
  • Doctoral
Areas of Study
  • Therapy (Couples, Marriage, or Family) - Doctoral
  • Therapy (Couples, Marriage, or Family) - Master's
Department Address

7600 E. Eastman Avenue
Denver, CO 80231
United States

Phone Number
303-248-2700
Graduate Program
Graduate Director
Dr. Tracy Baldo Senstock
Graduate Courses Offered
  • Theories of Family Process & Development
  • Advanced Theories of Family Therapy
  • Social & Cultural Foundations
  • Family Therapy Counseling Skills
  • Couple & Relational Counseling Skills
  • Advanced Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
  • Substance Abuse Counseling for Individuals & Families
  • Psychopathology & Assessment
  • Human Development: Lifespan
  • Human Sexuality
  • Child & Adolescent Counseling
  • Professional & Ethical Issues in Family Therapy
  • Research & Assessment
  • Practicum I, II, & III
Master's Level
Masters Program Options
  • Marriage & Family Therapy
Masters Comments

The MAMFT program is a weekend based delivery model designed for individuals who work full time and are seeking advanced training and education in marriage and family therapy. The degree leads to licensure as an LMFT.

Doctoral Level
Doctoral Program Options
  • Marriage & Family Therapy
Doctoral Comments

The DMFT program focuses on advanced clinical knowledge and skill. Extensive training in theory, practice and supervision are the focus of the degree.

CFLE Information

NCFR recognizes schools offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs with course work that follows the Standards and Criteria required for approval as a Provisional Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE). NCFR approval allows the school to offer their graduates the opportunity to apply for Provisional Certification using the Abbreviated Application process. The CFLE Checklist represents the courses that meet the CFLE criteria at that school. Students must complete all the courses on a checklist in order to qualify to apply for the CFLE designation through the Abbreviated Application process.