Seattle Pacific University
Openness, respect, curiosity, accountability, and a holistic view of clinical care - these are the guiding values of Seattle Pacific University's Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) master's degree. The mission of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Seattle Pacific University is to provide the highest quality education and training in marriage and family therapy in a distinctively Christian context. Graduates of the master of science in marriage and family therapy (M.S.) program are prepared to: (1) Apply family systems theoretical models and clinical interventions to therapeutic work with individuals, couples, groups and families; (2) Examine personal and professional values and integrate them into an ethical practice of family therapy; (3) Demonstrate awareness of sociocultural and professional trends in the practice of psychotherapy. Students can complete the program in 2, 3 or 4 years. Classes are taken sequentially and most meet in the afternoon and evenings.