Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling (M.A.)

Department of Counselor Education

Stetson University’s Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling is unique because therapists receive training in both individual psychotherapy and family systems, which allows them to focus on understanding client symptoms in the context of their relational interactions.

Marriage and Family Therapists work with diverse individuals, couples, and families from a relational perspective, and treat a wide range of clinical issues including, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse, trauma, and more. Research has shown that family-based interventions are highly effective and provide a powerful model for change. Marriage and Family therapists utilize a holistic perspective and are concerned about the overall, long-term well-being of individuals and their families.

Degree Level
Program Delivery
Area(s) of Study
Therapy/Counseling (individual, couples, marriage, or family)
Counseling and Related Educational Programs, also known as CACREP