University of La Verne
The MFT program at ULV has been training graduate students since 1973 to meet the needs of families and individuals in a changing world. The theoretical foundation for the MFT program is a systemic recovery model designed to address the needs of a diverse population. Students are exposed to a range of theoretical orientations and best practices methodologies. Didactic and experiential program components are combined to provide a broad theoretical foundation and substantial counseling experience for the future practitioner. The MFT program meets all current Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) academic requirements for Marriage Family Therapist licensure in California, as well as the academic requirements for California community college counseling and instructor positions.