Serving in the armed forces brings about a very distinct set of challenges for a family. Frequent moves, substantial time apart, living on bases in tight quarters, not to mention combat fatigue and PTSD, can all lead military families into turmoil. You can learn how to help these families cope and overcome obstacles with a post-graduate certificate in MFT with a specialization in Military Family Therapy online. You’ll learn analytical, practical and theoretical knowledge with therapy methods that are taught from a family-based, systems-oriented approach. Coursework completed in this program may be applied to a doctoral program, should you decide to continue your education. Classes may include:
- Military Family Therapy: Clinical Applications
- Assessing and Treating Family Violence
- Systemic Treatment of Infidelity and Sex Addiction
If you plan on using this certificate as a pathway towards licensure, be sure to check with your state regarding their qualifications and requirements prior to enrolling in a program.
- A master’s level or higher degree
- Official Transcripts
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (COAMFTE-AAMFT)
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