The Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy program is a terminal degree designed for candidates seeking a non-traditional doctorate. The focus of this degree is on clinical and community-based practice which differentiates it from the Ph.D. and makes it attractive to anyone who is seeking a practitioner versus a research degree. The program provides opportunities for advanced, cross-disciplinary study with couples, individuals and families as well as larger systems of organizations and communities, with emphases on systemic theory, practice and research.
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