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Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT) Requirements

Students who have a MFT masters degree and/or graduated from a COAMFTE-accredited masters program and are licensed as an MFT. 24 classes, 62 credits, 2 ¾  years

DMFT 8000

Professional Development Seminar 1

1

DMFT 8050

Advanced Relational Systemic Theory and Applications

3

DMFT 8051

Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Couple/Marriage and Family Therapy

3

DMFT 8010

Introduction to clinical research, research writing and research ethics

3

DMFT 8052

Assessment and Diagnosis in Couple/Marriage & Family Therapy

3

DMFT 8012

Quantitative Research Methods & Statistical Analyses

3

DMFT 8013

Qualitative Methods & Analyses

3

DMFT 8070

Fundamentals of Supervision in Marriage and Family Therapy

3

DMFT 8055

Trauma Theory and Models with Vulnerable Populations and Systemic Approaches to Substance Treatment

3

DMFT 8015

Psychotherapy Outcome and Process Research

3

DMFT 8080

Advanced Supervision 1

1

DMFT 8071

Introduction to Teaching/ Consultation/ Leadership

3

DMFT 8081

Advanced Supervision 2

1

DMFT 8082

Advanced Supervision 3

1

DMFT 8022

Portfolio Planning and Development

1

DMFT 8059

MFT through a Decolonized lens: Centering Indigenous healing practices in families

3

DMFT 8060

Sex Therapy

3

DMFT 8022

Dissertation Seminar

3

DMFT 8999

Dissertation

3

DMFT 8062

Medical Family Therapy and Introduction to Psychopharmacology

3

DMFT 8073

Program Development, Design, and Evaluation for Families and Communities: Holistic Approaches to Prevention and Enrichment

3

DMFT 8999

Dissertation

3

DMFT 8075

Family Healthcare Policy & Advocacy

3

DMFT 8999

Dissertation

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

62