MARRIAGE & FAMILY
THERAPY

MATERIALS

SCHOOL CERTIFIED MFT TRACK

IFS TRAINING BROCHURES
CONTACT INFORMATION

MFT Program Coordinator
   Ralph Cohen, Ph.D.LMFT
   Email: cohenr@ccsu.edu

Department Secretary
   Sarah P. Atkinson
   Email: AtkinsonS@ccsu.edu
   Phone: 860.832.2154
   Fax: 860.832.2145

Location:
   Barnard Hall, Room 221.000
   Central Connecticut State Univ.
   1615 Stanley Street
   New Britain, CT 06050

 

M.F.T. Society

PROFESSIONAL LINKS

Occupational Outlook Handbook
American Association of MF&T
Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Licensed Drug & Alcohol Counselor (LADC)|
The commision on Rehabilitation
Counselor Certification (CRC)


MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY

 

Field Based Training 

The Practicum is a two-semester, 12 hour-per-week supervised clinical placement during the Second Year. Students learn basic clinical skills and begin working with clients. Students process their experiences in a small group format with a faculty supervisor.

The Internship is a 12-month, 25-hour-per-week intensive clinical placement following the practicum experience which allows students to conduct marital and family therapy under supervision of an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Interns conduct 500 hours of therapy with individuals, couples, and families; 250 hours must be with couples and families. Interns receive a minimum of 100 hours of individual and group supervision with a minimum of 50 hours of supervision using actual clinical material (i.e., audio and videotapes) for intensive review.

 

 

               

 

 

 

       

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