"A difference that makes the difference"

Greetings from the Department Head!

Hello, I am Dr. Kate Warner. Before you begin perusing our webpage, it might interest you to know that according to the recent ranking of the 100 "Best Jobs" by CNN Money/Payscale.com, working as a Marriage and Family Therapist is the 42nd best job in America. This ranking was higher than several other mental health professions, including clinical psychologists (ranked 55), psychiatrist (ranked 78), and psychiatric nurses (ranked 85). The article estimates that the MFT profession currently has 36,000 jobs, a growth rate of 41.2%, and that its top earners are making around $120,000. In addition, the article notes that the grades MFT's give the quality of their professional lives broke out like this: MFTs report an "A" in "benefit to society," "B" in "flexibility" and "personal satisfaction," and a "C" in "low stress."

What does a Trained Family Therapist know how to do?
Family Therapy training teaches the art and science of change

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   COAMFTE logo MFT Department faculty members are Clinical Fellows with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). The MS in Marriage and Family Therapy Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Training and Education (COAMFTE).