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Become a family therapist 

Through our full-time master's degree, we prepare students to assess for individual and family risk and to foster resilience and positive transformation in the face of adversity. Students learn theory and skills essential to practicing in the field of marriage and family therapywhile developing their own personalized therapy model. The accredited degree program is part of the Department of Human Development and Family Science. Upon completion, graduates are qualified to sit for the national Marriage and Family Therapy licensing exam, to apply for licensure in Oklahoma and most other states and to enter a doctoral program for further study. 

Clinical Training  

Our students gain valuable experience and preparation while completing supervised clinical training in the Center for Family Services. This state-of-art, on-campus clinic serves individuals, couples and families with a mission to provide high-quality, low-cost marriage and family therapy services to OSU faculty, staff, students and the Stillwater community. 

Successful Graduates

In their own words, hear from recent graduates about why they chose our program, the preparation they received and what they are doing now.

Student Resources

Program Faculty

Our expert faculty are committed to helping you develop as an individual and as a therapist. All marriage and family therapy faculty hold doctoral degrees from COAMFTE-accredited programs and are active researchers: 

 

Funding Opportunities

The College of Education and Human Sciences offers many forms of funding to support your graduate education:

Program Information

Explore the key requirements for successful completion of the master's degree, program goals and more:

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