MSW students who wish to develop advanced competence in marriage and family therapy, and eventually become state (LMFT) licensed in Wisconsin as Marriage and Family Therapists and Clinical Members of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), may also apply for the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) certificate program. The MSW/MFT program consists of a special sequence of courses designed to meet the educational requirements for both the MSW degree, state licensure as LMFT, and associate membership in AAMFT.
Direct Practice I &II - Children & Families
Development of the Family over the Life Span
Models of Family Therapy
Seminar in Social Issue Analysis - Family
Sex Related Issues and Topics
Advanced Methods in Research - Clinical Evaluation
Ethics and Professional Issues
Solution Focused Therapy
Psychopathology of Adults
Psychopathology of Childhood and Adolescence
Intimate Partner Violence
Students enroll in field practicum concurrently with their coursework for at least three semesters. Family placements are available in a wide variety of well-established community agencies.
For more information on this certificate, contact José Torres.