Marriage & Family Therapy
Master of Science
A marriage and family therapist is a helping professional who is trained to intervene in human problems in a holistic way. A marriage and family therapist is trained in various theories and methods stemming from a model of understanding human interaction called systems theory. Systems theory is an integrated set of concepts which describes how each person is interconnected with his or her context in very complex ways, and looks at the individual as simultaneously a whole entity and as part of a larger system. Systems theory holds that individuals function in relation to others and in relation to a set of circumstances that dictate how each person is to react. Conversely, the individual is also seen as being capable of having powerful input into how the larger system operates and can have an influence in changing his or her environment.
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Contact Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director, Dr. Stephen Flynn, with any questions related to the MFT program or certificate.
Students can complete the 60 credit MS in Marriage and Family Therapy by itself or add one of the following concentrations:
- Addictions Treatment
- Eating Disorders
- Play Therapy
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New Hampshire State Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) Requirements – This website shows the New Hampshire state LMFT requirements.
Diversity Information – Plymouth State University Marriage and Family Therapy Program’s Diversity Information can be found here: Diversity Breakdown
Graduation Rate – As of September 2018, 100% of our graduates have graduated within the maximum graduation time-frame.
Program Retention Rate: As of September 2018, the Plymouth State University Marriage and Family Therapy Program has retained 87.5% of its students.
MFT Course Offerings
Please check our course registration page for current offerings or schedule a time to speak with the program coordinator for more information.