The Master of Arts degree in Counseling with a specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy/Professional Clinical Counseling  (MFT/PCC) provides the educational requirements necessary to pursue a MFT and/or PCC internship upon graduation and, upon completing the required clinical experience, to apply for California's Board of Behavioral Science MFT and/or PCC license exams.

Core Courses, 40 units

  • COUN 245:    Psychopathology, 3 units
  • COUN 247:    Theory and Practice of Counseling Couples, 2 units
  • COUN 250:    Family Systems Theories and Applications, 3 units
  • COUN 251:    Treatment of Children, 3 units
  • COUN 252:    Advanced Clinical Practice, 3 units
  • COUN 255:    Community Mental Health and Trauma Interventions, 3 units
  • COUN 308:    Addictions, Co-occurring Disorders, and Recovery-Oriented Treatment, 1 unit
  • COUN 566:    Counseling Older Adults and Their Families, 1 unit
  • COUN 314:    Psychopharmacology for MFT/PCC, 3 units
  • COUN 530:    Counseling Field Experience, 6 units

Minimum Total Units: 68

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1928 Saint Mary's Road
Moraga, CA 94575
(925) 631-4000
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