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What Can You Do With An MA/MFT-PCC Degree?
Saybrook’s clinical psychology programs are specifically focused on the knowledge, experience, and practical skills you will need to enter the profession as a licensed therapist and clinical counselor. Pre-degree preparation includes core courses, hands-on training at conferences, practicum supervision, and close mentoring from faculty who are active and experienced in the field.
Saybrook’s MA/MFT-PCC program is designed to embrace outreach to diverse communities with traditional and shifting definitions of family and gender roles in multiple cultural and social contexts. MA/MFT-PCC students develop clinical skills to work with diverse populations to support capacities toward healing and meaningful life changes.
The program objectives are to ensure:
- understanding of clinical theory and applications and relevant issues in professional practice
- personal and professional development
- proficiency in addressing issues in diversity.
A diverse field of career opportunities exists for licensed practitioners in Marriage & Family Therapy/Professional Clinical Counseling. In addition to independent practice, our graduates are working in nonprofit service centers, substance recovery centers, domestic violence centers, hospice outreach, adoption and foster transitional care, hospitals and ambulatory care, and anywhere and everywhere that reaches the populations they are passionate about supporting. To find out more about these professional training opportunities, request information about our graduate degree programs today.
- community health centers
- family service agencies
- hospitals, medical, residential and ambulatory care
- prisons and family support agencies
- juvenile justice and child protective services
- substance abuse clinics and recovery treatment centers
- non-profit organizations
- group and independent practice associations
To take the next step in furthering your career, apply now.
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