The Family Therapy program combines relevant courses in courses in couple, family, and child therapy; mental illness; substance abuse and addiction; and assessment and diagnosis to provide professional clinical training for students seeking mental health licensure. It combines a systems/relational understanding of people's lives with theory, clinical training, and the integration of faith and learning. The two-year, 60-hour program prepares graduates for Christian service and leadership in a variety of secular and faith-based settings.

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