Accreditation for MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Alliance Graduate School of Counseling

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Sunday November 27, 2016


Dr. Andrew Mercurio, director of the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) degree program at Alliance Graduate School of Counseling (AGSC), has been informed by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE) that initial accreditation has been granted to AGSC's Marriage and Family Therapy program.

The Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy at AGSC focuses on the dynamics of interpersonal family, marital/couple and parent/children relationships. This 61-credit degree program aims to proficiently equip students with the adequate tools to incorporate therapeutic technique and skills to work with these family systems in a professional and warm environment. At the completion of the program, graduates will have fulfilled the academic requirements for licensing.

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. David Turk extends congratulations to Dr. Mercurio, the faculty and staff of the MFT program for their diligent efforts to obtain this professional recognition that ensures quality in higher education programs.

To learn more about Alliance Graduate School of Counseling and its degree programs, click here.

 

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