M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy
This 48 credit master's degree program prepares students to work in mental health and social service agencies, clinics, hospitals and in private practice. The integrated CASAC curriculum track enables students to pursue a wide variety of employment opportunities in the substance abuse field.
Students learn counseling techniques and consultation skills found to be effective with couples and families, and are trained to be multiculturally competent and sensitive to the needs of diverse populations. This program leads to eligibility for New York State licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Students are given personalized advisement about the internships and electives which will best serve their professional career goals.
Inquiries may be directed to:
Dr. Beth Weiner,
Program Director Counseling, Psychology and Therapy
For the program at West Point, please contact:
Dr. Thomas Nardi
For CASAC please contact:
Dr. Susan Goldman
LIU Hudson Graduate Programs in Counseling, Psychology and Therapy