California Clinical MFT Exam Prep

California MFT Clinical Exam Prep

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Frequently Asked Questions

The MFT requirements in California are relatively new to the MFT industry, but they have already made a big impact. The MFT California requirements are different from other MFTs and require an additional certification for those who want to become certified as an MFT.

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The MFT vs LMFT debate has been raging for many years in the field of social work. MFT is a relatively new designation, which means it's not as widely known or recognized by some mental health professionals. MFT stands for Marriage and Family Therapist; while LMFT stands for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

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If you are considering becoming a therapist, there is one important decision that will need to be made: where should I go to school? There are two major paths you could take when choosing your education path. You can attend an accredited LCSW or LMFT program. Both of these professions offer their graduates the opportunity to help people in similar ways, but they do require different training.

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