National MFT Exam Prep

National MFT Exam Prep

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The MFT exam is a test that helps to determine if someone can be called a Marriage and Family Therapist. In order to obtain your licensure as an (MFT, LMFT, LPCC), etc. You will need to pass either the National MFT Exam or the California Clinical MFT Exam.

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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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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook (2020), the median annual salary for Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) is $51,340. Salaries may vary, based on location, specialization, and experience.

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In order to become a licensed marriage and family therapist. First you must have a degree in psychology or a related field such as social work. You must also complete the academic coursework required by your state board of examiners.

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Studying for the MFT licensure exam can be a daunting task. You have to study many different topics in order to pass your exams, and you may not know where to start. Don't worry! We will offer you some tips on how best to study for the MFT exam, which should help make studying easier.

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