As more families turn to therapists for help, the demand for marriage and family therapists continues to rise. Between 2008-2018, there will be a 14% increase in the number of marriage and family therapists according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). These new career opportunities will be available to graduates with degrees in marriage and family therapy.
In Alabama, the BLS also reports the average income of a marriage and family therapist is $10,000 more than the average income in the state. Working as a therapist in Alabama will offer the advantage of a competitive salary as well as opportunities from a nationally growing career field.
Get started today by requesting information about marriage and family therapy degrees from the following list of Alabama schools!