Marriage and family therapists are becoming more and more popular to families in the U.S. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a 14% growth in the industry by 2018. That projection is much faster than most other industries in Maryland and across the country.
Marriage and family therapists help their patients cope with everything from everyday stressors to severe problems with mental illness, substance abuse, or childhood obesity. To become a licensed marriage and family therapist in Maryland, you must start by getting a master’s degree.
The schools listed below offer marriage and family therapy programs in Maryland that can give you the opportunity to earn your degree and begin your career. Contact them for more information about their programs and how they can be of service to you.