MFT Programs in Wisconsin

Marriage and family therapists are becoming more important to the lives of American families every year. The stresses of an unstable economy are only adding to the problems facing families, which can be anything from abuse, mental illness, divorce, or infidelity.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects by 2018 there will be a 14% growth in the marriage and family therapy field. Working as a marriage and family therapist in Wisconsin will allow you take advantage of the industry’s national growth. In addition, the BLS reports that the average salary of a marriage and family therapist in Wisconsin is about $5,000 higher than that of the average worker in the state.

In order to get a license to practice marriage and family therapy, you must first earn a master’s degree. The Wisconsin schools below offer programs where you can get your degree and begin your career. Contact them today for more information!

Marriage & Family therapy programs
Note: This list contains Campus as well as Online schools.