Being a marriage and family therapist means that you will be asked to assist families through an almost infinite number of problems. These can range from communication issues between spouses or children and parents to counseling for post-traumatic stress, addiction or abuse.
If you choose to enter this field, you will not only be working in a fulfilling career but also an expanding industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a 14% growth in the field by 2018. More jobs and career opportunities will become available to those with degrees in marriage and family therapy as the growth continues.
To become a licensed marriage and family therapist, you must first earn a master’s degree. There are many universities in Texas that offer programs where you can earn your degree and get started in your career. Request information from the schools below to learn what their degree programs can do for you!