EXCELLENTOur time together will offer us many opportunities to engage, dream, and deliver on the many opportunities that lie in front of us.
at Daybreak University are to prepare students to be culturally competent, ethical, self-observing, and systemic marriage and family therapists, supervisors, teachers, and researchers.
|The faculty members at Daybreak University have earned doctoral degrees in Couples and Family Therapy, Sex Therapy, and Counseling Psychology. They are AAMFT approved supervisors, AASECT approved supervisors, and many also hold internationally recognized awards and qualifications. The Daybreak faculty is composed of the world's best experts in their respective fields, who have abundant clinical experience and are dedicated to advancing the mental health field through their ongoing research.|
How to Apply to our MFT Program
Admission is open to an individual who has earned a qualifying degree from an accredited institution. An applicant is expected to carefully review admission requirements outlined in the Catalog. An applicant to the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy program in Counseling at Daybreak University is required to submit a completed application, application fee, and all official transcripts from institutions listed on the application.
Master of Arts in Counseling with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy Program Admissions
Applications for admission to the MA in Counseling with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy program must provide the following information:
Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy Program Admissions
Applications for admission to the Ph.D. in Counseling with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy program must provide the following information:
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