CFR was one of the first training centers for marriage and family therapy in the country. We currently offer a master’s degree and post graduate certificate programs as well as continuing education and workshops.
All Post Graduate Classes are offered as a Hybrid (virtually or in person option)
Master’s Degree in Couple and Family Therapy
The Couple and Family Therapy Master’s degree program is a unique collaboration between CFR and Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Health Professions. Students specialize in family therapy or sex therapy.
Post Graduate Certificate Program in Marriage and Family Therapy
CFR’s program is one of the nation’s premier training programs for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist and is accredited by COAMFTE. Students specialize in clinical or clergy tracks.
Post Graduate Certificate Program in Sex Therapy
Clinical, supervisory, and educational components for sex therapy certification are offered in one program. The curriculum is designed for post graduate clinicians who want to expand their clinical repertoire in sexuality.
Clergy Training Opportunities
CFR offers a wide range of educational offerings for clergy, including the Clergy Track of the Post Graduate Certificate Program in Marriage and Family Therapy, the Congregational and Family Systems Academy Certificate Program, and Workshops for Clergy.
For mental health professionals preparing for licensure, CFR offers supervision for marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and social workers needing licensed supervisors. We also offer supervision for sex therapists seeking AASECT certification.
CFR offers classes throughout the year for mental health professionals including psychologists, counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, clergy, and more. We are approved by APA and AASECT to sponsor continuing education.
CFR offers five and 10-week courses every academic year as part of our Post Graduate Certificate Program in Marriage and Family Therapy. Non-matriculating students are welcome to enroll and are awarded 15 or 30 CEs per course, contingent upon 100% class attendance.