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Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Studying for MFT licensing exams
If you are soon to be taking your state's marriage and family therapist (MFT) licensing exams, congratulations! Here are five tips on how to study and prepare. Licensing exams are a major milestone in the professional development of a marriage and family therapist (MFT). While there are differences from state to state, every state except California uses the National MFT Exam, and most states require that exams be taken at the completion of at least two years of full-time, post-masters experience in supervised practice. (California uses exclusively its own exams.) As you approach completion of the supervised experience necessary to take the exams, how can you best prepare? Here are five things that can help:This post has moved to our new home at www.psychotherapynotes.com. To go directly to this post on our new site, click here: http://www.psychotherapynotes.com/uncategorized/studying-for-mft-licensing-exams/