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What is good experience (research, clinical) to get for LMFT?

Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by PizzaButt, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. PizzaButt

    PizzaButt New Member

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    I'm 30, married, non-traditional applicant who is coming from a law background.

    I'm very interested in applying to marriage and family therapy master's programs, and I'm wondering what kind of research or clinical experience these programs will be looking for. I doubt any LMFT would let me sit in on sessions with their clients, though I have done a number of informational interviews with them. Anyone have any insights into this?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. smilie2131

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    You can get good clinical experience at crisis lines or rape crisis centers. In my experience you need at least 100 hours of clincal experience before applying--however this requirement may be program specific. Also, you should get experience in which you are trained and doing some "counseling".

    hope this helps!
     

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