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Students say 'I do' to a career in marriage and family therapy


Photo by Angel Jimenez | The State Press

March 14, 2019

Mary Doyle and Karissa Greving Mehall, co-directors of the MAS-MFT program in Arizona State University’s T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, were recently featured in a new article by The State Press about this life-changing program.

The advanced studies in marriage and family therapy master's degree is an accelerated applied program that provides expert training for students interested in a behavioral health career as clinicians that focus on marriage and family therapy. 

Read more about the program and hear from past graduates who have gone on to pursue rewarding and successful careers helping others.

Article source: The State Press

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