MFT@Northwestern faculty are a diverse, experienced group of educators, highly regarded scholars, and seasoned relational therapists. All faculty members are well versed in Integrative Systemic Therapy, developed at Northwestern and serving as the framework for learning systemic family therapy. Faculty also specialize in other systemic theories, approaches, and clinical issues crucial to diverse populations and communities. In addition, many members of the core faculty are avid presenters at professional conferences across the globe.
You will learn directly from professors who are not only active practitioners but also leaders within key organizations, such as the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and other national, international, and state-level professional organizations. Additionally, MFT@Northwestern faculty have been editors and contributors to influential publications and top journals in the field of systemic family therapy and psychology.
This breadth of knowledge, experience, and dedication allows MFT@Northwestern’s stellar faculty to prepare well-rounded marriage and family therapists who work effectively with diverse clients.