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Certificate in Counseling the Spanish-Speaking Client
¡Enlaces! is a certificate program that is embedded into the Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) specialization. Interested applicants should be fluent in Spanish and be able to take courses taught in Spanish to be eligible to enroll in ¡Enlaces! certificate program. Courses designated as ¡Enlaces! are taught in Spanish as an opportunity for students to apply and practice professional psychological terminology and learn about specific cultural factors involved in counseling Spanish-speaking clients. Coursework familiarizes the student with the diversity of cultures in the Spanish-speaking community, the unique issues that these cultures bring to the Spanish-language psychological literature, and includes a clinical placement working with the Spanish-speaking client.
Interested applicants are interviewed and admitted to ¡Enlaces! during the admission process to the MFT program. This includes an interview with the ¡Enlaces! Program Coordinator to get approval for this emphasis.
¡Enlaces! Daytime Program
- This is a 2-year MFT program with the ¡Enlaces! emphasis.
- Download Fall Admit 2-year program (60 units).
¡Enlaces! Evening Program
- MFT Program with the ¡Enlaces!
- Download Fall Admit 3-year program (60 units)
For more information on ¡Enlaces!, please feel free to contact:
¡Enlaces! Program Coordinator, Faculty
The Marriage & Family Therapist (MFT) and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) programs meet the standards and have been approved by the California Board of Behavioral Science, leading to an MFT or LPCC counselor license in California. Students who wish to practice in a state other than California may or may not have additional requirements to complete prior to applying for licensure. Mount Saint Mary’s University is in the process of researching professional licensure requirements in other states. Contact the Psychology department at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss additional requirements that may be needed to obtain an MFT or LPCC license in a state outside of California.