Here, you bridge healthy family relationships.

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Healthy relationships are often seen as the cornerstone of individual well-being. Governors State’s Post-Master’s Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling Certificate specializes in training practitioners to be couple and family therapy therapists. This program emphasizes a holistic, wellness-based model of therapy, working toward a goal-oriented result.

Through this program, you will assess and address marriage and family-related issues, including, but not limited to, communication issues, parent-child relationships, family system dynamics, and couple's issues.

Reach your career goals.

As a licensed counselor, you are committed to making a difference in the lives of individuals. Advance your skills in creating strong and healthy relationships among couples and families with this post-master’s certificate.

Why get a Certificate in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling?

Data collected in 2017 reflected the national median salary for Marriage, Couple, and Family counselors to be $54,090 with an average range of $38,320 – $63,810 (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Illinois’s median salary for Marriage, Couple, and Family counselors is $52,910.

 Delivery Format

Governors State’s 18-credit hour certificate in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling is offered fully on-campus.