Dr. Robert Burns
Phone: (914) 633-2514
These Student Learning Outcomes support the Mission Statement of the department, as they require students to:
These Student Learning Outcomes are derived from the AAMFT Core Competencies, the AMFTRB Guidelines, and the Professional Marriage and Family Therapy Standards and Educational Guidelines of the COAMFTE.
The Competency Practice Behaviors within each of the above primary domains are further focused on the types of skills or knowledge that MFT's must develop. These skills are: a) Conceptual, b) Perceptual, c) Executive, d) Evaluative, and e) Professional.
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