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       PhD in Medical Family Therapy -- Director's Welcome

Director's Welcome About Our Program What is MedFT Admission Requirements Course Info Faculty Bios Alumni & Student Spotlight Military Family Therapy Modules

As program director, I would like to welcome you to the homepage for East Carolina University’s Medical Family Therapy Program.  Our program is designed to promote the field of Medical Family Therapy by training emerging leaders in theory, research, and policy in MedFT.  Our doctoral students conduct research, teach, and supervise from a relational and systemic perspective through the incorporation of a biopsychosocial-spiritual approach. Our aim is to widen the knowledge base in healthcare to include biomedical, psychosocial, and family data in the collaborative education, treatment, research, and theoretical understanding of medical and mental health issues.

Please use the links above to find out more information about Medical Family Therapy in general or information about our program specifically.  Thank you for visiting us, and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

Angela Lamson, PhD, LMFT
Program Director

 
Student Achievement Data
Advertised Program Length [3 YEARS]
Maximum Time to Complete Program [ 5  YEARS]


  Year Students Entered Program Graduation Rate (%) National Exam Pass Rate (%) Licensure Rate (%)*  
  2010-2011 100% 100% 100%  
  2011-2012 100% 100% 0%  
  2012-2013 0% 100% 0%  
  2013-2014 0% 100% 0%  
 

* Note: Students are able to take the NC licensure exam prior to completing all required clinical hours. Thus, no student in the program is currently licensed. However, all who have taken the national exam have passed the exam.

Current Enrollment

Our student body reflects and honors cultural awareness, sensitivity, and make up through racial, ethnic, age, ability, sexual identity, gender, and religious differences.

2 Male
8 Female

10 Full-Time
7 White
1 Hispanic
1 Native American
1 Asian American

As of May 2014-61% of our alumni are faculty in COAMFTE MFT programs or faculty at Medical Schools, 25% are employed in leadership or research positions within medical contexts, and 14% are in leadership positions within unique behavioral health contexts.

   
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