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Oklahoma State University

The Center For Family Services

 

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The Center for Family Services (CFS) is the on-campus clinic for the marriage and family therapy program. The CFS includes an observation room and six therapy rooms including a conference room and a play therapy room. The clinic has state-of-the-art equipment for recording and viewing therapy sessions.

 

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"I was attracted to the clinic because of the observation room in which you can see all 5 therapy rooms. This was one part of the program that exceeded my expectations. I was able to watch therapy cases with a few people or with the whole room, so I was able to learn from others in that process."

Jenna Bolzenius, 2012 Graduate from Missouri

 

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“The team collaboration and observation during live therapy proved to be one of the many strengths of OSU’s MFT program. While many other schools lack an on-site clinical facility, OSU provides a unique opportunity to utilize colleagues and supervisors as mentors, offering new ideas and perspectives. Such hands-on experience has accelerated the development of my knowledge and skills.”

Heather Warfield, 2012 Graduate from Missouri

 

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“One thing I did not know how important it would be until I had graduated was the amount of live therapy I observed and live supervision I received. Students in some master’s programs have little to no experience observing sessions live. Before I saw my first client, I had easily observed at least 100 hours of live therapy.”

Jonathan Wilson, 2010 Graduate
Doctoral Student East Carolina University

 

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The CFS conference room is used for family therapy and group therapy session and also serves as a classroom for some of the marriage and family therapy courses.