The mission of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Purdue University Northwest is to prepare students to provide ethical, research-informed, culturally competent relational mental health services to a diverse range of clients. The program trains students to accomplish this mission by embracing a scholar/practitioner model of systemic family therapy training that is informed by the land grant mission of learning, discovery, and engagement.
Application Deadline: January 7th, 2019
Interview Date: February 18th and 19th, 2019
Thoughts from First Year Students:
“Attending PNW was one of the easiest choices I’ve ever had to make. Coming in, I wasn’t sure that it would be the place for me, but after meeting with the faculty and students of the program, I was sold. I knew that this was going to be the program that would make me the best therapist possible. Working with such a large diversity of clients was extremely appealing to me as well. Life at PNW so far has been even better than I anticipated. The classes are challenging, but I find myself engaged in every discussion. I connect on so many levels with everyone in my cohort. They are all truly amazing people and I can’t wait to watch us all grow in this program together.” – Lexie Unhjem
– Crystal Niemeyer
– Gabriella Boeger