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MFT Exam Prep
MFT Exam Preparation
MFT California Clinical Exam
Comprehensive and a la carte exam prep options for the MFT CCE Exam.
MFT California Law and Ethics Exam
Comprehensive and a la carte exam prep options for the BBS California MFT Law & Ethics Exam.
National MFT Exam
A la carte exam prep options for the National MFT Exam.
Licensure Exam Prep for LMFT Candidates
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What is the Law and Ethics Exam?
The California Law and Ethics Exam is a 90-minute, 75 question test that was created to ensure that unlicensed Marriage and Family Therapists understand the specific laws and ethics that govern clinical practice. Only 50 of the 75 questions are scored; the remaining 25 questions are pre-test items included to measure their effectiveness for use on future exams. Passing the Law and Ethics Exam is required in order to obtain your license as an LMFT in the state of California. The exam is administered by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).
What is the MFT California Clinical Exam?
The Clinical Exam includes 170 multiple-choice questions, of which 20 are not scored, and is delivered over 4 hours. It tests your knowledge of how to handle specific scenarios within the Marriage and Family Therapy field. The exam is administered by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).
What is the National MFT Exam?
The National Exam consists of objective multiple-choice questions covering knowledge essential to the professional practice of marital and family therapy. Each form of the examination contains 180 items and all items are counted in computing the candidate’s score. Candidates are allowed four hours to complete the examination. The exam is administered by the Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards (AMFTRB).
Frequently Asked Questions
The National MFT Exam is a standardized exam, designed to assess the knowledge and competency of applicants seeking licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy. The exam consists of 180 questions and candidates are allowed 4 hours. The exam categorizes questions using the following six content areas.Learn More
Are you thinking of becoming a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist? Most states and jurisdictions require that you pass the AMFTRB National MFT Exam in order to earn your license.Learn More
In order to become a Marriage and Family Therapist in California, you will need to complete the following steps ...Learn More
The truth is, there are no shortcuts or secrets when it comes to passing the MFT CA Clinical Exam. It takes dedication and hard work in order to succeed on this exam. The MFT CA Clinical Exam tests your ability to apply knowledge and principles to realistic, clinical scenarios. The exam is divided into the following content areas ...Learn More
The CAMFT Code of Ethics is a set of standards that guides the conduct and ethical behavior of Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs). The code of ethics helps to ensure that MFTs act in the best interests of their clients at all times.Learn More
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook (2020), the median annual salary for Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) is $51,340. Salaries may vary, based on location, specialization, and experience.Learn More