Studying for the MFT licensure exam can be a daunting task. The key to success is to start early, plan your study time, and use expert, high-quality practice materials.Learn More
National MFT Exam Prep
California MFT Clinical Exam Preparation
National MFT Exam Testbank
Receive six (6) months of access to our online National MFT Exam Testbanks with these multi-exam bundles. You get three (3) tries at each of your full exams. In addition, the five-pack and ten-pack bundles include three (3) randomized 25-question quizzes on all content areas, giving you seven (7) tries at each of them.
National MFT Textbook
A comprehensive study text of over 600 pages in two volumes for preparing for the National MFT Exam. This study guide covers the Tasks and Knowledge statements contained in the National MFT Examination Candidate Handbook.
DSM-5 Video Course
With this video course, you will obtain an online education on DSM-5. The course consists of eighteen (18) segments with each segment followed by a focus quiz to demonstrate your understanding.
DSM-5 in a Flash
113 flashcards to enhance your knowledge of the DSM-5. Includes numeric and alphabetical tables of contents for easy cross-reference of diagnoses. The front of the card displays the specific name of the diagnosis, and the back of the card lists diagnostic criteria, specifiers and differential diagnoses.
Practice Makes Perfect
Receive six (6) months of access to our online National MFT Exam Testbanks with these multi-exam bundles.
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
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