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Find Work-Life Balance While Studying for the MFT Exam
Drive, excellence, information and activity are necessary for MFT success and productivity. But these four components can actually steal productivity and throw off our work-life balance. How do you achieve a successful balance of studying for the MFT exam and your personal life? There is no clean-cut answer to solving a life imbalance but we can begin to solve it by noticing what is being stolen.

Alarming First-Time Pass Rates on California MFT Exam
An unusually low first-time pass rates on California’s MFT Clinical Exam has launched widespread controversy in the MFT world. For those Californians preparing to take this exam, these figures highlight the need for proper preparation materials and study skills. Learn more in the article below.

Practice These 8 Bedrocks of Self-Care Before You Get MFT Certified
Positively impact your success as an MFT before you become licensed by following the eight bedrocks of self-care.

3 Tips for MFT Exam Prep Success
MFT exam prep can often accompanied by anxiety and a desire to just give up. It’s important to remember that while successful MFT exam prep is crucial, there are ways to approach studying that don’t invite such pressure.

Being the MFT that Couples and Families are Looking For
When it comes to gaining client trust in the Marriage and Family Therapy field, credibility begins with the question: what are couples and families looking for?

Keep Your New Year’s Resolution and Get Your MFT Certification
Think back on last year’s resolutions. Did you keep them? Chances are, some resolutions may not have been met, given that New Years’ resolutions are notorious for having a high failure rate. But this year, if MFT certification is one thing you are resolving to accomplish, it’s likely this is one resolution you cannot afford to break.