Developing greater self-awareness; appreciating and embracing diversity; and promoting ethical behavior, professionalism, and professional identity.
The CICFC and CFT are closed. If you are a current client, your therapist will reach out to you. If you have any questions or concerns, please call 702-895-3106. Since we are not an emergency clinic, please call 911 if you are experiencing an emergency.
The Couple and Family Therapy program supports the response of UNLV (including the School of Medicine and the Graduate College), NSHE, and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy condemning acts of violence against African Americans. We affirm our CFT Program's commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity.
Novel Coronavirus – COVID-19
The Couple and Family Program is following the direction and recommendations of both the University Nevada, Las Vegas and the Nevada System of Higher Educationas they both continue to monitor and respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic. For the latest information on the university’s response, please visit UNLV’s Novel Coronavirus Updates page.
For general information and the most recent updates involving the novel Coronavirus, please visit The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Page.
For updates from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy relating to COVID-19, please visit Coronavirus: AAMFT Status.
Any questions relating to the Coronavirus and its impact on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the Program in Couple and Family Therapy at UNLV is to provide quality training in the theory and practice of marriage and family therapy. We are committed to helping students become competent professionals through developing greater self-awareness, appreciating and embracing diversity, learning the art and science of clinical practice, and promoting a sense of ethical behavior,professionalism and personal identity.