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Based on 138 responses, the job of Marriage / Family Therapist has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.13 out of 5. On average, Marriage / Family Therapists are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Marriage / Family Therapist?

October 2013
Marriage / Family Therapist:
Pros: Dynamic, colleagues, flex time
Cons: High burn out, paperwork, boring
May 2014
"MFT Specific."
Marriage / Family Therapist:
Because Marriage and Family Therapists have a uniquely systemic perspective, it is important to make sure you are in supervision and consultation with someone who will nurture your skills and development. Also, don't be afraid to follow and stick with your passions. Collaborate with others and learn from them. Learn some basic skills related to care management... this will inform and support the effectiveness of your therapeutic care.
January 2019
"You pay for the sun."
Marriage / Family Therapist in San Diego:
Pros: Beautiful weather all the time
Cons: Low pay compared to cost of living
April 2019
"Great place to work and live."
Marriage / Family Therapist in Ewing:
Pros: Love the work and flexibility to do provide services to our clients
Cons: nothing
April 2020
Marriage / Family Therapist in Boston:
Pros: Provide support to students and their families as well as work collaboratively with other clinicians and teachers.
Cons: the system can be rigid.
July 2020
"Ethical organization that takes care of employees and community."
Marriage / Family Therapist in Olympia:
Pros: I like to work with people in my comunity
Cons: working after hours