Most marriage therapists have a master's degree. The most common areas of study are Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Counseling Psychology.

What degrees do marriage therapists have?

The most common degree held by marriage therapists is Psychology, held by 19% of marriage therapists. Other common degrees include Marriage and Family Therapy, and Counseling Psychology.

Get a detailed breakdown of marriage therapists and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that marriage therapists hold

Degrees % of marriage therapists
Psychology 19%
Marriage and Family Therapy 12%
Counseling Psychology 11%

What level of education do marriage therapists have?

Marriage Therapists often have similar levels of education. 100% of marriage therapists have a master's degree, with the second most common being no education at 0%.

Level of education that marriage therapists have

Education % of marriage therapists
No education 0%
High school diploma 0%
Certificate or associate degree 0%
Bachelor's degree 0%
Master's degree 100%
Doctorate 0%