Marriage therapist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Marriage therapist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $59,190
Alabama $38,910
Arkansas $49,340
Arizona $46,330
California $48,080
Colorado $65,120
Connecticut $53,030
District of Columbia $47,740
Delaware $51,830
Florida $42,340
Georgia $68,360
Hawaii $75,040
Iowa $49,410
Idaho $53,370
Illinois $40,090
Indiana $47,110
Kansas $44,140
Kentucky $39,120
Louisiana $35,720
Massachusetts $52,580
Maryland $49,020
Maine $86,060
Michigan $37,420
Minnesota $52,200
Missouri $45,850
Mississippi $36,750
Montana $44,450
North Carolina $48,640
North Dakota $45,530
Nebraska $43,370
New Hampshire $40,750
New Jersey $72,450
New Mexico $50,230
Nevada $54,430
New York $51,440
Ohio $46,610
Oklahoma $48,950
Oregon $51,640
Pennsylvania $58,400
South Carolina $32,110
South Dakota $38,700
Tennessee $36,500
Texas $43,770
Utah $60,360
Virginia $49,570
Washington $46,650
Wisconsin $48,360
West Virginia $41,040
Wyoming $60,200

How do marriage therapist salaries compare to similar careers?

Marriage therapists earn 8% less than similar careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than school counselors but more than family social workers.

Career Median Salary
School counselor salary $53K
Genetic counselor salary $35K
Credit counselor salary $44K
Rehabilitation counselor salary $43K
Clergy salary $38K
Marriage therapist salary $39K
Substance abuse social worker salary $34K
Family social worker salary $36K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)