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AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program - The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Research & Education Foundation hosts the Minority Fellowship Program yearly to provide stipends from $6,600 to $36,000 as well as lifetime mentoring to master’s and doctoral students of color.
Behavioral Health Academic Scholarships - The American Addiction Centers (AAC) offers three Behavioral Health Academic Scholarships for $2,500 and $5,000 to full-time or part-time undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing careers in the mental health arena. Accepted majors include counseling, marriage and family therapy, social work, psychology, addiction studies, and nursing.
Clinton E. Phillips Scholarship Fund - The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) created the Clinton E. Phillips Scholarship Fund to gift $4,000 yearly in honor of a therapy pioneer who led the American Institute of Family Relations.
Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship - Valued at $2,500, the Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship is bestowed yearly by the American Counseling Association (ACA) Foundation to recognize graduate students majoring in clinical mental health, school, or marriage and family counseling for counselor education.
Creekmore and Adele Faith Scholarship - At Texas A&M University-San Antonio, the Creekmore and Adele Faith Scholarship covers the tuition of five courses for legal Texas residents pursuing the Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy program with the Military Emphasis.
Eugene R. Bonynge Memorial Scholarship - The Woodland Center sponsors the Eugene R. Bonynge Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 to financially support graduate students from west-central Minnesota who are studying behavioral sciences, including marriage and family therapy.
Future Counselors of America Scholarship - Marriage and family majors would be ideal candidates for the $1,000 Future Counselors of America Scholarship, which is gifted by the website DatingAdvice.com yearly. It’s designed for United States bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater who plan to practice relationship counseling.
Gallagher Health Careers Scholarship - $7,500 prize. Qualified candidates must be college seniors entering their final two semesters, attend accredited U.S. colleges on-campus with a 3.0 GPA or higher, and work towards a bachelor’s degree in healthcare fields.
Heartland Counseling Center Scholarship - Each Summer, the Heartland Counseling Center (HCC) confers a $1,000 scholarship to master’s-level students who are attending Missouri universities full-time for CACREP-accredited education in mental health, marriage and family, or community counseling.
Jewell L. Taylor Graduate Fellowship - The American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences awards the Jewell L. Taylor Graduate Fellowship for $5,000 to fund full-time, graduate-level study in family and consumer sciences or closely related fields, such as marriage and family therapy.
Josie Torralba Romero Scholarship - Named after the National Latino Behavioral Health Association’s (NLBHA) first President, the Josie Torralba Romero Scholarship provides $1,000 for Hispanic students from New Mexico who are studying behavioral science majors like psychology, substance abuse, or marriage and family therapy.
Lindsey Hoskins & Associates Scholarship - $500 scholarship yearly to inspire the next generation of mental health practitioners. Eligible U.S. bachelor’s or master’s students must be enrolled full-time in marriage and family therapy, counseling, art therapy, pastoral counseling, clinical social work, or related majors.
Master’s Counseling Success Scholarship - At Capella University, the Master’s Counseling Success Scholarship grants $4,000 per year for incoming graduate students choosing an eligible counseling major, including the COAMFTE-accredited M.S. in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy.
NBCC Foundation Rural Scholarship - The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation offers nine potential scholarships for marriage & family therapy, including the $8,000 Rural Scholarship. This merit-based program selects graduate students who are pursuing CACREP-accredited master’s degrees, live in rural communities identified by the HRSA, committed to earning board certification, and building careers with under-served rural populations.
Paul L. Walker Merit Scholarships - As one of the few MFT full tuition scholarships, the Paul L. Walker Merit Scholarships are awarded to six incoming students at Richmont Graduate University who are earning the Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Ryo and Jean Komae Scholarship - Graduate applicants earning a COAMFTE-accredited marriage and family therapy degree in Los Angeles, Orange, or San Bernardino counties could quality.
Sandra Koscielniak Graduate Scholarship - Awards $1,000 from the Association of Illinois Township Committees on Youth (AITCOY) each year to financially help master’s students studying social work, psychology, counseling, family therapy, or recreation in the “Land of Lincoln.”
Stella Harper McNeil Scholarship - The College of Education and Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi offers the Stella Harper McNeil Scholarship for $500 to $1,500 annually to full-time female undergrad or graduate students.
Sweeney LeBlanc Scholarship Fund - $1,000 yearly to students pursuing the Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health (CRMH) or Marriage, Family & Child (MFT) Counseling. Suitable applicants must enroll for 7+ units per semester, sustain a minimum 3.0 GPA, have verifiable counseling/human services experience, and be dedicated to serving African American communities.