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Scope of this course: Crisis Management – Practice Domain #5, AMFTRB national MFT exam preparation. The purpose of this course is to help you prepare for the Crisis Management section (Practice Domain Area 5 and all of its subdomains) of the AMFTRB (amftrb.org) national exam for licensing MFT’s in the US.The text of the course will provide background in family systems ideas about crisis and emergencies, and compare those to other ideas in mainstream psychology, both of which will be tested on your exam. In addition, prevalent models and approaches to common emergency and crisis situations will be reviewed.A bank of 25 MFT exam-style multiple choice vignette questions will also be provided. These questions all come with discussions, and will provide you with the reasoning about why one answer is considered correct, and why each of the others is consider not correct.
FSI’s Interactive Preparation Practice Exams provide yet another resource for preparing for the National MFT licensing exam. A 90 day subscription gives you unlimited access to these timed practice exams in 100, 180 and 200 question formats. Exams are randomly assembled from an 850 question bank based on weightings most likely found on the AMFTB National MFT Licensing Exam.
Latest AMFTRB News: As of January, 2020, the AMFTRB National Exam has shifted from a 200 Question Exam down to a 180 Question Exam with the same 4 hours to complete the exam. Family Solutions has added a new 180 Question Exam to give you the actual AMFTRB Exam experience you will have when you take the actual exam!
Using any smart phone, tablet or computer, exam candidates can work in privacy and at their own pace to develop specific test-taking skills along with detailed discussions of right and wrong answers.. These comprehensive practice exams available in this series include the Self-Scoring Simulated MFT Exam and a linked Glossary of MFT concepts and a Personalized Progress Report that highlights your strengths and weaknesses across the 74 AMFTRB Knowledge Domains, 6 Practice Domains, MFT Models and Types of Questions.
Once an exam is completed, a cumulative Personalized Progress Report is prepared with detailed graphing of your progress, pinpointing the MFT Models as well as the AMFTRB Knowledge and Practice Domains that need remediation while comparing your scores to fellow candidates. is presented to fine tune your study plan
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Recent trends in MFT trainings and conferences point to a rapid growth of interest in outcome research and its application in clinical practice. There is good reason to expect that basic skills in reading and interpreting research, plus an overview knowledge of the current evidence for the effectiveness of MFT, will become increasingly important on your exam.
This course provides you with a summary of the current state of knowledge in MFT outcome research together with a refresher on the basic skills in reading and evaluating research.
The course also provides 25 exam-style questions on this topic. All questions include in-depth discussion of why one answer is considered correct, and the others incorrect. Take the quiz as many times as you like. Make sure you understand the reasoning behind every question.