FSI is committed to achieving the best possible understanding of the exam and of the expectations the AMFTRB has of examinees. To do this, FSI attends all public AMFTRB meetings, follows closely all of it’s publications and does original research into examinees’ preparation experiences. This information translates directly into well-focused and efficient preparation materials for our students. The test has once again changed and is now offered on . Exam Candidates who have purchased our new 2015 Edition of the Study Guide, Home Study Program or Intensive Track can stay current with the newly added 74 Knowledge Domains through FSI’s eStudy Program. You may want consider our bundled Home Study Program or Intensive Track for significant savings.
FSI now offers our new , 600+ page (approximate) 6th Edition of our Study Guide, two-day Intensive Preparation Workshops in many locations around the country, and our new Family Solutions eStudy component where you can subscribe to our resources from an Internet connection. We also offer numerous other resources including an MFT model audio review, simulated practice exams, MFT model outlines, flash cards, and glossaries. FSI faculty are also available for personalized coaching as your ready yourself to take the exam.
Our eStudy Program is every expanding with our new Virtual Workshop adding 11 hours of didactic teaching which allows you to attend one of our nationally recognized workshops from the comfort of your laptop or tablet. Digital versions of all our hard copy study materials and practice exams are all accessible with 90 day, unlimited access subscriptions.
Unique to FSI is our Personalized Exam Readiness Reports that highlight your specific strengths and weaknesses across all the MFT models, the 74 Knowledge Domains, 6 Practice Domains and types of questions. These reports compare you both against your previous practice exam attempts as well against others taking the same practice exam on our eStudy Program. This feedback allows you to go into FSI’s eStudy Workbook and focus specifically on content that you are having difficulty with while accessing questions in a learning rather than testing mode that gives you immediate feedback.