The continuing education events displayed below cover the topic of couples and relationships. Register today to view an upcoming event or earn CE credits by viewing a homestudy course at any time.

The rate of divorce in the United States has been hovering around 40% to 50%, and even couples that don’t decide to part ways over irreconcilable differences may struggle to relate to one another or feel dissatisfied with their relationship over time. Continuing education is one way for marriage and family therapists to sharpen their skills and broaden the scope of their practice by exploring topics they aren’t as familiar with within the realm of couples and relationships.

For LMFTs and other mental health professionals who conduct relationship and couples counseling, a certain number of continuing education units that cover marriage and family therapy specifically may be mandatory for license renewal in some states. For more information about license renewal requirements, check your state’s licensing boards.

GoodTherapy makes it easy for mental health professionals such as MFTs to earn couples counseling CEUs online. Start by perusing our current selection of upcoming live and homestudy continuing education courses on couples and relationships, with areas of focus including neurodiverse couples counseling, culturally competent couples therapy, therapy for relationships post-pregnancy, and more.


Marriage and divorce. (n.d.). American Psychological Association. Retrieved from