In our sex therapy certificate program, you will further your training as clinician toward becoming a qualified and skilled sex therapist. You will excel through the use of valuable resources, such as highly-trained faculty, a time-tested curriculum, dedicated learning spaces, and eLearning capabilities. The program is cost effective, practical, and convenient—courses are offered in a blend of online and in-person weekend classes. Note: This program is only for those clinicians already trained in a mental health profession, who are eligible for licensure or already licensed. Medical providers, clergy, and other individuals trained in counseling may also be eligible for the program if they aim to seek certification by AASECT as a sex counselor. View the Loading
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The mission of the Sexual Health Certificate program is to provide comprehensive education and training to professionals about sexual health. The Certificate Program will address the learning needs of sexuality educators, sexuality counselors, and sex therapists. The Sexual Health Certificate Program believes that sexual health is an important part of every individual's general health. Individuals and couples may experience problems in their sexual health related to psychological, environmental, hormonal, medical or relational facets of sexual health. The goal is to provide excellence in the training of professionals in sexual health education, counseling, and therapy.
Welcome to the Florida Sex Therapy Institute website! In Florida, psychotherapists who wish to work as Sex Therapists must meet specific educational requirements as described in Florida Law. This Institute Fl. You need not be licensed to be eligible or this course. Save your place now!
See the full STC schedule! Many couples presenting for couple therapy may complain of sexual issues: discrepancies in desire, lack of attraction or sexual compatibility, arousal or orgasm problems, or challenges in the bedroom after having children etc. From the perspective of Emotionally Focused Therapy, such complaints are often part of an underlying lack of security and bond in the relationship caused by the negative cycle between partners. At times, as the partners de-escalate and become more secure, sexual issues remain unresolved.