One of my passions is creating and presenting workshops and educational programs for mental health and allied health and wellness professionals. My back ground includes positions as Director of Workshops and Training at Masters & Johnson Institute in St. Louis and 15 years as an Adjunct Professor at the Washington University in St. Louis, Brown School. I have been a speaker, training consultant and workshop presenter at numerous national and international conferences.
I am certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) as a Supervisor for those wishing to be certified as Sex Therapists, Sexuality Counselors or Supervisors. I am also certified to provide Continuing Education for AASECT.
Whether your interest is in specialized sexuality training for your staff, training or consultation for your own skill development, or certification, please visit www.CSHTC.org for more information about the possibilities!
It has been my experience that when providers are looking for qualified professionals, or when potential clients are seeking help with the most intimate part of themselves and their relationships, they want the security that their provider has the training and professionalism to address their needs. AASECT certification provides the training and experience that promotes their confidence in you, as well as confidence in yourself.
As an AASECT certified supervisor for Sexuality Counseling and Sex Therapy, I can provide individual and/or group supervision for those interested in expanding their skills or becoming an AASECT Certified. Recent changes in AASECT policy have expanded student options and now supervision toward certification is also permitted virtually!
As an AASECT Certified CE provider, I also offer CEs in many of the Core Knowledge and skill areas required for certification.
If you think you might be interested in becoming certified, please review the requirements for AASECT Sex Therapist Certification and Sexuality Counselor Certification. Then go to the Center for Sexuality Training and Certification at www.cshtc.org.
AASECT requirements sometimes seem daunting and I hope you won't get overwhelmed! While the requirements are extensive, many of you have probably completed coursework and attended related workshops and seminars which count toward certification.
After reading the requirements for AASECT Certification, and deciding this is the right time to continue your exploration, please contact me to arrange more discussion.
When we meet to consult, i will review your resume, coursework and related workshops and go through the requirements with you on an individual basis so you can see where you are, and together we can chart your course. We can get there together!