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Why be a Certified Sex Therapist?

Certification in any area will enhance your clinical practice and help you find your marketing niche.

Sex Therapy Training Institute Website

STTI Certification serves the purpose of:

  • Protecting the public.
  • Assuring consumers that practitioners have met standards of practice.
  • Meeting the requirements of professional boards and other certifying bodies.
  • Advancing the profession.
  • Enhancing a professional’s practice and developing a marketing niche.
  • Demonstrating an individual’s commitment to their profession.

As a Certified Sex Therapist, you will offer

  • an extra level of perceived trust. Sexual problems often carry a layer of shame beyond general mental health issues and potential clients want a therapist with whom they can share their secrets without fear of judgment.
  • a specialized knowledge of a variety of issues related to sexuality. Certified Sex Therapists deal with concerns related to 
  1.  sexual abuse,
  2.  orientation,
  3.  gender identity,
  4.  sexual dysfunction,
  5.  alternative lifestyles,
  6.  aging,
  7.  disabilities,
  8.  sexual compulsion and addiction,
  9.  general relationship difficulties.

As a Certified Sex Therapist, you will receive

  • higher fees
  • recognition among your peers and clients of your expert status
  • enthusiasm and satisfaction from working with a diverse clientele
  • the ability to work in restricted fields, such as sex education or in sex offender treatment

Certification through STTI will allow you to

  • market yourself on all STTI-affiliated websites
  • network with other highly trained and experienced clinicians
  • participate in continuing education classes and workshops at discounted rates
 

Why take the STTI program if I am not going to be certified as a sex therapist? 

Some of the following individuals take the program: 

  • educators who want to include human sexuality in their programs
  • business entrepreneurs who want to include sex education in their provision of goods and services
  • coaches who want to help encompass sex coaching in their practices
  • healthcare providers who want to enhance their knowledge of sexual behavior

Individuals from many fields take the STTI training in order to enhance the work they do.

Physicians

Nurses

Professors 

Therapeutic sex-aid consultants

Christian counselors

Addiction counselors

Physical therapists

Writers

Actors

Some individuals simply want a better understanding of human sexuality and all that encompasses.

 

Continuing Education provided by Dr. Carol L. Clark.

Florida Department of Health, Medical Quality Assurance Provider #50-550/BAP585.

Florida Board of Nursing, expires 10/15

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling, expires 3/15

Florida Board of Psychology, expires 5/14

Florida Certification Board #5094-A

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) #11-112B

 

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TherapyCertificationTraining.org is for clinical professionals who want to take their careers to the next level!

 

Certification serves the purpose of:

♦ Protecting the public.

♦ Assuring consumers that practitioners have met standards of practice.

♦ Meeting the requirements of professional boards and other certifying bodies.

♦ Advancing the profession.

♦ Enhancing a professional’s practice and developing a marketing niche.

♦ Demonstrating an individual’s commitment to their profession.

TCT provides the credentials to healthcare professionals according to high standards of academic instruction, supervised training and consultation, and applied skills in field settings.

TCT offers education and supervision in six categories of certification:

Requirements for each certification include education in specific core areas and supervised work experience.

Certification is granted by the specific Board of Directors for each category:

Sex Therapy Certification Board

Florida Certification Board

International Transgender Certification Board

 

 

Continuing Education provided by Dr. Carol L. Clark.

Florida Department of Health, Medical Quality Assurance Provider #50-550/BAP585.

Florida Board of Nursing, expires 10/15

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling, expires 3/15

Florida Board of Psychology, expires 5/14

Florida Certification Board #5094-A

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) #11-112B

 

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Why be a Certified Addiction Professional (CAP)?

Certification in any area will enhance your clinical practice and help you find your marketing niche.

Certification serves the purpose of:

  • Protecting the public.
  • Assuring consumers that practitioners have met standards of practice.
  • Meeting the requirements of professional boards and other certifying bodies.
  • Advancing the profession.
  • Enhancing a professional’s practice and developing a marketing niche.
  • Demonstrating an individual’s commitment to their profession.

The Addictions Therapy Training Institute (ATTI) will provide you with the training you will need to apply to the Florida Certification Board for the CAP credential.

As a Certified Addiction Professional, you will offer

  • an extra level of perceived trust. Addiction problems often carry a layer of shame beyond general mental health issues and potential clients want a therapist with whom they can share their secrets without fear of judgment.
  • a specialized knowledge of a variety of issues related to addiction. Certified Addiction Professionals deal with concerns related to
  1. odrug and alcohol abuse/dependence
  2. osexual abuse,
  3. ofamily and social relationships
  4. osexual orientation and gender identity,
  5. oco-dependence,
  6. oalternative lifestyles,
  7. oaging and disabilities,
  8. osexual compulsion and addiction,
  9. oeating disorders
  10. ogeneral relationship difficulties.

As a Certified Addiction Professional, you will receive

  • higher fees.
  • recognition among your peers and clients of your expert status.
  • enthusiasm and satisfaction from working with a diverse clientele.
  • the ability to work in restricted fields, such as DUI education or in Probation and Parole contracted treatment programs.

Certification following the ATTI program will allow you to

  • market yourself on all ATTI-affiliated websites
  • network with other highly trained and experienced clinicians
  • participate in continuing education classes and workshops at discounted rates

 

Continuing Education provided by Dr. Carol L. Clark.

Florida Department of Health, Medical Quality Assurance Provider #50-550/BAP585.

Florida Board of Nursing, expires 10/15

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling, expires 3/15

Florida Board of Psychology, expires 5/14

Florida Certification Board #5094-A

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) #11-112B

 

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