This program has been designed by experts across several disciplines, including but not limited to: Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Anthropology, Arts & Humanities, Forensics, and Law.
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Cost-comparable to similar programs
One-on-one guided mentoring
Open to professionals in all fields
Rooted in the 8 dimensions of positive sexuality
Meets your learning style needs
Immersive/Experiential: Online, in-person, and interactive
Sex-positive professional identification in your business and community
We believe that positive sexuality is applicable across all levels of society and can easily be integrated into all professions, especially those that already have an existing code of ethics based on humanity, strengths and well-being, communication, and acting in the best interests of one’s clients. This program is designed to build on your existing knowledge and expertise to enhance your practice, increase your awareness and sensitivity to clients’ needs, and allow for personal growth within your chosen profession.
If you have an existing human sexuality knowledge base, then you can easily move through the online sections that include refreshers on this information, and get on with the discussion and application of the positive sexuality framework. If, however, any of the more introductory information is unfamiliar to you, take your time to learn something new before moving on to the more challenging portions in the course.
This certification training is self-paced, but should take approximately 4-6 months (~150 hours) for full-time working professionals to complete, depending on how much reading and other assignments you choose to do at a time. This equates to completing approximately 1-2 modules per month. This also depends on the workshops, conferences, and other events you may attend in connection with the Certification Program. Some reading and assignments are required, and others are offered as “extras” for those of you who would like to go further in any particular area.