- What does it take to become certified as a sexologist?
- How does my current knowledge and experience help with this certification?
- What opportunities are available for certified sexologists?
Expanding and extending your knowledge and skills in the realm of sexology can enhance your current practice, whether you are a clinician or somatic practitioner. Preparing yourself for supporting individuals and clients from diverse backgrounds, levels of experience, and populations can be highly beneficial.
During this webinar, join Dr. Kaye and Dr. Britton as we learn more about the critical role a sexologist plays in the lives of individuals, and how to pursue certification.
About Dr. Britton
Dr. Patti Britton has been a leader in the field of sexology with an emphasis on sexual enhancement for over 35 years. In the span of over 3 decades, she has gained invaluable experience working with many types of situations; from people of all ages and demographics suffering from a range of sexual or relationship concerns to real sexual dysfunctions or breakdowns…or just plain stuck at the “sexless” or “no touch” stage. She has been a professor and trainer for 35+ years, a sex educator, a counselor, and a pioneer in the new growing field known as Sex Coaching. In 2005, she authored the very first book on sex coaching, The Art of Sex Coaching: Expanding Your Practice, that serves as the foundation for her own global online training institute at SexCoachU.com. She has been blessed to impact the lives of thousands of individuals and couples through several group-level sexual enrichment programs, as well as numerous media appearances on national TV, magazines, and sex education conferences.