AASECT Sex Therapy Supervision
Why Sex Therapy Training?
A Six Figure Income?
AASECT Sex Therapist Requirements
Education: Masters or doctoral degree in a clinical discipline (e.g., marriage and family therapy, social work, counseling, psychology, psychiatry) that includes psychotherapy training.
Clinical Certification or Licensure: Must hold a state regulatory license in the state in which the applicant practices.
Human Sexuality Education, Core Knowledge: (90) clock hours of academic coursework in sexuality education.
Sex Therapy Training: Sixty (60) clock hours of training in how to effectively carry out (do) sex therapy with patients/clients whose diagnoses include the ‘Psychosexual Disorders’ described in the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistics Manual (DSM) of the American Psychiatric Association.
Sexual Attitudes Reassessment: Ten (10) clock hours of structured group experience consisting of a process-oriented exploration of the applicant’s own feelings, attitudes, values, and beliefs regarding human sexuality and sexual behavior [e.g., a Sexuality Attitude Reassessment (SAR)].
Clinical Experience: Three hundred (300) hours of AASECT supervised clinical treatment of patients/clients who present with sexual concerns.
Supervision: A minimum of fifty (50) hours of supervision with an AASECT Certified Supervisor of Sex Therapy.
Applicants must review AASECT’s website for the must up-to-date requirements for the credential.
Dr. Tom Murray
“Your success as a sexual health professional is my priority. I combine clinical supervision and business coaching so your reach optimizes your niche!”
~ Dr. Tom Murray
Increased Competence, Increased Effectiveness
- Increasing low libido and desire,
- Healing from infidelity,
- Soothing distressed couples,
- Managing infertility,
- Reconciling being single,
- Loving your sexual orientation,
- Improving sexual health,
- Overcoming orgasmic disorders,
- Relieving painful sex,
- Addressing erectile problems,
- Healing from sexual trauma,
- Creating a new normal after medical issues impact sexuality (e.g., cancer, medication side-effects),
- Rising above distressing sexual urges and fantasies,
- Defining changing roles and expectations (e.g., kink, polyamory),
and many other concerns that happy, successful clients did not think were “something I can get help with.”
Method and Fees
Face-to-Face or Virtual
My supervisees may meet with me via face-to-face or using the HIPAA compliant platform, VSEE.
1 hr consultation: $140.00
1 hr group supervision $75.00