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Becoming a sex therapist

  • How to become a sex therapist (written by Shan & Claude)

HTHGS: How to become a sex therapist (written by Shan & Claude)

Dear Shannon & Claudette,
I'm at that random crucial point in your life where you have to decide what to do.  Or, rather, I should be.  At any rate, I was wondering how one becomes a sex therapist, and what kind of qualifications you must have.
-The Wonderer

Dear Wonderer,
What is the crucial point you are at?  If you would like to find out about getting a certification or licensure in Sex Therapy you can contact AASECT (the American
Association of Sex Educators and Therapists) at  or   Best of luck! The world needs more people who appreciate sexuality and who understand that is one of our greatest gifts and one of our most fundamental rights! Shan & Claude

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