AASECT Supervision

For therapists and counselors

Helping you develop your sex therapy skills and clinical practice.

Are you a licensed therapist working towards AASECT certification?

If so, I can help. I'm now accepting supervisees who are seeking a primary or secondary supervisor as they work towards certification as an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist (CST) or Counselor (CSC). 

Sex Therapy supervision

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AASECT Supervisor-in-training

about me

  • Licensed in the state or province where you practice.
  • Have access to sex therapy clients/patients for case consultation.
  • In addition to 150 hours of education in human sexuality and sex therapy techniques, applicants must complete 50 hours of supervision with a Certified Sex Therapy Supervisor or Supervisor-in-Training.
  • A minimum of 300 AASECT-supervised clinical hours treating patients with sexual health concerns.
  • Supervision can occur in a group format, but 25 hours must be individual (1:1) supervision.
  • Supervision must occur over a period of no less than 18 months.
  • You may have a primary and secondary supervisor. A minimum of 20 hours must be with a primary supervisor. 
  • Supervision can occur across state lines.
  • The primary supervisor is responsible for reviewing and signing-off on the supervisee's application.

requirements to work with me:

AASECT requirements at a glance:

At this time, I'm working towards certification as a Sex Therapy Supervisor (i.e., a supervisor-in-supervision). Click below to learn more about my credentials and clinical experience.

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what I can offer

Integrative Approach

I work from an integrative, systemic, bio-psycho-social framework. I support supervisees in treating sex therapy clients from their theoretical perspective, helping them to further develop their strengths as a therapist .

Expertise in Sexual Dysfunction

I have a special interest in treating sexual dysfunction with individuals and couples (e.g., desire concerns, sexual performance anxiety, pelvic pain, sexual problems associated with acute and chronic medical illness, etc.).

Mentorship in Private Practice

Graduate schools don't do a great job of teaching the business aspects of professional practice. In addition to support with therapy cases, I can provide new practitioners with guidance on how to build a viable private practice.

Request a  Consultation

I offer a free, 30-minute consultation so we can determine whether or not this is a good fit. Click below to complete a brief questionnaire, and I'll be in touch to schedule a time to chat. 

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