International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health

University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program

The University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program (UMSHCP) provides comprehensive education and training to professionals interested in the field of sexual health in three tracks. Participants will gain assessment, intervention, and consultation skills; will learn strategies to apply these skills in the workplace; and will link with a peer learning community to practice new skills and discuss applied learning.

Sexuality Education (for educators) Sexuality Counseling (for health professionals) and Sex Therapy (for mental health professionals)
Location: Sexuality Counselor /Sex Therapist: 4 campus based courses at University of Michigan Campus, Ann Arbor MI and 5 weekends offered in live distance learning.
Sexuality Educators: 4 campus based courses at University of Michigan Campus and 5 weekends offered in live distance learning. Blended track of both Educator and Therapist/Counselor: 5 campus based weekends at University of Michigan and 5 weekends offered in live distance learning.
Presenters : AASECT Certified Sex Therapists, Sexuality Counselors & Sexuality Educators

The three tracks of the program (counselor, therapist and educator) include six courses (90 hours) in sexuality education for all, a specialized values training called the Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR—15 hours) for all, and additional hours of training specific to sexuality educator (30 hours), sexuality counselor and sex therapist (60 hours).
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