Modern Sex Therapy Institutes is proud to offer one of the first LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapy Certification Program in the industry!
This 50-hour certification program comes with 10 hours of case consultation with one of our experts. Licensed clinicians can receive continuing education credits. Attend one course or the full program! The courses are all available fully online using our state of the art learning platform making participation convenient for you. For a full list of courses offered see below.
Our New Program:
As a therapist, do you worry that you don’t know enough about working with your LGBTQIA clients? Many therapists express concern about being up-to-date with the latest terminology to avoid offending their clients with outdated terms. Most LGBTQIA clients report leaving their therapist due to experiencing a lack of sexual knowledge and training when they want to have sexual health conversations. LGBTQIA youth are in constant transition and coming out younger and younger. Sexual fluidity is something being explored in both youth and adulthood. How do you work with these issues?
This 50-hour certification program comes with 10 hours of case consultation with one of our experts. Licensed clinicians can receive continuing education credits. Attend one course or the full program! The courses are all available fully online using our state of the art learning platform making participation convenient for you.
|Introduction to LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapy||Joe Kort, Ph.D.||1|
|Bisexuality||David Ley, Ph.D.||2|
|Sensory awareness with mindfulness and hypnosis in gay men||Rick Miller, LICSW||2|
|Richard Sprott, Ph.D.||2|
|The Trauma of Growing up LGBTQ and Internalized Homophobia||Joe Kort, Ph.D.||1|
|Mixed Orientation Relationships||Joe Kort, Ph.D.||2|
|Sexual Fluidity: Research findings and implications for affirmative therapy||Lisa Diamond, Ph.D.||2|
|Working with Female Same Sex Couples||Deb Azorsky, M.A.||4|
|Working with transgender and gender nonconforming clients||Lucie Fielding||4|
|Substance Use in the LGBTQIA Community and Chemsex||David Fawcett PhD, LCSW||2|
|Working with the Male Same Sex Couples||Nick Fager, M.A., Ed.M||4|
|Understanding the Spectrum of Gender Expression||Don Dyson, Ph.D.||3|
|Understanding the Spectrum of Orientation Expression||Brent Satterly, Ph.D.||3|
|Supporting LGBTQ Youth||Jo Langford, M.A.||1.5|
|Supporting Parents of LGBTQ Youth||Jo Langford, M.A.||1.5|
|Spirituality and Religious Abuse and Trauma Around LGBTQ Sexual Health||Natasha Helfer Parker, LCMFT||3|
|Asexuality||Jennie Steinberg, LMFT|
|Intersex Conditions||Nicholas J. Zielke, MSW|
|Working with HIV positive clients||TBD|
|Kink and Fetish||TBD||4|
|Clinical Issues in Consensual Nonmonogomy||Margie Nichols||2|
|History of Views of Sex and Gender Variance||Cade Finn, LADC||2|
|Working with Transgender Diverse Clients||Arlene Lev, LCSW-R, CASAC||4|
* MSTI is an approved organizational provider for AASECT Ce’s, Provider #07-110-J. Attainment of AASECT CE’s does not ensure or guarantee AASECT Certification. For further information please contact email@example.com.