An association of professionals in the field of Clinical Sexology.
Certification of professionals
Why be certified in Clinical Sexology?
TCA - Therapist Certification Association
The Therapist Certification Association (TCA) certifies professionals in the field of Clinical Sexology who have attained the education and expertise to assess and treat sexual dysfunctions and disorders. An association of professionals in the field of Clinical Sexology. The Board is comprised of doctoral-level therapists and educators with significant experience and credentials in Clinical Sexology and are able to effectively evaluate applicants’ attainment of requirements for certification that are on a par with standards in the field. Successful applicants will be certified as either Sex Therapists, Clinical Sexologists, or Sexology Educators, depending on their area of practice.
Clinical Sexology is a broad field that encompasses many aspects of human sexual behavior and the issues that interfere with optimal sexual functioning. Certification is based on the following:
Complete this worksheet to confirm your credits in the required content areas.
Complete this worksheet to confirm your required supervision/case consultation hours.
Who is the Certification aimed at?
The TCA certifications are intended for those professionals who have a foundational education or clinical practice and have then completed the requirements for specializing in sexology. These professionals include the following: Psychotherapists, including Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Clinical Social Workers; psychologists; medical professionals; healthcare professionals; educators; and life coaches.
The benefits of TCA Certification
- 5 hours of free sex therapy CE credits annually.
- A professional listing on the TCA website Find a Professional page.
- Membership in the TCA listserve
- Private Facebook group for members to connect and exchange resources or consult on cases.
- Discounts towards TCA programs, including Transgender Care Therapy, Addictions Therapy, Kink Conscious Therapy, Sex Offender Therapy, and Hypnotherapy and Sexuality.