Thank you for your interest in the Certified Sex Coach training program here at Sex Coach U! Prospective students often have the same questions about our programs and our application process, so we’ve answered the most commonly asked questions here.

Do we do the programs at our own pace?

At Sex Coach U, we offer a balanced approach to learning that includes both self-paced and live experiential elements. This design ensures that you not only gain knowledge but also develop the skills to apply and practice what you’ve learned effectively.

For the Mastery Program:

While this program allows you to progress at your own pace, it is structured within a timeframe to maximize learning and application. You have a total of 18 months to complete all elements of this program.

If you are on an in-house payment plan, your payments must align with your progress through the curriculum. If you wish to accelerate your pace, you can opt to make larger or additional payments.

For the Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ and BOSS Programs:

The Fast-Track and BOSS programs are designed to be highly flexible to accommodate your schedule and pace. You have 12 months to complete these programs. This option is ideal if you prefer to learn independently and at a faster pace without the structured schedule of live interactions.

Similar to the other program, if you are using an in-house payment plan, you can adjust your payment contributions if you decide to complete the program sooner than anticipated.

Additional Note:

If you need more time beyond the 12 months, there is a continuation of studies fee. 

How experiential is your program?

At Sex Coach U, we blend rigorous theoretical knowledge with practical application in a hybrid virtual setting that simulates real-world coaching scenarios. Our programs are meticulously crafted to prepare you for direct client engagement, equipping you with the skills needed for a successful career in sex coaching.

Mastery Path:

Our hybrid Mastery Path combines online and real-time interaction, offering a deeply experiential learning environment with numerous live, online group coaching sessions each month. These sessions are vital for translating theoretical knowledge into practical skills:

  • Live Group Coaching and Mentorship: Engage weekly in live virtual sessions to hone your coaching skills with immediate feedback from faculty and peers.
  • Interactive Webinars: Participate twice a month in webinars conducted by leading experts in sexology, coaching, and business.
  • Rendezvous Sessions: Regular virtual meetings with faculty and peers to discuss material, address challenges, and network.
  • Case Studies and Role-plays: Actively engage in simulated scenarios to practice and observe how experienced coaches manage various situations.

This path ensures that by the end of your training, you are not only well-informed but adept in applying your knowledge within a supportive, interactive hybrid environment.

Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Program:

The Fast-Track path provides a self-paced, experiential learning journey, ideal for those who prefer independent study:

  • Supervised Practicum: Complete a practicum where you apply your coaching skills under supervision, preparing you for confident client interactions.
  • Optional Live Events: Opt into select live, online webinars to still benefit from expert guidance and peer engagement.

ASPEX – Advanced Sexological Personal Exploration Xperience:

Experience our ASPEX event, a unique “Heal the Healer” retreat that combines in-person communal learning with deep personal growth. Led by Dr. Patti Britton, this transformative week in a natural vortex setting fosters sexual self-realization and empowerment as a sex-positive professional. Activities are designed for talk-only exploration, focusing on personal insights without physical touch.

Program Commitment to Non-Physical Methods:

All our programs emphasize a talk-only coaching approach, focusing on communication and personal insights rather than physical or somatic methods. This ensures that you are well-prepared to guide clients through talk-based exploration of their sexual issues.

Join us at Sex Coach U and transform your ability to aid others while growing personally and professionally in a dynamic, interactive setting.


How many hours per week should I expect to devote to my studies?

At Sex Coach U, we recognize that each student has unique learning speeds and personal schedules, which can affect the amount of time needed for coursework. While we can’t specify the exact number of hours you should set aside each week, we provide guidance to help you manage your studies effectively.

Study Guides: Each course comes with a Study Guide that includes time estimates to complete readings, watch videos, and process materials. These guides can help you plan your study time according to your own pace.

General Recommendation:

For the Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Program: As this program is self-paced and you have 12 months to complete it, we recommend setting aside around 10-12 hours per week. This will allow you to comfortably progress through the materials and complete the practicum within the allotted time of 12 months.

For the Mastery Path: Given the inclusion of live sessions and the need to engage with the material actively, a commitment of 10-12 hours per week is advisable. This ensures that you can attend live events, participate in discussions, and complete coursework within the 18-month timeframe.

Regular, dedicated study hours each week will help prevent procrastination and keep you on track. It’s important to establish a routine where your study time is respected by others, ensuring you can focus without interruptions.

We understand life can be unpredictable. Our programs are designed to offer some flexibility so you can adjust your study hours as needed. However, maintaining consistent weekly study sessions will help you achieve your educational goals without unnecessary stress.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure a steady and successful progression through your chosen program at Sex Coach U, leading to your certification as a professional sex coach.

What support will I receive during my studies?

At Sex Coach U, our global community of sex coaches and sexologists is committed to supporting each student throughout their educational journey. Here’s how we provide tailored support across our programs:

General Support for All Students:

  • Private Facebook Community: All students gain access to our highly-engaged private Facebook community of students and graduates. This platform is excellent for sharing progress, seeking support, and forming professional collaborations.

Support for the Mastery Path:

  • Student Advisors: Upon enrollment, each student is assigned a Student Advisor who periodically reviews your work to assess your progress. While Student Advisors are available on a limited basis for one-on-one help with study concerns and technical support, their role is crucial in guiding you through your studies.
  • Live Events and Interactive Webinars:
    • Rendezvous Sessions: Regular live group coaching and mentorship sessions where you can connect with Student Advisors and peers to discuss topics related to sexology, get your questions answered, and build connections.
    • Peer Coaching Practice Sessions: Weekly opportunities to practice coaching skills in a safe environment, with feedback from peers and coordinators.
    • SCU Presents! Webinars: Twice-monthly webinars featuring guest experts who share their knowledge and skills. These sessions include opportunities for interaction during Q&A segments.
    • SCU Book Club: Monthly sessions to discuss essential readings for sex coaches, offering deep insights and different perspectives.

Support for the Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Program:

  • Optional Participation in Select Live Events: While the Fast-Track program is primarily self-paced, you may opt to join selected live events, such as webinars, to enhance your learning experience.
  • Focused Feedback: During the required supervised practicum, you will receive structured feedback to hone your skills and prepare for professional practice.

Support for the BOSS Program:

  • Business-Oriented Co-working Sessions: Available weekly, these sessions allow you to work on your business alongside peers, facilitating accountability and shared learning.
  • Inner and Outer Game Coaching from the BOSS Program: Sessions focusing on personal and professional development, particularly in overcoming limiting beliefs and implementing business strategies.

Live Training Events:

  • SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment) and ASPEX (Advanced Sexological Personal Exploration Xperience): Opportunities to attend in-person or virtual events designed to deepen your understanding and skills in a dynamic, immersive setting.

At Sex Coach U, we are committed to ensuring that every student, whether on the Fast-Track or Mastery path, receives the support they need to succeed and thrive in their journey to becoming competent and confident sex coaches. This comprehensive support system is designed to provide both academic guidance and practical, real-world application to prepare you for a successful career in sex coaching.

Will we be writing papers and a thesis like in a masters program? Are there tests?

No, you will not be taking tests or submitting papers or theses.

  • Self-Assessments: At the end of each course, you will complete two types of self-assessments:
    • Self-Evaluation: Reflect on your understanding and whether you feel you have effectively learned the content.
    • Multiple-Choice Exam: A 20-question multiple-choice exam covering the content of the course, with the answer key provided for immediate feedback.
  • Module Workbooks on the Mastery Path: For students on the Mastery Path, you will submit a Module workbook after completing all the material for each module. These workbooks will be reviewed by your dedicated Student Advisor, who will provide feedback and guide you through your studies.
  • Module Workbooks on the Fast-Track Path: For the Fast-Track path, after completing all the material for each module, you’ll submit a Module workbook. These submissions are part of your self-directed learning process and will not be reviewed by a Student Advisor. All Fast Track workbooks should be submitted at the end of the program along with your Practicum. If additional guidance or time is needed to meet certification requirements, a continuation fee and time extension may be applied.
  • Practicum: You will complete a supervised practicum toward the end of the program. This allows you to demonstrate your understanding of the material and your skills during live sessions with real clients, applying what you have learned in a real-world setting.

Our approach to education is based on Adult Learning Theory, which emphasizes self-directed learning. This method encourages you to take an active role in your learning process, ensuring that you develop practical, applicable skills for your future career as a sex coach.

Is it possible to see the material that is made throughout the training?

No, direct access to the material used throughout the training is not provided. However, a detailed breakdown of the course curriculum, including the specific content of each module, can be found on our website.

Our training is structured into four modules, each comprising instruction in clinical sexology, co-active coaching, and our unique Integrated Sex Coaching training. This approach synthesizes and extends the knowledge gained in the sexology and coaching courses, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience.

Is there an updated version of the textbook, The Art of Sex Coaching?

In “The Art of Sex Coaching: Expanding Your Practice” by Dr. Patti Britton, a pioneering text in the field of sex coaching, readers are guided on becoming effective sex coaches. Published in 2005, the book is recognized for its foundational clinical insights, despite some outdated language regarding gender, sexual orientation, and identities. As the field of sexology evolves, it’s crucial to view such texts in context, acknowledging their historical significance while also recognizing shifts in societal norms and terminology.

Sex Coach U encourages students to approach this and other seminal works, like “The Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction” by Hartman & Fithian (1972), with an appreciation for their historical context. These texts offer valuable insights, though some concepts might seem dated.

For example, the Sensate Focus technique, initially designed for heterosexual married couples, is adaptable for partners of all identities and orientations today, emphasizing the universal human experience of physical pleasure and sexual wellness.

The curriculum at Sex Coach U doesn’t solely rely on these classic texts. It integrates contemporary perspectives in sexology, coaching, and business, covering new modalities for healing and current trends. This includes webinars featuring experts across various domains, an essential part of the curriculum alongside the lectures and traditional texts.

While acknowledging the outdated aspects of “The Art of Sex Coaching,” such as binary gendered language, outdated terms like “transsexual,” and a lack of focus on LGBTQIA+ issues or intersectionality, the book’s core intention remains vital: promoting a holistic and humanistic approach to sex, sexual behavior, and identity. It’s MEBES(™) Model provides a lasting foundation for how to work holistically with any client’s issues, in a system that creates positive outcomes for you and your sex coaching clients. 

For SCU students, the challenge is to look beyond the dated terminology, extract foundational practices and research, and contribute to developing new, affirming, and inclusive practices celebrating human sexuality.

Is it a one year program and on a Bachelor’s degree level?

At Sex Coach U, we offer different paths tailored to accommodate the varying needs and schedules of our students:

  • Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Path: This self-paced path allows up to 12 months for completion. It is designed for learners who prefer to manage their study time flexibly without scheduled live interactions. This timeframe is ideal for integrating learning into busy schedules, allowing you to progress through the coursework as your time permits.
  • Mastery Certified Sex Coach™ Path: Students enrolled in the Mastery path have up to 18 months to complete their training. While many students complete the program within 12-15 months, the full 18 months are available to ensure thorough understanding and application of the material. This path includes live sessions and interactive components that complement the self-paced study materials. The extended duration accommodates the additional time needed for live interactions and deeper engagement with the course content.

Academic Level and Recognition:

  • Program Level: The level of training provided at Sex Coach U is more akin to a graduate program. In recognition of the depth and breadth of our curriculum, the International Institute for Clinical Sexology (IICS) has determined that graduates of Sex Coach U have an academic equivalence to a Master’s degree.
  • Further Studies: Graduates who hold a Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare-related field are eligible to apply for the IICS PhD program in Clinical Sexology, further showcasing the advanced level of our training.

Both durations and the academic rigor are set to ensure that you have ample time and substantial knowledge to thoroughly understand and apply what you learn, regardless of the learning path you choose.

How does Sex Coach U compare to other programs?

At Sex Coach U, our approach to sex coaching education is unmatched, providing a holistic and comprehensive experience that truly sets us apart from other programs. Here’s what makes SCU unique:

Comprehensive Curriculum Rooted in the MEBES(™) Model: Developed by Dr. Patti Britton, the MEBES model is the foundation of our programs. It integrates rigorous academic training with practical coaching techniques, ensuring that you gain a deep understanding of sexual wellness from both theoretical and practical perspectives. This model is specifically designed to empower you to turn your passion for sexual wellness into a viable career.

Affiliations with Prestigious Organizations: Our programs are recognized and respected globally, thanks in part to our affiliations with prestigious bodies such as the World Association for Sexual Health, the American Board of Sexology and the Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists. These affiliations enhance the credibility of our certification and affirm our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in sex coaching education.

Supportive Community: SCU is dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive community. We provide ongoing support and resources to ensure our students and graduates are well-equipped to make a meaningful impact in the field of sexual wellness. Our community is a place where diversity, inclusion, and innovation are celebrated, offering a network of peers and mentors who provide guidance and encouragement throughout your journey as a sex coach.

Beyond Education: At SCU, you gain more than just a certification; you join a movement advocating for sexual freedom, health, rights, and pleasure worldwide. Our commitment extends beyond education, preparing you to thrive in the dynamic field of sexual wellness and ensuring you have the tools and support needed to create a lasting impact.

By choosing SCU, you’re embarking on a transformative journey with a leader in the field, equipped to guide you through every step of your professional development. Moreover, the personal journey you undertake through the SCU curriculum can profoundly affect your own sexuality and sexual experiences, enriching your personal and professional life alike.

How much does the training cost?

At Sex Coach U, we offer various program paths, each designed to suit different learning preferences and career goals. Here’s a concise breakdown of our main program options and their costs:

Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Program: This is a self-paced program designed for those who prefer flexibility. The total tuition for this program is $4,997. Payment plans are available, allowing you to spread the cost over the duration of the program.

Mastery Path: This comprehensive program includes live sessions and interactive components, priced at $10,997. Payment plan options are also available for this path, providing a manageable approach to budgeting for your education.

Business of Sexuality Specialists (BOSS): Ideal for those looking to enhance their entrepreneurial skills, this program can be taken standalone or alongside the other paths, priced at $4,997.

Additional Costs:

Required Materials: Students must purchase books and videos for each course. The total cost for these materials is generally under $300 USD. To help offset this expense, we provide a $75 Amazon gift card upon enrollment to purchase the three main required textbooks.

SAR Training: All students must complete a Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) training prior to graduation. Costs for SAR vary depending on the provider but are essential for a comprehensive understanding of sexual attitudes and behaviors. At SCU, we assist students in selecting the best SAR training that meets our rigorous standards, is cost-effective, and fits within their schedules. We also offer virtual SAR options twice a year. 

ASPEX Training: Though not mandatory for certification, attending the ASPEX training is highly recommended for deepening your learning and personal development. This residential retreat’s cost varies based on location and includes accommodations, meals, and local travel. Note that students are responsible for their flights and any additional housing costs before or after the retreat.

For detailed information on what each program includes and the specific features of each, please visit our Program Options page. You can also learn more about the unique opportunities offered by SAR and ASPEX training on their respective information pages linked on our website.

What is SCU looking for in the selection process?

You must be over 21 years of age to apply to the SCU Certified Sex Coach™ training program. Though, to be honest, it’s rare that we accept someone that young into the program, as it’s vital to have some life experience and maturity to draw on to become a Certified Sex Coach.

That said, we are looking for bright, energetic go-getters who are devoted to making the world a more sex-positive place through helping others achieve their optimal sexual wellness. There are no educational or employment prerequisites, though a history of doing something in the field of sexuality is a plus. This can be as simple as being the person everyone you know turns to for sex advice or as complex as being an MD who specializes in urology or gynecology — or anyone in between!

Ideal candidates for Sex Coach U have a background in therapeutic training, or experience in the pleasure products industry, adult entertainment, bodywork (sexological or other), sex education, life coaching, counseling, nursing, Tantra or other sacred sexuality modalities.

Career changers with prior college education and/or work or business experience are also ideal candidates. SCU is a complete training program, so it is entirely possible to transition from other, completely unrelated careers by achieving the knowledge and skills required to become a competent sex coach.

What you need, above all, is passion, dedication, self-discipline, motivation, and patience. You need a willingness to dive deep into your own psyche and work through and heal from your own sexual wounds. And you need to be open to new ideas and to the diversity of human sexual expression.

You will be challenged by this material, and you may even be triggered. You will need to have a reliable and effective support system in place and know how to self-soothe and regulate your emotional responses.

Finally, you need to be able to self-fund the tuition. If you do not have a consistent, reliable source of income that can cover your tuition payments AND your regular living expenses, then you are not a good candidate for the program at this time.

On the application, we’re specifically looking for people to fully answer our questions. One word and one line responses will not suffice. You need to show us who you are. Be authentic and demonstrate your enthusiasm. Answer our written questions thoroughly and from the heart in order to be seriously considered for enrollment.

What is the application process?

Students are accepted into Sex Coach U on a case-by-case basis, and not everyone who applies is accepted. To enroll in the program, you must complete a two-part application process:

  1. Written Application: Begin by submitting a detailed written application. This allows us to understand your background, your motivations for becoming a sex coach, and how you envision your future in the field.
  2. Live Application Interview: If your written application meets our criteria, you will be invited to participate in a live Application Interview, conducted via Zoom. This step further assesses your suitability for the program and gives you a chance to ask any questions you may have.

Applications are accepted during short open enrollment periods, typically occurring twice per year—during Spring and Fall. Due to the limited number of seats in each enrollment cycle and the high demand, we encourage prospective students to act quickly when these periods open.

Join the Interest List to be notified of the next enrollment period and secure your place in our program.

Do you offer Scholarships?

Partial scholarships are awarded on the Mastery Path on a very limited basis. These need-based scholarships bring the tuition down 50%, therefore recipients must be able to cover the other 50% of the total tuition. Usually only one scholarship is awarded during each enrollment period, for an applicant in any of the following categories:

  1. Someone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color residing in the United States
  2. Someone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color residing outside of the United States
  3. Someone with a documented disability or other special circumstance
  4. Someone residing in Poland (for our special Dunlap Memorial Poland Award)

These scholarships are only available to exceptional candidates who:

  • Can justify an extreme financial need,
  • Can provide evidence of their ability to pay 50% of the regular tuition, in 18 equal monthly installments,
  • Can demonstrate their passion for this work

Our enrollment team uses their discretion during each enrollment period to identify potential scholarship candidates. Those candidates will be given the opportunity to submit an additional questionnaire verifying their eligibility. The enrollment team will review all candidates and award scholarships toward the end of each enrollment period.

What credentials will I earn when I successfully graduate?

Graduating from this training gives you the title of Certified Sex Coach™, and upon graduation, you may add the initials “CSC” behind your name.

When you graduate, you qualify for instant eligibility to join the American Board of Sexology (ABS), and the Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists (ASIS). 

SCU graduates with a prior Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare-related field are eligible to apply for the PhD in Clinical Sexology program at IICS (International Institute for Clinical Sexology), an accredited U.S. school based in Florida. Our program is the equivalent of a Master’s degree!

As Sex Coach U operates globally with students and graduates in over 80 countries. We take great pride in our status as an organizational member of the World Association of Sexual Health (WAS). When representing your affiliation with WAS on your personal website, LinkedIn profile, or other professional materials, you may use the following wording: “Alumni of Sex Coach U, an Organizational Member of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS).” Additionally, through your connection with Sex Coach U, an Organizational Member of WAS, you are eligible to join WAS as an individual member at a reduced annual rate of $50.

How long will it take to earn my certification?

At Sex Coach U, the duration to earn your certification varies depending on the pathway you choose:

  • Fast-Track Certified Sex Coach™ Program: This self-paced program allows up to 12 months for completion. It is ideal for learners who prefer flexibility and can progress through the coursework independently.
  • Mastery Path: Students enrolled in the Mastery Path have up to 18 months to complete their training. This pathway includes live sessions and interactive components that require more time due to the depth of engagement and learning opportunities provided.

Certification Requirements for All Paths:

  • SAR Training: Certification also requires the completion of an SCU-approved SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment) training, which is essential for developing a comprehensive understanding of various sexual attitudes and issues.
  • Tuition Payment: All tuition fees must be paid in full before you are eligible to graduate and receive your certification. This structure ensures that all graduates have thoroughly absorbed the coursework and met all the professional standards required to excel as Certified Sex Coaches.

This framework is designed to accommodate different learning paces and schedules, ensuring that each student can maximize their learning experience while meeting all necessary professional standards.

Can I apply for AASECT Certification when I complete my training?

Many prospective students ask if our program meets the requirements for certification through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT).​

As of Jan 1, 2021, AASECT CEs are no longer provided through Sex Coach U. AASECT certification is restricted to United States citizens. However, Sex Coach U is a global organization with students and graduates in over 80 countries and counting.

Therefore, we are proud to be recognized as an organizational member of the World Association of Sexual Health (WAS). As an enrolled student or graduate, you become a member of this incredible international organization under our membership umbrella.

You may still apply for AASECT certification, but you’ll need to consult them about their requirements and whether or not your studies at Sex Coach U will qualify. We do not guarantee AASECT certification will be granted as a result of completion of the Certified Sex Coach™ training program.

AASECT certification is awarded on a case-by-case basis, according to a candidate’s background and whether they meet the highly-rigorous AASECT criteria. Learn more here.

Where does SAR take place?

SAR takes place at different times during the year, in different locations around the USA and internationally. Each training is offered by an SCU-approved SAR provider or another recommended trainer. Past locations have included San Francisco, Phoenix, Warsaw, Poland, Berlin, Germany, Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Prague, Czech Republic.

In-person SARs were suspended for much of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, the Sex Coach U team developed an effective virtual SAR and is now offering that to SCU students twice a year. The fee for the SCU Virtual SAR is not included in your tuition.

Learn more about this unique training here.

Do I need to complete the SAR if I have already done one?

No, your previous SAR training will count if completed within the past three years of your application. You will need to send your SAR completion certificate and a write-up on your SAR experience for submission to your student advisor. While you do not need to complete another to earn your certification, you may choose to take another to refresh your training.

Do I need to take any more training after I graduate?

The Certified Sex Coach™ program is a complete training program, providing you with all the skills and tools you’ll need to work and build a business as a competent sex coach. You do not need any further training after graduation in order practice as a Certified Sex Coach™.

That said, many of our students choose to take further training. Many have gone on to earn credentials in complementary fields like sociology, psychology, marriage and family therapy, counselling, GSRD therapy, or public health. Others choose to train in sexological bodywork, sacred sexuality, trauma therapy, or other holistic fields. 

We highly recommend students continue to invest in their professional development after graduation to keep up with the latest developments in sexology and sexual health. 

All students choose different paths, and it depends on the career goals and preferences of each student.

When can I start working as a sex coach?

SCU has a policy on working as a Sex Coach In Training, which you can view here.

In summary, SCU was created in order to provide the gold standard in sex coach training. We feel students are not ready to take clients through the full sex coaching process until they have completed their training and have passed their live practicum demonstration. This policy is to protect both students and clients from potential harm.

However, we acknowledge that many students who come to SCU already have prior training and experience in healing and therapeutic modalities and are already working with clients. 

We encourage students to start building their business, their online presence, and their professional network as soon as possible. There are many ways to do this without taking clients through the sex coaching process, which you can read more about here.

Student advisors will assess whether their students are ready to work as a sex coach before graduation and will make the final decision. 

Is SCU accredited with the International Coaching Federation?

No – sex coaching is a derivative of the field of sexology, not coaching. With Sex Coach U, you can be cross-certified with American Board of Sexology and the Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists in the UK.

Also, Sex Coach U is the only sex coach training organization that has been approved for organizational membership in the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS), a highly respected global organization dedicated to sexual health and wellness for all. All Sex Coach U students and graduates also enjoy membership benefits under our membership status.

Is SCU Trauma-Informed?

We’re deeply committed to integrating trauma-informed principles into our training programs. Here’s how we’re actively working towards this goal:

Expert Collaboration: We regularly collaborate with leading experts in the field of trauma to ensure that our curriculum is comprehensive and sensitive to the needs of individuals who have experienced trauma. Their invaluable insights help us continuously refine and enhance our offerings.

Webinars on Trauma-Informed Care: We host informative webinars specifically focused on trauma-informed care. These sessions provide practical strategies and knowledge to better support individuals who have been impacted by trauma. We believe that ongoing education is crucial in fostering an environment of understanding and compassion.

Understanding Our Role: While our program primarily focuses on coaching and skill-building, we recognize the importance of acknowledging the complexities of trauma and the need for specialized therapeutic interventions. We emphasize the distinction between coaching and therapy and encourage our students to refer clients to appropriate professionals when necessary.

Creating Supportive Environments: Our overarching goal is to create inclusive and supportive environments where individuals feel safe and empowered to explore their sexuality. We continuously strive to improve our practices and welcome feedback from our community to ensure that we’re meeting the needs of all individuals, particularly those who have experienced trauma.

The SCU Certified Sex Coach™ program opens two (2) times per year.