If you or someone you love struggles with sexually compulsive or addictive behaviors, and you’re looking for help, then you’ve come to the right place! The individuals and organizations listed here are among the most experienced, best trained, and most qualified sexual addiction specialists anywhere in the world. We know because that’s our mission – to find, train and certify the very best.
CCSAS – Certified Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialist. This credential means that the individual is licensed in the state in which they practice as a licensed professional counselor, marriage & family therapist, clinical social worker, psychologist, or holds an associate license.
CPSAS – Certified Pastoral Sexual Addiction Specialist. This credential means that the individual has completed a rigorous educational program and has resources to educate, support, and mentor those in recovery from sexual addiction. Those holding this credential may provide special programs in the church, parachurch organization, or community. Those holding the CPSAS are expected to maintain a local referral database and work alongside clinicians.
CPTS – Christian Partner Trauma Specialist. This credential means that the individual has completed the rigorous educational program and supervision requirements of the Association for Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS). Those holding this credential are either clinicians or ICF certified coaches who specialize in working with partners of sex addicts
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Please note: IACSAS does not endorse nor support any individual therapist, organization, institution or type of therapy. Certification means that the individual has met the requirements to become certified. IACSAS does not have control over individuals who are certified. IACSAS is not responsible for the actions of those certified. This list represents all members from different training, backgrounds, experiences and approaches to therapy. It is your responsibility or the responsibility of the person who contacts the therapist to ensure that the individual, organization or institution is licensed or otherwise qualified to provide treatment. IACSAS is not responsible for any certified provider.
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