Does my “title” and “post nominals” get printed on my certificate?
The American Board of Sexology’s board agreed to follow the standards set forth by United States Department of Education by only including the applicants given name, legal first name, given middle name, middle initial, religious taken name, family surname, hyphenated dual last name, married name or legally registered name for the certification. Please note that in certain situations, visible online certifications may display a faux name to keep the certified professional’s anonymity. Situations may include government employees, special operations members, celebrity personalities, personal or family safety concerns, religious or societal persecution.
Certifications shall not include titles, honors, licenses, nicknames, or post nominals due to status of the individual being certified. While the American Board of Sexology verifies the status of all applicants upon approval to the best of their ability, they are not responsible for incorrectly awarded degrees, certification updates or license status after being certified.