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  • Dr. James Walker
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    Diplomate Certification


    A Diplomate Certification is for the Sex Therapist that has a post graduate Ph.D. or a finishing degree in the field of study and is working in the field of study. The typical professional seeking this certification has their Ph.D. in Sexology, been in the field for a few years, written papers about the topic, possible professor or teacher of sexology, over 1000 hours in practice, is a leading professions in the field or has their own practice. The Diplomate Certification offers the full benefits of the Directory Listing including business address, web connections, social media links, full biography, blog links and links virtual, printed publications or other materials for sale. This includes books on Amazon, Goodreads, YouTube videos, magazine articles or Podcasts. As with all levels of certification the holder has access to the forums which includes posting answers to potential clientele, responding to questions, opinions an articles and communications with other network members. Finally, all Diplomates will have voting rights and can be an officer on the Board. Only $20.75 a month.

    Click here for a link to the Diplomate Certification online form. Please note that this form is used for new membership applicants and renewals at this time.

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    Nicole Daniels
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    I do not see the area for renewal. Can you post the link in your response? I have searched the website.

    Thank you!

    Dr. James Walker
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    Ms. Daniels,

    Fantastic question. New certification and renewal certification are the same link at this time. Based on your question, we will create a renewal specific option. Thank you for the question and we hope it finds you well.

    Diplomate (New members and renewal):

    Certified Sexologist (For those without a Ph.D. or finishing degree in the field):

    Apprentice (For those still in school, looking for a job in the profession or new to the field):

    Retired Mentor (For those no longer practicing with an office, or retired, or mentoring new professionals):

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