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Therapy Certification Training

11651 W. Biscayne Canal Rd.

United States
Florida (FL)
Certified Sexology Educator
Board Certified Diplomate
Certified Sexologist
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Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Clinical Sexology
American Academy of Clinical Sexology (AACS)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Human Sexuality
Institute of Advanced Study of Human Sexuality (IASSCS)
Master of Arts
College of New Jersey
Bachelor of Arts
Trenton State College
Board Certified Diplomate
American Board of Sexology (Expired)
EMDR Level II Therapist
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Certified Addictions Professional
Florida Certifcation Board
Transgender Care Therapist
International Transgender Certification Association
Mental Health Counselor
State of Florida
Addict America: The Lost Connection
My Pocket Therapist: 12 Tools for Living in Connection
Dr. Carol Clark is an educator and therapist, certified in Sex Therapy, EMDR, Addictions, and Transgender Care. She is the owner and president of the Sex Therapy Training Institute, Addiction Therapy Training Institute, International Institute of Clinical Sexology, Therapist Certification Association, and president of the International Transgender Certification Association.

After moving to Miami in 1990, Dr. Clark worked for Dade and Broward Counties in child abuse, substance abuse, and custody/social investigations with Family Court. She grew her private practice with a focus on trauma, sex therapy, and addiction. Feeling the need to pass on her experience, she created her various schools to train therapists throughout the world via live webinar. Her graduates come from Canada, Saudi Arabia, Australia, South America, and Africa, as well as most of the United States.

Over the years, Dr. Clark saw a commonality in the problems with which people present and conceptualized a way of looking at our highly stimulating lifestyles, with the resultant loss of intimacy and connection, as the result of a perpetually over-stimulated state that defines addiction and that disconnects us from each other and the universal life force. From this, she wrote her book, Addict America: The Lost Connection–a life-altering guide for all people and an excellent clinical resource. By understanding the fundamental nature of addiction and applying the healing strategies set forth in this book, readers find themselves reestablishing Connections in their lives that seemed lost forever.

Dr. Clark has continued to grow her schools and inspire counselors and other healthcare providers to work with many of those underserved people whom society marginalizes, including LGBTQI, people living alternative lifestyles, and sex offenders. Her goal is always to guide all who come her way to a place of Connection.