Certified Neurodiversity Sexuality Educator
Who seeks Neurodiversity Sexuality Educator Certification?
Neurodivergent Sexuality Educator certification applicants teach in the classroom at the elementary, secondary, and higher education levels. They may also provide education for groups of children, adolescents, or adults, training for professionals, and outreach and education in community-based, healthcare, corporate, and faith-based settings. Sexuality educators also may design and conduct workshops, courses, and seminars; contribute to the sexuality education literature; develop curriculum; plan and administer programs; deliver lectures; and provide one-on-one client education sessions. Coursework consists of assessment, academic frameworks, and psychoeducational modalities specific to neurodivergent populations.
Why apply for Neurodiversity Sexuality Educator Certification?
Certification as a neurodivergent sexuality educator provides assurance to the public that you have obtained advance training in the field and have the endorsement of an international certifying body, and allows clinicians to feel comfortable working with emerging methodologies specific to neurodivergent clients and sex education practices. Certification also helps you stand out to potential employers and maximize earning potential.
What are the basic eligibility requirements?
- A current IBOSP membership in good standing
- A Bachelor’s degree or higher in the educational field
- Forty (40) hours of neurodivergent sex education training in neurodivergent frameworks including foundations, cultural diversity, sensory processing, dating and effective somatically based modalities including movement or EMDR.
- Have two satisfactory colleague references
- Adherence to the IBOSP Code of Ethics.