Reproductive Health Care Professional Certification

IBOSP Reproductive Health Care Advocate Certification is for individuals who work in the sexual wellness space including body-based practitioners, educators, counselors, coaches, consultants, reproductive health specialists, center directors, community health professionals, family planning, abortion counselors, mental health professionals, or other healthcare professionals who work in one of many areas of reproductive health care. IBOSP Certified Reproductive Health Care Professionals have specific, comprehensive training and experience in the field of sexual and reproductive health.

Who seeks Reproductive Health Care Professional Certification?

People who have training in and/or work in the reproductive health care space.

Why Apply for RHCP?

Certification as a Reproductive Health Care Professional provides assurance to the public and to potential employers that you have obtained advanced training in, are knowledgeable about, and positive in your approach to reproductive health care.

What are the basic eligibility requirements?

-A current IBOSP membership in good standing
-A minimum of a high school degree
-A minimum of 100 hours of experience working, advocating, or volunteering within the area of reproductive health care.
-Documentation of 25 hours of education in reproductive health care.
-Two recommendation letters from a colleague or IBOSP member
-Adherence to the IBOSP Code of Ethics.