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SASH certifications are the only credentials in the behavioral healthcare industry that comprehensively address five areas of sexual health. Clinicians may apply for one or more certifications to enhance their knowledge as a leading professional in the field. The process of becoming certified involves training, supervision, and clinical experience. All SASH certifications require education in human sexuality and the completion of a workshop, such as the Sexual Attitudes Reevaluation (SAR) . When all requirements for a SASH certification have been met, an application may be submitted for approval. Learn more about the value of a SASH certification from our members.

SASH CONFERENCE 2020 | October 15-18 | Goes Virtual

It's the same great conference and unbelievable speakers!

See you in Seattle in 2021!

Thank you for our Ambassador and Steward members for their generous support of the annual conference.
The Meadows, sex addiction treatment
Paradise Creek Recovery Center
Pine Grove Behavioral Health
Psychological Counseling Services

Thank you to Good Clean Love for their generous donation for our conference attendees

 
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Erica Sarr discusses why she is optimistic about increasing awareness in the field of sexual health.


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Articles by SASH Members

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How Do You Raise Sexually Healthy Kids?

Times have changed. When I was a child, there were very few resources on how to talk to children about sex, much less how to raise […]
May 15, 2020
Sign declaring that everyone masturbates.

Masturbation Month is Now! Am I normal?

For those who don’t know or may have forgotten it is masturbation month. The progression of sexual health and female sexuality and independence, which isn’t to […]
June 13, 2018
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When “Disclosure Bombs” Go Off; Reassurance Issues

Disclosure: The Problem with Reassurance In recovery, disclosure is an important and difficult undertaking for the addict, the partner, and the relationship.  For the partner, disclosure […]