The Sexology Institute is proud to partner with the University of Texas at San Antonio and Walden University as an internship site for undergraduate and graduate students! The internship experiences gives students an opportunity to apply cognitive knowledge and skills developed in the classroom into real-world experiences under the umbrella of human sexuality and relationships. The Sexology Institute is an ideal learning environment to meet the academic requirements for diversity and multicultural populations.
The Kinesiology and Health Programs in the Department of Kinesiology, Health & Nutrition, College of Education and Human Development at the University of Texas at San Antonio, offer a bachelor’s degree with concentration emphases in kinesiology, athletic medicine, health education, public health, health and fitness in business and industry, or teacher certification.
For more information please contact:
Stephanie (Keiningham) Greeson, Department Contact
Department of Kinesiology, Health & Nutrition
College of Education and Human Development
The University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio Texas 78249-0654
Tel. (210) 458-8551
Fax: (210) 458-5873
Walden University College of Social and Behavioral Sciences approves the Sexology Institute as an educational internship site. The School of Counseling prepares competent and confident masters’-level professional counselors and doctoral-level counselor educators and supervisors to address current counseling and educational needs of diverse and multicultural populations across environments and to provide prevention and intervention strategies for maintaining current and future mental health and wellness.
School of Counseling Office of Field Experience (SOC-OFE)
100 Washington Avenue South, Suite 900
Minneapolis, MN 55401
SOC-OFE Website: http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/fieldexperience/soc
Counseling Masters Programs Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision Email: email@example.com
SOC-OFE Telephone: 612-312-1333
It’s the “ology” in Sexology! There’s no substitute for strong book-work.
The Sexology Institute’s efficient reading list and effective tests ensure scholarly achievement.
To be an effective coach, one must also know how to play.
Experiences and engagements push boundaries while maintaining a student’s ethical compass.
Walk the walk. Look the part.
How one carries oneself speaks volumes and creates a presence. More than appearance, bearing establishes in students the reality of authority and trust.
Service is the generous expression of the other three attributes: a genuine desire to help others, combined with actions that place their needs in sync with your abilities.
Graduates of the Sexology Institute are expected to follow suit and pay it forward.
SEXOLOGY, AS A PROFESSION, HAS EXPANDED BEYOND ACADEMIA AND NOW SERVES THE INDIVIDUAL AS WELL AS THE PUBLIC.
The academic portion of training includes book-work, tests, writing assignments, reviews, skills tests and field trips.
Expect strict critique, redirection, and feedback. It's sexual boot-camp, and personal boundaries will be pushed!.
Successful completion of academic work allows students to participate in coaching sessions with a sex-coach mentor and actual clients.
Interns will also be guided and assigned to assist in teaching classes.
Once authorized by the mentor, interns will see clients on their own, then discuss cases with supervisors.
Graduates are awarded the status of Certified Sex Coach and are eligible to apply for open clinical positions at the Sexology Institute.
"This is not an online course, nor is it your typical classroom course: no automated grading, and no computerized tests. Every submission is individually reviewed, and we give personalized feedback. Once we get started, you'll be impressed with how invested we are in your education."
HOW IS THIS sex coach training program DIFFERENT FROM OTHER training PROGRAMS?
This program is intense, and at times overwhelming. Every assignment has a purpose, and you’ll quickly discover just how engaging this program is. If you’re looking for a traditional education, this is not it. Don’t expect to be lectured to. Don’t necessarily look for “correct” answer to questions. Knowing the right answer won’t automatically get you an “A”. Stretching yourself will!
In addition to the academic assignments, much of your education will come from practical training as you participate in field trips and the functions of the sexology institute which include interfacing with visitors, teaching classes, and working with coaching clients.
How long is training?
The program lasts approximately 12 weeks. The pace depends on your previous educational experience and your ability to timely fulfill assignments.
WILL I BE ASKED TO DO ANYTHING THAT I'M NOT COMFORTABLY WITH?
This program helps you discover your comfort boundaries, and you’ll be invited to discuss them. By giving you assignments that exceed your comfort level, you’ll become a new person. However, you’re always welcome and even encouraged to push back when the discomfort becomes too much. Training is not meant to cause excessive discord.
CAN I BE TRAINED EVEN IF I DON'T LIVE IN SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS?
At present, trainees need to be at the Sexology Institute at least a few times each month. Coaching sessions take place at the Sexology Institute and will require the student's attendance.
CAN I SEE THE COURSE SYLLABI?
If you are accepted for training, we'll present you with the course outline, which includes the reading list, a general overview of assignments and the clinical requirements.
WILL I ACTUALLY HAVE SEXUAL CONTACT WITH SOMEONE ELSE?
It depends on how much you want to learn. Students who are in an intimate relationship are encouraged to involve their parter as much as possible. The more “hands on” you are, the more you’ll understand what the lessons are trying to teach you. You will not be having sexual contact with clients or staff of the Sexology Institute.
For Consideration for Sex Coach Training
Completion of the application. See below.
Interview at the Sexology Institute.
Tuition: $1,200. May be paid in monthly installments of $400. Prorated refunds are given to students who end the program early.
Books: $150. Books may purchased, rented, or borrowed from any source.
Field-trips: $200+ payable to the various venues.