The MNU Sexual Addictions Treatment Provider Certification is designed to train post-graduate clinicians from a faith-based perspective. This online, 15-hour program with a dual emphasis on quality training and clinical application is designed to prepare you for work in treating those who struggle with issues related to sexual obsessions and addictions.
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Meets fully online
Fulfill 15 credit hours at $341 per credit hour
Complete your Certificate in 12 months
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Latest research on the prevalance of those who struggle with sexual addictions reveals that around 37 million people struggle today with issues surrounding this crippling addiction. Fifteen years ago, therapists rarely talked about having to address sexual addictions within their practice. With the emergence of the Internet and other easily accessible images and experiences, therapists are now talking about 50% of their clientele presenting with sexual addictions as either a primary or secondary issue.
Traditional training programs in therapy have not been equipped with the resources to assist in preparing students for effective work with this population. Become certified to help these people with the SATP certification from MidAmerica Nazarene University.
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