Registration OPEN for 2nd
Live Webinar MPTM Training!
APSATS is excited to announce that our next live webinar MPTM Training will be held the first two weeks in June, 2015. We will meet Friday & Saturday, June 5/6 and June 12/13.This format allows those who cannot travel to a training site to still obtain the MPTM training and then seek certification!
Our meeting times will be 8:30 AM Eastern until 4:30 PM Eastern with a one hour break for lunch on each day. The last day tends to end earlier.
Registration will be limited to 18 attendees!
Cost will be $850 if you register before May 28, 2015 and $950 after that date.
To register, to www.apsats.org and click on training.
Requirements to attend:
Once you are registered including payment for the training, you will receive via email information for your log in to the webinar.
The webinar will be conducted through Zoom.
You will be expected to be on camera throughout the training. There will be opportunities for interaction with other attendees throughout the training.
Training materials will be sent to you immediately prior to the webinar electronically in the form of PDF documents (included in the price of registration).
Questions? Contact APSATS at email@example.com or by calling 513-644-8023. Sign up today.
What is APSATS?
The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists (APSATS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the professional training and certification, public education, research, and advocacy for treatment of sex addiction- induced trauma. APSATS is the only organization that specializes in the preparation and certification of Partner Specialists. We train and certify Certified Clinical Partner Specialists (CCPS) and Certified Partner Coaches (CPC) who subscribe to a developing treatment model that acknowledges and responds to the traumatic stress found in partners affected by sex addiction.
You may be asking yourself, why should I bother obtaining more training and certification?
Why Seek Certification?
This certification will not only give you the ability to offer partners of sex addicts better treatment, but it will make you highly marketable. Since the release of the book Your Sexually Addicted Spouse, co-authored by Dr. Barbara Steffens, president of APSATS, partners are desperate to find professionals who work from this model! Emails are pouring in asking for referrals to therapists who have been trained by APSATS. Once you receive the certification (this four day course completes the training portion of the certification requirements), your name and information will be listed on the APSATS website.
Ingela Edwards, LPC, NCC, SRT, CCPS is an individual and marriage therapist