Training, Certification, Research & Advocacy.March 2, 2016
Join us in Colorado Springs in April!
APSATS will be participating in a conference in Colorado Springs, April 21-23 2016. APSATS will be providing a pre-conference on the 21st with workshops on the MPTM, Conducting Disclosures that are Partner Trauma informed, working with couples, etc. We join with IACSAS to provide a great networking and learning opportunity!! Learn More
UPCOMING TRAININGS TOWARD CERTIFICATION
APSATS 4 Day MPTM Live Training
June 3/4 & June 10/11, 2016
Registration is now open
Our next live web-based training is coming soon! Registration is open and we are filling fast. This 4 day training will take place over 2 weeks, meeting on the last two Fridays & Saturdays in January.
These web-based trainings require you be at a computer with good internet access, microphone and webcam. The training will cover all of the material you'd receive in our face to face training, but from the comfort of your home or office and no travel!
Register right away to make sure you don't miss this opportunity.
Requirements to attend all trainings:
Introducing Michael Perry, Executive Director!
We are very excited to announce that we have hired Michael Perry as our Executive Director to help lead APSATS into our next stages of growth. Michael comes to us with strong background in directing non-profit organizations and in fund-raising. He is also a trained clinician who is trauma-informed! Watch for more information as he settles into his role with us.
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.
Ingela Edwards, LPC, NCC, SRT, CCPS is an individual and marriage therapist