Ethical Practice In Somatic Sex Education
As a professional sexuality educator, I strive to practice with honesty and integrity, within appropriate boundaries and clearly-defined roles.
My primary commitment is to the health, well-being, and safety of my clients.
Before working with me, I encourage prospective clients to consider their ability to work successfully with a somatic sex educator by consulting this checklist offered by the SSEA.
I offer prospective clients a free, no-obligation Discovery Call so they may ask questions and learn more about what I do before deciding if they would like to work with me.
I am the past President and a professional member in good standing of the Somatic Sex Educators Association (SSEA) and as such, I adhere to this pledge: I am also a professional member in good standing of the Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers
I believe ongoing professional development and peer mentorship are vital to the ethical practice of Somatic Sex Education. I meet regularly with a group of colleagues for supervision where we discuss issues we are encountering in practice, share ideas and resources, and get oversight on ethical issues before they become problems. I attend seminars, webinars and Community of Practice calls weekly, and read extensively to keep up with the latest neuroscience, sexuality education and somatic coaching theory.