Membership information

People who work in psychosexual therapy and sexuality education can find themselves working as sole-practitioners in isolation from other therapists and educators. Membership of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd (SAS) provides you with access to support and like-minded individuals who can offer support in career and professional development.

Members of SAS are committed to enhancing and maintaining the profession of clinical sexology, psychosexual therapy and sexuality education. By becoming a member of SAS, you will join a vibrant growing body of professionals where sexuality is a fundamental human right.

Who can become a Member?

The Society welcomes potential members who are professionals engaged in the field of sexology or human sexuality with training in these areas from a recognised academic institution. Members agree to the aims and objectives of the Society and to abide by the Code of Ethics and Conduct. The Society welcomes  members who have primary professional registration in a number of areas, including professionals such as GPs, Occupational Therapists, Sexual Health Physicians, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Midwives, Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Teachers, and students working towards a sexological qualification.

Benefits of Membership

As Australia’s National and leading body for psychosexual therapy, sexology and sexuality education, membership of SAS brings a number of benefits. Together we can provide a voice for the profession.

  1. Exclusive offers for SAS members
  2. Information
  3. Support for Your Continuing Professional and Career Development
  4. Professional and Effective Advocacy on Your Behalf
  5. Business Development
  6. Benefits to Achieving Accredited Status

Categories and Grades of Membership

  • General Member
  • Student Member
  • Provisional Psychosexual Therapist or Provisional Sexuality Educator
  • Clinical Psychosexual Therapist or Clinical Sexuality Educator
  • Honorary Life Membership
  • Life Membership

Note that individuals must first become General or Student members before applying for Provisional or Clinical categories of membership.