The Society welcomes potential members who are engaged in the field of sexology or human sexuality, including those 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, Advocates, and students working towards a sexological qualification. Members agree to the aims and objectives of the Society and to abide by the Code of Ethics and Conduct.
People who work as sexologists, particularly in psychosexual therapy and sexuality education, can find themselves working as sole-practitioners in isolation from other professionals. Membership of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd (SAS) provides you with access to professional development, supervision and mentoring, and a commnunity of like-minded individuals who can offer support in your career.
Who can become a Student Member?
To be eligible for student membership, you must be:
Who can become a General Member?
To be eligible for general membership as a sexologist, you must be:
The Society welcomes sexologists who have a diverse range of backgrounds. This might include professionals working as; GP's, Occupational Therapists, Sexual Health Physicians, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Midwives, Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Teachers, and in health promotion, research and advocacy.
Sexologists are qualified to work in their chosen fields. They may also choose to purse accreditation pathways.
Who can become an Accredited Member?
To be eligible for accreditation pathway as either a Psychosexual Therapist or Sexuality Educator, you must be:
Note that sexologists must first become General members before applying for Provisional or Clinical categories of membership.Learn more about accreditation
Membership Types and Rates
*Fees are calculated prorata based on join date