Our next training will be May 14- 17, 2014 in the West Palm Beach area. Registration is now open! The training will take place at the West Palm Beach Marriott. This will be a full training, so we recommend registering early! This sounds like it is going to be a wonderful site with opportunities for fun after a long day of training! I hope you can join us. We will have a limited number of hotel rooms at reduced rates, so please register early! Early Bird Registration is extended to March 30! If you know someone who may benefit, please forward this email to them.National Continuing Education coverage is available.The 4 day Multidimensional Partner Trauma Model Training is approved by four national professional organizations for over 20 hours of continuing education. We can provide Continuing Education credit for the International Coach Federation (ICF), National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC), and now the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)! Updated Website!We’ve recently updated our website to improve its navigation and to make it easier for you to find what you need on the site. Our new domain name is www.APSATS.org. Check it out!Training open to students and clergy!APSATS training is perfect for grad students or even undergrad students as well as those in ministry who want to learn more about how to help partners. Graduates of our training will be given a certificate of completion and the training will count towards full certification upon completion of all required elements. Come join 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.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.Join with us!Please sign up to receive regular information on training opportunities, locations, research, and advocacy issues related to Sex Addiction Induced Trauma.