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Canadian Union of Professional Sexologists

Official Web Site 


About this site

The Canadian Union of Professional Sexologists (CUPS) is a nonprofit professional union that was incorporated in Quebec, Canada on August 17th, 1991 for the purpose of providing professional standards for the training and certification of Sexologists, and those institutions that offer training in Sexology, as well as providing recognition of the work of other professionals involved in the fields of Sexology and Erotology.

Canadian Union of Professional Sexologists (CUPS)

In addition, The Canadian Union of Professional Sexologists also seeks to address the following goals:

 

  • The development and promotion of the discipline of Sexology worldwide.
  • Defining the scope of sexology to include a broad range of sexuality professionals, clinical sexologists, sex educators, sex researchers, Sexological body workers, appraisers of erotological material and members of the sex industry.
  • The establishment of a mechanism for facilitating communications among sexologists.

 

 

The Canadian Union of Professional Sexologists is managed by;

 

Dr. Peter Veniez,

Dr. Peter Veniez, CEO, Executive Director and a Board of Directors serves in an advisory capacity. Various committees composed of members of CUPS and members of the Advisory Board help to expedite the work of the professional union.

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[August 13, 2008]

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[August 05, 2008]

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[August 01, 2008]

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[August 01, 2008]

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