The post-graduate mentorship is a self-paced learning program of up to six months with the guidance and supervision of a core faculty member at ISSS. Your mentor will review your practice sessions with clients, guide you in offering workshops and group sessions, and support you in developing and completing a research project on your unique contribution to the field. Student and mentor agree on a plan that is approved by all core faculty at the Institute, who may contribute suggestions. Tracy Montgomery, somatic sex educator and Creative Administrator at the Institute, will be your liaison with ISSS. This program requires approximately 100 hours of your time, including planning, research and writing. You will also be asked to review materials from current discussions on ethics and contribute to a discussion of ethics, boundaries and best practices.