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What's the difference between "sex therapy" and "therapy"?

As a practitioner who focuses on sex positive therapy, I studied all the same things in school about mental health as any other ASW, however, as someone who is sex positive myself, I decided on taking classes after obtaining my Master's degree in order to focus on serving needs related to sexual health. This means I can address mental health problems such as depression and anxiety, while also having a deep understanding of different relationship models, the impact of sex being painful, and alternative sexual desires. 

What is an ASW or an "Associate Therapist"?

ASW stands for Associate Clinical Social Worker. This is a type of associate therapist or pre-licensed therapist registration in California. It means that I have completed my Master's of Social Work, but have not yet completed my 3000 hours of working under supervision or my final licensing exam. As a result, I am currently working under my supervisor, David Rose, to accumulate my hours.

Do you accept insurance?

We are currently an out-of-network provider, which means we do not accept health insurance. However, we can issue a superbill for you to submit to your insurance company if they offer reimbursement for out-of-network providers.

What are your rates?

Individuals: $125-$145

Multiples: $150-$195

I have a limited number of lower sliding scale spots reserved for low-income clients.

How do I know if you are the right therapist for me?

Finding the right mental health care provider can be a difficult process. I am dedicated to you finding the person that is best for you. That's why we offer a free consultation, so that you get to see if you feel like we are a good fit. I am always open to feedback and am here to help you in finding whatever supports you the best (even if that's not me).

Additional questions?

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