Scott Church, MA, LPCC
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Master of Arts, Contemplative Counseling Psychology
Somatic Experiencing (SE) – Beginning and Intermediate
Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT) – Level I and Level II
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy – ACT I and ACT II
Compulsive Sexual Behavior/Sex Addiction: Many healthcare workers view and treat compulsive behavior as an “addiction, ” with sexual behavior being the primary problem. The addiction model is typically based on 12-step programs that focus on refraining from sexual behavior judged inappropriate by the program, rather than cultivating sexual behaviors that support a healthy and unique expression of your sexuality. As an alternative or adjunct to this approach, I work with compulsive sexual behavior as a potential symptom of some greater underlying cause that, when addressed, can lead to greater fulfillment and closeness in your sexual and intimate relationships.
Couple/Relationship Counseling: I welcome diversity in working with all relationships, whether heterosexual, same-sex, monogamous, polyamorous, open, or anything in between. By employing a psychobiological approach (PACT), we can explore dynamics in the relationship around communication, attachment, and regulation to better understand how the mind and body impact relationship.
Sexuality: I celebrate diversity in gender and sexual orientation, as well as all forms of sexual expression, preferences, and fetishes from vanilla to kink and everything in between.
Sexual Abuse/Trauma: I use Somatic Experiencing (SE) to include the mind and body for a more holistic approach to engaging trauma.
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I do not work directly with insurance providers, accept insurance, or file claims for insurance reimbursement. However, I am happy to provide you with a super bill for you to submit to your insurance company/healthcare plan for possible reimbursement.