Scott Church, MA, LPCC
|Professions: Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Psychotherapy|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: LPCC - #0014395|
Billing and Insurance
I do not work with insurance companies
Fees: The standard rate for a 55-minute individual, couple/relationship, family/group, or distance counseling session is $120, with longer sessions available upon request at an additional charge. Payments can be made via cash, check, credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover), or PayPal. 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.
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If you sometimes wonder if there is something wrong with you, you are not alone. So many of those I work with come in feeling as though they are broken and need to be fixed, especially in regards to issues surrounding sexuality, sexual orientation, gender expression, sexual behavior, and sexual abuse/trauma. Many therapists use 12-step programs to treat sex addiction or only use traditional talk-based approaches to address sexual abuse/trauma. While these methods can be helpful, they are also often limited and do not work for everyone.
For this reason, I draw from a variety of proven therapeutic modalities that promote acceptance, integrate the mind-body connection, and utilize and celebrate our inherent wellness and ability to heal and feel whole. I offer a safe environment, free from judgment, where you can feel accepted for who you are, as you are.
Together, we can identify, explore, and address the places in your life where you feel stuck, uncertain, or in pain, and create effective solutions that honor your history, identity, needs, and goals. I take an informed, holistic approach to healing. I firmly believe that we are all inherently healthy and, with the right conditions and support, capable of living healthy, productive, and joyful lives.
Email or Call Scott Church, MA, LPCC at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 25859
More Info About My Practice
I draw from a variety of modalities and tailor sessions to meet the specific needs of the individuals and those in relationship(s) I work with in my practice. I am interested in, welcome, and celebrate diversity in gender, sexuality/sexual orientation, and sexual expression.
My main specialties and areas of expertise include: compulsive sexual behavior, sexual abuse and trauma, sex therapy: gender identity, sexuality, and intimacy, and couple/relationship counseling, but I also work with the depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and interpersonal relationship issues that often arise when we are struggling with these aspects of ourselves. I believe that with compassionate support and skilled guidance, you can cultivate the inherent wisdom and wellness that resides within to accept yourself, love yourself, and heal yourself and your relationship(s).
I commonly draw from modalities, such as: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help clients work toward acceptance, self-love, and make friends with all parts of themselves, Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT) to help couples bring clarity to thoughts and emotions in order to better understand and attune to each other, and Somatic Experiencing (SE) to help survivors of sexual abuse and other forms of trauma join the mind and the body to heal the wounds and effects of trauma.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
If you are struggling with unresolved trauma, experiencing turmoil in your relationship(s) or grappling with issues concerning gender identity or sexuality, I strongly encourage you to make an investment in yourself and your current and future wellbeing. Resolving issues now and coming to a place of self-love and self-acceptance can open up so many wonderful possibilities in your life. And, so much relief and insight can come with finally speaking your truth out loud to another person.
How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist
As a survivor of sexual abuse, a gay male who has been sexually active in many communities and engaged in countless conversations about sex and gender, and a skilled therapist, I am able to provide completely non-judgmental, compassionate and encouraging guidance and support. I know both personally and professionally the power of therapy and believe in the human capacity to heal.
The Duration and Frequency of Therapy
Therapy does not have to take forever. The approach we take and the length of the therapy process really depend on your unique experience, specific goals and how willing you are to engage in the process. Most people experience relief early in the process, and many go on to do the deeper work of self-exploration, which has helped them make significant, lasting shifts in their perspectives and lives. By investing in yourself, you too, truly can learn valuable skills, increase self-awareness, make productive changes to your thinking and behavior patterns, and live and love your empowered, fulfilling life.
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Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Group Therapy
Ages I Work With
Groups I Work With
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