Sarah Brock Chavez (she/they)

Accepting Clients

I identify as a queer, femme, Chicana therapist. I provide Psychotherapy that is Intersectional and Trauma-informed.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Los Angeles, CA

About My Clients

Specializing in LGBQ+ identities and relationships, Trans/NB/Gender-expansive adults (and parents of), trauma, survivorship, body image, shame, women’s empowerment, intersectional identities, decolonizing healing, Chicanx experiences, mixed race identities, poly/non-monog experiences/relationships, sex work, kink, Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment, queer parenting, chronic pain, neural circuit pain, and mind-body symptoms.

My Background and Approach

Combining techniques of traditional Psychodynamic Therapy as well as Somatic Therapy together we investigate your past and what is happening currently in your body (physical pain, ailments, sensations) in relation to environmental triggers (systemic racism, queer & trans-phobia, sexism, micro-aggressions), as well as attachment styles that inform your core beliefs to get you to a place of a fully developed and embodied sense of self and well being. I aim to provide a safe space for folks to better understand and unpack their oppression to find empowerment through understanding and self-discovery. Specializing in intersectional LGBQ+ identities and relationships, Trans/NB/Gender-expansive youth and adults (and parents of), trauma, survivorship, body image, shame, amongst others.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

Seeking out a therapist who understands systemic oppression, cultural factors related to identity, and how they may exacerbate organic symptoms should be easier. With this in mind, I orient my therapeutic work (and life) in acknowledgement of the many systems (overt and covert) that impact folks whose identities fall along the margins. We have life experiences that result in traumatic stress that amplify typical life stressors. In consideration of all of these things, my healing work is “holistic”, in that I consider the individual and the impact of oppressive systems in treatment. I also recognize that privilege is important to consider in tandem with other identities, especially in relation to healing work. I acknowledge the inherent privilege that my light skin and citizenship have offered me and I am in a constant quest to unpack both in relation to my work/relationship with others but also to wield them to protect and uplift my Black, brown-skinned, and undocumented siblings.

Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Out of Network
I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 8 years of practice
  • Languages: English, Español
  • Rate: $130 - 235/session


310-943-1023 Email Sarah
2900 Riverside Dr.
Suite 1
Los Angeles, CA 90039
4647 Long Beach Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90805

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