I'm not just a therapist who likes working with queer folks and sexuality issues. I attended a clinical sexology program at Widener University and received my Masters of Social Work and my Masters of Education in Human Sexuality. Widener's is one of the only accredited sex therapy programs in the United States. I also have extensive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy training, which informs my work. I've spent most of my career either in community mental health settings or doing sex and relationship therapy.
This means that if you're dealing with it, I've probably seen it before. It can be a comfort to know that you won't be the first client that your therapist sees with a specific identity, lifestyle, challenge, background, etc. I believe strongly in warm, non-judgmental care for all of my clients, no matter who they are and what they've gone through.
I am out-of-network with all insurance providers, but I can provide a superbill for potential out-of-network reimbursement.