Jessica’s practice centers around exploring and integrating all dimensions of the self. She uses her systemic training to help clients explore how their varied experiences and relationships may contribute to concerns around sexuality, and vice versa. Jessica recently earned a master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy with a specialization in sex therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. She employs a combination of theoretical frameworks and techniques to tailor treatment to each client’s unique goals. Jessica has worked with a diverse population of clients experiencing a wide range of clinical concerns and is LGBTQ+ and kink affirming. She enjoys working with individuals and couples to re-discover pleasure, passion, and power in sexuality. She is dedicated to creating a collaborative, compassionate space in which to do this work. Jessica is currently working towards her AASECT certification in sex therapy with supervision from Dan Rosen, LCSW-R, CST, CSTS and Megan Barrett, LMFT, CST.
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- Early Professional AASECT member (July 2020-present)
December 2020 Rochester Woman Online article on The Gift of Self-Pleasure.