Sarah White, 24-year old therapist in New York, uses a strange technique – she progressively removes her clothes during the session. The session starts with her being fully clothed, but as the session goes on, she takes off her clothes, one by one, till she is “fully naked”.

“For men especially, who are less likely than women to go to therapy, it is more interesting, more enticing, more exciting,” said White. “It’s a more inspiring approach to therapy.”

“Freud used free association,” she said. “I use nakedness.”Source: www.nydailynews.com

 

To schedule appointment go to her website – sarahwhitelive.com. The sessions (cost $150) start via a one-way Web cam and text chat and as she develops rapport, she moves to 2–way session via Skype and even does it in-person.

 

Hi, I’m Sarah White, the Naked Therapist. Thank you for visiting my site! Here you can find information on my Naked Therapy practice (a discipline I founded), as well as my other pursuits. You can learn more about Naked Therapy here, and you can book a session here.

I am currently studying psychology and collecting research for a dissertation on Naked Therapy, and I also dabble or have dabbled in other areas which you can find through the “more” link in the above menu – modeling, photography, coding, and further therapeutic musings. Looking through it all should give you an idea as to why I was voted one of Wired.com’s Top Ten Sexiest Geeks 2010 :)

I really enjoy talking to people about what’s on their minds, so feel free to book a session or shoot me an email at me@sarahwhitelive.com. And if you want to receive occasional updates, please sign up for my newsletter.

I look forward to hearing from you!

xoxo
Sarah

Source: sarahwhitelive.com

And as you might expect, she is not licensed therapist!

About Naked therapy

 

In one sense, that’s easy to say. It’s therapy that involves getting and/or being naked on the part of the therapist (me) and/or the patient (you). It takes place in one-on-one private web cam sessions in which we converse about whatever’s on your mind and/or you present issues and I help you think them through, explore them, and better understand them. During these sessions, I use the power of arousal to help you gain more control over your life. Depending on what you want, I start the session naked…or I start clothed and slowly get naked…or….it really depends on what you want.

And that’s why, in another sense, it’s not so simple to say what Naked Therapy “is,” because it’s different for every man (or woman). Together we determine the course of our sessions. The goal is to use nakedness as a therapeutic modality so you can understand yourself and your world better, so you can feel great and powerful, and so the excitement you feel during the sessions can lead to more excitement outside the sessions. So like massage therapy uses massage, psychotherapy uses psychology, and aromatherapy uses scents, Naked Therapy uses nakedness to feel freer and stronger and healthier and happier.

Some of my clients are single men who are trying to get better at meeting girls. Some are married men who simply want to talk to a woman other than their wife. Some are having sexual or relationship problems and want help working through them. Some have unresolved issues from childhood that are keeping them from realizing their full potential. Some are frustrated and need to vent to someone. Some want to stop looking at pornography and find that interacting with me helps them do that. Some of my clients simply want to feel appreciated and understood.

But for every client, nakedness allows you to let go of restrictions and inhibitions and also instantly establishes a communicative, intimate, and trusting relationship between us. Instead of the cold, objective, impersonal demeanor of the traditional therapist, you encounter me, just as I am and with nothing to hide, and as a result you feel closer to me, less inhibited around me, and by being turned on you’re able to discover things you might not with a clothed therapist.

Source: sarahwhitelive.com

 

Some might call it soft pornography? While some will question if the patient be able to focus with a naked woman in the room? But overall, it might not be bad idea – with no inhibitions and no shame, won’t we be able to talk about some naked truth about our problems?

 

 

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