Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 08:55 AM
If you were seeking out counselling, would you go to a Counselor such as Sarah White?
Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 08:59 AM
but as a counceller, no chance, she is more of a stripper, is she not? and highly paid it seems
Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 09:21 AM
Would it be fair to say that if being naked helps clients become free of their inhibitions, isn't that just another tool being used?
Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:45 AM
I'm sceptical but i won't write it off as nonsense. People respond to things differently i guess but I don't think it would benefit me if i needed counselling.
Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 05:20 PM
she isnt even licensed.
Posted Wed Mar 09, 2011 06:35 PM
Posted Tue Apr 19, 2011 07:25 AM
The one she picked out was this woman who worked out of her house, having converted her garage into offices. I thought she was a bit nutty, but #1 really loved her so I stuck with it. So at this one session she reveals her plan of "naked therapy". Her theory was if all three of us were naked it would strip away all barriers, forcing us to reveal our innermost selves, the "naked truth" so to speak.
I thought (and still do) it was a daft idea, but #1 had been seeing her alone as well as with me, and the two of them had been doing this naked therapy for a while and seemed to love it. Well, at the time I still wanted to try and patch things up with #1 so I agreed. Over several weeks we did some odd stuff like stare at each other, do pillow fights, go outside and spray each other down with a water hose to "wash away" our past frustrations (she had a privacy fence around her back yard so nudity wasn't an issue). This whole thing eventually shifted into what she called "love therapy" but what I called "her watching us fuck".
Short version is, it didn't help, #1 and I still broke up, and I still think the therapist was a pervert who just wanted to see live sex shows from her patients. I later found out that while she was licensed, she'd been investigated several times. Seems she'd move to a state, stay a couple of years, then when the state would begin to investigate she'd move. Since she'd no longer be in that state, they'd drop the investigation siting no jurisdiction.
I admit there was somewhat of an expressionistic thrill on my part, so at least I got something out of it besides a big bill (most of which the insurance company did pay for LOL).