Alisha Worthington, CSW, Sex Educator
Welcome. I am aware of the courage it takes to consider seeking support and/or therapy and invite you to gently exhale, release the tension you may be experiencing in your body, and know that even taking this step is an act of self-compassion and, potentially, the first step toward greater healing, awareness and empowerment.
I work by listening in a non-judgmental, curious way. I hope to work collaboratively with you, building upon your strengths, to explore and remove barriers, increase coping methods, and/or help fill gaps in communication skills , sexual health education, relationship/parenthood/motherhood knowledge and other areas of specific needs.
My unique skill-set is built upon extensive life experience parenting seven children, advanced training in sexuality and perinatal mood disorders, and supporting individuals through faith challenges via pastoral care.
Master’s Degree, University of Southern California, 2018 -- Social Work with emphasis in Adults and Healthy Aging
Bachelor's Degree, Brigham Young University, 2010 -- Social Work
Co-Author Real Intimacy, a Couple’s Guide to Real, Genuine Intimacy
Presenter at numerous conferences, workshops and Podcasts such as; On the Edge of the Bed, Yes! You Can Talk to Your Kids About Sex, North Star International Conference, LDS Holistic Living, Sunstone, The Maturation Class You Wish You Had -- For Mothers and Daughters, Birds and Bees Podcast, Dating Divas Webinar, Loveumentary Podcast
Featured on X96 Radio From Hell, Family First International (regular contributor), KSL News, KUTV News