Los Angeles Sex Therapy (LAST) Collective
All Sessions VIRTUAL....
We provide online sex therapy, psychotherapy, counseling and coaching for relationships, gender, mental health concerns, life transitions, career, spirituality, sex therapy and education.
We are sex-positive, kink, poly, LGBTQIA, BIPOC, sex worker communities, and intersectionality affirming.
Sex & Relationship Coaching is available EVERYWHERE, regardless of location!
All you need is a Wifi connection or Phone.
We also now offer Psychdelic Integration Therapy
All Sessions are done via Video or Phone
Los Angeles Sex Therapy psychpotherapists are licensed to provide psychotherapy, sex therapy, couples therapy.
We also have a sex & relationship coaches who work with you regardless of location.
Read through our site to learn more, or simply get in touch.
Learn more about our services including psychedelic integration, and the difference between coaching and therapy, here.
MEET THE TEAM
MELISSA LESANE, LMFT
Melissa is passionate about relationships and sexuality specifically working with and around consensual non-monogamy. She is especially excited in supporting people of color in their personal, spiritual, political and relational exploration.
Melissa believes that which is expressive, creative, and playful are the vehicles to our deeper selves.
Melissa Le Sane has a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California
Dr. P. McCall-Robinson, Psy.D
Dr. Robinson is currently the founder and CEO of Nsight.Me LLC and United States Patent owner of the sex toy Sugah Lipz.
Dr. Robinson is a licensed psychologist and has over 18 years of experience in the social service sector. She has practiced in private settings, psychiatric hospitals, outpatient, geriatric settings, prisons, in home-care, as well as group homes.
Dr. Robinson became interested in caring for individuals with mental illnesses, especially in underserved populations and minority groups during her early work history in helping people with various mental health issues which motivated her to further her knowledge in psychology.
Elle Hawkins, LCSW
Elizabeth "Elle" Hawkins is a licensed clinical social worker experienced in working with people across the gender spectrum, adults living with disability and chronic illness, survivors of domestic violence, people managing substance use, and those navigating grief and loss.
Elle completed their Master of Science in Social Work degree at the University of Texas at Austin, and is trained in EMDR, Somatica Attachment Therapy, and the developmental model of couples counseling. With a focus on empowering people to slow down, find their authentic voice, and consciously craft their path, Elle looks forward to working with you toward more authentic, connected, and FUN expressions of self.
Check out their website for more information: ellecsw.com
Elle is licensed in California and Texas
Kelly Jones, LMFT she/her/hers
Kelly graduated with her Masters degree from Phillips Graduate Institute in Los Angeles, and prior worked as an associate at The Relational Center.
Kelly's work advocates personal, interpersonal, and social practices that inspire stronger, more resilient relationships. Her passion is working with clients around dismantling harmful tropes and navigating the waters in-between.
Kelly's work is social justice & trauma informed.
Something that she sees on a regular basis is religious trauma around sexual orientation, practices and gender identity.
Kelly is looking forward to holding space for these explorations while providing a healing and safe space for you to nourish yourself, your surroundings and your connections.
Abby Durgan, ASW
Abby is passionate about sex positivity, and healing the connection between how we feel in our bodies and how we show up in our relationships. Her previous work explored different facets of this healing, from working with people with eating disorders, to people experiencing gender dysphoria and seeking gender-affirming surgery, to people charged with sex offenses and people who experienced sexual trauma.
Abby uses a trauma-informed lens with each client, and the modalities they use include: motivational interviewing, mindfulness, meditation, somatic experiencing, family systems and dialectical behavioral therapy. That being said, the key to effective therapy is a nonjudgemental, secure relationship between the client and clinician, so that is their primary tool.
Abby uses an abolitionist approach to therapy, which means she views individuals as shaped by the overlapping, violent “isms” of our society: White supremacy, anti-Blackness, capitalism, fatphobia, homophobia, transphobia, and others. They believe that understanding systemic oppression emboldens us to build healing practices on a smaller scale: in our personal lives and communities.
Abby earned their Masters of Social Work at Columbia School of Social Work and her BSEd in Human Development and Psychological Services at Northwestern University.
Victoria Gerdts, ACSW, MPA (she, her, ella)
Victoria is a bilingual Latine clinical social worker and death doula experienced in working with people living with disability and chronic illness, sex workers, survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, reproductive issues, end of life, and those struggling with cultural identity and trauma due to religion, immigration, race/ethnicity, multigenerational trauma, and attachment issues. She provides support to individuals, couples, kink, and various polyamorous/ethically non-monogamous relational structures to guide them towards sexual wellness and health with an emphasis on communication, pleasure, and intimacy. She is also an advocate in combatting stigma in regards to STI/STDs and providing education on safe disclosures. She has presented at sexual health conferences and centers on a radical justice, anti-colonial, feminist, and multicultural framework.
Victoria received her Masters of Social Work and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Southern California. She currently serves as a workshop host to Uncaged Hearts, a sex-positive event and community planning company, and as a hospital social worker. Her modalities include CBT, motivational interviewing, bereavement and grief support, mindfulness and meditation, and harm reduction strategies. She is nonjudgmental, compassionate, and empathetic to the couples and individuals she works with regardless of housing, socioeconomic, gender/sexual orientation, and ability of each person.
Kane Slosburg, APCC she/they
Kane is a queer Jewish clinican trained in both Psychodynamic and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
She/they received their Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Family Institute at Northwestern and continued there for a fellowship in Mindfulness and Behavior Therapies. Her approach to therapy is informed by combining the philosophy and practice of these two modalities. Clients can expect Kane to be non-judgmental, validating, and curious about their story, balanced by skill-based support for positive change.
As such, Kane enjoys working with range of clients; those at the beginning of the path of uncovering the big questions to folks looking for skill tune ups in their day-to day lives. As part of supporting clients working towards understanding the self, Kane also holds space to explore systems that impact the self and welcomes discussion and exploration on how social identities play a roll both inside and outside the therapeutic room.
Prior to counseling, Kane was a research assistant studying consciousness, mindfulness, romantic relationships, passion, and creativity. She believes there is always more learn and further to grow.
Devin Green, APCC
Psychedelic Assist +
Sex & Relationship Coach
Devin believes in cultivating a transpersonal approach to coaching, which promotes every human's potential to accessible wellbeing.
With both personal and professional experience in non ordinary states of consciousness, her passion lies in exploring all the alternative ways that one can show up in the world.
Devin graduated with her Masters in Mental Health Counseling at Long Island University and has experience working with diverse populations, ranging from children to adults.
She is currently pursuing her PhD in Consciousness, Spirituality, & Integrative Health at Saybrook University, and is most passionate about providing an explorative yet safe place for individuals to achieve their highest selves.
Depending on your specific needs, she offers DBT techniques such as mindfulness, as well as CBT and trauma focused approaches such as challenging negative beliefs, shadow work, psychedelic assisted and exposure work.
She takes a collaborative and playful approach to treatment and is excited to guide you through the many discoveries of self.
Janet Bayramyan Generales, LCSW
Janet is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker licensed in the states of California and Florida. Her belief is that therapy should be supportive and trauma-informed. Additionally, it should be culturally sensitive and consider all the layers of one’s identity, including gender, race, and sexuality.
Janet is aware of the complex impact of trauma, no matter how big or small, on an individual and a relationship. Her approach integrates this knowledge into every aspect of your treatment.
As an EMDR certified psychotherapist and supervisor who is also trained in Attachment Focused EMDR, the Havening Techniques, and other trauma modalities, Janet help's clients and therapists understand and process the impact of trauma towards moving through states of protection and connection in their nervous system to establish an embodied sense of safety.
Felicia Hunt, AMFT
Meet The Founder and The Executive Team
Wayne LeSane, CSRC
Sex & Relationship Coach
In 1971 Washington D.C, I was born and raised in a culture of hidden and repressed emotions. Through life’s journeys, travel, and gained experiences, I was able to unlearn and let go of a lot of conditioning from childhood around intimacy, sex and relationships.
I have been consciously non-monogamous for about 25 years, including my current relationship and marriage of 19 years.
I absolutely love talking about sex and relationships, especially dating culture and non-monogamy with anyone who is open to engage and explore.
My strength lies in my ability to help folks see all the options that are truly in front of them and to help make their desires reality by getting as creative as they want to be.
Jamie Azar, CSRC
Sex & Relationship Coach
Jamie Azar is a sex, relationship, and intimacy coach, educator, writer, and mindfulness practitioner. She offers 1-1 coaching with singles, couples, throuples + to co-create a safe, sex-positive, transformative, liberating, and empowering space that fosters personal and relational growth. She specializes in dismantling limiting beliefs, deconstructing, and destigmatizing harmful narrative constructs, to help clients reframe and redefine their understandings of selfhood, sex, sexuality, and relationships.
Meet The Executive Team
Moushumi Ghose, MFT
Founder and Director
Moushumi Ghose is licensed therapist, a sex-positive advocate and the founder of Los Angeles Sex Therapy (L.A.S.T.) and Pleasure PsychTM Sex Coaching Certification Program.
Her passion is around advocacy and change by breaking down barriers for better relationships and sex.
She has appeared in the media and her writing has appeared in numerous publications. She is the creator of a documentary film series and videos in hopes of undoing harmful messages around sex, and sexuality.
Abigail oversees much of the day-to-day administrative and operational functions including intakes.
Abigail's passions are helping people and creating and desigining sustainable systems.
When not managing the financials/payroll of L.A.S.T. & her other clients, Marnie is a published writer, actor and burlesque performer. Working as a full-charge bookkeeper enables her to pay the bills.
You can read more about Marnie on her website