Elizabeth works with both individuals and couples and is also seeing individuals, couples, and families for time-limited sexuality education. She can not take insurance at this time, but she can see clients on a sliding scale.
Elizabeth is not currently accepting new clients.
Elizabeth recently acquired her social work license in MA. She initially came to The Meeting Point as an intern after completing two previous internships at the Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center and Fenway Health. She has a longstanding interest in working with GLBT individuals, couples, and families, as well as with non-monogamous individuals and others in alternative sexuality communities.
In addition to her academic social work training, Elizabeth has pursued additional training in Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy and completed post-graduate certificate programs in Sex Therapy and Trauma-Informed Therapy. Although she is still completing her clinical certification as a Sex Therapist, Elizabeth is an AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator and a Certified Health Education Specialist. As an educator and researcher, she has been working in the field of sexual health for more than 20 years.
Elizabeth Boskey sees sex therapy cases under the supervision of AASECT certified sex therapist Joseph Winn, LICSW. Ellen Rottersdam, LICSW, is her clinical supervisor for all other cases.
Selected Publications & Presentations:
Boskey, E. (June 2015) “Spirituality and Sexuality – When Religious Clients Present for Sex Therapy” Contemporary Sexuality
Boskey, E. (2014) “Understanding Transgender Identity Development in Childhood and Adolescence.” American Journal of Sex Education 9(4): 445-63 doi:10.1080/15546128.2014.973131
Boskey, E. (October 2013) ” Social and Medical Transitioning Options for Gender Non-Conforming Children” Contemporary Sexuality 47(9):1-6
Boskey, E. (August 2013) “Sexuality in the DSM 5: Research, Relevance, and Reaction” Contemporary Sexuality 47(7):1-5
Boskey, ER & Wexelblat M. (2016) “Integrating Sexuality, Relationships, and Gender Identity into Practice.” NASW-MA Symposium
Boskey, E. (2014) “Two (Relationships) Are Better Than One? Relationship Issues Affecting Polyamorous Patients.” Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy – Psychotherapy Center for Gender and Sexuality
Boskey, ER. (2013) “Oral Exam: The Risks and Pleasures of Oral Sex.” The National Sex Education Conference
Boskey, ER. (2012) “H?V: Demystifying the Viral STDs.” The National Sex Education Conference
Boskey, ER. (2011) “A Thin Glass Slide – Balancing Autonomy and Prevention in Women’s Health” The National Sex Education Conference