Her unconventional style is geared toward getting men (of course) to seek the benefits of psychotherapy.
"For men especially, who are less likely than women to go to therapy, it is more interesting, more enticing, more exciting," White told the New York Daily News. "It's a more inspiring approach to therapy."
An hourlong session with White, 24, is part therapeutic treatment, part burlesque show. Conducted through a live video camera with online chatting with her patient, White -- the self-proclaimed "Naked Therapist" -- begins fully clothed but eventually strips down to her birthday suit.
"The goal is to show patients I have nothing to hide and to encourage them to be more honest," White explained to The Daily, Rupert Murdoch's iPad newspaper.
She has about 30 patients paying $150 a session to be treated for a variety of relationship maladies and sexual hang-ups. When she establishes trust with her clients, they graduate to two-way video feeds and potentially face-to-face appointments.
The naked therapy business is run through her website, sarahwhitelive.com, which includes pictures of her seductively dressed in lingerie.
Some industry professionals slammed her racy approach.
"She's using the word "therapy" here, but I don't consider this therapy," Diana Kirschner, a New York-based clinical psychologist, told the Daily News. "I consider this interactive soft-core Internet porn."
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