Sex Therapy in Philadelphia is located on Washington Square, in Center City. Each of our therapists have specialized training in sexual health as well as more traditional counseling areas such as anger, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, personality disorders, couples counseling, child & family therapy.
We help coach individuals and couples struggling with orgasm problems, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunctions, sexual fetishes, affairs and infidelity, STD’s (herpes, HPV), painful sex, vaginal spasms, low sex drive, sexual aversions, sexual trauma, fertility issues, BDSM, gay lesbian and bisexual relationships, open relationships, love & sex addiction, including internet and pornography compulsions and co-dependency.
Meet our Therapists
Prior to choosing a therapist, marriage counselor or family therapist to work with, we strongly encourage you to explore our enormous collection of self-help articles. These self-help articles not only will give you specific ideas for how to move forward, but will also provide you with personalized information about how we, as individual therapists, conceptualize an issue.
How to use this website
You don’t have to meet with us to benefit from our collective years of wisdom in this field. Many of our ideas are presented in the form of self help information that is available to you on this website free of charge.
Additionally, we offer sliding scale fees for individual, couples or family therapy services.
Self-help information, articles and tips
So what exactly is sex...
The four horsemen of communication...
Talk, talk, talk, talk that’s all you want to do: guidelines developed at the Center for Growth / Sex Therapy in Philadelphia to facilitate expression of emotions, understanding nonverbal communication and learning to listen.
Sex addiction recovery in Philadelphia: The first step in recovering from a sex addiction starts with you! True recovery means becoming honest with oneself
The steps of becoming a sex therapist are outlined in this article.
To engage in Fair Fighting Techniques, also known as creating safety through the use of an Imago Dialogue take the following steps.
Traditional monogamy is when two people who have never been romantically or sexually involved with anyone else previously remain sexually/romantically faithful to one another over the course of a lifetime.
Coping after an affair and learning how to trust again - This tip from Sex Therapy in Philadelphia/Center for Growth will address coping after an affair when you just knew something was not right
how to get the most out of couples therapy at the Center for growth / Sex Therapy in Philadelphia.