The Center for Growth

Redefining Sexual Values

Do you sometimes wonder after surviving a divorce whether anyone will ever find you attractive again?  Is it difficult to even think about being intimate with someone other than your former spouse? 

Beliefs About Sex

We all have underlying beliefs about sex, about ourselves, our bodies and how it “should be.”  But most of us think of these as FACTS, not beliefs.  If left unexamined, these beliefs about sex c

Sex and Pregnancy: The Third Trimester

Sex and pregnancy, during the third trimester can be the most complicated stage.  Body pain, such as breast tenderness may challenge your ability to feel sexy, and your belly is bigger than ever (and

Sex Therapy and Counseling in Philadelphia

sex therapy philadelphia So what exactly is sex therapy? Simply put, sex therapy refers to a therapist discussing sexual problems with a client. Sex therapy is superior to other forms of therapy for sexual problems because

The Four Horsemen of Communication

The four horsemen of communication - a common theme among married couples is that anger and fighting are viewed as negative within the relationship. According to John Gottman, a leader in couple’s c

Surviving Divorce 101

Are you struggling with a recent separation?  Are you numb about your impending divorce?  Has it been difficult to “bounce back” after the split? Surviving divorce is a difficult and painful

ReCentering Yourself After A Break-Up

You just broke up with your partner, and you now find yourself with an enormous amount of energy that you used to spend on that person. Take this opportunity to re-center that energy onto yourself. Of

Breaking The Negative Velcro Loop

Now that you know a little about how the Negative Velcro Loop starts getting into autopilot with your partner, by not having the awareness of what you are feeling, or by having the awareness of your e