z Styles & Types Of Therapy
All of our therapists share a deep understanding of sexuality issues. Additionally, each of us have our own unique training in the many different types of individual, couples and relationship therapy. In this section you will find information on Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Imago Therapy, Grief Therapy just to name a few. Additionally, you will learn about what physical therapy is, as well as urogynecology.
Starting a new relationship can be CONSUMING, in both a wonderful way and an overwhelming way at times! Newly intimate individuals typically dive in head first and forget to come up for air, sound familiar at all? Maybe you still find yourself feeling this way even if you’ve been in a committed relationship or married […]
There are so many thoughts and feelings that come up when you are either giving or receiving feedback. Why does feedback so often feel like a negative experience when it’s such an essential part of most relationships (both interpersonal and professional)? When feeling negative emotions surface from a feedback experience (whether you were the one […]
Regaining Confidence and Control After Premature Ejaculation: Do you feel like you are haunted by your sexual performance? Are you constantly worried about whether or not you will be able to get and maintain an erection or that maybe you will ejaculate too quickly? Maybe you are afraid to pursue a new sexual relationship because you […]
Parenting and ADHD/ADD during Homework and at Home Task Times Parenting can be a challenge all on its own! What is even more challenging is learning how to manage your child’s ADHD/ADD in their daily routine, specifically during homework and at home tasks. If you find that you are struggling with this issue, continue reading […]
Vulnerability. The mere mention of the word can make grown men squirm and grown women hide! It’s something we don’t often talk about, yet it is universal to all human beings. In the context of human relationships, vulnerability is the glue that connects us, yet terrifies most of us at the same time. When the […]
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 sex therapists and sex counselors have specific training in sexual function and dysfunction (sexual orientation problems, gender identity issues, erectile problems, poor sex […]
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. Often times, people tend to use this energy in the wrong way. You obsess about what you did wrong or […]
In determining the ideal time to have a baby, there are many aspects of life to explore and discuss. If no answer jumps out right away, then it’s important to keep having these discussions because you will notice over time and depending on what’s going on with your life at the time, you’re answers (and […]
Teen coping: Your teen may cope with death in various ways. You may be able to identify their experience of grief by observing their expressed sad mood. For others it can be quite difficult to pin point their level of grief. What may appear to be typical behaviors and moods may actually be insidious symptoms […]
What to expect in supervision at The Center For Growth / Sex Therapy In Philadelphia? Supervision is core to our robust training program.
What is Client Centered Therapy? And how will a therapist using a Client Centered Approach help me?
What you should know about Urogynecology : Urogynecology treats problems affecting the female pelvic floor
Why should I see a Urogynecologist? As the name implies, urogynecologists have expertise in gynecology, urology, and bowel dysfunction in women.
What you should know about Urogynecology & when is it time to seek treatment for urinary incontinence.
Sliding Scale Therapist Services in Philadelphia. To qualify for a reduced fee you will need to do the following.
Online Therapy / Skyping
Michele Gill McKenna resume / CV. She is a play therapist at the Center for Growth / Sex Therapy in Philadelphia.
Marriage Counseling Philadelphia. Many people have marital problems that have nothing to do with sex. Sex Therapists at Sex Therapy in Philadelphia / Center for Growth are all MARRIAGE COUNSELORS and then have gone on and done specialized training to also be able to work with issues that arise in the bedroom.
Low Fee Therapy
We do not engage in Lingam Massage with clients. We TEACH clients how to engage in Lingam Massage with their lovers. We are Licensed Therapists and engage in sex therapy. We are NOT sexual surragates, prostitutes or call girls.
How to get the most out of couples therapy: you have made an important choice: to invest in the improvement of your relationship. By developing appropriate expectations and following a few suggestions, your investment in couples therapy can reap great rewards. This document is designed to help you get the most benefit from our work […]
Explanation of Therapist Credentials AAC Advanced Addiction Counselor AAMFT American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists AAPC Fellow American Association of Pastoral Counselors- Fellow AASECT American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists ABD “All but Dissertation” = Completed Doctoral Coursework but not the degree ABPP Board Certified Psychologist ACHT Advanced Certified Hypnotherapist AMHCA American Mental […]
Deepening a conversation — Imago Style Sometimes having a “deep” or “vulnerable” conversation with a friend, family member or lover can feel so elusive. It’s easy not to know what to say and to keep the conversation on a surface — but engaging level. In fact, one can spend endless hours discussing the weather, politics, […]
How to tell someone you are in counseling at the Center for Growth / Sex Therapy in Philadelphia. Step by step guide.
How to get the most out of individual therapy at the Center for Growth: you have made an important decision: to invest in yourself so that can become the person you have always wanted to be. By following a few suggestions, you can get the maximum benefit from your work with a therapist in Philadelphia.
Feel like you are forced into therapy by a loving partner? Do you feel like your partner is “nagging” you to go to therapy for a problem you don’t believe you have?
Depression Support Group in Center City Philadelphia. This group is unrelated to sex therapy. Call 267-324-9564 for more information.
How to Seek a Culturally Competent Therapist.
Should I tell my partner about being in counseling the decision to tell a partner that you are in counseling can be a difficult and anxiety producing one to make. There are no right or wrong answers – just different choices with different consequences.
Anxiety & Depression Counseling Group in Philly
Every physical therapy treatment is individually tailored to your specific needs from the evaluation. Treatment may include but is not limited to the following: soft tissue
What to expect during a physical therapy evaluation.
What is a sex addiction? Sex addiction is best understood as a form of an intimacy disorder. Addicts typically experience compulsive sexual thoughts and/or actions.