Croy Laughlin, M.S.

Art Museum Office Location
215-922-LOVE (5683) x 504

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Croy Laughlin, MS, is a current doctoral student interning at the Center for Growth / Sex Therapy in Philadelphia. A published researcher, Croy is entering the second year of his program and offers clients low fee services.
Croy has over five years of direct therapeutic experience working with special needs individuals and their families with a focus on individual relationships. Croy provides therapy for adults, children, teens, and couples looking to address concerns with sex, issues suffered by those in the LGBTQ community, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, grief and loss, relationship concerns, as well as a host of others. Croy uses an integrative approach focusing on psychodynamic and ABA therapy to explore an individual’s strengths and work with clients to develop strategies to alter behavior.
Croy earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Saint Joseph’s University and is pursuing a doctoral degree from Chestnut Hill University. In his spare time, Croy enjoys reading all genres of books and practicing a variety of string instruments including guitar, electric bass, and cello. Croy looks forward to bringing his experience to the Center for Growth and is excited to continue his education to better provide for the community.