Therapy in Philadelphia
Located in Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Center for Growth is staffed by licensed, professional Caucasian, African American and Chinese therapists (marriage and family therapists, counseling practitioners, psychotherapists and social workers) who specialize in family therapy, marriage counseling, couples counseling, imago therapy, play therapy (PT), sex therapy (ST) , and individual therapy. The staff offer psychological counseling to children, adolescents and adults who struggle with Anger (AMT), Anxiety (AT), Chronic Pain (including Blebs Disease), Autism, Depression (D), Eating Disorders (ED), gambling, grief (GT), Pregnancy (P) / Postpartum Related Issues (P), Sexual Function (SEX) and Relationship Problems (RP). We have on-going support groups (and psycho-educational workshops) for a) people living with herpes 2) people living with Blebs 3) Have experienced unexpected Loss 4) Unexpectedly Single (separation, divorced, failed long term relationships), 5) Struggle with Anxiety or Depression. Lastly, we serve as consulltants in Philadelphia and the surrounding regions, including the Main Line, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chester County, Cherry Hill, NJ, Mercer County, Burlington County, Camden County, and Gloucester.
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In recovery, clients are encouraged to learn healthier ways to communicate their thoughts and feelings. This is a challenging process but well worth the struggle. People suffering from Anorexia Nervosa often appear to have a history of difficulty with both recognizing and communicating their need for emotional support. Through the process of therapy, many clients begin to realize that the Eating Disorder may have developed, at least partially, out of a… read more