Sex Therapy therapists in Oreland, Pennsylvania PA
Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
I see entering therapy as sacred work. I view relationships as our biggest vehicles of growth in life and believe every relationship has something that can be learned from it to help us embrace more of who we really are. I specialize in individual, couple and sex therapy, as well as trauma.
29 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CST
Dr. Wilson is a Certified Sex Therapist. He is also in the process of finishing his certification as a Sex Therapist Supervisor. He provides regular supervision to the other therapists at CHRIS. Both Rowan and Joseph have training in sex therapy. All three therapists are able to work with clients on a variety of sexual related issues, including gender, sexual dysfunctions, LGBTQ identity, and couples intimacy concerns.
12 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Sex therapy is talk therapy, but with a different focus and skill set: understanding how the body works and how pleasure and sex are experienced, often separate from the cultural, societal and religious norms and different than mass media portrayal. Sex and sexuality conversations in the therapy room are rooted in this understanding. The work at times is helping you to be vulnerable with yourself to understand better what your needs and wants are and to be able to express these things to your partner. Sex therapy can go beyond this to include sexual abuse and assault and what is commonly referred to as "sex addiction" but at PHL Therapy Collective is treated more as "out of control behavior" that focuses on the triggers that lead to sex seeking.
12 Years Experience
Therapist, DHS, M.S., M.ED, ASE
Over 20 years of experience in sex and relationship therapy. I am called on by the media as an expert contributor, published author and I teach at the University level as well other therapists and medical doctors about sex therapy. I work holistically as there are layers to people.
22 Years Experience
Psychologist, Psy. D., M.A.
Matters of intimacy can be physical in nature that, in some ways, connect with our emotional lives and can become more complicated as we grow into our relationships with others.