Individual Psychotherapy is a unique relationship in which you and your therapist meet one on one to explore what emotional challenges are holding you back from living your life more fully –either in relationships, family, career, creatively, or spiritually.
TCP offers short and long term individual psychotherapy. You may meet weekly with your therapist and can focus on one specific goal or explore a deeper theme in your life.
Our hope is to create a safe environment where you can bring up any challenges you are having and grow to understand and relate to them in new ways. Through this work, you will begin to feel stronger, more empowered, or resolved.
When you are struggling in a relationship, it can often be helpful to talk with a therapist about where you are getting stuck.
Therapists will listen for patterns and explore how you manage anger, disappointment, and vulnerability. Therapists will help you see your strengths as a couple and why you might be experiencing this friction. We can teach you how to better manage conflict and effectively disagree, build communication skills, and create a healthier sex life.
Couples therapy is often useful around significant couple events, such as entering into a formal commitment, trying to start a family, changing your living situation, or going through a divorce.
Therapy Center of Philadelphia offers therapy and support groups addressing a variety of topics. You may find that group therapy is a more effective way to feel positive changes in your life. Group members have reported that they reduced dysfunctional acting out behaviors, their depression and isolation lowered, and they gained a heightened understanding of how to build healthy relationships. Support groups can normalize your experience, reduce feelings of shame, and connect you with others beyond the life of the group. Groups are also an affordable alternative to individual therapy.
Groups Currently Running
PLAY Psychodrama Group
Psychodrama is an experiential form of therapy that allows for healing through guided re-exeriencing, expression, and role rehearsal. Goals of psychodrama are to facilitate insight, personal growth, and integration to enhance learning and develop new skills. We will explore our relationships to ourselves, others, substances, institutions, ideas, identities, and more!