Margaret (Meg) Fromuth MFT (Therapist & Web Development Support)

Margaret (Meg) Fromuth, MFT (she/her/hers) is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson University where she studied Couples and Family Therapy in the Department of Counseling and Behavioral Health. While at school, she specialized in systemic sex therapy. She is currently working on achieving her license as a Marriage and Family Therapist through her work at The Center for Growth and Sex Therapy in Philadelphia.

Prior to joining the Center for Growth, Margaret worked as an intern therapist at Council for Relationships in which she supported individuals, couples, families, and community members working through various personal and relationship challenges and difficulties. Margaret provided comprehensive therapy services to clients, by identifying their goals and needs, uncovering techniques and ideas to encourage communication and reflection, and connecting with each client to establish trusting relationships.

In her work, Margaret implements systemic theory focusing not only on the individual but also on the relational and intersectional influences of each client. She will help her clients explore, assess, and outline influential systems in her client's life to aid in finding the right strategies for each client to work through their therapeutic goals. She focuses on meeting the client where they're at and building upon the strengths each person has within them. She provides a space for clients to feel heard by another and will utilize many philosophical and theoretical frameworks for each client's needs as they explore their journey of self-acceptance.

Margaret enjoys working with couples and individuals. She works with a diverse group of clients including LGBTQIA+ folks, poly/ENM, the kink and BDSM community, sexual trauma, childhood trauma, coming out, sexual/gender identity, body/gender dysmorphia, erectile dysfunction, minor-attracted individuals, sexual compulsions, female sexuality, and fat-identified individuals. Although her concentration is in sex therapy, she also enjoys working with individuals dealing with anxiety, OCD, stress, and depression.

Margaret has written many articles for the Center for Growth. Her articles focus primarily on sex-based self-help tools for individuals and couples. Some of the articles she has written are linked below:

Experimenting with Mutual Masturbation- A tip for couples who want to try a new form of sexual intimacy. A guide for folks to explore and process the experiences of mutual masturbation.

"Yes and..." Creating a Sexual Fantasy Roleplay- Using popular theater games, this tip is for partners to learn how to begin to explore sexual roleplaying.

The ABCS of Burnout- This tip provides an organized way to categorize, identify, and work through your own unique symptoms of burnout.

For more tips and articles written by Margaret Fromuth, please see the links below!

Margaret (Meg) Fromuth MFT (Therapist & Web Development Support)'s Resume

NPI: 1982221123

Licensure:

  • Pennsylvania: Working Towards Licensure

Margaret (Meg) Fromuth MFT (Therapist & Web Development Support)’s Latest TIPs:

Aromatherapy for the Holidays
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Aromatherapy For The Holidays: Therapy in Philadelphia, Ocean City, Mechanicsville and Santa Fe

Quickly after Halloween, the holiday season begins. We see gourds decorating front doorways with little …


The ABCS of Burnout
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Burnout can affect anyone at any time. It can happen as a result of pressures at a job, increase stress at home, fatigue for caregivers, and many other areas …


Dating During COVID
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Online dating is the most popular way to find a partner since 1994. Now with COVID-19 and the social distancing boundaries of our society, online dating has become one of …


“Yes and…” Creating a Sexual Fantasy Roleplay
“Yes and…” Creating a Sexual Fantasy Roleplay image

Starting out on your first roleplay in the bedroom can be difficult. It can be anxiety-provoking to figure out what to say or do next. You may feel ashamed by …


Experimenting with Mutual Masturbation
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What is mutual masturbation and what are its benefits? (Sex Therapy Self Help Tip) Mutual masturbation is an expression of intimacy that can build upon basic sexual connections. By definition …