Melvin Tillman, MA, PhD
Dr. Melvin Tillman offers individual, couples, and family therapy, with a specialization in sex therapy. He currently works with clients struggling with anger, anxiety, blended families, depression compulsive behaviors, financial problems, grief, infidelity, panic, phobias, polyamory, self-esteem, sexual harassment, trauma, sexual function / dysfunction. Additionally, Melvin runs an HSV support group on Wednesdays from 7-8pm, and runs a Depression and Anxiety group on Thursdays from 7-8pm.
Dr. Tillman joined the Center for Growth in 2016. He completed a one year - post masters fellowship with us and never left! Dr. Tillman received his Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Illinois, and his Masters in Counseling at Northwestern University. Melvin has his doctorate in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University. His dissertation focused on the factors that lead to a healthy, sexual self-image for women.
- Pennsylvania: Working towards licensure
- New Jersey: Working towards licensure
Melvin Tillman, MA, PhD’s Latest TIPs:
Understanding Process versus Content
Arguments are inevitable within a relationship. It doesn’t matter how well-matched the people are, disagreements are bound to happen. That’s why it can be more beneficial to figure out how … Read More
Signs of a Bad Relationship
Relationships can be a great source of support, love, and excitement. Even if they start off fantastic, however, relationships can also be unhealthy or even toxic. Though it makes sense … Read More
Covid During the Holidays
It’s December, which means that several holidays are on the horizon. Some people tend to enjoy the holidays, while others see them as a source of stress or melancholy. Regardless … Read More
Reducing Unhealthy Productivity
As many of us enter the ninth month of a global pandemic, the rise of unhealthy productivity has been on the rise. There’s the idea that because you’re stuck at … Read More
Identifying Unhealthy Productivity Culture
The desire to be our best, and to do our best is an understandable one. However, what do you do when you start to measure your day by efficiency?  … Read More