"We all falter in life and in relationships at times. That makes us human, not defective. As a Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist, I specialize in relationships. My style is to work holistically with the Mind-Body connection. Typically, I work with people or partners in crisis and then help them to use the crisis to grow. Our work together is highly personal and confidential.
I feel so privileged to practice the Healing Arts. My work with clients is based on mutual respect and teamwork. Because I am very frank, people always leave my office feeling clearer about how to grow beyond their current limitations. For those having difficulty living with trauma, I am exited to use powerful tools of energy psychology like Heart Assisted Therapy© because they work quickly to resolve trauma."
Karen Brash McGreer
Karen Brash McGreer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and certified Sex Therapist. She holds two Masters degrees, one from Temple University in Education, and one from the Family Institute of Philadelphia. She has been a Registered Nurse since 1968. Her extensive experience in nursing and physical rehabilitation led her to specialize in the emotional, relational, and sexual aspects of health care.
Karen is also a frequent speaker on sexual health, intimacy, and loving through sickness and in health. She has made several hundred media appearances, and has been a frequent guest on various local and national radio and television programs, including Voices in the Family on NPR with Dan Gottlieb. She appeared over 100 times on ABC affiliated AM Philadelphia with Wally Kennedy, where she co-produced 20 minute segments on sexuality, relationships, and family life. She did similar brief segments on Philadelphia's CBS evening news twice weekly for a year. She also appeared several times on Bob Berkowitz' Real Personal on CNBC.
Karen Brash McGreer has served as a spokesperson for Viagra with Phizer and Caverject with Pharmacia Upjohn, doing media tours across the U.S. and in Europe. Together with her late husband Dr. Greg McGreer, she hosted a weekly radio show, LOVE MATTERS, which aired in Boston, Providence, and Phoenix. They produced an audiotape called Learning To Last Longer for Better Sex to help men master ejaculatory control. They were featured in a Discovery Health Channel special called Aphrodisiacs: Myth or Medicine, which is still airing. Karen is known nationally for her warm lighthearted style.
Catherine Eager has been a Licensed Associate Counselor since 2018. After having interned with Brash McGreer Associates for two years, she earned her Masters in Clinical Mental Health from the CACREP accredited Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. She is also a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a member of American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA).
Specializing in the treatment of individuals needing help with Anxiety, Depression, and/or Trauma, Catherine takes an open-minded approach to client wellness and personalizes the counseling experience to each client's unique needs. Currently, Catherine is working toward upgrading her current license under the supervision of Karen Brash McGreer.