Ryan Cocron attended Thomas Jefferson University where he earned his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. Specifically, he has a focus on sex therapy. He spent 3 years working in community mental health and drug and alcohol facilities providing individual, family, and group therapy. Ryan’s approach to therapy is caring, calm, personal, and empathetic. Ryan strives to create a safe and comfortable space that allows individuals to be authentic. Areas of focus include: LGBTQ+, sexuality, intimacy, addiction, anxiety, depression, and unresolved trauma.
Ryan has experience working with individuals with substance use disorders, the LGBTQ+ Community, parents, and teens. Ryan’s theoretical framework is based on the idea that we are programmed and shaped by the people and environments in which we grow up. Therefore, much of Ryan’s work involves exploring relationships, memories, and messages from our family. In addition, Ryan uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, and Gottman Method in his practice.
Ryan is committed to breaking down social and financial barriers to therapy.