Philosophical Counselling helps clients faced with decisions to analyze their situation in a logical manner and make decisions based on true choice.
Offering practice-based approach to life management and addressing existential questions. This takes the form of:
- Philosophical Consulting
- Decision-making analysis
- Existential Coaching
- Life Practices (see blog)
Philosophical Consulting helps clients to deal with everyday problems and questions by way of a logical, analytic approach. Ethical dilemmas can be a big part of this category.
Decision-making analysis is useful for clients who are wrestling with a particular question such as whether or not they should move house or change careers, or any other sort of question that requires a breakdown and assessment of possible entailments of all options.
Existential Coaching is suitable for all ages when dealing with ethical or strategic issues in life planning. Questions such as the following are typical for this sort of counselling: What sort of life do I want to lead? What type of person do I strive to be? Where do I find meaning? Why does it make sense that I sometimes self-sabotage?
Life Practices involve more than just coaching. Using a practice-based approach, clients are enabled in assessing their current situation insofar as the fundamentals of understanding themselves and their surroundings. A set of strategies to apply in understanding and coping with life’s ups and downs, clients work with a Philosophical Consultant to assess their current situation and promote choices for their direction.
Life Practices consulting assists clients of all ages to make explicit the information available to them regarding specific decisions as well as to consider the strategic implications of their choices.