Dear Curious Souls,
As we make our way into 2022 and our world still feels upside down, I know that people are really struggling. To respond, I’m expanding my philosophical counseling practice to provide unique ways to address feelings of disorientation and powerlessness.
Do you or people you care about:
Philosophical counseling is different from psychotherapy in that it focuses on difficulties of the human condition — like the search for meaning, dealing with ethical dilemmas, and finding ways to claim your freedom in a world of external pressures and expectations — rather than on mental illness or behavioral disorders.
As hard as times of crisis can be, they are also a great opportunity to examine your life, get clear about what really matters to you, and get creative in making a better path for yourself.
The rates for philosophical counseling are on a sliding scale, and I have a special discounted rate for students to make counseling as accessible as I can. I recommend starting with three sessions, then pausing to take stock together to see what level of support you’d like going forward.
Learn more about my approach to philosophical counseling on our webpage: https://www.curioussoulphilosophy.com/philosophical-counseling-with-monica.html
And feel free to email me to discuss whether philosophical counseling is a good fit for you: email@example.com
Monica Vilhauer, Ph.D.
Founder of Curious Soul Philosophy
Monica Vilhauer, Ph.D. is the founder of Curious Soul Philosophy. She designs and leads workshops and retreats that approach philosophy as a way of life. She also offers one-on-one philosophical counseling for adults.
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