A myriad of reasons can lead someone to therapy. What if you aren't necessarily struggling, but you just want to know yourself better? Maybe you're an intellectually curious person who's tried to make sense of things for a while, but you aren't necessarily ill. Therapists can be unsure how to work with this as they're often pathology-based. Philosophy, which ponders the deeper "whys" of things, can help--but it can be overwhelming without a guide. We, as a team, can examine where you are and where you want to go to better refine your personal goals.
Imagine knowing yourself better. You now make informed decisions and can healthily manage self-doubt. When you hit a wall, you have a new way of thinking that allows you to move to the other side comfortable with the choice you make. In exploring conceptions like morality, dignity, sense of self, and more you can purposefully manifest the life you want.
Philosophy has a reputation for breaking down beliefs and creating skeptics. This discounts the second half of cultivating and justifying your own ideas and beliefs in place of that void. If you're feeling like you'd like some guidance through the world of philosophy and how it applies to you and your personal life, maybe consider a trip to my office.
“I help clients clarify their concepts, articulate and justify their worldviews, and learn to use philosophical tools in everyday life.”
- Cost per Session: $150
Pay By: Paypal, Venmo
Most insurance providers do not cover philosophical counseling, as it is not a mental health service.
Email me or call (301) 205-5921 with questions.
- Years in Practice: 3 Years
- Certificate: American Philosophical Practitioners Association
- School: Yale Divinity School - MA Religion
- Year Graduated: 2017
- Certificate: Logic-Based Therapy and Consultation Institute / 321
- Certificate Date: 2019
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Types of Therapy
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- Philosophical Counseling