Philosophical Counseling

The objective of philosophical counseling is to analyze problems, conflicts, or existential questions with philosophical tools in order to open up new options of agency. Often a problem proves to consist of an amalgam and overlap of several different issues. Identifying and separating them represents an important first step to their resolution. The clearer a problem is laid out, the easier it is resolvable.

In contrast to therapy, the open questions and issues of the client are not considered to be a disease. Processes of doubt, the wish and the need to change the own perspective are not considered as deficient, but on the contrary as very valuable.

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