Existential counselling is a philosophical study of the ‘self’. Together, we will be interested in understanding your position in the world and will be wondering “what does it mean to you to be alive?”
The aim of existential therapy is not to change people. It is to recognise the transformative process of life. The assumption is that when we face reality and explore our experience of being alive, we are likely to feel more empowered to create the life that we want.
This process of gaining a greater understanding of what makes the world meaningful to you, will assist you in finding purpose and motivation, direction and vitality.