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Existential Counseling starts by placing you and your concerns at the center of our collaborative work together. This collaboration is performed in an environment of safety, dignity and respect, competence, and care mixed with "lightness of being". I use an integrative approach designed to address your specific concerns using the insights of clinical and existential psychology, Jungian and depth psychology, teaching stories, religion, mythology, enneagram, literature, art and dreams. 

Dedicated Personal Support​
Men's Issues
Grief and Loss
Life transitions
Career counseling
Executive coaching
Relationship issues
Existential questions
Personal development and change in perspective
Integrative Methods Used
Four Fold Path practices
Logotherapy & Existential Analysis
Jungian psychology
Transpersonal therapy
Dream inquiry
Depth psychology
Existential coaching
Life coaching
Boundary and Integrity modeling
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Spiritual Counseling
Mindfulness techniques
Family Systems
Services Not Rendered​
Finding the right fit with a therapist or counselor is an important part of effective work together. One area that would not be a good fit for services offered by Existential Counseling  are individuals involved in some form of court or legal proceeding. If an individual is involved in a divorce, litigation or other form of court involvement, the therapist's role is not to make recommendations to the court concerning divorce, custody, parenting arrangements or other decisions. In these cases, Existential Counseling encourages clients to reach out to their judge so that the court can appoint other trained professionals who have no prior relationship with the individual to conduct an evaluation, investigation, and make recommendations to the court concerning dynamics in the best interest of the parties involved.
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