Existential Psychotherapy : Future Focus Counselling & Consulting

How it Works

  • Confronting Existential Questions: This therapy encourages you to explore and confront fundamental existential questions like the meaning of life, the inevitability of death, freedom of choice, and isolation.
  • Finding Personal Meaning: A major goal is to help you find personal meaning in your life. It's about understanding that while life might not have inherent meaning, you have the power to give it meaning through your choices and actions.
  • Dealing with Anxiety: Existential therapy recognizes that existential anxiety is a natural part of the human condition. It helps you learn how to manage this anxiety and use it as a motivation for change.
  • Living Authentically: This approach encourages you to live authentically – in alignment with your true self and values, even in the face of life's inherent uncertainties and challenges.

What It's Good For

Existential Psychotherapy can be particularly beneficial if you're struggling with life’s big questions or feeling a sense of meaninglessness. It's also helpful for dealing with issues related to isolation, freedom, and responsibility. This therapy is often appealing to those who appreciate a deeper, more philosophical exploration of their life and existence.

In summary, Existential Psychotherapy is about facing the truths of human existence and finding ways to live a more authentic and meaningful life. It doesn’t shy away from life's complexities but instead embraces them as opportunities for personal growth and self-discovery. This form of therapy can provide profound insights into your life, empowering you to live with greater purpose and intention.

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I am licensed to practice in Washington State and the following Canadian Provinces: Yukon, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland.