EXISTENTIAL THERAPY SESSIONS

Existential psychotherapy is a type of  talking therapy based on existential philosophy. It focuses on all matters of existence, from day to day routines to the big mysteries and existential paradoxes. It helps answer questions about the self, whether it is about small things ("Why am I only drinking my coffee in the small yellow mug?') or the big questions ("What is the meaning of life?").

The existential approach is humanistic in essence with a wholistic view on individual identity, placing human beings in the context of their uniqueness, relationships with others and cultural backgrounds.

Session Type: individual; minimum 8

Fee: £70/session

Common Themes

Self-identity

Cultural identity

Meaning in life

Relationships

Existential anxiety / anxiety

Meaninglessness

Despair

Hope

Passion

Joy of living

Death

Loss and mourning

Professional identity

Social movements