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What is Existentialism? counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counsellor The Existential approach has its basis in philosophy. It recognises that life is confusing and difficult. It aims to: counsellor banbury, counsellor banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury

  • find meaning in the confusion and chaos of living
  • clarify an individual's views on life
  • acknowledge anxiety as an inevitable experience, not to be taken away but to be faced up to

Understanding your own world view... counselling oxfordshire, counselling             With an existential counsellor, a client will seek to understand their own personal world view by: counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counsellor banbury

  • looking at the different ways in which the world can be experienced
  • identifying assumptions that have been made
  • establishing their values and abilities
  • exploring how experiences are reacted to

Summary: the act of living...                                                                              The process of achieving a clearer and deeper understanding of life begins with an exploration of an individual's world view along with an attempt to identify any limitations and strengths along the way. The overall goal is to be able to discover a coherent purpose to life whilst also coming to terms with the necessary challenges and fears that accompany the condition that we call being alive. counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counsellor witney, counsellor                                                                                                    Return to homepage  counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, psychology witney, psychology oxfordshire, psychologist banbury, psychologist witney, psychologist oxfordshire, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, psychologist banbury, banbury psychologist, oxford psychologist, psychologist oxford