One of my activities is philosophical counseling, a type of “therapy for the sane,” if you will, in which I meet (usually via Zoom) with clients who wish to discuss their existential problems within a philosophical, rather than a psychological or psychiatric, context.
I also offer one-on-one mentoring concerning the theory and/or practice of Stoic philosophy, for people who wish to look into it more in depth than it is possible by reading books on their own or participating in online groups.
If you wish to further explore either counseling or mentoring, or schedule an exploratory session, please use this contact form.
For more on the theory and practice of philosophical counseling, see here.
My certification for counseling comes from the American Philosophical Practitioners Association. I was originally certified on 13 July 2014. You can visit my member page there.
For more on Stoicism as theory and practice see: