Existential theory is centred around the way in which we respond to the conditions of our lives. By definition, the individual is the sole protagonist of his life. The responsibility of his experience is entirely self-determined; it is he who gives meaning to it, responds to both internal and external tensions, is the agent for change within it and can adapt status quo.
It's a gift, the knowing that we are the designers of our own lives. We can reject the default life where we are subject to circumstance, and instead opt for the created life.
Coaching is an accessible means to explore, through dialogue, a theme of your choosing. Sessions can have a desired goal outcome, or be open-ended.
In practice, coaching feels part way between a therapy session, and a chat with a close and learned friend. It is present-focused and forward-looking, hence its great appeal.
At best, existential coaching can be a profound, and life-expanding experience; it is never less than impactful, and I cannot overstate the benefits.
As a creative and critical thinker, my approach is one of philosophical enquiry. My style is conversational.
Attending the self is crucial to well-being; every life needs support, and the act of sharing brings certain relief.