Ran Lahav has been a philosophical counselor and practitioner for the past 22 years in Israel and USA. He taught the first university course of philosophical…
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——- thank you Maylynno for informing me about this possibility of philosophical counseling. I believe there are probably a few “schools”, in the lose sense of the word, A philosophical counseling. However, I feel they must all have something similar.
I am a philosopher but I find more value for being in the world through counseling. So I am very happy there is already people who are venturing into this domain of practical application of what we call philosophical. ￼
Though my future practice may appear slightly different than what Ran here describes, the basic approach I think will be quite similar. I tend to view the world and approach Counseling, I am finding, from the standpoint of stories told; what story are we telling ourselves. This does not mean, though, that we cannot think philosophically within these stories, nor that we cannot be philosophical beings who are simultaneously telling a story about this philosophical journey. Nor that we can’t be within a narrative of philosophical dimensions.
Thank you Maylynno!! ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼