Who said it was supposed to be easy? Frustration and agonizing over who you are or what you should do next can be intelligent, rational responses to the human condition.
Throughout history, philosophy has offered courage and solace to many. Discussion can take you further and faster toward creative solutions to real problems – back and forth is so much better than around and around.
Philosophical techniques are appropriate for adults (or mature teens) wishing to look critically into life’s challenges for opportunities to do more than just survive unruffled. It is for anyone running the high-stakes and avoidable risks of living an unexamined life. I currently offer free initial consultations to prospective clients.
- Anxiety and frustration
- Ethical decision-making
- Problem-solving skills
- Creative and intellectual development
- Academic difficulties
- Existential issues
I am an accredited member of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association, with an MA in Philosophy, a BA in Psychology, and a Diploma in European Cultural Studies. I am an Associate of the University of Manitoba’s Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics and have taught about philosophy, politics, ethics, and law at the university level for over ten years. I am also a member of the Manitoba Association of Playwrights and sit on the board of the literary journal, Prairie Fire. I live with my husband and children in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
more info : I am available for evening as well as daytime appointments.