Spiritual Dilemma Counseling
Existentialist concerns are questions that center themselves on the basic premise, “who am I really, why am I here, and the old adage -what is the ultimate purpose of life”. Such questions as free will, choice, authenticity, personal responsibility, our origin and what is our ultimate destiny are also topics that enter into the topic of Existentialism. There are many other areas of life this topic touches on, but ultimately its core message is in finding meaning in life for oneself in the most satisfying way possible. When this arena of life becomes problematic, or when we develop a burning desire to have these questions answered, Spiritual Therapy can help to explore and maybe answer these questions in a manner that is respectful and fulfilling. With many individuals, these questions and concerns seem blurred with religion or their own particular religion because Spiritual Concerns take into account a broader perspective that also include the cognitive and philosophical aspects of their life.
Oftentimes the work done in psychotherapy seems to contradict or even attempts to leave out Spiritual Concerns due to the fact psychotherapy strictly defined is the work done on the cognitive and emotional level. However, due to the fact psychotherapy usually involves taking an introspective look at our lives, questions such as the ones previously mentioned normally surface and eventually enhance the therapeutic outcome. Spiritual Therapy should never impose or suggest any beliefs or creeds, and you can be assured the therapists here at 360 Therapy will only help you find the answers to these questions.
We here at 360 Therapy can assist you to develop adequate answers that will help you gain a better perspective towards answering these concerns. If existentialist concerns or Spiritual Therapy is what you need help in finding answers to, our therapists are here to assist you in coming into a greater understanding and perspective of what this means to you.