Philosophical counseling can be of help to clients in creating time and space for conversation dedicated to giving voice to - and shape to - their personal values and ideas. Developing a more organized mental framework can empower a person to re-direct their life in a way that more vividly reflects their understanding of purpose.

Most of us want to be able to hold ourselves to a high standard of behavior and action; at the same time, we want to be sure that this standard of behavior and action is really our own - that we are not holding it on behalf of others. To fulfill our desire for authenticity requires that we truly inquire into what seems to us to be a worthy life, so that we can live that.

As counselor, I provide to my clients a space in which to sharpen and strengthen their own thinking, so that they may move through their lives with more confidence and clarity. Through careful questions and rigorous dialectic, I help clients to arrive at a fuller view of the things that hold meaning for them.

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Katerina Apostolides grew up in Athens, Greece.  She received her bachelor's degree (B.A.) from Yale University, and then went on to study political philosophy at the University of Chicago, where she received her master's degree (M.A.) and taught as a Lecturer and Thesis Adviser in the college over several years.  She was certified as a counselor by the American Philosophical Practitioners Association, and now practices in New York City.