(NEW) Riella Morhayim (Turkey)
Morhayim (Turkey) - Boğaziçi University-Philosophy (BA), IDC Herzliya - Organizational
Psychology (MA) & Tel Aviv University-Philosophy (MA). Since 2008, working
on Philosophical Counseling and Practices, participated in many training and
conferences in Turkey, the Netherlands, Israel, France, and Switzerland. In
2015, her article was published in the book "Women in Philosophical
Counseling: The Anima of Thought in Action", published by Lexington
Publishing House, where 18 women philosophers from 12 different countries took part.
Under the name of "Unlocking Practices", she practices philosophy as
personal development and problem-solving technique. She offers Philosophical
Counseling services to individuals, couples, groups, institutions, and organizations
in 3 languages: English, Turkish and Hebrew. Also, she gives training on
Philosophical Counseling and Philosophy with Children, as well as facilitates
Philosophical Practice workshops with children, educators, parents and
employees and managers in different fields.
Presentation language: English
Philosophical Counseling On Anxiety (Workshop)
Experiencing Anxiety? Or do you need to deepen
and develop the concept of anxiety? So, how about joining our group
philosophical counseling session? Philosophical Counseling enables participants
to examine the questions and problems; which they associate with the concept of
anxiety, in a peaceful, safe, and respectful environment. By using the
philosophy itself as a method, it offers guidance to the participants to
benefit from the philosophical wisdom in their daily lives. The main aim of
this Philosophical Counseling Group is to facilitate the participants to
discover the causes of the anxiety and the problems -difficulties-associated
with this concept and find the most suitable and creative solutions for them.
It is not a traditional philosophy lesson or group therapy. It is creative,
fun, and inspiring, as it offers tools to apply philosophical competencies and
techniques to everyday life. It is an authentic process of healing and development.
It has been structured and enriched by using ancient and contemporary methods;
as well as by taking into account the needs of each participant one by one and
as a group.