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Have a question? Reach out to us! We'll respond within 24 hours. This form is for general inquiries only. If your support needs go beyond a general question, see our live study options below.
The Child Project |  If You're Struggling   Regardless of how difficult your situation may seem, philosophical counseling can help. Again and again, our experience has proved the truth of the adage, "Pain is inevitable, suffering optional." So much of the time, what we suffer is our own unwitting beliefs, stories, conclusions, interpretations, and judgments—and it is precisely these things that philosophical counseling prompts us to examine and revise in ways that free us from suffering and open the door to a better life that may be "hiding in plain sight."

We all have to navigate the inevitable storms of loss, confusion, and contradiction. Times of adversity and hardship often contain much needed instruction and the opportunity for self-understanding, liberation from old ways, and happiness. Storms pass. Others have found their way. So can you.

The Child Project | Live Study Options   We offer the live support options listed below. Click one of them to learn more.

Live support is strictly private and confidential in keeping with the highest standards of practice.

The Child Project | Live Study Options   Requests for interviews with our director, Cathey Polly, may be submitted through the contact form above. Please put MEDIA REQUEST in the subject field, and be sure to include the following in your message:
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We welcome the opportunity to share our insight and experience with audiences in print and broadcast venues with a focus on self-work through applied philosophy.

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