Have you lost interest in your thesis or dissertation and feel you have nothing to say, yet you want to see it through?
Are you confused about which next steps to take in your process?
Do you feel constrained by the prevailing view in your department and want to “think outside the box”?
Do you just need support in finding your voice?
Thinking at the Edge can help you.
I am not a psychologist, counselor or academic advisor. I do not need to understand your field in order to help you find new energy in your ideas. Of course, you need to consult with people in your field about details that require expertise in that field.
My skill is in listening to you in a way that helps you access your pre-conceptual “felt senses” about your idea, thesis or dissertation.
Learning the practice of Focusing has given me grounds for confidence and tools for constructive action. But no need to take my word for it . . . try it out! Focusing may help you to realize that you yourself are the basis for your own movement, the impetus for carrying forward with whatever you care to do.
–Matt Zepelin, grad student