Philosophical Counseling Practice

Certified by American Philosophical Practitioners Association (

‘Sapiens and Sthitaprajna’ the book by Dr. Ashwini Mokashi, has been recognized by American Philosophical Practitioners Association as a text and reference material.

Dr. Ashwini Mokashi has helped people through her writings, teaching, in-person and public talks. Some psychologists follow her recommendations in their practice.

In this era of Covid-19, Dr. Ashwini Mokashi counsels clients online via skype or zoom. She specializes in moral dilemmas, career change, seeking meaning of life, difficult decisions, strategic thinking, anxiety over the pandemic, relationship difficulties.

Philosophical counseling is a dialogue with the client, to analyze one’s beliefs and learn to formulate rational beliefs to figure out appropriate solutions. It is a counseling practice for people from any background. Her specialization is in using the Stoic ideas and the ideas from the Bhagavad-Gita to ease the pain in life and take us on the road to happiness.

To arrange a session, please contact her at or call her at 609-250-2526

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Ashwini Mokashi's book 'Sapiens and Sthitaprajna' is on Comparative Philosophy on the concept of the wise person in Stoic Seneca and the Gita. The book talks about how wisdom leads to happiness. This book is now also recognized by the American Philosophical Practitioners Association from New York. Her next book, a work in progress, is an account of a meditational community in India. Her broad interest is in synthesizing wisdom from various ancient traditions in the context of modern challenges.

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