Philosophical Services has been providing quality philosophical counseling services since 1985. Dr. Kenneth Cust, who has a Ph.D. in philosophy as well as 10 years experience as a psychiatric nurse, is one of the Co-Executive Directors of the American Society for Philosophy Counseling, and Psychotherapy (ASPCP), a founding editor of the International Journal of Philosophical Counseling (IJPP), and a Professor of Philosophy at University of Central Missouri, and a member of the Board of Advisors at the Institute of Critical Thinking.
Dr. Cust has also been interviewed by a variety of media.
TV and Radio Coverage
- Aired April 12, 1997
- Raymond Aaron's "Metropolis" radio talk show, WBEZ in Chicago -- a National Public Radio affiliate station.
- Aired March 17, 1997
- CBC News "Early Edition."
The following list highlights some of the recent print media coverage that the ASPCP and philosophical counseling has generated.
- July 26, 1998, Seattle Sunday Times, "Philosophers as Counselors: Go ahead, think about it," p. L4.
- July 6, 1998, Statesman Journal, "Need to Talk? A Philosopher Can Help Sort Out the Meaning of Life," p. D1.
- July 5, 1998, San Francisco Chronicle Examiner, "Counseling World Attracts Philosophers."
- June 23, 1998, Detroit News, "Philosophers Find meaning in Counseling," p. E1.
- June, 1998, Self "The Philosopher Is In," p. 56.
- November, 1997, American Psychological Association Monitor, "An Ancient Practice is Being Rejuvenated," p. 12.
- February, 1997, Utne Reader, "Thinking, Not Shrinking: I Took my Problem to a Philosopher," pp. 50-51.