Articles by Madhulika Sharma, MA
Ms. Madhulika Sharma is a certified associate in client counseling from the American Philosophical Practitioners Association in Newark, NJ. She completed her master’s in philosophy from Ramjas College, University of Delhi, India. She completed a two month internship under a psychological counselor at Maietryi College, University of Delhi, India. She recently organized a lecture series about philosophical counseling and various philosophical perspectives called “Philosophical Counseling During Covid-19 Pandemic.” She is currently working as a philosophical counselor in India, where she conducts individual sessions, group counseling, couples counseling, and also provides training to psychological first aid volunteers. You can learn more about her at www.madhulikasharma.com.
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