Existential therapy  is a philosophical and therapeutic approach rooted in existential philosophy, aiming to explore fundamental aspects of human existence such as the search for meaning, freedom, responsibility, and the inevitability of death. Existential therapy is non-directive and the main working method is dialogue. Recognizing the importance of the awareness of mortality, existential therapy seeks to help individuals clarify their values, beliefs, and find purpose, making it applicable to a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, identity crises, and life transitions.