This is the first video in the Discovering Meaning series where Michael discusses the topic of discovering meaning and provides his thoughts on how you can improve in this area.
Welcome to the third edition of the Continuing Search for Meaning monthly newsletter. This edition introduces a new course: Understanding Melancholy: Depression Viewed from Clinical, Philosophical, and Literary Perspectives, to be offered at the Jung Center this summer; reviews a book Logotherapy Revisited – which may be of interest, and shares an essay about Bob, […]
Logotherapy Revisited offers a comprehensive yet brief summary of the principles, philosophy, and techniques of logotherapy. Indeed, I consider it a Desk Reference for Logotherapy. One of the complaints about logotherapy is that the texts about the philosophical underpinnings are often dense and thus difficult for introductory students to grasp. Logotherapy Revisited offers a great […]
Dates: Four Mondays, July 15-August 5 Location: Houston, Texas Cost: $180 ($160 Jung Center members) Credit: 8 CE hours Instructor: Michael Winters, Ph.D., Diplomate in Logotherapy Investigate the vastly complex “condition” of depression by viewing it from various perspectives. The modern clinical approach to understanding the course and symptoms of depression—the disease model—describes depression broadly […]
Michael and his wife Kelly appeared on KPFT (90.1 FM) on May 23 joining the Thresholds Programs to discuss Compassionate Communication, a topic they both know a lot about a love. Click the play button below to listen from your browser. [audio:http://www.drmwinters.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/kpft_130523_060000thresh.mp3]
Welcome to the second edition of the Continuing Search for Meaning monthly newsletter. This edition reviews a great new book – SQ21: The 21 Skills of Spiritual Intelligence, presents a short essay – the Marathon of Life – partially inspired by the recent Boston Marathon bombing, and introduces a series of articles about how to discover meaning in life […]