Category Archives: Logotherapy

Intro to Logotherapy (Feb 20 & 21)

Learn about Viktor Frankl’s theory and existential approach to the fundamental motivating factor in human existence, the search for meaning. The course is appropriate for all interested in Frankl’s work or interested in increasing themeaning in thier lives or occupaitons. The course is recognized for 15 clock hours of Continuing Education by the American Psychological […]

Overwhelmed by Choices? – Focus on your Deepest Values

I recently posted a comment on Facebook – (why I even read Facebook posts is another matter). The comment was about the TED talk by Barry Swartz on the Paradox of Choice. Schwartz claims that we have too many choices and it paralyzes us, rather than makes us freer. I responded and several people responded […]

Meaning Centered Therapy in Practice

Dates: Friday, Sep 20, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Location: Fort Bend Child Advocates, 5403 Avenue N, Rosenberg, Texas 77471 Cost: Contact Margie Tripp Credit: 3 CE hours Fort Bend Psychological Association presents: Meaning Centered Therapy in Practice By Michael Winters, PhD Award Winning Speaker and Diplomate in Logotherapy 3 CEUs Dr. Winters has agreed to […]

The Continuing Search for Meaning, Jun 2013

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, […]