Category Archives: Meaning Centered Psychotherapy

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 […]

Preparing for Therapy

Contrary to the way therapy is often depicted in movies and television, it does not simply consist of talking while a psychologist listens and asks vague questions. Therapy involves preparation, trust, and a mutual willingness between both therapist and patient to work hard and communicate openly. Once you have decided to consult a therapist, the […]

When to Seek Counseling

There are a variety of reasons for seeking the help of a psychologist, and many may wonder when to seek treatment and when to handle the issues on their own. Whether you are considering couples therapy or individual help, a general guideline is to ask for assistance when your state is impacting your daily life. […]

Myths About Therapy

There are a lot of myths surrounding therapy and the reasons that people seek treatment. Many people mistakenly believe that seeking help from a mental health professional is a sign of weakness or an indication that they are “crazy,” but this is not the case. Just as you would not hesitate to see a doctor […]

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, […]

Michael in Violence TV Interview

Michael was interviewed by Channel 39 (CW39) on the subject of following through with rampages that could have been premeditated for a long time.  Michael provides his expert analysis to help better understand the matter. Michael Winters in TV Interview with CW39 on Violence and Following Through with Rampages

The Marathon of Life

I remember my first marathon in July 2010. No, I did not run, but was there at the finish line with Kelly to cheer on Laura, our daughter, participating in her first half-marathon. To be perfectly honest – the thought of getting up before 5:00 am to take Laura down to San Francisco Bay and […]