Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy

Box 15211, Abilene, Texas  79698-5211, USA | Telephone: +1 (325) 692-9597 | Fax: +1 (325) 692-9188



The faculty of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy is comprised of Board approved Diplomates in Logotherapy from around the world. In addition, they meet the requirements of their respective professional associations. Our faculty members are highly qualified to teach logotherapy in their varied fields of endeavor:

Robert C. Barnes, PhD  

Stephen J. Costello, PhD (Ireland)

Doreen M. Francis, PhD (UK)       
Ann V. Graber, PhD         
Manfred Hillman MS (Germany)  

Matti Juhani Hokka (Finland)      
Robert R. Hutzell, PhD 

F. Jak Icoz, MA (Turkey and UK) 

Manoochehr Khatami, MD

Mira Kim, PhD (British Columbia and Korea)

Rauno Korpi, MEd (Finland)

Mirja Kuutio, MBA (Finland)

Mina Laine (Finland)

Irmeli Lehtioksa (Finland)

Marshall H. Lewis, PhD

Alice Long, DMin

Edward Marshall, MD, PhD (Canada)

Maria Ungar Marshall, PhD (Canada)

Paul McQuillan, PhD, PsyD (Australia)
Ann-Marie Neale, PhD

Memduh Özmert, MSc (Turkey)

Susan Pihl, Classical Homeopath (Finland)

Reza Pishyar, PhD (Australia and Iran)

Michael A. Pitts, PhD          
Marianne da Silvo Prado, Art Therapist (Brazil)
George E. Rice, PhD          
Roberto Rodrigues, MD, PhD (Brazil)        
Julius M. Rogina, PhD  

Péter Sárkány, PhD (Hungary and Romania)  

Andreas Schreiber, PhD (Germany and China)     

Stefan E. Schulenberg, PhD

Randy Scraper, PhD

Teria Shantall, PhD (South Africa and Israel)

Irmeli Ivalo Sjolie, DSc (Finland)
Patricia L. Starck, RN, DSN          
Paul Ungar, MD, PhD (Canada)

Alexander D. Vesely, MA (Austria)

John Viterito, (USA)

Raija Volk, Classical Homeopath (Finland)

Paul R. Welter, EdD

Cynthia L. Wimberly, PhD

Michael Winters, PhD

Snezhana-Sophia Zamalieva, PhD (Russian Federation)

Frankl began flying at the age of 67.  His pilot’s license was among his most cherished achievements.  The founder of height psychology was also an avid mountain climber until well into his 80’s.  Frankl’s flight manual, shown above, was photographed by a member of the Institute.