Marshall H. Lewis, Ph.D., has led an active life of public service in southwest Kansas for over three decades. He currently serves as Clinical Director of Southwest Guidance Center, a community mental health center serving four Kansas rural and frontier counties. He is author of “Viktor Frankl and the Book of Job: A Search for Meaning” published in 2019 by Pickwick Publications and is producer and host of LogoTalk Radio, the Viktor Frankl podcast.
Marshall earned a Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology from Marshall University (1986) and a Ph.D. in Jewish-Christian Studies (Bible, Culture, and Hermeneutics) from the Chicago Theological Seminary (2013). He received the Diplomate Clinician credential from the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy in 2011 and has taught for the Institute since 2013. He has published several articles related to logotherapy and has presented on the topic in Austria, Israel, Russia, and the United States. He is a Licensed Masters Level Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist, and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor in the State of Kansas. His interests include general clinical supervision and practice. He supervises Diplomate Clinician and Non-Clinician students.