This course is an introduction to Viktor Frankl’s basic concepts, postulates, teachings, and philosophy that comprise the Third School of Viennese Psychiatry that undergirds the practice of Logotherapy.
No prerequisites required.
Please read carefully the “Description” stated below before you register.
This course is an introduction to Viktor Frankl’s basic concepts, postulates, teachings, and philosophy that comprise the Third School of Viennese Psychiatry that undergirds the practice of Logotherapy. The Will to Meaning is contrasted with the Will to Pleasure and the Will to Power. Humans as conceptualized in three dimensions and the dynamic power of the human spirit are explored. Three ways to find meaning are presented and examples given. Socratic dialogue is practiced. Contemporary uses of Frankl’s work are discussed. Students will develop a personal statement of meaning and discuss case studies.
This course offers fifteen contact hours of Continuing Education by the American Psychological Association & other accrediting agencies. Course must be completed within 6 months of registration to receive the Continuing Education Credits and Certificate of Completion.
Required Reading: Detailed in Course Syllabus. After registering for the course, the Course Syllabus will be accessible.
Achievement: Certificate of Completion awarded by the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy upon course completion and demonstration of mastery of materials.
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