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Logotherapy for the helping professional : meaningful social work

Author: David Guttmann
Publisher: New York : Springer Pub. Co., ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this helpful guide, the author explains the pioneering work of Dr. Viktor Frankl and his theories of logotherapy. This volume will enable helping professionals to supplement traditional methods of psychotherapy with logotherapy techniques to improve their effectiveness through clearer understanding of their clients' problems. Professionals can then derive greater personal meaning and satisfaction from their work,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Guttmann
ISBN: 0826190200 9780826190208
OCLC Number: 33008377
Description: xvi, 256 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Viktor E. Frankl --
1. The Development of Logotherapy --
2. Logotherapy and Psychoanalysis: Similarities and Differences --
3. The Noetic or Spiritual Dimension --
4. The "Tragic Triad": Logotherapy's Attitude to Guilt, Suffering, and Death --
5. Paradoxical Intention as a Special Logotherapeutic Technique --
6. "De-Reflection" as Counteracting Behavior --
7. Other Logotherapeutic Techniques --
8. The "Socratic Dialogue": Logotherapy's Main Tool in Helping Seekers Search for Meaning --
9. Research on Major Logotherapeutic Concepts --
10. Further Developments in Logotherapeutic Research.
Responsibility: David Guttmann.

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In this helpful guide, the author explains the pioneering work of Dr. Viktor Frankl and his theories of logotherapy. This volume will enable helping professionals to supplement traditional methods of psychotherapy with logotherapy techniques to improve their effectiveness through clearer understanding of their clients' problems. Professionals can then derive greater personal meaning and satisfaction from their work, thereby lessening the potential for stress and burnout.

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