Today's topic covers a number of supplementary techniques developed within the context of logotherapy. The topics covered in this podcast, and their references, are listed below.
King, L.A. (2001). The health benefits of writing about life goals, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 798-807.
King, L.A. and Miner, K.N. (2000). Writing about the perceived benefits of traumatic events: Implications for physical health, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 26, 220-230.
Values Clarification and Goal Setting:
Hutzell, Robert R. and Eggert, Mary D. (1989, 1995, 2009). A Workbook to Increase Your Meaningful and Purposeful Goals (2009 PDF Edition). Online at:
Barnes, Robert C. (1995, 2006). Franklian Psychology and Attitudinal Change. Edited by George E. Rice and developed by Paul Welter. Abilene, Texas: Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy.
Existential Dream Analysis
Frankl, Viktor E. (2000). Man's Search for Ultimate Meaning. New York: Basic Books.
Graber, Ann V. (2004). Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy: Method of Choice in Ecumenical Pastoral Psychology. Lima, Ohio: Wyndham Hall Press.
The Golden Imprint
Lukas, Elisabeth. (2000). Logotherapy Textbook: Meaning-centered Psychotherapy consistent with the principles outlined by Viktor E. Frankl, MD. Translated by Theodor Brugger. Toronto: Liberty Press.
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