Subscribe by Email  
Custom Search

Saturday, March 3, 2018

#85: Interview with Ekaterina Voulfson, Founder of the Viktor Frankl Center, St. Petersburg

Format option:

Ekaterina Voulfson is a logotherapist from St. Petersburg with a clinical psychology background. She maintains a private practice specializing in single issues and holds logotherapeutic groups for adults and teenagers.

She is the founder of the Viktor Frankl Center in St. Petersburg where she is a leader of training programs on logotherapy. She organizes numerous events and projects promoting logotherapy including public lectures, logotherapy conferences, and exhibitions.

She is currently assisting with the upcoming Fourth International Congress on Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy to be held in Moscow in August.

More about her work and the Viktor Frank Center can be found at:

The Fourth International Congress on the Future of Logotherapy will be held in Moscow, Russian Federation, August 28 to September 1, 2018. The conference website includes the congress program, online registration, call for papers, travel information, and contacts. It can be found here:,-kongressyi-i-simpoziumyi/the-4th-international-congress-the-future-of-logotherapy.html

Thank you for listening. Please email any questions or comments to and may you have a meaningful day.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

#84 On the Meaning of Love

Format option:

LogoTalk Radio #84: On the Meaning of Love is a reading of the following article:

Frankl, V. E. (1987). On the meaning of love. The International Forum for Logotherapy 10(1), 5-8.

Some context: LogoTalk Radio is experimenting with new audio approaches in the coming year, including the anticipation of Facebook Live Audio. Though not live, this recording was made without editing or other post production, much as a live audio stream might be. LogoTalk Radio #84 was offered exclusively on our Facebook page for a number of days beginning on Valentine's Day before being placed on the usual feed.

Thank you for listening. Please email any questions or comments to and may you have a meaningful St. Valentine's Day.