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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

#32 The Placement of Logotherapy Within Psychiatry and Psychology

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This podcast examines the relationship of Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy and Existential Analysis (LTEA) to other movements within psychiatry and psychology.  Logotherapy is viewed in relation to psychoanalysis, individual psychology, analytic psychology, behaviorism, third force psychology and positive psychology.


This episode continues a series begun with #25 Logotherapy Overview.

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

6 comments:

  1. Sounds like it was a great time.

    Reinforces all my prejudices against these kinds of events. Not enough time to assimilate or deepen meaningful connections.

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  2. Now caught up on the podcasts. I'll give talksenseradio a listen too.

    Hope your practise is going well. Looking forward to the next podcast.

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  3. True...most of us try to find ways to stay connected after the event and the Internet is making that easier.

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  4. I am impressed Evan! That didn't take too long. The next podcast is going to be an interview that I hope you enjoy recorded at the World Congress. Thank you, also, both the practice ... and the drumming ... are going well. :) Its a little hard getting back into the routine after vacation, though.

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  5. I wonder if you would like to do a show about how logotherapy relates to positive thinking and also the positive psychology movement.

    My judgement is that logotherapy is a deal deep than both of them.

    I think it would be interesting - there would be some similarities as well as differences I think.

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  6. I think that this is a wonderful idea! Thank you -- that is a great show idea! Like you, I think logotherapy is far, far deeper (or higher) than both and it would make for an interesting show!

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