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 Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy: An Approach to Finding Meaning in Spite of Suffering Recording
Presented by Robert R. Hutzell PhD

90 Minutes (1.5 CE hours)

$55/member; $95/nonmember
Item Number: WebR1111
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Price: $95.00
Viennese psychiatrist Dr. Viktor Frankl is said to have brought spirituality into mental health philosophy and practice. His early tours of the United States were sponsored by the Religion in Education Foundation. His philosophy has been useful to clergy, pastoral counselors and other helping professionals. Logotherapy - the application of his philosophy - is particularly relevant in working spiritually with suffering individuals.

This webinar is designed to present Frankl's philosophy to chaplains and others who are interested in reviewing or expanding their understanding of the human being, with emphasis on the spiritual dimension. The presenter is an applied practitioner who has worked Frankl's philosophy for 35 years and has taught its philosophy and application to practitioners from many disciplines. The webinar is designed to present a clear understanding of the basics of Frankl's philosophy. Opportunities for additional and advanced reading/training will be discussed.

When you purchase this webinar recording, you will receive a PDF file with links to watch the recording and access supplemental materials directly from our website for six months. You'll be able to hear and see the complete presentation, including Q&A with the audience.

Learning Objectives

1. Describe the three basic tenets of Viktor Frankl's logotherapy.

2. Describe Frankl's categories of life-meaning values.

3. Describe working with Frankl's categories of human suffering.

4. Describe working with Frankl's categories of current emotional distress.


Robert R. Hutzell PhD is a clinical psychologist, fellow of the American Psychological Association, nationally certified health service provider in psychology and diplomate in Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy.

Hutzell has held several professional organization positions and he is editor of The International Forum for Logotherapy: Journal of Search for Meaning. He has published widely and has received several national and international recognitions. He co-conducts the advanced training course for The Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, and he has presented to various organizations, including the United Nations Non-government Organizations in 1996.