Which issues does logotherapy treat?
Logotherapy is helpful in treating:
- Those who are experiencing fears and anxiety
- Those who are feeling hopeless and helpless
- Those who are troubled by self-doubt and disillusionment
- Those who are coping with trauma stress and illness
- Those who have lost their sense of purpose
Logotherapy is good for these issues because it allows you to trust yourself and trust that life is good even if it’s hard sometimes.
The future-focus of logotherapy generates hope and resourcefulness.
The belief that every person has something special to contribute to the world restores self-worth.
Does logotherapy have a religious slant?
Logotherapy is religious-friendly. It begins with the assumption that there are no accidents in life. Clearly, this fits with the sense that God is guiding you to where you need to go. Clients for whom God is a key element in their life will be strengthened in and through their relationship with God
At the same time, logotherapy is a therapeutic modality and not a religious one. No matter what a person’s ideals and aspirations are, it is LIFE that is challenging them to grow. Problems are part of life because they are part of your life-work to transform them into a force for good.
What happens in a logotherapy session? How does it work?
In a session, you are part of a dialogue which speaks to your heart as well as your mind. You will explore what you know deep down to be true and what you most deeply want. The therapist will work together with you to find out what makes life worth living and how life seems to be guiding you.
I am interested in learning more about logotherapy. Where can I become more involved?
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