Logotherapy is a different way to see yourself and a different way to relate to the world. You are always free and not a victim of circumstance. You are invited to respond, and not react, to whatever happens.
Hear more about Logotherapy on this radio interview: Logotherapy: A Way of Life to Meaning
The courses take the student through four training levels:
Introductory Level: Personal enrichment, designed for professionals and non-professionals, focusing on the application of Logotherapy to day-to-day life. Includes readings and questions on the readings, interactive discussion, and a short presentation of the concepts at the end.
Intermediate Level: Basic tools and techniques, designed to enhance counseling skills. Includes readings and questions on the readings, interactive discussion, role play, practice session with a real client and a project at the end.
Advanced Level: Intensive training in the application of Logotherapy in professional settings. The clinical track prepares students for application in therapeutic contexts and the educational/administrative track prepares students for application in educational, administrative or corporate settings. Includes readings and questions on the readings, interactive discussion, case supervision and a written and oral presentation based on case transcriptions or a workshop.
Diplomate Level: Independent research study designed to deepen skills in one’s particular field and to learn to be a trainer and teacher of Logotherapy. This course continue the two tracks of the advanced level.
Certification for the Introductory and Intermediate level training is given by the Viktor Frankl Institute of Israel. Certification for the Advanced and Diplomate levels is given by the Viktor Frankl Institute of the U.S. in Abeline, Texas. The Institute in Israel and in the United States are not licensing bodies. They do not grant a master’s or doctorate degree. The certification is intended as a form of continuing education, to enrich the student’s skill base.
To receive information on the four course levels, including structure, costs and reading requirements, click here