, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 373-386

Frankl's logotherapy: A new orientation in counseling

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This paper was delivered before the combined workshops for psychologists, chaplains, and ministers at the National institute for Rehabilitation of the Handicapped, Biloxi, Mississippi, March 18, 1969. The writer is indebted to theJournal of Graphoanalysis for permission to reproduce in the initial portion of the paper much material published in his similar article for personal counselors, September, 1968. Thanks are due also to Science and Behavior Books for permission to quote portions of Frankl's report of his logotherapeutic interview with an 80-year-old woman patient published inModern Psychotherapeutic Practice, edited by Arthur Burton.
James C. Crumbaugh, Ph.D., spent a number of years in teaching and research in psychology before assuming his present post as clinical psychologist in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Gulfort, Mississippi, in 1965. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and other professional organizations and author of many articles. He is preparing a book on logotherapy to be published next year.