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Family logotherapy

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This paper presents a model of family treatment based upon the ideas and concepts of Victor Frankl. Franklian principles and their use in family therapy are outlined and a brief review of Frankl's philosophy is used to clarify further the use of these ideas when working with the family group.

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Lantz, J.E. Family logotherapy. Contemp Fam Ther 8, 124–135 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00891874

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Keywords

  • Health Psychology
  • Social Issue
  • Family Therapy
  • Family Group
  • Family Treatment