Logotherapy and Existential Analysis
Logotherapy and Existential Analysis (LTEA) is an internationally acknowledged and empirically based meaning-centred approach to psychotherapy.
It is identifying the search for a meaning in life as the primary motivational force in human beings.
Logotherapy is applied therapy on the basis of the psychological-anthropological model developed by Viktor Frankl.
Existential Analysis means analysis with respect to existence, or explication of existence with consideration of a self-responsible, self-realized and humane life. It is the philosophical and scientific basis of Logotherapy as well as an essential part of a therapy proper.
The approach: Frankl's approach is based on three philosophical and psychological concepts: Freedom of Will, Will to Meaning, and Meaning in Life.
In general existential analysis the pursuit of meaning is discussed and identified as a basic motivation in humans.
On this basis the therapeutic effects of a successful search for meaning may be explained. Arguments are provided to demonstrate the fundamental possibility of finding meaning in life.
In special existential analysis the specific individual life of a person or a group is probed for the possible existential roots of a mental or psychological disorder. In this context it provides the basis for a logo-therapy as a specific therapy proceeding via the existential core.
Thus the therapeutic value of existential analysis lies in the learning of the concrete existential situation and giving assistance in the search for meaning.
Aim: clients are aided in achieving the openness and flexibility that will enable them to shape their day-to-day lives in a meaningful manner.
This psychotherapy is recommended for compulsive disorders, sexual disorders, sleeplessness, anxiety, vegetative syndromes.
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