Logotherapy in Everyday Life

‘Reaching Your Potential: Using Logotherapy in Everyday Life’ 4 sessions: 25th September & 2nd/9th/16th October 2018 7pm – 9pm  Mirabilis Health, 7 Farmley Road, Glengormley, Co. Antrim, BT36 7TY Logotherapy and Existential Analysis, sometimes known as the ‘Third Viennese School of Psychotherapy’ and following on from Freud’s Psychoanalysis and Adler’s Individual Psychology, was formulated by the … More Logotherapy in Everyday Life

God, Psychiatric Illness & Uncovering Meaning

The psychiatrist Professor Viktor Frankl recounted in one of his many books an experience a student of his had whilst a patient in a psychiatric hospital. It refers to a time when psychiatry was much less enlightened and sophisticated than it is today. Nonetheless, it is demonstrative of the fact that we can find meaning … More God, Psychiatric Illness & Uncovering Meaning

What is Logotherapy?

As a Logotherapist & Existential Analyst I often get asked the question, ‘what is Logotherapy’? It’s actually simpler than it might sound! So, to help with that question I’ve produced a short video that explains the basics:

‘The Killing Nurses of the Third Reich’

The perversion of medical ethics that characterised the Third Reich is painful to comprehend in both its scope and form.  From initially murdering children with disabilities, participating doctors and nurses moved on to the involuntary euthanisation of adults with mental illnesses and learning disabilities. Although generally selected by physicians, the actual killings were normally carried … More ‘The Killing Nurses of the Third Reich’

‘Man Cannot Stand A Meaningless Life’

Carl Jung was a fascinating, engaging and pioneering Psychiatrist who had an in-depth knowledge of theology, anthropology, philosophy, archaeology and mythology; he was a unique polymath and very much ahead of his time. Jung’s ‘Analytical Psychology’ has had, and continues to have, an enormous impact in various fields of human endeavour. Jung was interviewed in … More ‘Man Cannot Stand A Meaningless Life’

Meaning & Wellbeing: Looking to the Future

For those who are interested, I have a second website dedicated to my role as a Logotherapist & Existential Analysis. Logotherapy was developed by Psychiatrist and Holocaust Survivor Prof. Viktor Frankl; its premise is that humans are motivated by the pursuit of meaning throughout their lives and in individual circumstances. In his book ‘Man’s Search … More Meaning & Wellbeing: Looking to the Future