Tag Archives: human spirit

Opening up to Nature

By Avraham Friedman On my most recent vacation, traveling in the 1000 Islands region of Ontario Canada, I was struck by the fact that I was standing in a boat and simply staring out at the different islands as we … Continue reading

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Healing through Human Becoming

I’ve just been doing the dishes after reading the book Viktor Frankl by Anna Redsand and suddenly it hit me. We’ve been telling people the uniqueness of logotherapy is that it puts meaning squarely in the center of concern. The … Continue reading

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Logotherapy in Australia

The next conference presentation I attended was by Dr. Paul McQuillan titled Befriending the Human Spirit: the Need for A Logotherapeutic Approach to Counseling in Australia. He spoke about the need to understand the culture and mind-set of the Australian … Continue reading

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Spiritual foundations of logotherapeutic skills: Spirit

The most important skill any therapist can have is spiritual sensitivity. One of the most important, critical aspects of spiritual sensitivity is the belief that the person you are about to see is a precious, unique, singular human being. There … Continue reading

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On halacha and being human

Thirty years ago I once went to a non-kosher restaurant with my university friends. They all ordered their cheeseburgers or whatever it was and I sat there with the food in front of me. It smelled good and I was … Continue reading

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