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Logotherapy elevator statement

by Batya Yaniger One of the important marketing rules is imagining you’re on an elevator, the doors and soon closing and you’ve got half a minute to say something that captures the essence of what you do. Here is my … Continue reading

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Notes on Lovejoy

Several years ago I started the practice of summarizing books I read so as not to forget the lessons I wanted to take from it. Since I’ve started the study of logotherapy I’ve been interested in various points of interface. … Continue reading

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When You’re Busy Making Other Plans

Why is it that just when I decided I was going to be vigilant about sticking to my schedule, I had to delay eating breakfast to go buy milk for my mother-in-law’s breakfast? I had decided to stick to my … Continue reading

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Reflecting

Reflecting in logotherapy is not the same as the method of mirroring back what the client has said to us. We’re mirroring back meaning. The focus is the person and not “the problem.” We stop and reflect together that he’s … Continue reading

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Which is the higher value?

I have been pondering the question of why most Israelis were in favor of the terrorist murderers in exchange for hostage deal even though most Israelis surveyed also thought the country would be less safe as a result. Here for … Continue reading

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Needs or Values?

Many years ago in social work school personal growth groups were categorized as “preventative.” I agreed when there is a risk of suicide or illness or drug abuse or anything requiring serious intervention that facilitating such a group is preventative … Continue reading

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