Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna




XXVI Jornadas-Encuentro de la Asociacón España de Logoterapia:
Dignidad Humana y Retos de Nuestro Tiempo

Universidad De Deusto, Donostia - San Sebastián
Octubre 7 - 8, 2022

XXVI Congreso Argentino / VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de logoterapia:
Reencontrándanos desde el Sentido

Faculdad de Psicología y Psicopedagogía de la Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires
Octubre 20 - 22, 2022

The crisis of the concept of Man: Finding lost ideals
Online discussion on occasion of the Moscow Institute
of Psychoanalysis 25th anniversary
Discutants: Svetlana Shtukareva, Alexander Batthyany
May 18, 2022 | Watch Stream

New Books

Viktor Frankl:

The Will to Meaning (Russian)

Воля к смыслу:
Это безусловно один из важнейших трудов Виктора Франкла, в котором просто и доступно описаны основы и способы применения логотерапии.
Книга написана таким легким языком, что ее с удовольствием будут рекомендовать психологи и психотерапевты своим клиентам.

Tetsuo Okamoto:

The clinical philosophy of V.E.Frankl
Educational theory in the view of homo patiens

What is the response of Frankl's philosophy to history? This is the latest compilation of Frankl's research, which argues that it can promote a shift in the perspective of human development from the understanding of human beings as Homo patiens, and renarrate the "ethics of education" for overcoming nihilism.



Alexander Batthyany:

Viktor Frankl and the Shoah: Advancing the Debate

This book explores the intellectual and political biography of Viktor Frankl. It focuses on his life and works and political thinking from the late 1920’s to the years in Nazi-occupied Vienna, and finally the time in the concentration camps Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, and Dachau. It presents new archival findings on Frankl’s involvement with the Austrian Zionist Movement, his attempts to sabotage the Nazi “euthanasia” program, and his scathing critiques of the NS-Psychotherapy school around Göring and his students, published during the years before Frankl’s deportation.
The book addresses recent attempts by the author Timothy Pytell to portray Frankl as a “fellow traveler” of the Nazi regime and corrects the fundamental errors and misrepresentations in Pytell’s work. It thus offers important perspectives on the intellectual history of ideas in psychology and existential psychotherapy, and serves as key material on the development of psychotherapy before and during the Holocaust.