Jewish Values: Viktor Frankl: A Life Worth Living

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Publication Year: 
2006
Number of Pages: 
150 p.
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The life of one of the great psychotherapists of the 20th century is presented in this meticulously researched biography of Viktor Frankl. While studying neurology in Vienna, Frankl began to develop a new type of treatment that he called logotherapy. He tested his theories under the worst of conditions while imprisoned by the Nazis in a conventration camp. Surviving the Holocaust, Frankl wrote a book about logotherapy called Man's Search for Meaning, one of the most widely read and highly regarded psychology works of modern times. He lived and died as a believing Jew.
ISBN: 
10: 0-618-72343-9; 13: 978-0-618-72343-0
Book ID: 
1072
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
No