From Solution-Focused Therapy to Meaning-Focused Therapy

EXCERPT: From Solution-Focused Therapy to Meaning-Focused Therapy I am surprised about how much my meaning-focused therapy is similar to brief-strategy therapy and solution-focused therapy. I am also surprised about how Dr. Frankl work in logotherapy also had features...

A Case Study of Dissociative Disorder in Meaning Therapy

EXCERPT: A Case Study of Suicide Prevention in Meaning Therapy This case study focuses on one of my clients, who was a young man with disheveled long hair and unkempt clothing. His presenting problem was dissociative disorder with hypochondriac symptoms, such as...

A Case Study of Suicide Prevention in Meaning Therapy

EXCERPT: A Case Study of Suicide Prevention in Meaning Therapy A tall and handsome young man walked into my counselling room with a drooping head. He spoke with a weak voice and he avoided any eye contact. He was a twenty-something client with a history of two...

Meaning Therapy for the Rich But Miserable People.

EXCERPT: Meaning Therapy for the Rich But Miserable People I have worked with several rich, successful, but unhappy clients. They include CEOs, medical doctors, lawyers, movie stars, and consultants. My meaning-focused therapy has worked well with them because it is...

The Current Mental Health Crisis and Meaning Therapy

EXCERPT: The Old Paradigm is No Longer Working The WHO World Mental Health Survey (WMH) shows that trauma exposure is common; about 70% of people experience lifetime traumas. If untreated, trauma leads to depression, PTSD, and suicide. Suicide rates in the U.S. have...