Meaning

A Play Based on the Life of Viktor E. Frankl

By: Rubin Battino


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Size: 234mm x 154mm

Pages : 128

ISBN : 9781899836833

Format: Paperback

Published: March 2002


Psychiatrist and neurologist, Viktor E. Frankl, was the founder of Logotherapy, the third Viennese school of psychiatry, concerned with helping people find meaning in their lives.

Meaning is a biography in play form. Using many of his own words, the play focuses on key moments in Frankl’s life: it explores his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp, his development of Logotherapy and his insights into the human condition. His book Man’s Search for Meaning has influenced millions of people worldwide.

Richly illustrated with photographs of Frankl’s life and times, including both painful images of imprisonment in the camps and joyful family portraits, Meaning presents this extraordinary man’s life in a dramatic and readable style. It will appeal to those familiar with Frankl’s work, and inspire new readers to learn more about this remarkable man and his contribution to the cause of humanity.


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Rubin Battino

Rubin Battino MS has a private practice in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He is an Adjunct Professor for the Department of Human Services at Wright State University, and has over twenty five years of experience as a facilitator of a support group for people who have life-challenging diseases and for caregivers. He is a Fellow of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (UK), and also a Fellow of two chemistry societies. Other publications by Rubin include: Healing Language. A Guide for Physicians, Dentists, Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, and Counselors; Howie and Ruby. Conversations 2000 - 2007;, That's Right, Is it Not? A Play About the Life of Milton H. Erickson, MD, and Using Guided Imagery and Hypnosis in Brief Therapy and Palliative Care.

Click here to listen to Rubin's interview with London School of Clinical Communications and Hypnosis.


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