Category Archive: Meaning of life

Feb 14

Positive Psychology 2.0: Towards a Balanced Interactive Model of the Good Life

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Wong, P. (2011) Positive Psychology 2.0: Towards a Balanced Interactive Model of the Good Life. DrPaulWong.Com   Abstract This paper first describes the growing pains and challenges of the positive psychology (PP) movement and identified the four pillars of the good life as meaning, virtue, resilience, and well-being, which are all shaped by culture. I …

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Jan 15

Logotherapy and Existential Analysis – Viktor Frankl Legacy

Frankl, V. E. (1985). Man’s search for meaning. New York, NY: Pocket Books. Logotherapy/Existential Analysis (LTEA) is an empirically based, meaning-centred approach to psychotherapy. Logotherapy was developed by the Jewish Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist Dr. Viktor E. Frankl (1905-1997), who survived the horors of the Holocaust, and later published he international bestseller Man’s Search for …

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