Talk on principles and foundations of a fulfilling life at Cambridge University
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Exclusive opportunity: talk on 27th February at Cambridge University
Register for a talk on 'The existential motivations in psychology and psychotherapy – principles and foundations of a fulfilling life' held at Cambridge University.
As a human being, we are not just there in this world – we are always deciding and constructing our life and ourselves. By doing so we strive intuitively for a fulfilling and happy life. To attain this aim requires a specific precondition: the own commitment to one’s life. What are the competencies that we need so that we can feel anchored and in-touch with our values and ourselves? What can enable us to overcome life’s difficulties? How can anxiety and depression be managed so that we can reach a deep feeling of satisfaction?
This talk by Dr Alfried Laengle gives a summary of the existential analytical approach to an existentially based life which leads to meaning and inner fulfilment. This perspective is valid for both psychologists and clients. Perspectives to the work in psychological practice and psychotherapy are given.
This talk is a taster session for Dr Laengle’s new London diploma course in Existential Analysis. The four-and-a-half-year course, run by Existential Analysis and Logotherapy in the UK (GLE International) is aimed at health professionals, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, counsellors, coaches and anyone who wants to deepen their psychological knowledge. The 18-module course will provide unique skills in existential analysis and logotherapy and will qualify people to practice counselling, psychotherapy and coaching in the UK. The GLE International training programme was created by Dr Laengle in 1991 and is based on foundations developed together with Viktor Frankl, as well as Laengle’s own later research. Today, this highly successful training course is taught in North America, South America, Russia and across Europe. For more information see: https://www.gle-uk.com/existential-analysis-course
Alfried Laengle M.D., Ph.D, professor for psychotherapy, works in private practice in Vienna as a psychotherapist and is a professor in various universities. He collaborated closely with Viktor Frankl and founded a new direction in psychotherapy called existential analysis. www.laengle.info
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