This page contains information on therapists and businesses that offer a variety Logotherapy related services in South Africa.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 18:59
Clinical Logotherapist-healing through meaning/ individual psychotherapy
Ashmin believes in preserving the rights and the dignity of human beings; strongly believing that no individual is without value regardless of who you are or where you’ve been.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 17:36
The People Developer
Dr Barbara Johnson, The People Developer, has some 35 years’ experience in People Development. Barbara believes in stepping out of her own comfort zone just as she asks her clients to do.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 17:42
There is always hope, sometimes we just have to find it.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 19:04
My speeches give Currently Unaffected People (i.e. those who haven’t been involved in an accident – YET) the belief that they can do anything in life – if they can give it personal meaning.
Dr Meba Alphonse Kanda
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 17:48
Meaning centred counselling and workshops
Achieving holistic healing for individual and community health and peace through the search for meaning.
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 April 2015 11:55
Individual Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Couple /Marital Therapy, Scholastic Assessments, Medical Hypnoanalysis, Logotherapy
Logotherapy has helped me break free from old patterns of thoughts and behaviours. It has also given me new ways to answer for my own life by detecting the meaning of the moment and assuming my responsibility for living a meaningful authentic life.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 17:56
Personal development through experiential journeys to India and Nepal
Combines teachings and techniques of Logotherapy with personal experiences.
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 April 2015 12:14
Professional and ethical counselling
On her website Logotherapy Online Counselling, Marylyn Hodkinson offers counselling online under the umbrella of Logotherapy. The primary aim of this service is to provide access to professional and ethical counselling no matter who you are or where you live in this world of ours.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 19:00
Specialising in adult survivors of child abuse.
I find great meaning in working with the aged, terminally ill, dying and bereaved. I do my best to help those who come to me by drawing from my own life experiences in trying to understand what they are experiencing through sharing and helping them to cope, overcome and transcend their struggles.
Sorette Roose (van Jaarsveld)
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 17:38
Logotherapist – Individual and Group Facilitation
Sorette draws on her academic Psychological, Logotherapy and Organisational Development training, and her own experiences, when working with groups, involved in facilitating leadership- and culture transformation as well as diversity- and change workshops.
Zelda Isaacson (Dr)
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 April 2015 11:59
Logotherapy sessions and workshops
I use an eclectic approach within a logotherapeutic framework. This includes guided meditation,dream analysis and psychodrama. I have had articles published in the logotherapy journal on dream analysis and the role of love in relationships.
I think that taking life seriously means something such as this: that whatever man does on this planet has to be done in the lived truth of the terror of creation, of the grotesque, of the rumble of panic underneath everything. Otherwise it is false. Whatever is achieved must be achieved with the full exercise of passion, of vision, of pain, of fear, and of sorrow. How do we know ... that our part of the meaning of the universe might not be a rhythm in sorrow?