Local logotherapist Peter Purcell has been in touch about his free walk & talks aimed at those searching for a little more meaning in this life.
The walks will most likely be along Greystones seafront to Kilcoole – what Peter calls The 5 Benches Walk – and the talk will concentrate on the philosophy, theory and practice ofViktor Frankl when it comes to dealing with loss. The Austrian author of the best-selling Man’s Search For Meaning – charting his experiences in various Nazi concentration camps – psychiatrist Frankl was the founder of logotherapy, a school of psychotherapy which describes a search for a life meaning as the central human motivational force.
Depending on demand, the walks will involve anywhere between 1 and 10 people, and the day and timing will be decided by those taking part.
Peter Purcell received first class honours and a practitioner’s diploma in Logotherapy and Existential Analysis in 2015 at Viktor Frankl Institute Dublin. He works in his spare time as a logotherapist integrating the philosophy, theory and practice of Viktor Frankl into the lives of people who are suffering and dealing with loss. He is an academic associate of Viktor Frankl Institute Ireland, accredited with the international association of logotherapy and existential analysis in Vienna.
You can book your spot for these free walk & talks by contacting Peter on0872268271.
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