• Psychosocial Logotherapy

  • By: Thomas Hodge
  • Narrated by: Carl Moore
  • Length: 29 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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Psychosocial Logotherapy

By: Thomas Hodge
Narrated by: Carl Moore
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Publisher's Summary

The psycho-social stage theory couples with cognitive therapy that focuses on rational and irrational beliefs to produce a lasting change in maladaptive beliefs. The focus of the processes of maladaptive development and irrational belief systems also contribute to a lack of meaning or a meaning that is harmful to the individual’s healthy image of himself or herself. The focus on self-development raises awareness of tendencies and biases that the individual holds. A transition to current irrational and rational beliefs direct the individual toward change, and the concluding treatment with an emphasis on providing a meaning and purpose for the individual to understand the events of life allow for a lasting solution for the individual to be able to maintain the changes that had been created as a result of the therapeutic process. The approach also provides flexibility that allows for the approach to be adapted to address cultural awareness and identity while allowing for non-discriminatory treatment of women through the same approach.

©2014 Thomas Hodge (P)2014 Thomas Hodge

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Very brief

The book is a very brief overview of logo therapy enhanced by REBT. It is not a good resource or reference.

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Interesting but needs more details

Where does Psychosocial Logotherapy rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

about middle

What about Carl Moore’s performance did you like?

Calm and soothing

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There needs to be more research and information about this type of therapy. I am familiar with similar approaches but it would be nice for there to be a little more this type of therapy.

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Expected more

I thought this would be a useful companion to Victor Frankel's work. But instead it is a dronish voice reading what I can only guess was harvested from Wikipedia or some other general source. Not what I expected.

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Not for a layperson

It gives professional information precisely as given in the book description—psychosocial Logotherapy by Thomas Hodge narrated by Carl Moore audiobook from Audible. Narration includes technical language, which gives me a thought that would be valuable for a professional familiar with the psychological terminology and knowledgeable about technicality. A layperson would have drawbacks. The length of the book was brief, only thirty minutes. Having listened to this publication was informative for me. However, as a GP, I have only ten minutes per consultation. Implementing any psychological technics would have been difficult in Lithuanian Health System. Anyway, this is only my impression. Still, I appreciate the knowledge given me through this edition.