Remember Logotherapists who passed on: Rosemary Henrion

...Given the recent loss in our community, and Maria Marshall’s wonderful idea to create a virtual place to remember logotherapists who passed on, I would like to invite all of you to contribute names, photos, and biographical sketches of logotherapists you would like to see remembered as members of our large family.
These might be the better-known pioneers whose work left visible traces, and those who worked tirelessly with patients and those in need of help, but mostly did so behind the scenes and might therefore not be as well-known and famous.
As to the former, I think, for example, of James C. Crumbaugh and Maholick, former assistants like Rolf von Eckartsberg (who, I believe, was at Harvard), Joe Fabry, Mignon Eisenberg, Lotte Bodendorfer, Hiroshi Takashima, Jerry Long, Robert C. Leslie, James E. Lantz, Edith Weisskopf, Robin Goodenough, James D. Yoder, etc. etc.
It would be wonderful to honour their lives and work on an “in memoriam” page, and, where applicable, make their writings, perhaps even recordings, or other contributions (and personal memories of their students, friends, and colleagues) accessible.
And – if anyone would like to volunteer in organizing the material and helping with the “in memoriam”-project, I would be very grateful.

Maria Marshall 
Rosemary Henrion worked with J C Crumbaugh.
 Kent Estes was a Professor of Counselling in Nebraska, chair of call for papers until his untimely death.
In Australia, Janus Fraillon, MD, was an early pioneer.
Mr. G. Lukas was co-founder of the South German Institute.
In Canada, Father Tom McKillop was a pioneer.


Rosemary Henrion
 The International Forum for Logotherapy, 2004. 27, 3-8.

Logoanalysis is a special logotherapy technique and a program, initially developed in the early 70's by James Crumbaugh, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist. It presently consists of the following revised seven steps:
Step One: Discovering Who You Really Are.
Step Two: Handling Personal Loss.
Step Three: Developing Self-Confidence.
Step Four: Getting into the Mind-set necessary for Discovering New Meaning and Purpose.
Step Five: Encounter: Relating to Significant Others of Both Sexes.
Step Six:         Dereflection: Defusing Liabilities and Infusing Assets. 

Step Seven: The Final Scene: Commitment.
Viktor Frankl, MD, Ph.D., approved the technique and the program. Logoanalysis, as a formal program, was initiated 30 years ago and became a unique, holistic program.
ROSEMARY HENRION, MSN, R.N., is a Diplomate in Logotherapy and Faculty Member and Member of The International Board of Directors of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy.
1 Crumbaugh, J., & Henrion, R. (2004). The Power of Meaningful lntimacy: Key to Successful Relationships. Philadelphia: Xlibris Corporation.
2 Lukas, E. (2000). Logotherapy Textbook. Toronto: Liberty Press