Fr. Murasso is the author of Logotherapy


"Unlike other psychotherapies throughout the history of modern psychology, Logotherapy gives new meaning to the place of the spiritual. This book undertakes a brief examination of the similarities between the healing ministry of Christ and the principles of Logotherapy developed by Viktor Frankl. In Christ's relationship with those who desire healing, his focus is on their noetic core. The Logos of Logotherapy, when viewed in the context of Christic Wisdom is at the same time, the Logos of God; because through a dia-logos leading to man's discovery of self, man discovers God." -Jeremiah N. Murasso, Ph.D., Ed.D. Jeremiah Nicholas Murasso is a Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Hartford, Connecticut. He holds Master Degrees in Dogmatic & Pastoral Theology, Philosophy, Education and Psychology, and two sixth-year certificates of advanced study in the areas of School Administration & Supervision and School Psychology. Murasso holds doctorates in Pastoral Psychology and Education. In addition to post graduate work at the Graduate Theological Foundation in South Bend, IN, Murasso has also studied at the Centro Pro Unione, The Center for Ecumenical Studies in Rome, and Oxford University in the UK. Murasso is a pastoral and school psychologist, a member of the American Association of Pastoral Counselers and holds Diplomate Credentials from The Association for Pastoral Counseling & Supervision and The Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy. Murasso is pastor of the St. Francis of Assisi Church in South Windsor, CT.



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