About the Author
Marshall H. Lewis, Ph.D., Diplomate in Logotherapy
Marshall H. Lewis, is a psychotherapist, logotherapist and existential analyst, and hermeneutics scholar. With over 25 years of experience in the practice of psychotherapy, he presently serves as clinical director of a community mental health center serving four counties in Kansas. In this role, he is responsible for staff development and training, quality improvement and in implementing the center's mission of developing behavioral health programs that are client-centered and responsive to the needs of the community.
Marshall holds a post-graduate credential in logotherapy and existential analysis, the form of therapy developed by Dr. Viktor Frankl, a survivor of the Holocaust and author of Man's Search for Meaning. Marshall serves as a member of the Science Committee of the Viktor Frankl Institute in Vienna, Austria and sits on the faculty of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy (USA) based in Texas. He has given presentations on logotherapy both nationally and internationally.
Marshall completed a terminal master's degree in clinical psychology at Marshall University and a Ph.D. at the Center for Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Studies at the Chicago Theological Seminary. His dissertation develops logotherapy as a hermeneutic and then applies it to the Book of Job.