Through the center, students may earn degrees of Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.), Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.) in Pastoral Logotherapy. These degree programs are open to ministry professionals working as practitioners in pastoral care and counseling.
Often referred to as the "Third Viennese School of Psychotherapy,"
Dr. Ann V. Graber will serve as Director of the graduate center. A globally-recognized expert on Viktor Frankl, Graber has authored a number of works on the legacy of the founder of logotherapy.
"The Center is the first graduate-level program with a core curriculum focused specifically upon the pastoral character and practice of logotherapy for ministry professionals working as practitioners in pastoral care and counseling,"
Since its founding in 1962, the Graduate Theological Foundation has become recognized the world over as a premier non-profit educational institution for ministry professionals and as a leader in ecumenical and interreligious education that encourages pluralism, fosters dialogue and supports academic excellence. We engage in scholarly research, academic publishing, awarding of professional and academic degrees across a range of disciplines, and awarding of fellowships and grants.