We would like to congratulate Dr. Ann-Marie Neale on the renewal of her accreditation by the International Association of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis at the Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna. Dr. Neale is Karen Horney Professor of Counseling and Psychology. Dr. Neale earned a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, as well as an Academic Associate and Diplomate in Logotherapy from the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, Abilene, Texas. Dr. Neal offers several very popular e-tutorials for the GTF. For a listing of her course offerings please visit her faculty profile page.
Howard Avruhm Addison, Gershom Scholem Professor of Jewish Spirituality and Director of the D.Min.Program in Jewish Spirituality has been published in the recently released anthology Birkat Kohanim: The Priestly Benediction. Rabbi Addison’s essay, “I have Dreamed a Dream” can be read on line at http://www.mesorahmatrix.com/birkat-kohanim/ The essay appears beginning page 373 in the online version.
Rabbi Addison is an Assistant Professor for Instruction at Temple University where he teaches in the Intellectual Heritage Program. Ordained as a Rabbi by the Jewish Theological Seminary, he is certified as an Enneagram teacher by Helen Palmer, as a Fellow in Contemplative Group Leadership by the Shalem Institute and as a Dream Group Leader by the Haden Institute. Rabbi Addison holds a B.A. degree from the University of Illinois, a M.A. in Philosophy from Hunter College/NYC, a M.A. in Hebrew Letters and a Doctor of Divinity from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City, a D.Min. from the Chicago Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Foundation. A founding teacher of Lev Shomea, the first institute for training spiritual directors in the Jewish tradition, his writings include The Enneagram and Kabbalah: Reading Your Soul and the anthology, Jewish Spiritual Direction.
Rabbi Addison offers the following e-tutorials for the GTF.