On March 26 in Vienna, Austria, the Viktor Frankl Museum opened to great public response. Approximately 2,500 people visited the museum on the day of its opening. GTF professor and Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy, Dr. Ann V. Graber, widely recognized as a scholar of Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy, has been officially recognized by the museum. Due to her support of the museum’s efforts to create a space to honor the work of Dr. Frankl and to educate and engage the public, Dr. Graber has been recognized with a special plaque in the Viktor Frankl Museum reading “Ann V. Graber, DMin, PhD, DD, Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy (USA).” The Graduate Theological Foundation thanks Dr. Ann V. Graber for her years of dedication as a faculty member and her efforts to engage and liaise with the Viktor Frankl Institute and the new Viktor Frankl Museum in Vienna.
Dr. Graber is an Honorary Member of the International Association of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis at the Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna as well as a Diplomate of the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy in Abilene, Texas. She teaches a number of courses at the GTF in her areas of expertise, including Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy. Visit her GTF faculty profile for information.
See below for a selection of photos of the new Viktor Frankl Museum in Vienna!