Prof. Rachel Asagba is acknowledged as one of the pioneers of Logotherapy in Africa.
She visited Dr. Viktor Frankl in Vienna in the early 90s and completed her logotherapy training
with Dr. Elizabeth Lukas. She documents these in one of her books below
Snippets of Rachel's Logotherapy journey
She described her studies in Vienna and her vision for Nigeria in the following crucial article,
which was published in 1993. It includes a photo that was taken by Dr. Lukas' husband, Gerhard in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany. They would all remain good friends for the years to come.
In 2013, she became a diplomate clinician under the supervision of Dr. Cynthia Wimberly, who in a recent online post shared these photos and made this remark about her experience with Rachel: “She taught me more than I could teach her”.
Photos courtesy of Cynthia Wimberly, PhD (https://kairos3x.com)
Rachel participated in a number of logotherapy specific conferences and workshops since the late 90s. The photos below are courtesy of Charles McLafferty (http://purposeresearch.com)
Nineteenth World Congress of Logotherapy, Dallas, Texas, June 23, 2013
Marianna Falcon Cooper, Irina Abinya, Rachel & Ann-Marie Neale at the Viktor Frankl World Congress o
Rachel with Memduh Ozmert, 2015 World Congress
With Irina Abinya at Viktor Frankl World Congress of Logotherapy, 2017
Rachel Asagba and Jared Bishop, Dallas, Texas, June 23, 2013.
Rachel and Cyndi Wimberly preparing to present at the 20th World Congress of Logotherapy in Dallas,
Rachel at the opening reception to the 20th World Congress of Logotherapy in Dallas, Texas, June, 20
Rachel at the 20th World Congress of Logotherapy in Dallas, Texas, June, 2015
Rachel with Dmitri Leontiev (Moscow) at the first Future of Logotherapy conference in Vienna, Austri
Rachel receiving her Diplomate in logotherapy in Dallas, Texas, June 21, 2013