Noogenic neurosis is a term in logotherapy denoting a form of neurosis stemming from "existential frustration" (see existential crisis). The term was coined by Dr. Viktor Frankl, the founder of logotherapy.
Noogenic refers to the nooetic or spiritual dimension in humans.
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