This is the first text to discuss systematically the application of Viktor Frankl's psychological ideas and theories to education. Born in Vienna in 1905, Viktor Frankl was one of the most eminent and famous psychologists of the 20th Century. During the Second World War, Frankl was imprisoned in several Nazi concentration camps, but he survived and developed a therapy approach based on his experiences before and during the war. As well as the hope and inspiration that his books, ideas and lectures provided in the aftermath of the Second World War, Frankl's life, his triumph over tragedy, and his profound works continue to move and inspire us. By telling the story of Frankl's exceptional life and works, this book aims to provide the reader with both a compelling narrative and a useful resource - personal and intellectual - on Frankl's ideas and how they can be applied to education and pedagogy.