We all struggle to process our experiences, achievements, and failures within the context of a meaningful life. Knowing how to discuss meaning, and how to help patients find it, is a vital tool for all mental health practitioners. The concept of meaning-in-life (MIL) can help clients come to understand their lives as filled with significance and purpose.
In this groundbreaking book, author Clara Hill analyzes various theoretical approaches to MIL, and provides clear, practical guidance on how to incorporate MIL as a construct and focus in therapy. Hill weighs decades of research on MIL against her own recent work at the University of Maryland, distinguishing MIL research from other similar constructs and discussing the various sources of meaning that we all can find and apply in our daily lives. With strong case