Framsiden
Walter Kempler; Experiential psychotherapy within families

Through countless examples collected from more than twenty-five years of observing and treating families, Dr. Kempler shows us how we can better understand those we care about and, more importantly, how we can make our everyday conversations with them more successful and rewarding.

“…an exceptionally good presentation done with a warmth, a power, and an uncompromising kind of honesty.”
CARL A. WHITAKER, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Wisconsin Medical School

“…pervaded by a sense of strong, lively and vigorous personal engagement….”
MIRIAM POLSTER, Ph.D.
Gestalt Training Center – San Diego

“…guaranteed to challenge…ingrained ways of helping people to change.”
ALAN S. GURMAN, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Wisconsin Medical School

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Combining ten years of experience as a family physician with his training as a psychiatrist, Dr. Kempler (borned 1923) pioneered a practical, brief and to-the-point model for helping individuals by working within the context of their immediate family. His institute in Los Angeles was founded in 1960.