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16. Page in English

You can download a complete list of my publications („Veröffentlichungen.pdf“). However, as you will see, only a minority of my writings has been translated into English or was written in English in the first place. So you may want to have a look at the list of my English Texts (both articles and books).

     In what follows you will find more information about the two of my books that have been published in English: 


Empathy in Psychotherapy: How Therapists and Clients Understand Each Other. New York: Springer Publishing (2012).

     This is the English translation of my respective German book that was originally published in 2009. It won an award as one of the best three German books in the Humanities published in 2009. As a result, the translation was funded by Geisteswissenschaften International: Translation Funding for Humanities and Social Sciences from Germany, a joint initiative of the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, the German Federal Foreign Office, and the German Publishers & Booksellers Association.

Dear international visitors,

Please understand that I cannot provide you with all the information that is given on this website in German. On this page you will only find some information about my writings. If you are looking for more information, please send me an Email at <frank.staemmler[at]me.com>.

Reviews: 

„Rarely have I read a book – surely not in psychoanalysis or psychotherapy – so scholarly and so accessible, so theoretically challenging and so humanistically rich.“ (Donna Orange)

     „People intuitively know that we travel the byways of life jointly. Dr. Staemmler takes this common sense perspective and through professionally astute examination transforms it into a dependable guideline for living. His de-mystification and humanization of the elusive dynamics of communal existence returns the reader to the old adage that we are all in the same boat and, further, that it is emotionally imperative to let ourselves be there.“ (Erving Polster)

     You may download the table of contents as a PDF here.

My other American book was published under the title Aggression, Time and Understanding: Contributions to the Evolution of Gestalt Therapy in 2009 by the GestaltPress (Routledge).

From the publisher‘s announcement:

This is the first book published in English of Staemmler’s writings. In three sections, Staemmler first (supported by his Buddhist wife, Barbara Staemmler) comprehensively explores and questions the traditional gestalt therapy theory of aggression  and proposes a new approach to working with anger and hostility. 

     Further sections include in-depth examinations of the topics of  time  (the “Here and Now” and “Regressive Processes”) and  understanding  (“Dialogue and Interpretation” and “Cultivated Uncertainty”).

Reviews: 

„From Staemmler’s critical gaze concepts emerge as refreshed, re-formed, and revitalized con-structs so we can continue to develop the theory and practice of contemporary gestalt therapy.” (Dan Bloom)

„Frank-M. Staemmler is one of the most lucid thinkers I have ever known. Profoundly ethical, Aggression, Time, and Understanding is replete with thoughtful, even brilliant explorations of Gestalt therapy.“ (Lynne Jacobs)