Ernst G. Beier

Ernst Gunther Beier
Breslau (Wrocław) 1916

 

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Dearest uncle ernst, this is helmuts daughter, i am sorry to tell you in this way that my dad has passed away and his mom a few years later. I tried to look you up on michigan ave, but the house was not yours anymore...needless to say that the univetsity didnt bother to see me. You have impacted my life and my mom doris says *hi* in her shy way. What you done for my father and thus me is not to be captured in words hugs from spain(yes i left germany) Karin monika
karin essig...now perez <karin.banjanac@web.de>
- Friday, October 31, 2014 (16:22:35 CET)
Dear Mr. Beier, I'm writing to you from the literary agency Curtis Brown, Ltd. We would like to speak with you about a matter related to your book People-Reading, represented by Curtis Brown. We would appreciate it if you got in touch with us using the e-mail address provided. Thank you. Sincerely, Stuart Waterman
Stuart Waterman <sw@cbltd.com>
- Friday, May 16, 2014 (17:22:21 CEST)
Dear Mr. Beier, I'm writing to you from the literary agency Curtis Brown, Ltd. We would like to speak with you about a matter related to your book People-Reading, represented by Curtis Brown. We would appreciate it if you got in touch with us using the e-mail address provided. Thank you. Sincerely, Stuart Waterman
Stuart Waterman <sw@cbltd.com>
- Friday, May 16, 2014 (17:21:44 CEST)
Dear Dr. Beier, I am presenting a poster at the Amnesty International USA meeting this week in Chicago. The idea I am presenting involves using an asocial response as a step toward helping people who are violating human rights treat political activists more humanely. What I remember from a course that I took from your student David Young is that you developed the idea of using an asocial response from your experiences in Germany during WWII, and it would be helpful to explain the specific circumstances as to how you developed the idea at this conference. I would greatly appreciate it if you would e-mail me this information--even if it is later than this week as I am planning on continuing to use the idea of asocial response in the area of behavior change and human rights. Sincerely, Florence Pauly, MSN (ftpauly@gmail.com)
Flroence Pauly, MSN <ftpauly@gmail.com>
- Monday, March 31, 2014 (17:43:44 CEST)
Dear Dr. Beier, I am presenting a poster at the Amnesty International USA meeting this week in Chicago. The idea I am presenting involves using an asocial response as a step toward helping people who are violating human rights treat political activists more humanely. What I remember from a course that I took from your student David Young is that you developed the idea of using an asocial response from your experiences in Germany during WWII, and it would be helpful to explain the specific circumstances as to how you developed the idea at this conference. I would greatly appreciate it if you would e-mail me this information--even if it is later than this week as I am planning on continuing to use the idea of asocial response in the area of behavior change and human rights. Sincerely, Florence Pauly, MSN (ftpauly@gmail.com)
Flroence Pauly, MSN <ftpauly@gmail.com>
- Monday, March 31, 2014 (17:43:16 CEST)
Dear Dr. Beier, I am presenting a poster at the Amnesty International USA meeting this week in Chicago. The idea I am presenting involves using an asocial response as a step toward helping people who are violating human rights treat political activists more humanely. What I remember from a course that I took from your student David Young is that you developed the idea of using an asocial response from your experiences in Germany during WWII, and it would be helpful to explain the specific circumstances as to how you developed the idea at this conference. I would greatly appreciate it if you would e-mail me this information--even if it is later than this week as I am planning on continuing to use the idea of asocial response in the area of behavior change and human rights. Sincerely, Florence Pauly, MSN (ftpauly@gmail.com)
Flroence Pauly, MSN <ftpauly@gmail.com>
- Monday, March 31, 2014 (17:43:01 CEST)
Dear Dr. Beier, I am a graduate student of your student's student and am pursuing a project which encourages us to trace our mentor-ship genealogy by looking up our mentor's mentors and so on. I am the student of Dr. Guarnaccia, who was a student of Dr. Alex Zautra, who I was informed that you had mentored. It has been very interesting to trace the mentor genealogy and find your page! If you notice this comment I would appreciate hearing from you the name of your graduate mentor to continue the lineage. Thanks for the experience, Megan Douglas University of North Texas
Megan <megandouglas@my.unt.edu>
- Tuesday, June 18, 2013 (05:40:05 CEST)
Dear Dr. Beier, I am a graduate student of your student's student and am pursuing a project which encourages us to trace our mentor-ship genealogy by looking up our mentor's mentors and so on. I am the student of Dr. Guarnaccia, who was a student of Dr. Alex Zautra, who I was informed that you had mentored. It has been very interesting to trace the mentor genealogy and find your page! If you notice this comment I would appreciate hearing from you the name of your graduate mentor to continue the lineage. Thanks for the experience, Megan Douglas University of North Texas
Megan <megandouglas@my.unt.edu>
- Tuesday, June 18, 2013 (05:39:43 CEST)
Reading such lovely comments about such an extraordinary man makes me feel very lucky to know him. He continues to amaze me with his gentle smile and kind spirit. He has taught me so much about so many things but mostly how to live. To never give up, to live everyday without effort and to be happy. Thank you for everything.
Lisa Jameson
- Thursday, September 27, 2012 (09:18:04 CEST)
Hallo Professor Beier! Ich komme aus stuttgart und studiere gerade Psychologie and der university of utah und traf dort auf Ihren Namen! Ich würde so gerne mit Ihnen über Ihren Werdegang und die Erfahrungen als Psychologe erfahren! Sie sind aber im Ruhestand und haben sicher eine Menge zu tun. Ich bin froh hier mehr Deutsche anzutreffen, besonders welche, die Psychologie studierten! Mfg, Lucie Campbell (ehem. Bertuleit)
Lucie Bertuleit Campbell
- Friday, August 24, 2012 (19:24:37 CEST)
Hallo Professor Beier! Ich komme aus stuttgart und studiere gerade Psychologie and der university of utah und traf dort auf Ihren Namen! Ich würde so gerne mit Ihnen über Ihren Werdegang und die Erfahrungen als Psychologe erfahren! Sie sind aber im Ruhestand und haben sicher eine Menge zu tun. Ich bin froh hier mehr Deutsche anzutreffen, besonders welche, die Psychologie studierten! Mfg, Lucie Campbell (ehem. Bertuleit)
Lucie Bertuleit Campbell <lucie.r.campbell@gmail.com>
- Friday, August 24, 2012 (19:23:44 CEST)
Hallo Professor Beier! Ich komme aus stuttgart und studiere gerade Psychologie and der university of utah und traf dort auf Ihren Namen! Ich würde so gerne mit Ihnen über Ihren Werdegang und die Erfahrungen als Psychologe erfahren! Sie sind aber im Ruhestand und haben sicher eine Menge zu tun. Ich bin froh hier mehr Deutsche anzutreffen, besonders welche, die Psychologie studierten! Mfg, Lucie Campbell (ehem. Bertuleit)
Lucie Bertuleit Campbell <lucie.r.campbell@gmail.com>
- Friday, August 24, 2012 (19:23:40 CEST)
Hallo Professor Beier! Ich komme aus stuttgart und studiere gerade Psychologie and der university of utah und traf dort auf Ihren Namen! Ich würde so gerne mit Ihnen über Ihren Werdegang und die Erfahrungen als Psychologe erfahren! Sie sind aber im Ruhestand und haben sicher eine Menge zu tun. Ich bin froh hier mehr Deutsche anzutreffen, besonders welche, die Psychologie studierten! Mfg, Lucie Campbell (ehem. Bertuleit)
Lucie Bertuleit Campbell <lucie.r.campbell@gmail.com>
- Friday, August 24, 2012 (19:23:28 CEST)
Hello Ernst- We have been out of touch for too long. Please send me an email and let us catch up. Robert Morgan
Robert Morgan <morganfoundation@earthlink.net>
- Friday, June 29, 2012 (22:32:42 CEST)
Hello Ernst- We have been out of touch for too long. Please send me an email and let us catch up. Robert Morgan
Robert Morgan <morganfoundation@earthlink.net>
- Friday, June 29, 2012 (22:32:19 CEST)
Hi, looking forward to reading your book. Do you still ski? I have been very positively effected by knowing you. Thank you! Mel
Mel Nosanchuk mnosan@comcast.net
- Friday, June 29, 2012 (01:35:04 CEST)
Hi, looking forward to reading your book. Do you still ski? I have been very positively effected by knowing you. Thank you! Mel
Mel Nosanchuk <mnosan@comcast.net>
- Friday, June 29, 2012 (01:33:07 CEST)
my dear uncle ernst, finally the i net made it possible to find you again after years My dad helmut essig out of ettlingen germany has spoken so highly of you and I remember back in the 70s that you sent me your book people and we talked on the tel frequently . infact when I was in big big trouble as a teen my dad was going to send me to you, but my mum didnt allow it helen-?- was very dissapointed. I lived in the states from 85-98 (in this year my beloved dad died and nothing held me in germany anymore) and during that time I traveled to utah, but nobody could or would point me in your direction. ever since I remember,my biggest wish where to meet you-last time we talked you lived on michigan avenue and send me a pic of lisa(?>>)(at the moment I am so overwhelemd, because even though we never met you had a very big impact on my life-my dad taught me all you taught him (the pic somewhere in germany is actually the passway from the ettlingen castle to my dads old house)- I hope you are well and in good health and spirits. Now that I am older I understand so much more and my mother (doris) will be so very happy that I finally found my far away mentor in spirit. I was amazed when I realised how much I learned from you through my dad. all the best from my home in spain ( I moved from the states to vienna to spain, where I will hopefully spend a long time thanks for being a friend to my father over all the years karin
Karin ESSIG <kbanjanac@movistar.es>
- Saturday, March 17, 2012 (22:09:37 CET)
my dear uncle ernst, finally the i net made it possible to find you again after years My dad helmut essig out of ettlingen germany has spoken so highly of you and I remember back in the 70s that you sent me your book people and we talked on the tel frequently . infact when I was in big big trouble as a teen my dad was going to send me to you, but my mum didnt allow it helen-?- was very dissapointed. I lived in the states from 85-98 (in this year my beloved dad died and nothing held me in germany anymore) and during that time I traveled to utah, but nobody could or would point me in your direction. ever since I remember,my biggest wish where to meet you-last time we talked you lived on michigan avenue and send me a pic of lisa(?>>)(at the moment I am so overwhelemd, because even though we never met you had a very big impact on my life-my dad taught me all you taught him (the pic somewhere in germany is actually the passway from the ettlingen castle to my dads old house)- I hope you are well and in good health and spirits. Now that I am older I understand so much more and my mother (doris) will be so very happy that I finally found my far away mentor in spirit. I was amazed when I realised how much I learned from you through my dad. all the best from my home in spain ( I moved from the states to vienna to spain, where I will hopefully spend a long time thanks for being a friend to my father over all the years karin
Karin ESSIG (now banjanac) <kbanjanac@movistar.es>
- Saturday, March 17, 2012 (22:09:12 CET)
Dear Dr. Beier, you cannot imagine how happy I was to see your page and to note you are still as vigorous and busy as ever. I was a graduate student in the 80's at the University of Utah. You took me and another student, Mary Pat Kelly, out on your beautiful sail boat. We had a lovely talk, drank some exquisite wine, and I remember thinking that I would always remember that day. Thank you for the influence you have had on psychology students everywhere.
Valerie Hale PhD <drvaleriehale@gmail.com>
- Friday, January 06, 2012 (19:53:44 CET)
Dear Dr. Beier, you cannot imagine how happy I was to see your page and to note you are still as vigorous and busy as ever. I was a graduate student in the 80's at the University of Utah. You took me and another student, Mary Pat Kelly, out on your beautiful sail boat. We had a lovely talk, drank some exquisite wine, and I remember thinking that I would always remember that day. Thank you for the influence you have had on psychology students everywhere.
Valerie Hale PhD <drvaleriehale@gmail.com>
- Friday, January 06, 2012 (19:53:40 CET)
Dear Mr. Beier, Your writing has been very inspirational I would like to include a short 2-page excerpt from your book "A Question of Belonging" in a book I am publishing entitled "Conflict, Connection, Redirection" (working title). Mostly the excerpt is from pages 414-416 of your book. I tried contacting New Century Books without success (mail returned and can't find them online). Since I'm including such a short excerpt, it would probably fall under fair use, but I would much prefer to get written permission from whoever owns the copyright. Thank you so much. mark
mark andreas <wovenwords@gmail.com>
- Sunday, May 15, 2011 (00:10:25 CEST)
Dear Mr. Beier, Your writing has been very inspirational I would like to include a short 2-page excerpt from your book "A Question of Belonging" in a book I am publishing entitled "Conflict, Connection, Redirection" (working title). Mostly the excerpt is from pages 414-416 of your book. I tried contacting New Century Books without success (mail returned and can't find them online). Since I'm including such a short excerpt, it would probably fall under fair use, but I would much prefer to get written permission from whoever owns the copyright. Thank you so much. mark
mark andreas <wovenwords@gmail.com>
- Sunday, May 15, 2011 (00:10:00 CEST)
Dear Mr. Beier, Your writing has been very inspirational I would like to include a short 2-page excerpt from your book "A Question of Belonging" in a book I am publishing entitled "Conflict, Connection, Redirection" (working title). Mostly the excerpt is from pages 414-416 of your book. I tried contacting New Century Books without success (mail returned and can't find them online). Since I'm including such a short excerpt, it would probably fall under fair use, but I would much prefer to get written permission from whoever owns the copyright. Thank you so much. mark andreas
mark andreas <wovenwords@gmail.com>
- Sunday, May 15, 2011 (00:09:21 CEST)
Dear Prf. Beier, I am looking for your email Adress. I am the grandson of Annemarie Wolff born Richter. Ludwig T. Heuss, Basel Switzerland
Ludwig Heuss <ltheuss@hin.ch>
- Wednesday, April 27, 2011 (00:14:44 CEST)
Dear Prof. Beier. I am the grandson of Annemarie Wolff, born Richter from Breslau. She guided a "Kinderheim" at Berlin and you helped her during her flight out from Germany in 1937. Please provide me your email adress if possible. Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss, Basel, Switzerland
Ludwig Theodor Heuss
- Wednesday, April 27, 2011 (00:13:05 CEST)
Dear Prof. Beier. I am the grandson of Annemarie Wolff, born Richter from Breslau. She guided a "Kinderheim" at Berlin and you helped her during her flight out from Germany in 1937. Please provide me your email adress if possible. Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss, Basel, Switzerland
Ludwig Theodor Heuss
- Wednesday, April 27, 2011 (00:12:55 CEST)
Sehr geehrter Herr Prof. Beier. Ich bin der Enkel von Annemarie Wolff geb. Richter aus Breslau. Sie führte ein individualpsychologisches Kinderheim in Berlin. Sie haben ihr 1937 auf der Flucht aus Deutschland geholfen. Erinern Sie sich an sie? Bitte teilen Sie mir eine e-mail-Adresse mit. Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss, Basel, Switzerland
Ludwig Theodor Heuss
- Wednesday, April 27, 2011 (00:09:40 CEST)
Sehr geehrter Herr Beier, ich bin der Enkel von Annemarie Wolff, geb. Richter, die Sie 1937 auf der Flucht aus Deutschland begleitet haben. Erinnern Sie sich an sie? Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss, Basel
Ludwig Theodor Heuss <ltheuss@hin.ch>
- Tuesday, April 26, 2011 (23:21:56 CEST)
Sehr geehrter Herr Beier ich bin auf Ihre Homepage gestossen über ein historiches Forschungsprojekt, das dem Leben meiner Grossmutter Annemarie Wolff geb. Richter gewidmet ist. Annemarie Richter stammte ebenfalls aus Breslau, führte in Berlin ein individualpsychologisches Kinderheim und wurde von Ihnen am 13. März 1937 auf Skiern bei der Flucht aus Deutschland in die Tschechoslowakei begleitet. Sie führte danach in Jugoslawien das Kinderheim weiter (in Zagreb) und ist im Frühjahr 1945 im KZ Jasenovac ermordet worden. Ihre Tochter (meine Mutter) kam nach dem Krieg nach Deutschland zurück und lebte die letzten vierzig Jahre ihes Lebens in Basel. Erinnern Sie sich an diese Menschen? Mit freundlichen Grüssen Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss
Ludwig Theodor Heuss <ltheuss@hin.ch>
- Tuesday, April 26, 2011 (23:20:21 CEST)
Sehr geehrter Herr Beier ich bin auf Ihre Homepage gestossen über ein historiches Forschungsprojekt, das dem Leben meiner Grossmutter Annemarie Wolff geb. Richter gewidmet ist. Annemarie Richter stammte ebenfalls aus Breslau, führte in Berlin ein individualpsychologisches Kinderheim und wurde von Ihnen am 13. März 1937 auf Skiern bei der Flucht aus Deutschland in die Tschechoslowakei begleitet. Sie führte danach in Jugoslawien das Kinderheim weiter (in Zagreb) und ist im Frühjahr 1945 im KZ Jasenovac ermordet worden. Ihre Tochter (meine Mutter) kam nach dem Krieg nach Deutschland zurück und lebte die letzten vierzig Jahre ihes Lebens in Basel. Erinnern Sie sich an diese Menschen? Mit freundlichen Grüssen Dr. med. Ludwig T. Heuss
Ludwig Theodor Heuss <ltheuss@hin.ch>
- Tuesday, April 26, 2011 (23:20:09 CEST)
Dear Mr Beier, I recently read your book 'A question of belonging' during a holiday. From the very early pages, your story almost moved me to tears. For me, it was the most honest testimony, extremely brave and human. The whole time I longed to be at a place where I could send you an email to thank you for it. So, now I am in the possibility to do it and: thank from the bottom of my heart for this great book. warmly, Greet Vanlaer Belgium
Greet Vanlaer <greet.vanlaer@pandora.be>
- Tuesday, October 12, 2010 (17:41:47 CEST)
A neighbor of mine found your home page and sent me the information. Have many fond memories of the APA Board activities. Hope you and your family are well and happy!
Vicki Seitz <vseitz07@comcast.net>
- Tuesday, August 03, 2010 (18:47:01 CEST)
Dr Beier I am contacting you on behalf of Dr Barry Farber Director of the Clinical Psychology Department at Teachers College, Columbia. We are in the process of updating our alumni recods and would be grateful if you could send us your contact information so we can keep in on file and also ensure you receive our alumni newsletter which we will be publishing shortly.
Bonnie Schneider <bonnie.schneider@gmail.com>
- Tuesday, June 30, 2009 (19:15:59 CEST)
Came across you on the web and just wondered if you remembered Walter and Ann Frend, both of whom have sadly died. I'm their daughter Helen who you may remember when you visited us. Glad to see you are obviously still in sparling form! Helen.
Helen <helen.ward@vodafone.net>
- Wednesday, September 05, 2007 (11:58:11 CEST)
Dr. Beier, I typed research papers for you on an IBM Selectric back in the mid-70's. Although I knew you for such a short time, just a couple of years, your friendship and encouragement meant so much. It was an honor, and I've never forgotten your brilliance and kindness. Best wishes! Kathleen Freeman, Boca Raton, Florida
Kathleen Freeman <kate@multiimagegroup.com>
- Wednesday, August 15, 2007 (19:24:08 CEST)
I often think about Ernst and his influence on my life. Ernst taught me my appreciation for the mountains, skiing, and the incredible Snowbird. I often think of how amazing Ernst's life has been and I miss talking and laughing with him now that I live in Colorado. My best wishes and hello from Evergreen Colorado!
Laura Mueller <Laura.e.mueller@kp.org>
- Friday, July 27, 2007 (21:06:17 CEST)
what a marvelous family.
jeanne clausen <jeannelc@earthlink.net>
- Thursday, July 05, 2007 (00:51:53 CEST)
What good fortune, to have Ernst as a friend. We've sailed, skiied and every Monday, we still dine together. The warmth of Ernst's soul is a blessing that has benefited all his friends. and his charm continues into his 92nd year. He's been a bright light in the lives of all who have known him.
Wallace Ring <whring@mac.com>
- Thursday, June 28, 2007 (01:08:07 CEST)
Dear Ernst, So many memories...skiing, sailing, feasting and always laughing (those puns). So happy to have you, Frances, Paul and Lisa in my family of friends. Bijou (the sailing dog) and I raise a toast and send love. Always, Constance
constance crompton <c.crompton@comcast.net>
- Wednesday, June 27, 2007 (19:36:09 CEST)
Well. Well. Well. I drink a toast to a life well lived. Steven
Steven Beier <s.beier@comcast.net>
- Wednesday, June 27, 2007 (19:04:12 CEST)
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