Taibi Kahler, Ph.D.


In 1971, Taibi Kahler saw a Process, a sequence by which people interacted with one another both in positive and negative ways. The uniqueness of this discovery was that human behaviour could be identified objectively literally second by second as being either productive (Communication) or non-productive (Miscommunication). Both patterns were sequential, measurable and predictable.


For this discovery, Dr. Kahler was awarded the 1977 Eric Berne Memorial Scientific Award and honoured by more than 10,000 of his clinical peers from 52 countries as having provided the most significant scientific discovery in his field of psychology. His Miniscript afforded people the means of assessing distress behaviors within minutes and accurately predicting their pattern of negative behaviour under stress. In the late 1970's he formalized his Six Personality Types into his Process Communication Model.


With many invitations to speak at national and international business and organisational conferences, Dr. Kahler translated his concept into a non-clinical model of communication for business and individuals. Process Communication was developed to offer business people a firm behavioural, management and interaction foundation.


Current occupation:
Management Communication Consultant; Clinical Psychologist; Marriage, Family and Child Counsellor; Lecturer, Trainer, Author.


See detailed information about Taibi Kahler himself, a list of articles and presentations, the research in progress, and the main endorsements for using Process Communication at Taibi Kahler's own website.