This is a report of a psychotherapist based on his medical practice. The author is a Swiss physician and the book consists of case histories with an interpretation of each by the author. It is a book therefore which will be of interest to psychiatrists and to non-medically trained psychologist. But it is also a book for the many ministers who have become interested in personal lling, for, unlike most psychiatrists, Dr. Meader believed that religion has a very vital role to play in the achievement of mental health. This conviction was reached by the author through contact with the Oxford Group and its leader, Dr. Frank . While he has on the value of the methods of this Group, his upon pastoral care will be of interest to a much wider circle.