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RG-11.01, Interview with Diana Atkinson on  Dr. Ernst Simmel, November 15, 1963

RG-11.02, Interview with Dr. Carel van Der Heide, May 21, 1963

RG-11.03, Interview with Dr. Charles Tidd, June 11, 1962

RG-11.04, Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963; Aprlil 4, 1964

RG-11.05, Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, February 24, 1963

RG-11.06, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, 1, February 16, 1963, the first interview

RG-11.07, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, second interview

RG-11.08, Interview with Dr. Lawrence Friedman, May 1, 1963

RG-11.09, Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963

RG-11.10, Interview with Dr. Samuel Sperling, June 5, 1963

RG-11.11, Interview with Frances Deri, February 3, 1963, First inerivew

RG-11.12, Interview with Frances Deri, May 31, 1963, Second interview

RG-11.13, Interview with Margrit Libbin (Munk), January 5, 1963

RG-11.14, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by William S. Horowitz, December 14, 1963



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Predominant Dates:1935 - 1946

ID: RG-11/RG-11

Primary Creator: History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Extent: 4.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Collection of transcript of the oral interviews taken in the early 1960s with the founding members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Subjects: Academic writings lost freedom of expression under May Romm guidance, Psychoanalytic Institute 1950s, A discourse how the separate Society and Institute evolved, Dr. Horowitz, A great number of unpublished works of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Ernst Lewy, American perception of European analysts, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), America was no place for Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel  replicates Freud's perception, Analyzing History of Psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles, the History Committee, 1960s, Before 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group was guided by Thomas and Margrit Libbin, Dr. Brunswick, British division in three groups, Anna Freud group, Melanie Klein group, independent group, Bureaucratic trend in the functioning of the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman, Causation for the Split, how psychoanalysts should be trained, Dr. Tidd, Causation for the Split, what is psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd, Causation for the Split in 1950, perception of Dr. Tidd, Composition of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935, Confrontation between medical and non-medical analyst continues, Dr. Horowitz, Controlling role of the Education Committee, Dr. Friedman, Control over the writings of candidates by the Education Committee, left no scholarly freedom, Corporation rules in American medical profession, narrowing the subject of psychoanalysis, Criticism on the state of affairs in the Institute in post-Simmel time, Dr. Friedman, Decision to invite Dr. Ernest Simmel to join Psychoanalytic Study Group, by group members, May 1933, Decline of scholarly psychoanalytic seminars in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller, Differences between Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, a negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Difficulties in family life of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Ernst Lewy, Discourse of Milton Miller, wretched qualities, by Dr. Brunswick, Discourse of the contemporaneous psychoanalytic institutions, Discourse of the ideological or personal nature of the Split, Dr. Friedman, 1963, Discourse of the Split of Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles by Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Dissenters of the time of Freud, a prospective historical discourse, Dr. Kandelin, Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee for the Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles, Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview, Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s, Dr. David Brunswick formally joined Psychoanalytic Study Group in ca 1933, Dr. Ernest Simmel, poor health and illness since 1943, Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute, Dr. Ernst Lewy, documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Ernst Lewy, his family was scholarly oriented, Berlin, Dr. Ernst Lewy, military medical service in the First World War, Eastern Front, Dr. Ernst Lewy, perception of higher qualification on non-medical analysts, Dr. Ernst Lewy, physical sickness shall not be applied to psychoanalytic concepts, Dr. Ernst Lewy, reflections on Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles from 1944, 1945, Dr. Ernst Lewy, scholarly biography, Dr. Ernst Lewy, work with Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute, Dr. Ernst Lewy confirms gullibility of Dr. Ernest Simmel, Dr. Ernst Lewy critically reflects on Alfred Adler's teaching, Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on his studies in Germany, Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on the circumstances of his move to Los Angeles from New York, 1944, Dr. Ernst Lewy studies at universities of Heidelberg, Munich and Breslau, Dr. Ernst Lewy was a student of Dr. Karl Abraham, Dr. Hanns Sachs and Dr. Felix Boehm, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), European period, from the interview given to Dr. Horowitz, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), personal history of her studies in Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), reflection on the European period of her work in Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) arrived in Los Angeles in 1938, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) commences training in Psychoanalysis, 1930s, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) is reluctant to name the people who induced the Split, 1963, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of German and French working class, 1930s, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, recollections of Frances Deri and the Lachenbruchs, 1938, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reflections and discourse  of Dr. Otto Fenichel, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reminiscents of Dr. Otto Fenichel, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reminiscents of the Prague period, 1938, Dr. Hanna Fenichel agrees that unification of the separate psychoanalytic organization is plausible, Dr. Kandelin, reference to the first interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, June 1961, Dr. Kandelin regards deposing of Dr. Simmel from his position in the Institute as tragedy, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, military service in the time of the Second World War, Dr. Lawrence Friedman began studies in psychiatry in Vienna in 1930s, Dr. Lewy encountered a formidable resistance on the part of Society to free psychoanalytic service, Dr. Milton Miller one of the implementers of the Split by Dr. Brunswick, Dr. Rado, adaptational psychodynamics, a reformulation of the ego analysis, Dr. Rado criticized the preoccupation  of the therapist with patient past and neglect of his present, Dr. Simmel arrived in Los Angeles in April 1934, Dr. Brunswick, Dr. Simmel inclined to cooperate with American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Brunswick, Dr. Simmel transformed Psychoanalytic Study Group into a formal organization in the summer of 1935, Dr. Simmel visualized an Institute with a number of divisions by Dr. Brunswick, Drive against fund-raising, the negative state of affairs, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Enhancing role of Dr. Simmel in the progress of Psychoanalytic Study Group, since 1935 Dr. Brunswick, Episode with Dr. MacFarlane when Dr. Fenichel deprived him of presenting a paper in favor of his, Ernest Jones could not understand Nazi-German situation with Jewish psychoanalysts, European and American national character, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), European and American perception and concept of Psychoanalysis, an underlying factor in the Split, European influence of European tolerance with regard to non-medical analysis, Dr. Brunswick, Eventually the Free Psychoanalytic Service was established, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Examples of autocratic behavior in the course of the Split, Dr. Horowitz, First  psychoanalysts in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick, Thomas Libbin, Margrit Libbin, 1932, First By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935, Dr. Brunswick, Followers of Alfred Adler in Los Angeles, by Dr. Tidd, Formality of contemporaneous psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd, Franz Alexander's group and the concept of psychotherapy, theoretical foundation for the Split, Lewy, Free psychoanalysis was regarded as imposition by many people, Dr. Friedman, Friends of Dr. Simmel were naive to oppose political maneuvers, Genuineness of prewar psychoanalysis versus contemporaneous advantages, Dr. Tidd, Group of the first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick, History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965, History of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1945 -- 1947, History of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles after the Split, under May Romm guidance, Imperative of the Classical Teaching of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Lewi, Inability of the psychoanalytic establishment to produce post-graduate education, Dr. Stoller, Inactive position of Dr. Brunswick made the Split implemented, In America, one can make a good living being a psychoanalyst, but it has an undesirable side, Incessant organization of superficial committees for the sake of having committees, Dr. Friedman, Incongruity of medical school training analyst, conflicting principles of control, Dr. Tidd, Indecent people often exploited Dr. Simmel trustfulness by Dr. Ernst Lewy, Indecent people toppled Dr. Ernest Simmel from chairmanship, by Dr. Ernst Lewy, In Europe one becomes psychoanalyst because of the inner conviction, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, 1963, Interference of the Chicago Institute in the affairs of Psychoanalytic Group, negative connotation, Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965, Interview with Diana Atkinson on  Dr. Ernest Simmel, 1963, Interview with Dr. Carel van der Heide, May21, 1963, Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963, Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, February 24, 1963, Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst,  by Dr. Kandelin, February 24, 1963, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, February 16, 1963, first interview, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, second interview, Interview with Dr. Lawrence Friedman, April 27, 1963, Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963, Interview with Dr. Samuel Sperling, June 5, 1963, Interview with Frances Deri, February 3, 1963, First intervew, Interview with Frances Deri, May 31, 1963, Second interview, Interview with Margrit Munk (Libbin), January 5, 1963, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by S. Horowitz, 1963, It is like trying to beat a dead horse to produce post-graduate education, 1960s, Dr. Stoller, It is to be-non medical psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Dr. Brunswick, Lack of scholarly leadership in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller, Lay analysis, discourse, Dr. Tidd, 1938, Lay analysts evoked psychoanalysis in California, Dr. Brunswick, Marjorie Leonard, a Berlin-trained psychoanalyst commenced practicing psychoanalysis in LA, 1933, Martin Grotjahn called free psychoanalytic service a slave labor, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Martin Grotjahn never knew the dividing line between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, Ernst Lewy, May Romm, circumventing the rules for her personal agendas, Dr. Ernst Lewy, May Romm, confusing teaching of technique to the candidates, negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy, May Romm, deviousness in the way of going after her objectives, Dr. Ernst Lewy, May Romm muddles therapy and unable to pursue a distinct psychoanalytic technique, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Medical education and training in America, lucrative attainment, Fenichel, Horowitz, Medical school did not take as many years as it does now, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, Medical students nowadays are different from what they used to be, they are not always dedicated, Meeting between Dr. Ernest Simmel and Dr. Abraham Brill on the theme of restraining lay analysis, Milton Miller, a catalyst for the split, by Dr. Brunswick, Milton Miller and May Romm preferred complete separation and establishment an institute of their own, My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick, Narcissism of Dr. Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick, Negation to the establishment of free psychoanalytic service, 1948, Dr. Ernst Lewy, No demarcation between lay and medical psychoanalysis, view of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Brunswick, Not psychiatrists were eager to work, the resistance came from the inside, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Nowadays, patients are financially restraint to afford psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman, Nowadays we do not have anyone that is as tolerant as Simmel by Dr. Brunswick, Over-organization of psychoanalytic institutes, a common characteristic, Dr. Friedman, People around Dr. Simmel prepared the Split, by Dr. Brunswick, People who were inducing the controversy are still active in the profession, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Personality of Dr. Fenichel by Dr. Brunswick, Polarizing factors and concerns of individual prestige caused the Split, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Positive perspective on lay psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick, Practice in psychoanalysis consumes scholarship in psychoanalysis, contemporaneous state of affairs, Precursor of the Split, Election of July 7, 1947, deposing Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick, Prospective structure of the Institute by Dr. Simmel, training, extension, children divisions, Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions, Psychoanalysis, the state of affairs, scholars, Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, a business-oriented state of affairs, 1960s, Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, discourse, 1960s, Psychoanalysis shall not become too closely identified with universities, Dr. Horowitz, H.F, Psychoanalytic Institute formed on the ideas of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick, Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. William Horowitz, Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars, Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars, discourse, Dr. Brunswick, Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history, Psychoanalytic university program should not be equated with residency, Dr. Tidd, Reevaluation of the conceptual premises of the Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman, Reference to distinguished service of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the times of Split and afterwards, Reference to Dr. David Rapaport, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel, Reference to Dr. Ernest Simmel by Dr. Hanna Fenichel, Reference to Dr. Ernest Simmel of discourse with Dr. May Romm, by Dr. Brunswick, Reference to Dr. Franz Alexander, by Dr. Kandelin, Reference to Dr. Karl Menninger, by Dr. Ernst Lewy, Reference to Dr. Martin Grotjahn, indecency, Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick, Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel by Dr. Tidd, Reference to Dr. Otto Rank, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Tidd, 1932, Reference to Dr. Romm, by Dr. Brunswick, Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel, Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado concepts and teaching in psychoanalysis and psychiatry, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Reference to Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, by Dr. Ernst Lewy, Reference to Ernst Jones, Chairman of American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Reference to Estelle Levy, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Ernst Lewy, Reference to seminars of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1930s, by Dr. Tidd, Reference to the Formation of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, February 1946 by Dr. Tidd, Reference to the Institute of Psychoanalysis, created by Dr. Simmel, mentioning by Dr. Tidd, 1946, Reflections on the prominent role of Dr. Simmel in the formation and running the Society, Reservation in telling the facts in the course of interviews, interviewees, Dr. Friedman, Richard and Ruth Tolman, friends of Dr. Brunswick were associated with Psychoanalytic Study Group, Rules and regulations became integral to the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman, Scholarly, organizational and human outstanding qualities of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick, Scientific biography of Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Second interview with Dr. Tidd by Dr. Stoller on April 3, 1963, Separation of the Institute and the Society is a waste, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, 1963, Since the summer of 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group, an organization with official membership, Split was unavoidable, Dr. Tidd, The American medical profession was against non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick, The Cause of the History Committee and its Project, to understand and improve, Dr. Kandelin, The Dissident group who split up and formed the new Institute were opposed to lay analysis, Dr. Lewy, The emphasis should be scientific and on training with minimum administration, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, The idea that you could quickly reach a state of wealth contradict the science of Psychoanalysis, The issue of training non-medical analysts is the American issue, Dr. Brunswick, The nature of the new Institute is control and approvement, lack of academic freedom, Dr. Friedman, Theory of Memory, psychoanalytic, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Dr. David Rapaport, The question if psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy are medical functions, There is an active seduction on the part of the Institute for Medical Psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman, There is no interest in analysis but interest in themselves, the Theory is not a consideration, There is no pride in scholarship in contemporaneous Society and Institute, Dr. Stoller, The rise of California psychoanalytic societies of non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick, The work of the new Institute seems efficient only on paper, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Thomas and Margrit Libbin, first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930, Thomas Libbin did not support invitation of Dr. Simmel, anticipation tensions with lay analysts, To eliminate division between the Society and the Institute, for the sake of science, Dr. Friedman, To keep residency training and psychoanalytic training separately at universities, Dr. Tidd, Training should vary for medical and non-medical people, Kubie's view, Dr. Brunswick, Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s, Two opposite narratives pursued by the both institutes, Dr. Friedman, 1963, Validity of the Split, discourse, Dr. Tidd, Who would lead the Education Committee spurred the Split, by Dr. Brunswick

Languages: English

Abstract

The History Committee for Psychoanalytic Society of Los Angeles came into being in the early 1960s.

The Committee was chaired by Dr. Alfred Kandelin.

The Committee attempted to implement historical narratives with regard to Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles and specifically of the history of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This Collection comprises the interviews and transcript of them conducted with the founding members and other regular members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles beginning in the early 1930s. Additionally the documents and recollections as well as reflections on the fateful Dissension (The Split) of the 1950s on the Old and New Institutes were the focus of the Committee’s work.

Resultant of the Committee work, this collection comprises personal interviews, later transcribed in the form of testimonies as well as individual reflections on the causation and ramifications of the Dissention of the 1950s.

Often the views of the founding members the members who later joined the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles would diverge in the terms of conceptual analysis and principles of Psychoanalysis.

This Collections includes the follwing intervews and the corresponding transcripts,

RG-11.01, Interview with Diana Atkinson on  Dr. Ernst Simmel, 1963

RG-11.02, Interview with Dr. Carel van Der Heide, May 21, 1963

RG-11.03, Interview with Dr. Charles Tidd, June 11, 1932

RG-11.04, Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963

RG-11.05, Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, February 24, 1963

RG-11.06, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, 1, February 16, 1963

RG-11.07, Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, second interview

RG-11.08, Interview with Dr. Lawrence Friedman, April 27, 1963

RG-11.09, Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963

RG-11.10, Interview with Dr. Samuel Sperling, June 5, 1963

RG-11.11, Interview with Frances Deri, February 3, 1963

RG-11.12, Interview with Frances Deri, May 31, 1963, Second interview

RG-11.13, Interview with Margrit Munk (Libbin), January 5, 1963

RG-11.14, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by S. Horowitz, 1963

Collection Historical Note

It is visible that the History Committee perceived the Dissention and the earlier History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles in somewhat their own terms.

However,  presented here documentation in the form of personal testimonies, reflections and essays enables to establish more or less truthful and comprehensive perspective on the role of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles in course of the ten most fruitful years, 1935 – 1946 in historically objective light.

A great deal of attention was given to such prominent figures as Dr. Ernst Simmel and Dr. Otto Fenichel.

Although, reflections and personal opinions may differ, a broader picture, of professional and scholarly activity of the Psychoanalytic Study Group in 1935 – 1946 has been fully corroborated.

It should be noted that the events precipitating the actual split and deposing of Dr. Ernst Simmel played a crucial and in all eventuality a regressive role in the further integrity of the Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles.

Largely the interviews were conducted by Dr. Kandelin, Dr. Stoller, Dr. Horowitz, Dr. Arthur Qurieff

These interviews were conducted in relation to the History Committee project of narrating the History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles

RG-11.02,

Creators,

Dr. Alfred Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1930s, 1940s

Dr. Alexander, manipulative psychoanalysis, Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis

Dr. Carel van der Heide, student of Psychoanalysis in Vienna, 1930s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, association with Dr. Otto Fenichel, 1940s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, attending seminar in Viennese Institute, 1930s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, commercializing of psychoanalysis in America

Dr. Carel van der Heide, Dean of the Old Psychoanalytic Institute, Los Angeles, 1953, 1954

Dr. Carel van der Heide, interest in psychoanalysis, 1930s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, internship in St. John Hospital, Santa Monica, California, 1946, 1947

Dr. Carel van der Heide, justification of the Split, 1950

Dr. Carel van der Heide, member of Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles, ca 1947

Dr. Carel van der Heide, negating manipulative psychoanalytic technique, Chicago Institute, 1940s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, not interested in psychotherapy with drugs and adjuvants, 1940s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, Old and New Institute for Psychoanalysis, perception, 1950

Dr. Carel van der Heide, perception of lay psychoanalysis

Dr. Carel van der Heide, perception of the New Institute for Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles

Dr. Carel van der Heide, psychoanalytic practice since December 1947 in Los Angeles

Dr. Carel van der Heide, Rockefeller Fellowship, 1938

Dr. Carel van der Heide, scientific works, publications, 1938, 1939, the Netherlands

Dr. Carel van der Heide, study of psychiatric organization of Luftwaffe, 1945

Dr. Carel van der Heide, the Split, discourse and perception

Dr. Carel van der Heide, training analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1950

Dr. Carel van der Heide, voluntarily military service in medical corps, 1940s

Dr. Carel van der Heide, wider application of psychoanalysis

Dr. Carel van der Heide joins Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1946

Dr. Carel van der Heide, resident of Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1939

Dr. Milton Miller, Dr. Martin Grotjahn, Dr. Alexander, adherent to manipulative psychoanalysis

Experimental Psychoanalytic Therapy, discourse

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Interview with Dr. Carel van der Heide, May21, 1963

Manipulative Psychoanalytic Technique, discourse

Scholarly biography of Dr. Carel van der Heide

Dr. Carel van der Heide, internationalization of Psychoanalysis, discourse

RG-11.03,

Subjects,

Causation for the Split, how psychoanalysts should be trained, Dr. Tidd

Causation for the Split, what is psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd

Causation for the Split in 1950, perception of Dr. Tidd

Decline of scholarly psychoanalytic seminars in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller

Discourse of the Split in 1950, personal differences, Dr. Tidd

Dr. Charles Tidd, guest, Psychoanalytic Study Group, September 1935

Dr. Charles Tidd, regular member, Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1946

Dr. Robert Stoller, member of the History Committee, interviewer

Dr. Simmel, his role in teaching, reference by Dr. Tidd

Dr. Tidd perceives the Split as a positive outcome

Dr. Tidd in military service between 1942 and 1946, his interview

First psychoanalysts in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick, Thomas Libbin, Margrit Libbin, 1932

Followers of Alfred Adler in Los Angeles, by Dr. Tidd

Formality of contemporaneous psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd

Genuineness of prewar psychoanalysis versus contemporaneous advantages, Dr. Tidd

Inability of the psychoanalytic establishment to produce post-graduate education, Dr. Stoller

Incongruity of medical school training analyst, conflicting principles of control, Dr. Tidd

Interference of the Chicago Institute in the affairs of Psychoanalytic Group, negative connotation

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

It is like trying to beat a dead horse to produce post-graduate education, 1960s, Dr. Stoller

Lack of scholarly leadership in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller

Lay analysis, discourse, Dr. Tidd, 1938

Practice in psychoanalysis consumes scholarship in psychoanalysis, contemporaneous state of affairs

Principles of psychoanalytic training in 1934, 1935 in Los Angeles by Dr. Tidd

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, a business-oriented state of affairs, 1960s

Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, discourse, 1960s

Psychoanalytic university program should not be equated with residency, Dr. Tidd

Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel by Dr. Tidd

Reference to Dr. Otto Rank, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Tidd, 1932

Reference to seminars of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1930s, by Dr. Tidd

Reference to the Formation of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, February 1946 by Dr. Tidd

Reference to the Institute of Psychoanalysis, created by Dr. Simmel, mentioning by Dr. Tidd, 1946

Reference to the Menninger clinic by Dr. Tidd, 1936

Role of Psychoanalytic Institute in teaching psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd

Second interview with Dr. Tidd by Dr. Stoller on April 3, 1963

Split was unavoidable, Dr. Tidd

There is no pride in scholarship in contemporaneous Society and Institute, Dr. Stoller

To keep residency training and psychoanalytic training separately at universities, Dr. Tidd

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

Validity of the Split, discourse, Dr. Tidd

RG-11.04, Brunswick,

Creators,

Dr. David Brunswick (1930s -- 1960s)

Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)

Subjects,

Before 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group was guided by Thomas and Margrit Libbin, Dr. Brunswick

Composition of Psychoanalytic Stud Group, 1935

Confrontation between medical and non-medical analyst continues, Dr. Horowitz

Corporation rules in American medical profession, narrowing the subject of psychoanalysis

Decision to invite Dr. Ernst Simmel to join Psychoanalytic Study Group, by group members, May 1933

Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s

Dr. David Brunswick formally joined Psychoanalytic Study Group in ca 1933

Dr. Simmel arrived in Los Angeles in April 1934, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Simmel begins training analysts in 1935, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Simmel inclined to cooperate with American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Simmel transformed Psychoanalytic Study Group into a formal organization in the summer of 1935

Dr. Simmel visualized an Institute with a number of divisions by Dr. Brunswick

Enhancing role of Dr. Simmel in the progress of Psychoanalytic Study Group, since 1935 Dr. Brunswick

European influence of European tolerance with regard to non-medical analysis, Dr. Brunswick

First By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935, Dr. Brunswick

Group of the first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963

It is to be non-medical psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Dr. Brunswick

Lay analysts evoked psychoanalysis in California, Dr. Brunswick

Marjorie Leonard, a Berlin-trained psychoanalyst commenced practicing psychoanalysis in LA, 1933

Meeting between Dr. Ernst Simmel and Dr. Abraham Brill on the theme of restraining lay analysis

No demarcation between lay and medical psychoanalysis, view of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Brunswick

Positive perspective on lay psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick

Prospective structure of the Institute by Dr. Simmel, training, extension, children divisions

Psychoanalytic Institute formed on the ideas of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick

Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars

Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars, discourse, Dr. Brunswick

Richard and Ruth Tolman, friends of Dr. Brunswick were associated with Psychoanalytic Study Group

Since the summer of 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group, an organization with official membership

The American medical profession was against non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick

The issue of training non-medical analysts is the American issue, Dr. Brunswick

The question if psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy are medical functions

The rise of California psychoanalytic societies of non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick

Thomas and Margrit Libbin, first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930

Thomas Libbin did not support invitation of Dr. Simmel, anticipation tensions with lay analysts

Training should vary for medical and non-medical people, Kubie's view, Dr. Brunswick

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

Scholarly, organizational and human outstanding qualities of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick

Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick

Reference to Dr. Romm, by Dr. Brunswick

Reference to Dr. Ernst Simmel of discourse with Dr. May Romm, by Dr. Brunswick

Personality of Dr. Fenichel by Dr. Brunswick

Narcissism of Dr. Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick

Episode with Dr. MacFarlane when Dr. Fenichel deprived him of presenting a paper in favor of his

Dr. Ernst Simmel, poor health and illness since 1943s

People around Dr. Simmel prepared the Split, by Dr. Brunswick

Precursor of the Split, Election of July 7, 1947, deposing Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick

My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick

Dr. Milton Miller one of the implementer of the Split by Dr. Brunswick

Who would lead the Education Committee spurred the Split, by Dr. Brunswick

Inactive position of Dr. Brunswick made the Split implemented

Nowadays we do not have anyone that is as tolerant as Simmel by Dr. Brunswick

Milton Miller, a catalyst for the split, by Dr. Brunswick

Discourse of Milton Miller, wretched qualities, by Dr. Brunswick

Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview

RG-11.05,

Creators,

Dr. Alfred Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, scholar (1944 -- 1963)

Subjects,

A great number of unpublished works of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Difficulties in family life of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Dr. Ernst Lewy, reflections on Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles from 1944, 1945

Dr. Ernst Lewy, scholarly biography

Dr. Ernst Lewy, work with Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute

Dr. Ernst Lewy confirms gullibility of Dr. Ernst Simmel

Dr. Ernst Lewy critically reflects on Alfred Adler's teaching

Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on his studies in Germany

Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on the circumstances of his move to Los Angeles from New York, 1944

Dr. Ernst Lewy studies at universities of Heidelberg, Munich and Breslau

Dr. Ernst Lewy was a student of Dr. Karl Abraham, Dr. Hanns Sachs and Dr. Felix Boehm

Dr. Kandelin, reference to the first interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, June 1961

Dr. Kandelin regards deposing of Dr. Simmel from his position in the Institute as tragedy

Friends of Dr. Simmel were naive to oppose political maneuvers

Indecent people often exploited Dr. Simmel trustfulness by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Indecent people toppled Dr. Ernst Simmel from chairmanship, by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Kandelin, February 24, 1963

Reference to Dr. Karl Menninger, by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Reference to Dr. Martin Grotjahn, indecency

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

Dr. Ernst Lewy, his family was scholarly oriented, Berlin

Dr. Ernst Lewy, perception of higher qualification on non-medical analysts

Dr. Ernst Lewy, physical sickness shall not be applied to psychoanalytic concepts

The Dissident group who split up and formed the new Institute were opposed to lay analysis, Dr. Lewy

Franz Alexander’s group and the concept of psychotherapy, theoretical foundation for the Split, Lewy

Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado concepts and teaching in psychoanalysis and psychiatry, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Dr. Rado criticized the preoccupation of the therapist with patient past and neglect of his present

Dr. Rado, adaptational psychodynamics, a reformulation of the ego analysis

Imperative of the Classical Teaching of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Lewi

Dissenters of the time of Freud, a prospective historical discourse, Dr. Kandelin

Differences between Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, a negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Martin Grotjahn never knew the dividing line between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, Ernst Lewy

May Romm muddles therapy and unable to pursue a distinct psychoanalytic technique, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm, deviousness in the way of going after her objectives, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm, circumventing the rules for her personal agendas, Dr. Ernst Lewy

May Romm, confusing teaching of technique to the candidates, negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Drive against fund-raising, the negative state of affairs, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Not psychiatrists were eager to work, the resistance came from the inside, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Negation to the establishment of free psychoanalytic service, 1948, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Dr. Lewy encountered a formidable resistance on the part of Society to free psychoanalytic service

Martin Grotjahn called free psychoanalytic service a slave labor, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Eventually the Free Psychoanalytic Service was established, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute

Polarizing factors and concerns of individual prestige caused the Split, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Milton Miller and May Romm preferred complete separation and establishment an institute of their own

British division in three groups, Anna Freud group, Melanie Klein group, independent group

Ernest Jones could not understand Nazi-German situation with Jewish psychoanalysts

Reference to Ernest Jones, Chairman of American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Ernst Lewy

Dr. Ernst Lewy, military medical service in the First World War, Eastern Front

Theory of Memory, psychoanalytic, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Dr. David Rapaport

Reference to Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Reference to Dr. Franz Alexander, by Dr. Kandelin

Reference to Estelle Levy, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Ernst Lewy

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

RG-11.06,

Creators,

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, received Ph.D. in Chemistry, Germany, psychoanalyst, scholar (1938 -- 1960s)

Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)

Subjects,

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), European period, from the interview given to Dr. Horowitz

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), reflection on the European period of her work in Psychoanalysis

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) arrived in Los Angeles in 1938

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, recollections of Frances Deri and the Lachenbruchs, 1938

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reflections and discourse of Dr. Otto Fenichel

Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, February 16, 1963, first interview

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

Reference to Dr. Ernst Simmel by Dr. Hanna Fenichel

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, to of the Prague period, 1938

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reminiscent of Dr. Otto Fenichel

Reference to Dr. David Rapaport, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel

RG-11.07,

Creators,

      

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, received Ph.D. in Chemistry, Germany, psychoanalyst, scholar (1938 -- 1960s)

Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)

Subjects,

American perception of European analysts, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn)

America was no place for Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel replicates Freud's perception

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) commences training in Psychoanalysis, 1930s

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), personal history of her studies in Psychoanalysis

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of German and French working class, 1930s

Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of Psychoanalysis

European and American national character, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn)

European and American perception and concept of Psychoanalysis, an underlying factor in the Split

In America, one can make a good living being a psychoanalyst, but it has an undesirable side

In Europe one becomes psychoanalyst because of the inner conviction, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, 1963

Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, second interview

Medical education and training in America, lucrative attainment, Fenichel, Horowitz

Medical school did not take as many years as it does now, Dr. Hanna Fenichel

Medical students nowadays are different from what they used to be, they are not always dedicated

Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel

The idea that you could quickly reach a state of wealth contradict the science of Psychoanalysis

Examples of autocratic behavior in the course of the Split, Dr. Horowitz

Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) is reluctant to name the people who induced the Split, 1963

A discourse how the separate Society and Institute evolved, Dr. Horowitz

Dr. Hanna Fenichel agrees that unification of the separate psychoanalytic organization is plausible

Psychoanalysis shall not become too closely identified with universities, Dr. Horowitz, H.F

Psychoanalytic movement, discourse

Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. William Horowitz

Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel

RG-11.08,

Creators,

Dr. Alfred Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Dr. Lawrence Friedman, psychoanalyst (1926 -- 1960s)

Subjects,

      

Academic writings lost freedom of expression under May Romm guidance, Psychoanalytic Institute 1950s

Bureaucratic trend in the functioning of the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman

Control over the writings of candidates by the Education Committee, left no scholarly freedom

Criticism on the state of affairs in the Institute in post-Simmel time, Dr. Friedman

Discourse of the ideological or personal nature of the Split, Dr. Friedman, 1963

Discourse of the Split of Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles by Dr. Lawrence Friedman

Dr. Lawrence Friedman, military service in the time of the Second World War

Dr. Lawrence Friedman began studies in psychiatry in Vienna in 1930s

Free psychoanalysis was regarded as imposition by many people, Dr. Friedman

History of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles after the Split, under May Romm guidance

Incessant organization of superficial committees for the sake of having committees, Dr. Friedman

Interview with Dr. Lawrence Friedman, conducted by Dr. Kandelin, May 1, 1963

Nowadays, patients are financially restraint to afford psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman

Over-organization of psychoanalytic institutes, a common characteristic, Dr. Friedman

People who were inducing the controversy are still active in the profession, Dr. Lawrence Friedman

Reevaluation of the conceptual premises of the Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman

Reference to distinguished service of Dr. Ernest Lewy in the times of Split and afterwards

Reflections on the prominent role of Dr. Simmel in the formation and running the Society

Rules and regulations became integral to the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman

Scientific biography of Dr. Lawrence Friedman

The nature of the new Institute is control and approvement, lack of academic freedom, Dr. Friedman

There is an active seduction on the part of the Institute for Medical Psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman

There is no interest in analysis but interest in themselves, the Theory is not a consideration

The work of the new Institute seems efficient only on paper, Dr. Lawrence Friedman

Two opposite narratives pursued by the both institutes, Dr. Friedman, 1963

Separation of the Institute and the Society is a waste, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, 1963

The emphasis should be scientific and on training with minimum administration, Dr. Lawrence Friedman

Controlling role of the Education Committee, Dr. Friedman

To eliminate division between the Society and the Institute, for the sake of science, Dr. Friedman

The Cause of the History Committee and its Project, to understand and improve, Dr. Kandelin

Reservation in telling the facts in the course of interviews, interviewees, Dr. Friedman

Analyzing History of Psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles, the History Committee, 1960s

Discourse of the contemporaneous psychoanalytic institutions

RG-11.09,

Creators,

Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)

Dr. Samuel Futterman, psychoanalyst, member of the Society since 1945

Subjects,

Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963

History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

History of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1945 -- 1947

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

The task of the History Committee, 1960s

Dr. Samuel Futterman, recollections of his activity in 1945 and afterwards

Dr. Samuel Futterman, reflection of Dr. Ernst Simmel medical practice, medical license  discourse

Dr. Samuel Futterman, psychoanalytic training in Berne, Switzerland, 1930s

Dr. Ernst Simmel uneasiness of medical practicing, external factors, by Dr. Futterman

Psychoanalytic training abroad, typology of American medical doctors, by Dr. Futterman

Dr. Futterman completed psychoanalytic training in New York, in 1938 - 1942

Autoplastic adaptation, subject attempts to change itself when faced with difficult situation

Alloplastic adaptation, subject attempts to change the environment when faced with difficulties

Dr. Futterman, reflections on scientific meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 and later

Thrust to acquire professional knowledge of Psychoanalysis on the part of psychiatrists, 1945, 1946

Veteran Administration Hygiene Clinic offered some courses on Psychoanalysis in late 1940s

Veteran Administration Mental Hygiene Clinic, Drs. Futterman, Mindlin, Marmor, Levy, Psychoanalysis

Dr. Futterman, first patients to analyze, 1947, a fee of 10 dollars

Dr. Futterman, recollections of the pre-Split scientific meeting, lesser formal and substantial

Dr. Franz Alexander of Chicago intentionally focused on his book, demoting the role of our Society

Dr. Franz Alexander, deviation from the concepts of Psychoanalysis, late 1940s, Dr. Futterman

Personal and professional feud, precursor to the Split, 1949, 1950, Dr. Futterman

Meeting of dissenters preparing the Split, Drs. Marmor, Norman Levy, Milton Miller, May Romm

The dissenters recruited followers for their group, Dr. Futterman

Dr. Frumkes and Dr. Futterman voted for no-split, by Dr. Futterman

The pivotal role of May Romm in the Split, by Dr. Futterman

According to Dr. Futterman it was a great deal of feuding between Simmel and Room, of the candidates

Allegiance set up around May Romm, by Dr. Futterman

Allegiance set up around the older group, Lewy, Brunswick, Greenson, Deri, by Futterman

The Split denoted by The Old Group and the New Group, by Dr. Futterman

Indifference of American Psychoanalytic Association with regard to regional spits, by Dr. Futterman

Seriousness of minimization of importance of Oedipal complex and libido theory by the new group

May Romm and Milton Miller minimized Oedipal complex and Libido Theory, Dr. Futterman

Scientific meetings in 1960s two-fold decrease of attendance, Dr. Futterman

Prevalence of psychoanalytic Institutes over Societies, Dr. Futterman

Contemporaneous analyst spend more time in private practice than in teaching, Dr. Futterman

Further dissension is unavoidable owing to the conflict of interest between private and public good

Psychoanalysis is being more and more Americanized, Dr. Futterman

European tradition in Psychoanalysis still pervades over the scene, Dr. Futterman

European tradition in Psychoanalysis is prevailing as far as training is concerned, Dr. Futterman

RG-11.10,

Creators,

      

Dr. Arthur Ourieff, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst (1960s)

Dr. Samuel Sperling, member of Psychoanalytic Study Group since 1938 (1938 - 1960s)

Subjects,

Discourse of Dr. Grotjahn who altered the terms of Psychoanalytic training, by Dr. Sperling

Dissenters, Norman Levy, May Romm, Milton Miller, induced the Split, by Dr. Sperling

Dr. Franz Alexander influence was represented indirectly by people like Norman Levy, Milton Miller

Dr. Simmel believed strongly in the death instinct, while Fenichel did not, by Dr. Sperling

Dr. Sperling, personal recollection of settling in Los Angeles, since 1935

Dr. Sperling, reflections on his early introduction to Psychoanalysis

Dr. Sperling, medical military service in the course of the Second World War

Dr. Sperling begins being analyzed by Dr. Fenichel, 1938

Drs. Grotjahn and Alexander of European tradition supported of the Split, acting behind the scene

Impression of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Sperling, personal

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Interview with Dr. Samuel Sperling by Dr. Arthur Ourieff, June 5, 1963

Maneuvering of dissenters to enlarge the number of training analyst of their own to exert the Split

May Romm and Norman Levy did not believe in Libido Theory, causation to the Split, by Dr. Sperling

May Romm later became the predominating factor in organizing the other Institute, Dr. Sperling

Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

Reference to Dr. Brill, by Dr. Sperling

Reference to Dr. Ernest Lewy by Dr. Sperling

Reference to Dr. Fenichel plans to influence Psychoanalysis in America and the internship, 1946

Reference to Dr. Tidd by Dr. Sperling

Reference to professional skills of May Rom, criticism, Dr. Sperling

Reference to professional skills of Milton Miller, criticism, Dr. Sperling

Reference to the Biddle family and Maria Bonaparte with regard to Sigmund Freud, by Dr. Ourieff

Reflections on Simmel - Fenichel relations, Dr. Sperling, personal

Reflections on the structure and activities of Psychoanalytic Study Group in the late 1930s

Training analysts, Deri, Brunswick, Margrit Munk, Estelle Levy, Hanna Fenichel, by Dr. Sperling

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

RG-11.13, Interview with Margrit Libbin (Munk), January 5, 1963

Creators,

Dr. Arthur Ourieff, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst (1960s)

Margrit Libbin, Secretary for Psychoanalytic Study Group (1930s)

Subjects,

August Aichorn, Director of the Child Guidance Centers in Vienna, reference by Margrit Libbin

Committee for the History of the Society, interviews and transcripts, 1960s

Dr. Arthur Ourieff, interview with Margrit Libbin (Munk), January 5, 1963

Dr. Arthur Ourieff, psychoanalyst, member of the History Committee, 1960s

Dr. David Brunswick, psychoanalytic activity, reference by Margrit Libbin

Estelle Levy, psychoanalytic activity, reference by Margrit Libbin

History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Los Angeles, topography, the city ends at Rossmore or Highland, then there were fields, 1920s

Margrit Libbin (Munk), scientific biography

Marjorie Leonard, psychoanalytic activity, reference by Margrit Libbin

No recognized contacts with Psychoanalytic Study Group until Simmel came, by Margrit Libbin

No significant interest to Psychoanalysis in medical community in Los Angeles in 1920s

Paul Schilde, lectures in Psychoanalysis, 1920s, Vienna, reference by Margrit Libbin

Professor Paul Epstein, theory of psychoanalysis, reference by Margrit Libbin

Scientific biography of Thomas Libbin from the interview with Margrit Libbin

The first seven years of the Psychoanalytic Study Group in Los Angeles, 1928 - 1935

The History Committee, principle organizational setting for how to conduct interviews, 1960s

The History Committee fort the Society and Institute, Oral History Project, 1960s

The Purpose and discourse of the History Committee in conducting the interview project, 1960s

Thomas and Margrit Libbin studied in Freudian Institute in Vienna 1924 -- 1927

Thomas Libbin, personality, educated and independent man, interview with Margrit Libbin

Thomas Libbin and Margrit Libbin were the first analyst in Los Angeles, late 1920s

Thomas Libbin and Paul Epstein started the Psychoanalytic Study Group in Los Angeles, late 1920s

Thomas Libbin studied in Zurich with Jung, from the interview of Margrit Libbin

Thomas Libbin was the only qualifying analyst in Los Angeles in 1920s, reference by Margrit Libbin

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

Affidavit for Dr. Simmel, signed by Brunswick, Libbins, M. Leonard, E. Levy by Margrit Libbin

In the late 1920s, a formal psychoanalytic training had been established in New York, Chicago

There were analysts in San Francisco in the late 1920s by Margrit Libbin

Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, reference by Margrit Libbin

European analysts strove to leave Germany and Austria, 1930s

Linguistic and cultural difficulties for adaptation of European analysts in America, 1930s

Linguistic support by the Lachenbruchs to the European analysts, 1930s

Dr. Simmel, eagerness for integration into medical community in Los Angeles and America

Detrimental nuance in Dr. Simmel aspirations for integration in America, by Margrit Libbin

The Montgomery forgery, reference by Margrit Libbin

Confrontational relations between Dr. Simmel and May Room, by Margrit Libbin

Newhouse, Sperling, Reider, Greenson, trainees of Dr. Otto Fenichel

Dr. Ernst Simmel if compared to Dr. Otto Fenichel, a different personality by Margrit Libbin

Dr. Ernst Simmel, a typical German scholarly person as reflected by Margrit Libbin

Nursery School with psychoanalytic approach, Los Angeles, 1930s, by Margrit Libbin

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Interview with Margrit Libbin (Munk), January 5, 1963

RG-11.14, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by William S. Horowitz, December 14, 1963

Creators,

Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)

Mr. and Mrs. Lachenbruch, founding members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles (December 14, 1963)

Subjects,

A good psychoanalyst does not need a formal medical education, a formal Simmel and Freud position

Causation of the Split and deposing of Dr. Ernst Simmel, by Jerome Lachenbruch

Characterization of Dr. Fenichel by Ruth Lachenbruch

Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, interview with Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch

Dr. Ernst Simmel, a broader picture of Applied Psychoanalysis, by recollection of Mr. Lachenbruch

Dr. Ernst Simmel, a German Social - Democrat, history

Dr. Ernst Simmel, Interdisciplinary Psychoanalysis, discourse

Dr. Ernst Simmel, lecturing at USC, a series of lectures

Dr. Ernst Simmel, spreading the psychoanalytic doctrine to other disciplines, by Mr. Lachenbruch

Dr. Ernst Simmel constructed the edifice of Psychoanalytic Movement in California

Dr. Simmel, a member of Social-Democratic Group of doctors in Berlin, by Jerome Lachenbruch

Dr. Simmel, support to qualified non-medical analyst, by Jerome Lachenbruch

Dr. Simmel gave six lectures at USC, translated from German by Mr. Lachenbruch

Dr. Simmel was against the restriction of Psychoanalysis to medical profession

Early History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles

Fakerism in Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles in the early 1920s, the Lachenbruchs

Honorable personality of Dr. Ernst Simmel, by Jerome Lachenbruch

Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965

Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Lachenbruch by Dr. William S. Horowitz

Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch analyzed in Vienna in early 1920s

Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch, reflections on psychoanalysis in Vienna, early 1920s

Mr. and Mrs. Lachenbruch, familiarizing the European analysts with practical English

Mr. and Mrs. Lachenbruch, familiarizing the European analyst with formal terminology in English

Mr. Lachenbruch, translation of Dr. Simmel's narratives, 1930s

Mr. Lachenbruch, recollection of the initial organization of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, LA

Mrs. Lachenbruch, recollections on the course of how people were joining the Psychoanalytic Studies

Negative role of May Romm in enforcing the only training of medically-educated analysts

Personal History, Dr. Ernst Simmel

Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history

Qualities of Dr. Fenichel by Ruth Lachenbruch

Ruth and Jerome Lachenbruch, an initiative to translate the Simmel Papers

Ruth Lachenbruch edited The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis by Dr. Fenichel

Ruth Lachenbruch translated and edited Dr. Otto Fenichel writings

The Freud Family, reflections of the Lachenbruchs

The Lachenbruch, translations and editing the English versions of Dr. Simmel's works

The Montgomery forgery, reference by Jerome Lachenbruch

The Simmel unpublished Papers, discourse

The unfulfilled project of publishing the Simmel Papers

Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s

Biographical Note

The History Committee the Psychoanalytic Institute and Psychoanalytic Society undertook the task of narrating the earlier history of the Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles, focussing on the nucleous ot this moment, namely Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1935 -- 1946

Subject/Index Terms

Academic writings lost freedom of expression under May Romm guidance, Psychoanalytic Institute 1950s
A discourse how the separate Society and Institute evolved, Dr. Horowitz
A great number of unpublished works of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Ernst Lewy
American perception of European analysts, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn)
America was no place for Psychoanalysis, Dr. Hanna Fenichel  replicates Freud's perception
Analyzing History of Psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles, the History Committee, 1960s
Before 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group was guided by Thomas and Margrit Libbin, Dr. Brunswick
British division in three groups, Anna Freud group, Melanie Klein group, independent group
Bureaucratic trend in the functioning of the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman
Causation for the Split, how psychoanalysts should be trained, Dr. Tidd
Causation for the Split, what is psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd
Causation for the Split in 1950, perception of Dr. Tidd
Composition of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935
Confrontation between medical and non-medical analyst continues, Dr. Horowitz
Controlling role of the Education Committee, Dr. Friedman
Control over the writings of candidates by the Education Committee, left no scholarly freedom
Corporation rules in American medical profession, narrowing the subject of psychoanalysis
Criticism on the state of affairs in the Institute in post-Simmel time, Dr. Friedman
Decision to invite Dr. Ernest Simmel to join Psychoanalytic Study Group, by group members, May 1933
Decline of scholarly psychoanalytic seminars in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller
Differences between Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, a negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Difficulties in family life of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Discourse of Milton Miller, wretched qualities, by Dr. Brunswick
Discourse of the contemporaneous psychoanalytic institutions
Discourse of the ideological or personal nature of the Split, Dr. Friedman, 1963
Discourse of the Split of Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles by Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Dissenters of the time of Freud, a prospective historical discourse, Dr. Kandelin
Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive
Documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee for the Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles
Dr. David Brunswick, discourse and reflections, Psychoanalytic Group and aftermath, interview
Dr. David Brunswick, early years in Los Angeles, 1930s
Dr. David Brunswick formally joined Psychoanalytic Study Group in ca 1933
Dr. Ernest Simmel, poor health and illness since 1943
Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute
Dr. Ernst Lewy, documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Dr. Ernst Lewy, his family was scholarly oriented, Berlin
Dr. Ernst Lewy, military medical service in the First World War, Eastern Front
Dr. Ernst Lewy, perception of higher qualification on non-medical analysts
Dr. Ernst Lewy, physical sickness shall not be applied to psychoanalytic concepts
Dr. Ernst Lewy, reflections on Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles from 1944, 1945
Dr. Ernst Lewy, scholarly biography
Dr. Ernst Lewy, work with Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute
Dr. Ernst Lewy confirms gullibility of Dr. Ernest Simmel
Dr. Ernst Lewy critically reflects on Alfred Adler's teaching
Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on his studies in Germany
Dr. Ernst Lewy reflects on the circumstances of his move to Los Angeles from New York, 1944
Dr. Ernst Lewy studies at universities of Heidelberg, Munich and Breslau
Dr. Ernst Lewy was a student of Dr. Karl Abraham, Dr. Hanns Sachs and Dr. Felix Boehm
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), European period, from the interview given to Dr. Horowitz
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), personal history of her studies in Psychoanalysis
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn), reflection on the European period of her work in Psychoanalysis
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) arrived in Los Angeles in 1938
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) commences training in Psychoanalysis, 1930s
Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn) is reluctant to name the people who induced the Split, 1963
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of German and French working class, 1930s
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, discourse of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, recollections of Frances Deri and the Lachenbruchs, 1938
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reflections and discourse  of Dr. Otto Fenichel
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reminiscents of Dr. Otto Fenichel
Dr. Hanna Fenichel, reminiscents of the Prague period, 1938
Dr. Hanna Fenichel agrees that unification of the separate psychoanalytic organization is plausible
Dr. Kandelin, reference to the first interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, June 1961
Dr. Kandelin regards deposing of Dr. Simmel from his position in the Institute as tragedy
Dr. Lawrence Friedman, military service in the time of the Second World War
Dr. Lawrence Friedman began studies in psychiatry in Vienna in 1930s
Dr. Lewy encountered a formidable resistance on the part of Society to free psychoanalytic service
Dr. Milton Miller one of the implementers of the Split by Dr. Brunswick
Dr. Rado, adaptational psychodynamics, a reformulation of the ego analysis
Dr. Rado criticized the preoccupation  of the therapist with patient past and neglect of his present
Dr. Simmel arrived in Los Angeles in April 1934, Dr. Brunswick
Dr. Simmel inclined to cooperate with American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Brunswick
Dr. Simmel transformed Psychoanalytic Study Group into a formal organization in the summer of 1935
Dr. Simmel visualized an Institute with a number of divisions by Dr. Brunswick
Drive against fund-raising, the negative state of affairs, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Enhancing role of Dr. Simmel in the progress of Psychoanalytic Study Group, since 1935 Dr. Brunswick
Episode with Dr. MacFarlane when Dr. Fenichel deprived him of presenting a paper in favor of his
Ernest Jones could not understand Nazi-German situation with Jewish psychoanalysts
European and American national character, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel (Heilborn)
European and American perception and concept of Psychoanalysis, an underlying factor in the Split
European influence of European tolerance with regard to non-medical analysis, Dr. Brunswick
Eventually the Free Psychoanalytic Service was established, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Examples of autocratic behavior in the course of the Split, Dr. Horowitz
First  psychoanalysts in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick, Thomas Libbin, Margrit Libbin, 1932
First By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1935, Dr. Brunswick
Followers of Alfred Adler in Los Angeles, by Dr. Tidd
Formality of contemporaneous psychoanalysis, Dr. Tidd
Franz Alexander's group and the concept of psychotherapy, theoretical foundation for the Split, Lewy
Free psychoanalysis was regarded as imposition by many people, Dr. Friedman
Friends of Dr. Simmel were naive to oppose political maneuvers
Genuineness of prewar psychoanalysis versus contemporaneous advantages, Dr. Tidd
Group of the first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, Dr. Brunswick
History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965
History of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1945 -- 1947
History of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles after the Split, under May Romm guidance
Imperative of the Classical Teaching of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Lewi
Inability of the psychoanalytic establishment to produce post-graduate education, Dr. Stoller
Inactive position of Dr. Brunswick made the Split implemented
In America, one can make a good living being a psychoanalyst, but it has an undesirable side
Incessant organization of superficial committees for the sake of having committees, Dr. Friedman
Incongruity of medical school training analyst, conflicting principles of control, Dr. Tidd
Indecent people often exploited Dr. Simmel trustfulness by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Indecent people toppled Dr. Ernest Simmel from chairmanship, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
In Europe one becomes psychoanalyst because of the inner conviction, Dr. Hanna Fenichel, 1963
Interference of the Chicago Institute in the affairs of Psychoanalytic Group, negative connotation
Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965
Interview with Diana Atkinson on  Dr. Ernest Simmel, 1963
Interview with Dr. Carel van der Heide, May21, 1963
Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963
Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, February 24, 1963
Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst,  by Dr. Kandelin, February 24, 1963
Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, February 16, 1963, first interview
Interview with Dr. Hanna Fenichel, second interview
Interview with Dr. Lawrence Friedman, April 27, 1963
Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963
Interview with Dr. Samuel Sperling, June 5, 1963
Interview with Frances Deri, February 3, 1963, First intervew
Interview with Frances Deri, May 31, 1963, Second interview
Interview with Margrit Munk (Libbin), January 5, 1963
Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by S. Horowitz, 1963
It is like trying to beat a dead horse to produce post-graduate education, 1960s, Dr. Stoller
It is to be-non medical psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Dr. Brunswick
Lack of scholarly leadership in contemporaneous time, Dr. Stoller
Lay analysis, discourse, Dr. Tidd, 1938
Lay analysts evoked psychoanalysis in California, Dr. Brunswick
Marjorie Leonard, a Berlin-trained psychoanalyst commenced practicing psychoanalysis in LA, 1933
Martin Grotjahn called free psychoanalytic service a slave labor, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Martin Grotjahn never knew the dividing line between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, Ernst Lewy
May Romm, circumventing the rules for her personal agendas, Dr. Ernst Lewy
May Romm, confusing teaching of technique to the candidates, negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy
May Romm, deviousness in the way of going after her objectives, Dr. Ernst Lewy
May Romm muddles therapy and unable to pursue a distinct psychoanalytic technique, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Medical education and training in America, lucrative attainment, Fenichel, Horowitz
Medical school did not take as many years as it does now, Dr. Hanna Fenichel
Medical students nowadays are different from what they used to be, they are not always dedicated
Meeting between Dr. Ernest Simmel and Dr. Abraham Brill on the theme of restraining lay analysis
Milton Miller, a catalyst for the split, by Dr. Brunswick
Milton Miller and May Romm preferred complete separation and establishment an institute of their own
My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick
Narcissism of Dr. Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick
Negation to the establishment of free psychoanalytic service, 1948, Dr. Ernst Lewy
No demarcation between lay and medical psychoanalysis, view of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Brunswick
Not psychiatrists were eager to work, the resistance came from the inside, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Nowadays, patients are financially restraint to afford psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman
Nowadays we do not have anyone that is as tolerant as Simmel by Dr. Brunswick
Over-organization of psychoanalytic institutes, a common characteristic, Dr. Friedman
People around Dr. Simmel prepared the Split, by Dr. Brunswick
People who were inducing the controversy are still active in the profession, Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Personality of Dr. Fenichel by Dr. Brunswick
Polarizing factors and concerns of individual prestige caused the Split, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Positive perspective on lay psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick
Practice in psychoanalysis consumes scholarship in psychoanalysis, contemporaneous state of affairs
Precursor of the Split, Election of July 7, 1947, deposing Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
Prospective structure of the Institute by Dr. Simmel, training, extension, children divisions
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Psychoanalysis, the state of affairs, scholars
Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, a business-oriented state of affairs, 1960s
Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, discourse, 1960s
Psychoanalysis shall not become too closely identified with universities, Dr. Horowitz, H.F
Psychoanalytic Institute formed on the ideas of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
Psychoanalytic movement, discourse
Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. Hanna Fenichel
Psychoanalytic movement, discourse, Dr. William Horowitz
Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars
Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history
Psychoanalytic university program should not be equated with residency, Dr. Tidd
Reevaluation of the conceptual premises of the Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman
Reference to distinguished service of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the times of Split and afterwards
Reference to Dr. David Rapaport, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel
Reference to Dr. Ernest Simmel by Dr. Hanna Fenichel
Reference to Dr. Ernest Simmel of discourse with Dr. May Romm, by Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Franz Alexander, by Dr. Kandelin
Reference to Dr. Karl Menninger, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Reference to Dr. Martin Grotjahn, indecency
Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel by Dr. Tidd
Reference to Dr. Otto Rank, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Tidd, 1932
Reference to Dr. Romm, by Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado, by Dr. Hanna Fenichel
Reference to Dr. Sandor Rado concepts and teaching in psychoanalysis and psychiatry, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Reference to Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Reference to Ernst Jones, Chairman of American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Reference to Estelle Levy, psychoanalyst, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Reference to seminars of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1930s, by Dr. Tidd
Reference to the Formation of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, February 1946 by Dr. Tidd
Reference to the Institute of Psychoanalysis, created by Dr. Simmel, mentioning by Dr. Tidd, 1946
Reflections on the prominent role of Dr. Simmel in the formation and running the Society
Reservation in telling the facts in the course of interviews, interviewees, Dr. Friedman
Richard and Ruth Tolman, friends of Dr. Brunswick were associated with Psychoanalytic Study Group
Rules and regulations became integral to the Psychoanalytic Institute after the Split, Dr. Friedman
Scholarly, organizational and human outstanding qualities of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
Scientific biography of Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Second interview with Dr. Tidd by Dr. Stoller on April 3, 1963
Separation of the Institute and the Society is a waste, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, 1963
Since the summer of 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group, an organization with official membership
Split was unavoidable, Dr. Tidd
The American medical profession was against non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick
The Cause of the History Committee and its Project, to understand and improve, Dr. Kandelin
The Dissident group who split up and formed the new Institute were opposed to lay analysis, Dr. Lewy
The emphasis should be scientific and on training with minimum administration, Dr. Lawrence Friedman
The idea that you could quickly reach a state of wealth contradict the science of Psychoanalysis
The issue of training non-medical analysts is the American issue, Dr. Brunswick
The nature of the new Institute is control and approvement, lack of academic freedom, Dr. Friedman
Theory of Memory, psychoanalytic, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Dr. David Rapaport
The question if psychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy are medical functions
There is an active seduction on the part of the Institute for Medical Psychoanalysis, Dr. Friedman
There is no interest in analysis but interest in themselves, the Theory is not a consideration
There is no pride in scholarship in contemporaneous Society and Institute, Dr. Stoller
The rise of California psychoanalytic societies of non-medical analysts, Dr. Brunswick
The work of the new Institute seems efficient only on paper, Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Thomas and Margrit Libbin, first professionals practicing psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930
Thomas Libbin did not support invitation of Dr. Simmel, anticipation tensions with lay analysts
To eliminate division between the Society and the Institute, for the sake of science, Dr. Friedman
To keep residency training and psychoanalytic training separately at universities, Dr. Tidd
Training should vary for medical and non-medical people, Kubie's view, Dr. Brunswick
Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s
Two opposite narratives pursued by the both institutes, Dr. Friedman, 1963
Validity of the Split, discourse, Dr. Tidd
Who would lead the Education Committee spurred the Split, by Dr. Brunswick

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Related Materials:

RG -- 10, The Works of the History Committee ,1960s

RG -- 06, Psychoanalytic Study  Group of Los Angeles, 1935 -- 1946, Papers RG -- 08, Dr. Ernst Simmel, Papers, 1908 -- 1946 RG -- 15, Dr. David Brunswick Papers

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[Item 11: RG-11.11, Interview with Frances Deri, February 3, 1963, First inerivew, February 3, 1963],
[Item 12: RG-11.12, Interview with Frances Deri, May 31, 1963, Second interview, May 31, 1963],
[Item 13: RG-11.13, Interview with Margrit Libbin (Munk), January 5, 1963, January 5, 196],
[Item 14: RG-11.14, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lachenbruch, by William S. Horowitz, December 14, 1963, December 14, 1963],
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Item 9: RG-11.09, Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963, May 9, 1963Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Interview with Dr. Samuel Kasanin by Dr. Wiliam Horowitz, History Committee, May 9, 1963
Subject/Index Terms:
Interview with Dr. Samuel Futterman, May 9, 1963
History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965
Interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Stud Group of Los Angeles, 1961 - 1965
History of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, 1945 -- 1947
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history
The task of the History Committee, 1960s
Dr. Samuel Futterman, recollections of his activity in 1945 and afterwards
Dr. Samuel Futterman, reflection of Dr. Ernest Simmel medical practice, medical license  discourse
Dr. Samuel Futterman, psychoanalytic training in Berne, Switzerland, 1930s
Dr. Ernest Simmel uneasiness of medical practicing, external factors, by Dr. Futterman
Psychoanalytic training abroad, typology of American medical doctors, by Dr. Futterman
Dr. Futterman completed psychoanalytic training in New York, in 1938 - 1942
Autoplastic adaptation, subject attempts to change itself when faced with difficult situation
Alloplastic adaptation, subject attempts to change  the environment when faced with difficulties
Dr. Futterman, reflections on scientific meeting of the Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1945 and later
Thrust to acquire professional knowledge of Psychoanalysis on the part of psychiatrists, 1945, 1946
Veteran Administration Hygiene Clinic offered some courses on Psychoanalysis in late 1940s
Veteran Administration Mental Hygiene Clinic, Drs. Futterman, Mindlin, Marmor, Levy, Psychoanalysis
Dr. Futterman, first patients to analyze, 1947, a fee of 10 dollars
Dr. Futterman, recollections of the pre-Split scientific meeting, lesser formal and substantial
Dr. Franz Alexander of Chicago intentionally focused on his book, demoting the role of our Society
Dr. Franz Alexander, deviation from the concepts of Psychoanalysis, late 1940s, Dr. Futterman
Personal and professional feud, precursor to the Split, 1949, 1950, Dr. Futterman
Meeting of dissenters preparing the Split, Drs. Marmor, Norman Levy, Milton Miller, May Romm
The dissenters recruited followers for their group, Dr. Futterman
Dr. Frumkes and Dr. Futterman voted for no-split, by Dr. Futterman
The pivotal role of May Romm in the Split, by Dr. Futterman
According to Dr. Futterman it was a great deal of feuding between Simmel and Room, of the candidates
Allegiance set up around May Romm, by Dr. Futterman
Allegiance set up around the older group, Lewy, Brunswick, Greenson, Deri, by Futterman
The Split denoted by The Old Group and the New Group, by Dr. Futterman
Indifference of American Psychoanalytic Association with regard to regional spits, by Dr. Futterman
Seriousness of minimization of importance of Oedipal complex and libido theory by the new group
May Romm and Milton Miller  minimized Oedipal complex and Libido Theory, Dr. Futterman
Scientific meetings in 1960s two-fold decrease of attendance, Dr. Futterman
Prevalence of psychoanalytic Institutes over Societies, Dr. Futterman
Contemporaneous analyst spend more time in private practice than in teaching, Dr. Futterman
Further dissension is unavoidable owing to the conflict of interest between private and public good
Psychoanalysis is being more and more Americanized, Dr. Futterman
European tradition in Psychoanalysis still pervades over the scene, Dr. Futterman
European tradition in Psychoanalysis is prevailing as far as training is concerned, Dr. Futterman
Documents of Dr. Samuel Futterman in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s
Creators:
Dr. William Horowitz (1960s)
Dr. Samuel Futterman, psychoanalyst, member of the Society since 1945 (1930s -- 1960s)


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