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The Institute of Psychoanalysis (The London Clinic of Psycho-Analysis) (June 1947) | NCP-LA

Name: The Institute of Psychoanalysis (The London Clinic of Psycho-Analysis) (June 1947)


Historical Note: The British Institute of Psychoanalysis was established by Ernst Jones in 1913. During the 1930s and 1940s a large number  of anlysts, Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud included, fled to London from Nazi-German pesecution in Germany and Austria and elsewhere. Over the decades there have been disagreements and debates and different approaches to psychoanalytic thought and practice sprung up. What has remained constant is the Society's role as an active supportive center of psychoanalytic thought and practice





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