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The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of Southern California (Founded in March of 1950) | NCP-LA

Name: The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of Southern California (Founded in March of 1950)


Historical Note:

The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of Southern California came into being as a result of the Split  fostered by a group of dissenters, namely May E. Romm, Milton Miller, Martin Grotjahn.

The new organization took course on the medicalization of Psychoanalytis and to liimiting the lay-psychoanalyst to practice psychotherapy.

Eventually the Institute for Psychoanalysis of Southern California merged with is originator, namely Los Angeles Institue for Psychoanalysis (LAPSI) in a coherent organizatiion, The New Center for Psychoanalysis in 2005.






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