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RG - 10.01, A History of Psychoanalytic movement in LA area by Dr. David Brunswick, 1957
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1957
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RG-10.01
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NCP-LA
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Albert Kandelin trained in psychoanalysis by Dr. Ernest Simmel, Brunswick
A nucleus for psychoanalysis was getting started in San Francisco in the 1930s, Brunswick
Credentials of May Romm questioned by Dr. Simmel, Brunswick
Documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick
Dr. A.A. Brill, admonition to Dr. Simmel with regard to lay analysts in Los Angeles, Brunswick
Dr. Arthur Timme, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Dr. David Brunswick, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Dr. Ernest Simmel, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Dr. Ernest Simmel, vicissitudes for emigration to America, 1933, 1934, Brunswick
Dr. Ernest Simmel officially founded the Psychoanalytic Study Group in 1935 in Los Angeles Brunswick
Dr. Ernest Simmel was invited to Los Angeles on May 8, 1933, Brunswick
Dr. Eugene Ziskind, early member of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Brunswick
Dr. Glen Myers, early member of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Brunswick
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Institute Foundation of Los Angeles, proto-Institute efforts to no avail
Dr. Simmel arrived in Los Angeles in April 1934, Dr. Brunswick
Dr. Simmel consolidated psychoanalytic movement in California, Dr. David Brunswick
Dr. Simmel included in the new By-Laws provisions for the qualified non medical psychoanalysts 1942l
Dr. Simmel invited Frances Deri and Otto Fenichel, psychoanalysts from Europe
Early or original members of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Brunswick
Estelle Levy, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Exodus of Jewish psychoanalysts from Nazi-controlled Germany after 1933, Brunswick
Founders of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Dr. David Brunswick
Frances Deri, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Frances Deri and Dr. Simmel invited Otto Fenichel who arrived in 1938 to Los Angeles, Brunswick
Gullibility of Dr. Ernest Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles, Dr. David Brunswick
History of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of LA by Dr. David Brunswick, 1957
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Study Group was an embryo of an Institute, Dr. David Brunswick
Marjorie Leonard, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
May Romm, a negative encounter with Dr. Simmel, ca 1943, Brunswick
Mrs. Wilshire, an eclectic Jungian psychoanalyst in Los Angeles, 1920s, Dr. David Brunswick
Otto Fenichel and May Romm get together well, Brunswick
Paul Epstein, Professor of Theoretical Physics at California Institute of Technology, early member
Professor Paul Epstein, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Psychiatric education was rudimentary in Los Angeles in the 1930s, Brunswick
Psychoanalytic Library was built by Psychoanalytic Study Group and by the Institute, Brunswick
Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history
Qualified non medical psychoanalysts, resistance to include by APA, Brunswick
Richard Tolman, Professor of Physics at California Institute of Technology, early member, Brunswick
Robert Newhouse, trained in psychoanalysis by Dr. Simmel, Brunswick
Simmel trusted people and they did not appreciate his support, Brunswick
The first self proclaimed psychoanalysts in Southern California, 1920s
The Libbins practiced Freudian psychoanalysis in Los Angeles in earnest, Dr. David Brunswick
The role of Dr. Bernfeld in psychoanalytic movement in Northern California, Dr. David Brunswick
The School for Nursery Years, 512 N. Rossmore Ave, Los Angeles, a location for Psychoanalytic Study
The state of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles before 1927, Dr. David Brunswick
Thomas and Margrit Libbin arrived in Los Angeles in 1927 the first trained psychoanalysts, Brunswick
Thomas and Margrit Libbin studied in Freudian Institute in Vienna 1924 -- 1927
Thomas Libbin, founder of Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Vulgar and unprofessional psychoanalysis in Los Angeles before 1927, Brunswick
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