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RG-11.04, Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963, April 4, 1964 | NCP-LA

RG-11.04, Interview with Dr. David Brunswick, February 20, 1963, April 4, 1964
February 20, 1963, April 4, 1964
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Before 1935, Psychoanalytic Study Group was guided by Thomas and Margrit Libbin, Dr. Brunswick
Composition of Psychoanalytic Study 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. Ernest Simmel to join Psychoanalytic Study Group, by group members, May 1933
Discourse of Milton Miller, wretched qualities, by Dr. Brunswick
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. Milton Miller one of the implementers of the Split by Dr. Brunswick
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
Episode with Dr. MacFarlane when Dr. Fenichel deprived him of presenting a paper in favor of his
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
Inactive position of Dr. Brunswick made the Split implemented
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. Ernest Simmel and Dr. Abraham Brill on the theme of restraining lay analysis
Milton Miller, a catalyst for the split, by Dr. Brunswick
My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick
Narcissism of Dr. Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick
No demarcation between lay and medical psychoanalysis, view of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Brunswick
Nowadays we do not have anyone that is as tolerant as Simmel by Dr. Brunswick
People around Dr. Simmel prepared the Split, by Dr. Brunswick
Personality of Dr. Fenichel by Dr. Brunswick
Positive perspective on lay psychoanalysis, Dr. Brunswick
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
Psychoanalytic Institute formed on the ideas of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars
Psychoanalytic Study Group, seminars, discourse, Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Ernest Simmel of discourse with Dr. May Romm, by Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Otto Fenichel, by Dr. Brunswick
Reference to Dr. Romm, by Dr. Brunswick
Richard and Ruth Tolman, friends of Dr. Brunswick were associated with Psychoanalytic Study Group
Scholarly, organizational and human outstanding qualities of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Brunswick
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
Who would lead the Education Committee spurred the Split, by Dr. Brunswick

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