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RG-11.05, Interview with Dr. Ernst Lewy, February 24, 1963
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February 24, 1963
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RG-11.05
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NCP-LA
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A great number of unpublished works of Dr. Simmel by Dr. Ernst Lewy
British division in three groups, Anna Freud group, Melanie Klein group, independent group
Differences between Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, a negative connotation, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Difficulties in family life of Dr. Simmel, by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Dissenters of the time of Freud, a prospective historical discourse, Dr. Kandelin
Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute
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. 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. Lewy encountered a formidable resistance on the part of Society to free psychoanalytic service
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
Drive against fund-raising, the negative state of affairs, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Ernest Jones could not understand Nazi-German situation with Jewish psychoanalysts
Eventually the Free Psychoanalytic Service was established, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Franz Alexander's group and the concept of psychotherapy, theoretical foundation for the Split, Lewy
Friends of Dr. Simmel were naive to oppose political maneuvers
Imperative of the Classical Teaching of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernst Lewi
Indecent people often exploited Dr. Simmel trustfulness by Dr. Ernst Lewy
Indecent people toppled Dr. Ernest 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
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
Milton Miller and May Romm preferred complete separation and establishment an institute of their own
Negation to the establishment of free psychoanalytic service, 1948, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Not psychiatrists were eager to work, the resistance came from the inside, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Polarizing factors and concerns of individual prestige caused the Split, Dr. Ernst Lewy
Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, history
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. 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
The Dissident group who split up and formed the new Institute were opposed to lay analysis, Dr. Lewy
Theory of Memory, psychoanalytic, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Dr. David Rapaport
Transcripts of the interviews with the former members of Psychoanalytic Study Group, 1960s
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