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RG-08.03, Ernst Simmel, Creative Organizer by Jerome and Ruth Lachenbruch, July 1968
July 1968
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After 1933, it becomes difficult for Dr. Simmel to continue his work in Germany
Die psychoanalytic  Behandlung in der Klinik, published in German, 1928, essay
Dr. Ernest Simmel, co-founder of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, 1920s
Dr. Ernest Simmel, medical military service in the First World War, hospital for neuroses
Dr. Ernest Simmel, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, Berlin, 1920s, 1931, discourse
Dr. Simmel, A Case of Exhibitionism. Report to Probation Department, 1939, article
Dr. Simmel, Doctor-game, Illness and the Profession of Medicine, 1926, essay
Dr. Simmel, emigration to United States, 1934
Dr. Simmel, Grundsaetz zum Kämpfe gegen Paragraph 218, published in 1925 in German, essay
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Observation on the Origin and Progress of Disease, 1922, essay
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Treatment in Hospital, discourse of Schloss-Tegel, publication 1928, 1929
Dr. Simmel, Psychoanalytic Viewpoints for the Treatment of Psychoses, 1929, essay
Dr. Simmel, Psychogenesis of Organic Disturbances and their Psychoanalytic Treatment, 1931, essay
Dr. Simmel, Schloss Tegel, prototype for a present day mental hospital
Dr. Simmel, scientific leader and administrator of the Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles
Dr. Simmel, The Interrelationship of War Neuroses and Mental Trauma, 1918, won Freud Prize, 1918
Dr. Simmel, Zur Psychanalyse des Spielers, 1920, in German, essay
Dr. Simmel founded the Psychoanalytic Sanitarium at Schloss-Tegel, near Berlin in 1927, Director
Idea and propose for the publications of Dr. Simmel writings by the Institute, by Lachenbruchs
Reflections on scholarly and public biography of Dr. Ernest Simmel by fellow-psychoanalysts
Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, could not exist in economic crisis and the rule of national socialists
Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, treatment of compulsion neuroses, phobias, somatic problems, gambling
Sanitarium Schloss Tegel, treatment of impulse disorders, certain adolescent problems, addictions
Scholarly works of Dr. Ernest Simmel, publications
Treatment for war neuroses created by Dr. Simmel was employed in the course of the Second World War
War-Neuroses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
War Neuroses in the course of the Second World war were treated by Pentothal, not hypnotherapy

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