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RG-30.178, Kandelin, Laymen in California, Ernest Simmel writings, ca 1960s
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Albert Kandelin, historical narratives, 1960s
Composition of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles in the 1930s, History
Correspondence between Menninger and Simmel with regard to lay analysis, 1940, History, Kandelin
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernest Simmel
Documents of Albert Kandelin in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s
Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee for the Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles
Dr. Albert Kandelin, History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles
Early History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles
Ernst Simmel held a central position with regard to lay analysts, 1930s, Albert Kandelin, History
Ernst Simmel was the first physician analyst settled in Los Angeles in mid - 1930s, History
History of Psychoanalysis in California, Albert Kandelin
In a compromise, the San Francisco society was founded to adopt medical psychoanalysis, 1942 History
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization
Medical domination of Psychoanalytic Science, Simmel, Fenichel, Bernfeld had to comply 1940s History
Members of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles, 1930s, History of Psychoanalysis
Menninger and Simmel, variance in perception of lay analysts, in correspondence, 1940, History
One restriction was enforced that is to practice the Freudian psychoanalysis, 1930s, Los Angeles
Robert Knight arduous actions against lay analysis, Los Angeles, 1941, History
Simmel, a discourse regarding the Los Angeles and San Francisco societies, 1944, History
Simmel, Regarding the future of psychoanalysis, memo, December 30, 1940, Los Angeles, History
Simmel, the Fear is the underlying reason of tensions with lay psychoanalysts in Los Angeles, 1940
Simmel, the fear of a stimulating conflict with medical authorities, lay analysis, 1940, History
Simmel, the fear of the influx of analyst from elsewhere to Los Angeles, lay analysis, 1940, History
Simmel, the fear of the lay analyst would outnumber physician analysts, Los Angeles, 1940, History
Simmel, the Topeka group induced measures against lay analysis in Los Angeles, 1940s, History
Simmel in 1938 accepted the American provisions that exclude laymen from training, History
The first psychoanalytic group did not restrict membership to analysts, lay analysis was preferable
The fist psychoanalytic group had no mention of a medical qualification for membership, History
The pioneer group of psychoanalysis comprised all lay analyst, 1930s, Albert Kandelin
The role of laymen in establishing of psychoanalytic institutions in California, early history
Thomas and Margrit Libbin, Marjoriel Leonard, Estelle Levy, David Brunswick, lay psychoanalysts 1930

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