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Kelman, H. Portnoy, I. Kelman, N. Mullan, H. Rose, S. (1950). The Auxiliary Council to the Association. Am. J. Psychoanal., 10(1):94-95.

(1950). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 10(1):94-95

The Auxiliary Council to the Association

Harold Kelman, M.D., Isidore Portnoy, M.D., Norman Kelman, M.D., Hugh Mullan, M.D. and Sidney Rose, M.D.

ACAAP has gone forward in the past year with its effective program of public education in psychoanalysis. Its success was made possible by its ability to learn from a now considerable fund of experience. Innovations were made and more are projected for the coming year.

The season opened with the Dean's Party on October 9, 1949 at the George Washington Hotel. This occasion, sponsored annually by ACAAP, enables wives, husbands and friends of members of the four participating organizations to come to know each other better. The four groups are ACAAP, the Institute, the Association and the Candidates Association of the Institute. The theme of the afternoon's talk was “Growth Through Participation.” The speakers were Miss Minerva Ellis, Drs. Karen Horney, Alexander Reid Martin and Harold Kelman. About 300 persons attended.

The popularity of ACAAP's seminars has increased. The seminar “Literary Figures in the Light of Modern Psychoanalysis” was such a success that two more such seminars are planned. The average attendance for the five seminars was more than 60. The other four were:

“Dr. Horney's Theory of Neurosis.” Dr. Isidore Portnoy.

“Marriage Problems.” Dr. Bella S. Van Bark.

Child-Parent Relations.” Dr. Norman Kelman.

“Sex in Neurosis.” Dr. Frederick A. Weiss.

At the Henry Hudson Hotel, the paid lectures given on the first Tuesday of each month have shown a further decrease in attendance. A critical evaluation of this trend has resulted in a number of changes in policy with a view of bringing this series back to its former high level of popularity.

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