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Hott, L.R. (1966). Karen Horney Clinic. Am. J. Psychoanal., 26:109-110.

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(1966). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 26(1):109-110

Karen Horney Clinic

Lewis R. Hott, M.D.

Wit profound regret we experienced the death of our devoted Clinic President, Louis Shapiro. Mr. Shapiro, one of the Clinic's founders, was its closest friend, advisor and benefactor. His devoted dedication to the Karen Horney Clinic was well known and appreciated.

The Karen Horney Clinic continues its dedication to the ideals of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis and the fulfilment of its responsibilities to the psychiatric needs of the community.

The staff of doctors, caseworkers and psychologists provided 14,640 working hours. This included therapy sessions, supervision, screening, casework, testing interviews, research and special projects. The number of doctor hours has increased about 30 per cent, the most marked increase being patients who come 3 hours per week. Remuneration and deferred compensation plans have proceeded according to schedule. Increase in the latter areas is anticipated for 1965-66.

A new service offering consultation for marital problems has been added to the Clinic's regular services. Dr. Paul Lussheimer is the physician-in-charge. The

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