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(1933). New York Psycho-Analytical Institute. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:294-295.

(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:294-295

New York Psycho-Analytical Institute

Winter, 1931-1933

1. Psycho-Analysis in Medicine: Ten lectures.

Open to physicians only. Course approved by the Committee on Medical Education of the New York Academy of Medicine.

Lecturers: Drs. Brill, Feigenbaum, Kardiner, Lehrman, Lorand, Meyer, Oberndorf, Zilboorg.

2. Popular Lectures on Psycho-Analytical Topics: Eight lectures.

Open to the public.

Lecturers: Drs. Brill, Kenworthy, Lehrman, Meyer, Oberndorf, Williams, Wittels, Zilboorg.

3. Pedagogy and Psycho-Analysis: Fifteen lectures.

Open to teachers. Course accredited by the New York State Department of Education and accepted by the Board of Education of New York City for 'alertness credit'.

Lecturers: Drs. Brill, Broadwin, Meyer, Oberndorf, Shoenfeld, Williams.

4. Introductory Course in Psycho-Analysis: Ten lectures.

Open to social workers, jurists, theologians and members of allied professions.

Lecturers: Drs. Brill, Glueck, Meyer, Oberndorf, Shoenfeld, Williams.

5. Intermediate Case-discussion Course.

Open to social workers who have completed Course 4 or its equivalent.

Lecturers: Drs. Glueck, Kenworthy, Stern, Williams.

6. Advanced Seminars for Social Workers: Round Table Discussions.

Open to experienced social workers. Attendance limited to twenty per section.

Lecturers: Drs. Shoenfeld, Stern, Zilboorg.

New York Psycho-Analytical Institute, 324 West 86th Street, New York City.

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