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(1933). II. Reports of the International Training Commission. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:459-462.

(1933). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 14:459-462

II. Reports of the International Training Commission

BERLIN PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL INSTITUTE

First Quarter, 1933

(a) Lecture Courses

1. Dr. Carl Müller-Braunschweig: Introduction to Psycho-Analysis. Part II.: General Theory of the Neuroses. Seven lectures. (Attendance 33.)

2. Dr. Wilhelm Reich: Theory of Instinct. Five lectures. (Attendance 22.)

3. Dr. Jenö Harnik: Theory of the Specific Neuroses. Part II. Five lectures. (Attendance 10.)

4. Dr. Ernst Simmel: Psycho-Analytic Technique. Part II. Five lectures. (Attendance 15.)

(b) Seminars. Practical Exercises. Discussions

1. Dr. Jeanne Lampl-de Groot: Seminar on the works of Freud: case-histories. Part I. (Seven seminars of two hours each. Attendance 20.)

2. Dr. Otto Fenichel: Seminar on the works of Freud: writings on theory. Part II. (Seven seminars of two hours each. Attendance 24.)

3. Dr. Ernst Simmel: Seminar on technique. (For training candidates only.) (Attendance 16.)

4. Dr. Eitingon and others: Practical therapeutic exercises. (Control-analyses.) (For training candidates only.)

5. Dr. Fenichel and Dr. Reik: Discussion of recent publications in psycho-analysis and allied subjects. (Attendance 31.)

6. Dr. Müller-Braunschweig: Discussion of cases of child-analysis. (For analysts practising child-analysis and training candidates only.) (Attendance 7.)

(c) Seminar for Educationists

1. Steff Bornstein. (For beginners.) (Seven sessions. Attendance 30.)

2. Dr. Lampl-de Groot and Bornstein. (For advanced students.) (Alternate weeks. Attendance 36.)

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