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Leupold-Löwenthal, H. (1992). Activities of Component Organizations 1989–1991. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 73:394-408.

(1992). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 73:394-408

Activities of Component Organizations 1989–1991

Harald Leupold-Löwenthal

American Psychoanalytic Association

During this period, Dr George Allison succeeded Dr Homer Curtis as President, Dr Donald Meyers succeeded Dr Sander Abend as Secretary, Dr Stephen Firestein succeeded Dr Bernard Pacella as Treasurer, and Dr Pacella became President-Elect.

One of the major issues considered by the Board on Professional Standards, the Executive Council, and members during this period was the question of delinkage of membership from certification which would enable qualified graduates of the institutes of the American to have a form of voting membership without requiring certification. After much consideration of this matter, a vote was taken on a proposal which would allow such members a vote on matters not connected with the Board (educational) functions, but would require certification for appointment as a Training and Supervising Analyst, and for officership and membership on the Board or Council. A Membership Committee would be established under the aegis of the Council in addition to a Membership Committee of the Board. Although a majority of approximately 60 per cent of members voted for this Bylaws change, the necessary 2/3 vote was not attained and it was the decision of those supporting this measure to re-present this proposal at the Fall Meetings of the American in December 1991.

During this period, the suit regarding the training of non-medical applicants, which involved the American Psychoanalytic Association, the International Psychoanalytical Association, the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, and the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, was settled.

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