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Zaphiropoulos, M. (1987). Clinical Controversies and the Interpersonal Tradition a Scientific Symposium—Introduction. Contemp. Psychoanal., 23:181-182.
    

(1987). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 23:181-182

Clinical Controversies and the Interpersonal Tradition a Scientific Symposium—Introduction

Miltiades Zaphiropoulos, M.D.

IT IS THE PLEASURE AND PRIVILEGE of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and Psychology—and my personal one as well—to introduce our first plenary session speaker, Earl G. Witenberg, M.D.

Dr. Witenberg has been the Director of the Institute for nearly one quarter of a century, where he is also a Training and Supervising Analyst and a member of the Teaching Faculty. He has contributed in major ways to the tradition of excellence of this Institute whose program of psychoanalytic training is "based on the conviction that the study of lives in depth provides the best foundation for all forms of psychotherapy and for research into difficulties in living."

Dr. Witenberg's enviable pithiness and his consistent dedication to clarity of intent, purpose and presentation is amply evident in his teaching and writings.

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