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(1943). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 12:158.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:158


The BOSTON PSYCHOANALYTIC INSTITUTE makes the announcement that a Psychiatric Clinic has been opened under its auspices at 82 Marlborough Street, Boston, Massachusetts. It will be 'a psychotherapeutic clinic for ambulatory patients whose problems are related to the present war situation'. Major M. Ralph Kaufman, A.U.S., M.C., is the Director of the Clinic jointly with Dr. Felix Deutsch of Boston. Eighteen psychiatrists, five assistant psychiatrists, and two psychologists are on the staff of the Clinic. The majority of them have psychoanalytic training or are well-known psychoanalysts. A staff of consultant physicians embraces all branches of medicine, from endocrinology to otolaryngology.

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