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F., G. (1967). Smiley Blanton, M.D—1882-1966. Psychoanal Q., 36:588.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:588

Smiley Blanton, M.D—1882-1966

G. F.

Dr. Blanton, who was analyzed by Freud for one year and spent parts of others with him in Vienna and London, saw no incompatibility between psychiatry and religion. In The Pastoral Counselor (Fall 1963) he recorded some of Freud's opinions on this subject and others, including Jung, Adler, and their analytic methods. In 1937 Blanton founded, with Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, the American Foundation of Religion and Psychiatry; he had also organized the Minneapolis Child Guidance Clinic and the Vassar College Nursery School, as well as holding several professorships. His books include studies of speech disorders and several devoted to the problem of healing by psychiatric and religious means. His wife, Margaret, who collaborated in some of his writings, survives him.

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