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Pöstényi, A. (1983). The IPA Consulting Visit to Sweden. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 6(1):69-71.
   

(1983). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 6(1):69-71

The IPA Consulting Visit to Sweden

Review by:
András Pöstényi

The Swedish Psychoanalytical Society decided at its Annual Meeting in 1980 to invite representatives from the IPA for a thorough-going discussion of every aspect of the Society's activities and organization. We were gratified to learn that the IPA accepted this invitation and nominated a committee of three for the task. The discussions between this Advisory Committee and the members and candidates of the Swedish Society were scheduled to take place during a visit (officially dubbed Consulting Visit, “C. V.”) of the Committee in Stockholm at the beginning of 1982.

As one can see, more than a year was set aside for the preparations for the C.V. The Society entrusted the planning and organisation to an Organizing Committee chaired by Bo Larsson, with Birgitta Ejve, Annastina Rilton, Bo Sigrell, Ulf V. Tidén as members of the Committee and Gun-Inger Jönsson as Administrative Secretary. In addition, eleven working groups were formed, each with the task of assessing one particular sector of the Society's life.

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