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Kelman, H. (1951). American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychoanal., 11(1):96-98.

(1951). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 11(1):96-98

American Institute for Psychoanalysis

Harold Kelman, M.D.

Board of Trustees

The President has the honor to submit the Institute's annual report. During the past year the Board met eight times and called two membership meetings.

The membership was the following:

1)   Members: Doctors Karen Horney, Muriel Ivimey, Harold Kelman, Elizabeth Kilpatrick and Alexander Reid Martin.

2)   Associate Members: Doctors Valer Barbu, Sara Breitbart, Ada C. Hirsh, Paul Lussheimer, Isidore Portnoy, Frederick A. Weiss and Antonia Wenkart.

3)   Auxiliary Members: Doctors Eleanor Crissey, Nathan Freeman, Harry Gershman, B. Joan Harte, Norman Kelman, Emy Metzger, Hugh Mullan, Geoffrey Osler, Abe Pinsky, Bella S. Van Bark, Joseph D. Vollmerhausen and Bernard Zuger.

At the meeting of June 11, 1950, the Board approved the recommendation of the Faculty Council that Dr. Paul Lussheimer be made a Provisional Training Analyst, and its recommendations for appointments to the teaching staff for the academic year 1950-51. The Candidates Association gift of $350 was accepted with appreciation by the Board. The Trustees moved in favor of forming a clinic.

The following gave their annual reports at the membership meeting of September 30, 1950: President, Treasurer, Faculty Council, Membership and Grievance Committees.

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