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Horney, K. (1951). The Dean. Am. J. Psychoanal., 11(1):98-98.

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

The Dean

Karen Horney, M.D.

As Dean of the Institute and Chairman of the Faculty Council, it is my duty and privilege to present the following report on the state of the Institute and the main activities of the Faculty Council during the past year.

The Faculty Council has met a total of 30 times in order to fulfill its functions with regard to the teaching program and the admission of candidates, as prescribed in the By-Laws of the Institute. The number of candidates in training has increased from 63 in 1949-1950, to 80 in 1950-1951; the teaching staff now numbers 25; the training analyst staff now numbers 11. Thirty-three applicants were considered by the Admissions Committee. The possibility of offering the full training program leading to certification to psychiatrists from foreign countries was considered, and we are now prepared to admit such candidates. In addition, the Faculty Council is preparing a shorter course to offer foreign psychiatrists who wish to remain in this country for training less than one year.

In the forthcoming year, 18 courses will be offered. This includes one of special interest to general physicians entitled, “The Neurotic Patient in Medical Practice.” We shall continue to give courses in the New School, and this year have introduced two new ones: “Moral Alternatives in Our Time” and “Culture and Neurosis.” In response to the request of the candidates, the Seminar on Personal Case Histories, formerly given only at the New School, will now be scheduled for candidates and other physicians at the Institute, and will be entitled, “Clinical Conferences on Case Histories.

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