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Kelman, H. Portnoy, I. Mullan, H. Barbara, D. Berger, M. Rubins, J. (1952). The Auxiliary Council to the Association. Am. J. Psychoanal., 12(1):104-105.

(1952). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 12(1):104-105

The Auxiliary Council to the Association

Harold Kelman, M.D., Isidore Portnoy, M.D., Hugh Mullan, M.D., Dominick Barbara, M.D., Milton Berger, M.D. and Jack Rubins, M.D.

The year's activities were opened with the innovation of a panel on “Group Psychoanalysis” combined with the Dean's Reception at the Hotel Statler on October 7, 1951. Attendance was 340. Drs. Louis De-Rosis, Karen Horney, Harold Kelman, Sidney Rose and Benjamin Wassell participated. Miss Peggy Missakian was the chairman.

A second innovation was the free lectures at the Henry Hudson Hotel with an announced discussant in addition to the principal speaker, who subsequently conducted a seminar on the topic presented. The average attendance at the lectures was 675, with one reaching the high point of 900.

Lectures given this year were: “Modern Attitudes Toward Sex” (Drs. Abe Pinsky and Harry Gershman); “Your Work— Friend or Enemy” (Drs. Sara Breitbart and Louis DeRosis); “What is Psychoanalysis” (Drs. Joseph Vollmerhausen and Isidore Portnoy); “Parents through the Child's Eyes” (Drs. Joseph Michaels and Norman Kelman); “The Analyst Goes to the Theatre” (Drs. Milton M. Berger and Hugh Mullan); “Your Marriage” (Drs. Bella S. Van Bark and Frederick A. Weiss).

For the second time seminar audiences requested an extension for one (Your Work) and two (Your Marriage) sessions beyond the usual five. Although an average attendance of 45 was maintained, because of high registrations in several seminars it was decided to concentrate on four seminars next year, three of which will be new ones.

The seminars given were: “The Role of Sex in the Life of Man” (Dr.

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