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Kelman, H. (1952). American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychoanal., 12(1):105-106.

(1952). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 12(1):105-106

American Institute for Psychoanalysis

Harold Kelman, M.D.

Board of Trustees

During the past year the Board met nine times and called two membership meetings. The membership consisted of 5 members, 8 associate members, and 12 auxiliary members. Total: 25.

At the meeting of June 11, 1951 the Board approved the recommendations of the Faculty Council on instructors for the academic year 1951-1952: 12 lecturers, 1 associate lecturer, 11 assistant lecturers. Total: 24.

At the membership meeting on September 23, 1951 the following gave their annual reports: President, Treasurer, Dean, Membership and Grievance Committees. The Board subsequently formed a Confidential Information Committee at the recommendation of the membership.

The adjourned Board meeting of September 23, 1951 was continued on October 17, 1951. The Board approved the recommendation of the Faculty Council that Dr. Norman Kelman be granted a certificate to practice psychoanalysis.

The President reported at the November 11, 1951 meeting that the Institute, which had operated on a provisional charter from December 20, 1946, had been granted an absolute charter on October 26, 1951 by the Board of Regents for and on behalf of the Education Department of the State of New York. The Faculty Council reported that it had admitted the first foreign student, Dr. Luis Murillo (Mexico) on November 7, 1951 and the second, Dr. Rea Paidoussi (Greece) on March 28, 1952, to the full course in training for certification in psychoanalysis.

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