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Horney, K. (1952). The Dean. Am. J. Psychoanal., 12(1):107-107.

(1952). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 12(1):107-107

The Dean

Karen Horney, M.D.

The Faculty Council has met this past year a total of 28 times in order to fulfill its functions with regard to the preparation and management of the teaching program. In addition it has met with the full staff of the Institute in order to evaluate and prepare the curriculum for the 1952-1953 year, and with the staff of training analysts in order to evaluate supervision procedures. There have been two meetings with a committee of the Candidates Association to evaluate the training program and to seek ways to eliminate various delays in the course of training.

The number of candidates in training now numbers 83, of whom 40 are Seniors and 43 are Juniors. Nineteen applicants were considered by the admissions committee, of whom 12 were accepted. All but two candidates have been assigned for training analyses, indicating that our enrollment and our training facilities are at present congruent. The training analyst staff now numbers 13, an increase of two above the previous year.

During the past year the Foreign Students Committee of the Faculty Council has made extensive investigations in the matter of offering a concentrated course for psychiatrists from foreign countries. Further work remains before we are able to offer the integrated program which has been planned. However, we are prepared to accept certain psychiatrists for some of the training program, and in the past year have included one student from Japan and one from Germany in several courses.

In the forthcoming year, 20 courses will be offered, including 4 to be given in conjunction with the New School and one at the Institute for general practitioners.

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