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Freeman, N. (1961). American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychoanal., 21(1):105-106.

(1961). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 21(1):105-106

American Institute for Psychoanalysis

Nathan Freeman, M.D.

Board of Trustees

The year 1960 was an eventful one. The acquisition of our new building at 329 East 62nd Street, New York City, more closely bound together the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and the Karen Horney Clinic with the American Institute for Psychoanalysis. There are few happy events in life that do not have aspects of concern. This venture brings with it increased financial responsibilities. However, the spirit of the membership of the Karen Horney Clinic, Inc., is of such nature that it inspires confidence that we can meet our obligations. Another important problem of which we are aware is the opportunity of continuing and expanding our training of candidates in psychoanalysis. We have initiated projects toward this end; these projects will be described in other reports.

Since September, 1959, the Board of Trustees has met eleven times; two of these meetings were called as emergency sessions, mainly to meet the problems connected with the purchase of a building. The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis agreed to join the Institute and the Karen Horney Clinic, Inc., in a joint purchase of the new building. The building was purchased in March 1960; we took possession the following month. Work has been started to refurbish and build an elevator in our building and we hope to complete this work by the end of 1960. Plans for the new library are progressing under the competent leadership of Mrs. Esther Brody.

Doctors Nathan Freeman, Harry Gershman, and Abe Pinsky were appointed to act as the Clinic Committee for the Board in negotiations and planning for refurbishing our new building.

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