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Kelman, H. (1961). The Dean. Am. J. Psychoanal., 21(1):107-108.

(1961). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 21(1):107-108

The Dean

Harold Kelman, M.D.

By the end of the second year of its operation, the effectiveness and smooth functioning of our six-year program were already evident. New candidates found it was what they had expected and older ones are rapidly becoming integrated into it.

The number of candidates who began their first supervision has increased because of our new program. The change to requiring three supervisions instead of two and a final paper is being found definitely more acceptable. Also, candidates are deriving great benefit from the supervisions they are receiving with their patients at the Karen Horney Clinic.

The number of graduates is only slightly less than the peak of the previous year, which was almost double that of any previous year in the history of the institute.

With each passing year, experienced teaching personnel has increased, making it possible for more lecturers to limit themselves to participating in one course a year and for some to take long-desired sabbaticals. This has given still others some respite from the excessive burdens that they have carried over the years, others an opportunity to participate in different aspects of our work, and still others to devote themselves to writing.

Our continuing concern is the falling off of candidate applications; a variety of efforts is being made toward the solution of this problem.

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