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(1951). Notes and News. Psychoanal. Rev., 38(2):203.
(1951). Psychoanalytic Review, 38(2):203
Notes and News
The International Congress for Psycho-Therapeutics, under the auspices of the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Psychotherapie, will be held at Leiden-Oegstgeest from September 5th to September 8th, 1951, inclusive.
The subject of the Congress will be: “THE AFFECTIVE CONTACT.” Six plenary sessions will be held, each lasting three quarters of an hour, no discussions to follow.
The subjects to be presented are: The psychological-biological aspect; the social aspect; the phenomenological aspect; the psychoanalytical aspect; the personal realization in psychotherapy; the significance of the structure of the personality in the affective contact.
In addition three sections will be formed for: infant-psychotherapy; group-psychotherapy; psychosomatic therapy. The lectures will last 30 minutes, after which there will be 20 minutes for discussions. In this way nine speakers will have an opportunity to lecture at each session.
The rooms for the section meetings are quite near each other consequently, no time is lost when choosing a special section lecture. The management of “Huis ter Duin” at Noordwijk offers accommodation for an unlimited number of congress members. There will be three different classes of prices for lodging and breakfast, as well as for half board at the option of the members.
There will be a regular road service between Noordwijk and Leiden-Oegstgeest and vice-versa.
A. H. Fortanier, Secretary
International Congress for Psychotherapeutics Psychiatric Clinic, University of Leiden, Oegstgeest, Holland.
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