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(1988). Symposium: The Question of Lay Analysis: Sixty Years After. Psychoanal. Rev., 75(3):355.

(1988). Psychoanalytic Review, 75(3):355

Symposium: The Question of Lay Analysis: Sixty Years After

On April 18, 1987, the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP) and its journal, The Psychoanalytic Review, held a conference commemorating the sixtieth anniversary of the publication in English of Freud's monograph The Question of Lay Analysis.

Following remarks by the late Armand Gargiulo, immediate Past President of NPAP, the conference was addressed by four lay analysts whose papers comprise this Symposium: Leila Lerner, Editor-in-Chief of The Psychoanalytic Review, gave a brief history of the Journal, noting that the occasion also marked the 35th anniversary of the quarterly review; Martin Bergmann, the keynote speaker, discussed the question of “Who is a Lay Psychoanalyst?”; Esther Menaker, distinguished teacher and author, reminisced on the early struggles of non-medical analysts in New York City during the thirties, forties, and fifties; and Murray Sherman, former Editor and present Editorial Board Member of The Psychoanalytic Review, spoke of Theodor Reik's seminal contributions to non-medical psychoanalysis.

The day's meeting was organized and chaired by Lee Minoff, Editorial Board Member of the Journal, Public Relations Chairman, and current Dean of Training of NPAP.

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