A discussion of lay therapy (1927); the London Clinic of Psychoanalysis, particularly wartime emergency organisation (1938-1939 & nd); opening remarks for a discussion of Alice Balint's paper, 'Altruism, aggression and the reality sense' (1939); Child Welfare Committee (1943-c 1944); the Controversial Discussions, particularly training issues (1943-1945); other training issues in the 1940s, including submissions by the Institute of Psychoanalysis to the Inter-Departmental Committee on Medical Schools and drafts of the standing rules of the Training Committee; changes to the Articles and Bylaws of Institute of Psychoanalysis and a proposed register of psychoanalysts (1946); memoranda on publication and editorial policy (1946) and the use of the words psychoanalytical/psychoanalytic and psycho-analysis/psychoanalysis (1949) and lists of psychoanalytic publications; opening remarks for Fieldlander's [Friedlander?] paper on combined research (1947); draft memoranda to request funding from the Rockefeller Foundation to improve facilities at the Institute of Psychoanalysis (1950); Rickman's chairman's report to the AGM (1950) and a letter from Rickman refusing nominations to the Board and the Training Committee (1951).
See also item P03-D-03, which contains cuttings and notices related to the British Psychoanalytical Society/Institute of Psychoanalysis.
Creator Rickman, John (1891-1951) Quaker physician and psychoanalyst
Date range 1927 - 1951
Quantity 3 folders
Inventory Identifier P03-B-A-01
Box Number 244