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Ernst Simmel

Author Code: GESM

Born: Apr. 4, 1882 - Beslau, Silesia, Germany

Died: Nov. 11, 1947 - Los Angeles, California, USA

Educated in medicine and Psychiatry at the University of Berlin and the University of Rostock, Simmel received his MD in 1908. During the First World War, he ran a hospital for psychiatric casualties of the war. He was a pioneer in the treatment of war neuroses with the use of psychoanalysis. Following the war, he helped Karl Abraham and Max Eitingen to found the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute in 1920. He was elected president of the Society of Socialist Physicians in 1924, a position he held until 1933. In 1926, he became president of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society and, the following year, established a sanatorium in Tegel. The sanatorium closed in 1931 due to bankruptcy, largely caused by the worldwide depression. In 1934, Simmel emigrated to the United States to escape the persecution of the Nazis. After a brief stay at the Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute, Simmel settled in Los Angeles. Following the Second World War he helped to found the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute and the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, serving as the latter's first president. His works include On the Psychoanalysis of War Neurosis (1918), Psychoanalysis and the Masses (1919), The Psychoanalytic Sanatorium and the Psychoanalytic Movement (1937), Self-Preservation and the Death Instinct (1944) and Anti-Semitism: A Social Disease (1946).

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