Papers of Rudolf Dreikurs, 1911-1973 (bulk 1937-1972).

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Dreikurs, Rudolf, 1897-1972. Papers of Rudolf Dreikurs, 1911-1973 (bulk 1937-1972).

Papers of Rudolf Dreikurs, 1911-1973 (bulk 1937-1972).

Correspondence; journals (1915-1923); manuscripts and typescripts of books, articles, speeches, and television lectures; transcripts of counseling and therapy sessions; case studies from classroom situations; and other material, including notes, printed materials, photographs, and memorabilia. Dreikurs's papers reflect his role as a social psychologist and practitioner of group approaches in counseling and therapy. The correspondence documents his private practice of psychiatry in Chicago, his role in creating Community Child Guidance Centers, Inc., his professorship of psychiatry at the Chicago Medical School, his directorship of the Alfred Adler Institute, and his editorship of the Individual Psychology Bulletin (1941-1951), the writing of his books, and his visiting lectureships. Correspondents include Alfred Adler, Victor Frankl, John Haynes Holmes, George Kelley, Abraham Maslow, Jacob L. Moreno, Hans Morgenthau, Carleton Washburne, and Sumner Welles.

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