Martin Grotjahn, German medical writer, retired psychiatrist and analyst. Recipient Sigmund Freud award, Psychoanalytic Physicians, 1976. Member of Southern California Psychoanalytic Society (life), Southern California Psychiatric Association (life), American Psychiatric Association (life), American Psychoanalytic Association (life).
Intern Hospital Reinikendaf, Berlin. Resident Charite Hospital, 1933—1936, Menninger Clinic, Topeka, 1936—1938, Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute. Head physician, department psychiatry & neurology Berlin University, 1933—1936.
Member staff Chicago Institute Psychoanalysis, 1938—1946. Member faculty University Southern California, 1946—1986. Professor emeritus, training analyst emeritus.
Practice psychiatry, Topeka, Chicago, Los Angeles. With Medical Corps, 1942-1946, Australia.
- The Art and Technique of Analytic Group Therapy
- Not designed as textbook of psychoanalytic group therapy, the purpose of this work is to give an impression of the way that the author conducts group therapy and what he has learned in doing so.
- Beyond laughter
- Grotjahn's study of humor and the subconscious is a book written for the "good reader," and remains today an acute and thorough (but intentionally unfunny) look at laughter and the mind.
- The voice of the symbol (A Delta Book)
- fly page torn-pages slightly discolored
- A Celebration of laughter
- Book by Grotjahn, Martin
Born July 8, 1904
1933 - 1936
1936 - 1938