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educator , Psychiatrist , psychoanalyst

Andre Emeric Haynal, Hungarian psychiatrist, educator, psychoanalyst. Diplomate Federation of Swiss Doctors in neurology, psychiatry and psychotherapy. Recipient Dubois prize Swiss Medical Society Psychotherapy, 1977, Merit award American Mental Health Foundation, 1982.


Haynal, Andre Emeric was born on August 13, 1930 in Budapest, Hungary. Arrived in Switzerland, 1956. Son of Imre G. and Margit L. (Nagy) Haynal.


Bachelor, Cistercian College, Budapest, 1948. Master of Arts in Philosophy and Psychology, University Budapest, 1951. Doctor of Medicine, University Zurich, 1959.


Verbindung der Schweizer Ärztinnen und Ärzte, Berne, 1966. Intern, resident Zurich (Switzerland) University General Hospital, 1960-1964. From assistant professor psychiatry to professor Medical School University Geneva, since 1973.

Practice medicine specializing in psychiatry and psychoanalysis Geneva. Medical directors psychiatric service University Clinic for Psychiatry II, since 1971. Visiting professor psychiatry Stanford (California) University, 1980-1981, 88-89.


  • Diplomate Federation of Swiss Doctors in neurology, psychiatry and psychotherapy.


Member Swiss Psychoanalytic Society (president 1976-1979), European Psychoanalytical Federation (vice president 1979-1985), International Psychoanalytical Association, International College Psychosomatic Medicine, International Institute for Mental Health Research, Sigmund Freud Gesellschaft.


  • Other Interests

    Swimming, piano.


Married Litza R. Guttieres, February 2, 1971 (divorced 1984). Married Veronique Reymond, January 6, 1985. Children: Cleo E., David S.

Imre G. Haynal

Margit L. (Nagy) Haynal

Veronique Reymond

Litza R. Guttieres

Cleo E. Haynal

David S. Haynal