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Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek Edit Profile

psychoanalyst.

Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek, Dutch psychoanalyst. Fellow American Institute Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (supervisor,; member American Academy Psychotherapists, American Group Psychotherapy Association, American Otoanalytic Association, Association Applied Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association.

Background

Ruitenbeek, Hendrik M. was born on February 26, 1928 in Leyden, Holland. Son of Johannes and Marie (de la Court) R. Bachelor of Arts, University Leyden, 1948, Doctor of Philosophy., 1952, Doctor of Laws, 1955.

Education

Training in psychoanalysis, Holland and United States.

Career

Teacher existential psychoanalysis New York University, 1963-1983, private practice psychoanalysis, New York City, 1960-1983.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Individual and the Crowd: A Study of Identity in America, 2d edition, 1965, Freud and America, 1966, The Male Myth, 1967, The New Group Therapies, 1970, The New Sexuality, 1974, Psychotherapy, 1976, The Women in Freud’s Life, 1981, (in Dutch) The Rise and Origin of the Dutch Labour Party, 1955. Editor: (in Dutch) Psychoanalysis and Existential Philosophy, 1962, Psychoanalysis and Social Science, 1962, Problem of Homosexuality in Modern Society, 1963, The Dilemma of Organizational Society, 1963, Varieties of Classic Social Theory, 1963, Varieties of Modern Social Theory, 1963, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary American Culture, 1964, Psychoanalysis and Literature, 1964, Varieties of Personality Theory, 1965, The Literary Imagination, 1965, The Creative Imagination, 1965, Heirs to Freud, 1966, Psychoanalysis and Female Sexuality, 1966, Psychoanalysis and Male Sexuality, 1966, The Psychotherapy of Perversions, 1967, Homosexuality and Creative Genius, 1968, Death: Interpretations, 1969, Group Therapy Today, 1969, Sexuality and Identity, 1971, Going Crazy: The Radical Theory of R.D. Laing, 1972, The Analytical Situation: How Patient and Therapist Communicate, 1973, Homosexuality, 1973, Freud As We Knew Him, 1973.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (supervisor. Member American Academy Psychotherapists, American Group Psychotherapy Association, American Otoanalytic Association, Association Applied Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association.

Connections

father:
Johannes de

mother:
Marie (de