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medical writer , psychiatrist and analyst

Martin Grotjahn, German medical writer, retired psychiatrist and analyst. Recipient Sigmund Freudaward Psychoanalytic Physicians, 1976. Served with Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946.; Member American Psychoanalytic Association(life), American Psychiatric Association (life), Southern California Psychiatric Association (life), Southern California Psychoanalytic Society (life).

Background

Grotjahn, Martin was born on July 8, 1904 in Berlin. Arrived in United States, 1936, naturalized, 1942. Son of Alfred and Charlotte (Hartz) Grotjahn.

Education

Doctor of Medicine Kaiser Friedrich U., Berlin, 1929. Came to the United States, 1936, naturalized, 1942.

Career

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.

Works

Membership

Served with Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Member American Psychoanalytic Association(life), American Psychiatric Association (life), Southern California Psychiatric Association (life), Southern California Psychoanalytic Society (life).

Connections

Married Etelka Gross, August 18, 1927. 1 child Michael.

father:
Alfred Grotjahn

mother:
Charlotte (Hartz) Grotjahn

spouse:
Etelka Gross

child:
Michael Grotjahn