August Aichhorn

August Aichhorn (July 27, 1878, Vienna – October 13, 1949, Vienna) was an Austrian educator and psychoanalyst.wikipedia
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Otto Fleischmann

Prior to and during World War II he was a training analyst for psychiatrists in Vienna, and following the war Aichhorn and his former student Otto Fleischmann took legal maneuvers to reopen the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, which was later renamed the “August Aichhorn Gesellschaft”.
Otto Fleischmann, although originally a juris doctor, studied philosophy with Moritz Schlick at the University of Vienna and in 1938, became a psychoanalyst under the mentorship of August Aichhorn.

Kurt R. Eissler

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Of other later prominent American psychoanalysts, Aichhorn also analyzed Kurt R. Eissler.
K. R. Eissler took a PHD in psychology at Vienna University in 1934, and underwent a training analysis with August Aichhorn.

Heinz Kohut

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Heinz Kohut said of him: “He knew every shade of dialect, every nuance of local habits, depending on regional and class differences. Aichhorn was the first analyst of young Heinz Kohut in 1938–39, before Kohut went into exile first in England and then in the United States.
Early in 1938 Kohut began a psychoanalysis with August Aichhorn, a close friend of Sigmund Freud.

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August Aichhorn (July 27, 1878, Vienna – October 13, 1949, Vienna) was an Austrian educator and psychoanalyst.

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August Aichhorn (July 27, 1878, Vienna – October 13, 1949, Vienna) was an Austrian educator and psychoanalyst.

Teacher

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August Aichhorn (July 27, 1878, Vienna – October 13, 1949, Vienna) was an Austrian educator and psychoanalyst.

Long Depression

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Aichhorn's father had had a career in the banking system of Austria, but it ended with the long depression which began in 1873.

World War I

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Aichhorn was initially an elementary school teacher in Vienna, and in 1918, following World War I was responsible for setting up educational centers for problem youth in Lower Austria.

Lower Austria

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Aichhorn was initially an elementary school teacher in Vienna, and in 1918, following World War I was responsible for setting up educational centers for problem youth in Lower Austria.

Anna Freud

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His success in this endeavor led him to be encouraged by Anna Freud (1895–1982) to enroll in psychoanalytic training at the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute in 1922.

Psychoanalysis

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August Aichhorn (July 27, 1878, Vienna – October 13, 1949, Vienna) was an Austrian educator and psychoanalyst. His success in this endeavor led him to be encouraged by Anna Freud (1895–1982) to enroll in psychoanalytic training at the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute in 1922.

Vienna Psychoanalytic Society

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Soon afterwards, Aichhorn set up a child guidance service for the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society.

Psychiatrist

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Prior to and during World War II he was a training analyst for psychiatrists in Vienna, and following the war Aichhorn and his former student Otto Fleischmann took legal maneuvers to reopen the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, which was later renamed the “August Aichhorn Gesellschaft”.

Juvenile delinquency

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He is remembered for his work with juvenile delinquent and disadvantaged youth.

Intuition

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Aichhorn was known for his intuitive talents in dealing with the antisocial nature of troubled adolescents, and his unorthodox approach in handling their aggressive tendencies.

England

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Aichhorn was the first analyst of young Heinz Kohut in 1938–39, before Kohut went into exile first in England and then in the United States.

United States

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Aichhorn was the first analyst of young Heinz Kohut in 1938–39, before Kohut went into exile first in England and then in the United States.

New York City

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The “August Aichhorn Center for Adolescent Residential Care” in New York is named after him.

Sigmund Freud

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* Verwahrloste Jugend: Die Psychoanalyse in d. Fürsorgeerziehung; 10 Vorträge zur ersten Einführung (preface by Sigmund Freud), Wien: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1925, last edition: 11th ed.

Margaret Mahler

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