London: Routledge, 1999.
Hardcover. 8 3/4" X 5 5/8". xii, 196pp. Ex-Georgia State University Library, with stamps, bookplate to front pastedown, and remnants of barcode tags to spine and rear board. Green pictorial paper over boards. Mild edgewear and dust soiling to sound, firm binding. Occasional highlighting, notations, and underlining to pages throughout. Julia Turner (1863-1946) founded the Medico-Psychological Clinic with fellow psychoanalyst and suffragist Jessie Murray in 1913. The Medico-Psychological Clinic was the home of the first psychoanalytic training program in Britain and, though rather forgotten today, had a substantial impact on psychoanalysis in Britian, training such figures as Sylvia Payne, Nina Searl, Ella Freeman Sharpe, Marjorie Brierley, and Susan Sutherland Isaacs. After Murray's death in 1920, Turner and James Glover directed the clinic together, but only briefly. Turner's interest in Jungian ideas conflicted with Glover's dedication to pure pyschoanalysis, resulting in Turner's departure to found the Psychological Aid Society in 1921. Good. Item #2478