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Sokolnicka, Eugénie, 1884-1934

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Personal name headingSokolnicka, Eugénie, 1884-1934
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Variant(s)Sokolnicka-Kutner, Eugénie, 1884-1934
Kutner, Eugénie, 1884-1934
Birth date1884-06-14
Death date1934-05-19
Place of birthWarsaw (Poland)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityPsychoanalysis
AffiliationHôpital psychiatrique Sainte-Anne (Paris, France) Société psychanalytique de Paris Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Psychoanalyse Wiener Psychoanalytische Vereinigung
Profession or occupationPsychoanalysts
Found inSigmund Freud, his family and colleagues, 1928-1947, 1986 (Eugénie Sokolnicka; name spoken)
Psychoanalytikerinnen Biografisches Lexikon WWW site, viewed February 24, 2020 Women psychoanalysts in France (Eugénie Sokolnicka; née Kutner; born in Warsaw, Poland in 1884; 1934; a pupil of Carl Jung; underwent analysis by Sigmund Freud in 1914 and by Sándor Ferenczi in 1920; founded psychoanalytic movement in Paris in 1921; practiced at Sainte Anne Psychiatric Hospital; founding member and first vice-president of the Société psychanalytique de Paris), viewed February 24, 2020 (Eugénie Sokolnicka-Kutner; Polish psychoanalyst who introduced psychoanalysis to France; born in Warsaw on June 14, 1884; died in Paris on May 19, 1934; member of the Zurich [Swiss] Psychoanalytic Society and was also elected to the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society)
Associated languagepol fre