David James Fisher delivered this memorial of Rudolf Ekstein, Buxbaum's contemporary and colleague in the field of psychoanalytic pedagogy, for the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute on May 1, 2005.  Fisher was Ekstein's analysand.

In Memorium:  Rudolf Ekstein (1912-2005)
David James Fisher, Ph.D.

appears in American Imago  Sept. 2005

The essay has been removed from the site due to a contract with the publisher.
Please refer to American Imago. We are pleased to offer you the Bibliography.

Rudolf Ekstein: A Selected Bibliography

Ekstein, Rudolf, and Robert S. Wallerstein.  1958.  The Teaching and Learning of  
         Psychotherapy.   New York: Basic Books.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1966.  Children of Time and Space, Of Action and Impulse:  Clinical Studies on
         the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Severely Disturbed Children. New York:          
Ekstein, Rudolf, and Rocco Motto.  1969.  From Learning for Love to the Love of Learning.  
        New York: Brunner/Mazel.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1971.  The Challenge: Despair and Hope in the Conquest of Inner Space:
          Further  Studies of the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Severely Disturbed Children. New
         York:  Brunner/Mazel.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1972.  In Quest of the Professional Self.   In Ekstein 1989, pp. 197-215.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1974.  Speaking of the Truth Behind Fairy Tales.  New York: McGraw Hill.  
          Also as audiocassette.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1976.  In Search of Love and Competence.  New York: Brunner/Mazel.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1980.  Clinical Use of Dreams.  Laguna Beach, CA: Ego Psychology Training
          Workshops.  Audiocassette.
Ekstein, Rudolf.  1989.  The Language of Psychotherapy. Amsterdam: John Benjamins
          Publishing Co. Hunter, Virginia.  1994.  Psychoanalysts Talk.  New York: Guilford Press,
          pp. 261-297.
Wilson,  Samuel.  1990.  An Interview with Rudolf Ekstein, Ph.D.  Los Angeles Psychoanalytic
         Bulletin (Spring), pp. 15-30.

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