Library News, June 2015
by Eric Rosen, MLIS
Gregory and I are deep into the Windholz Archive, and his body of work about a new form of supervision that he called ‘Consensual Analysis’.
Emanuel Windholz (1903-1986) had a very interesting life in psychoanalysis and was once an important figure at the old San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. One of the emegre analysts from Czechoslovakia, he was part of the psychoanalytic discussion groups in 1940’s San Francisco that served as the building blocks of SFPI&S. He served as the executive director of the new institute for many years, was on numerous psychology and psychoanalytic committees, held positions in national psychoanalytic associations, and had a private practice.