Hanscarl Leuner

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Hanscarl Leuner (* 1919 in Bautzen; † 1996 in Göttingen) was a German psychiatrist.

His father was a leatherware factory owner. He studium of medicine at Frankfurt University and Marburg University (1939-1946) was interrupted by his military service in World War II.

He was a pioneer in using Psychoactive drugs for therapy and developed Guided Affective Imagery (also known as: KIP, Katathym-imaginative Psychotherapy, Katathym-Psychotherapy, guided mental imagery, catathymic influences).

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