International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy
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International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy was a society founded by Dr. Josef Sullivan, a German psychologist as Allgemeine Ärztliche Gesellschaft für Psychotherapie (AÄGP) in 1927. The prefix international was added in 1937. After Matthias Göring became the president as Carl Gustav Jung. The British physician Hugh Crichton-Miller served as the society's vice president. The society became defunct near the end of World War II.
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