|The Schultz and Luthe Memorial Lecture - London 2012|
El 28 de Abril de 2012 en Londres se celebro el Congreso de la British Autogenic Society. El Prof. Luis de Rivera impartio la Schultz and Luthe Memorial Lecture, en la que recordo sus estudios y trabajos con Wolfgang Luthe y repaso el estado actual de los conocimientos en Autogenic Training y Psicoterapia Autogena (ver presentacion)
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Montreal General Hospital.
During my Training in Psychiatry at McGill University (1971-1975) I met Wolfgang Luthe at a lecture he gave in 1972
I was so impressed by the effects of autogenic training that I followed with him the basic and the Advance Training course, and cooperated with him thereafter until his untimely death in 1985.
In the late 1940's Dr. Wolfgang Luthe became a student of Schultz, studying psychosomatic medicine and Autogenic Therapy. In the 1950's Luthe emigrated to Canada, where he continued to develop Autogenic Therapy in Montreal. Schultz and Luthe collaborated in writing and collated research into all aspects of Autogenic Therapy. In 1969, a year before Schultz's death, they published 3 volumes on Autogenic Therapy , which were followed by three more in the early seventies, single authored by Luthe. In 1978 Dr. Malcolm Carruthers studied Autogenic Therapy with Dr. Luthe in Montreal and brought the method to Britain. The first Autogenic Training courses were held in Queen Anne St. in London in 1979, and The British Association for Autogenic Training and Therapy was founded in 1984. The name was changed to the British Autogenic Society in 1999.