Georges HeuyerGeorges Heuyer (30 January 1884 in Pacy-sur-Eure – 23 October 1977 in Paris) was the physician who first established child psychiatry in France in 1949.
He was the son of Louis Heuyer (1847–1930), a military medical officer.
Although not a psychoanalyst himself, he introduced the practice of psychoanalysis in a hospital environment, first with the Freudian analyst Eugénie Sokolnicka (whom he met thanks to the novelist Paul Bourget), then with Sophie Morgenstern to whom he entrusted a psychoanalysis laboratory. Heuyer wrote extensively on child psychiatry (ten books and more than one hundred publications). Provided by Wikipedia
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