About the Archive
Welcome to NCP’s Archival Collections.
The collection is centered around documenting the history of psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, reflecting the growth and development of the field from the 1920s through the 1990s, and contains papers of significant theorists and clinicians.
In addition to serving as a resource to all NCP members, faculty, staff, and students, the archive is open to the public, and the center invites all to explore and make use of the collections for research and creative projects.
You may browse archival contents using NCP’s , where you may also access the center's digitized materials, one of the few online resources in the world dedicated to digitizing historic psychoanalytic material. Materials are available for in-house consulting (by appointment only); the digitized materials, of course, may be accessed anytime.
Please contact Christine Morse, Library Services Coordinator, for any access issues, including setting up an appointment to view in-house materials.
(310) 478-6541 ex. 111