Jean Oury  

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Jean Oury is a French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst born in March 1924. He is the founder and director of the psychiatric hospital La Borde clinic at Cour-Cheverny, France. He has been member of the Freudian School of Paris, founded by Jacques Lacan from inception until the dissolution of this psychoanalytical movement. Along with François Tosquelles and Lucien Bonnafe he was instrumental in the creation of institutional psychotherapy whose therapeutic practices influenced Frantz Fanon, Felix Guattari, and the later Antipsychiatry movements of the 1960s.

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