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date: 09 May 2021

Kenworthy, Marion Edwenalocked

(1891–1980)
  • Rebecca L. SperlingRebecca L. SperlingMarymount Manhattan College

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Marion Edwena Kenworthy (1891–1980) was a psychiatrist who introduced psychoanalytic concepts into the social work curriculum. She was influential in the professionalization of social work and specialized in child psychiatry and mental health services for the armed forces.

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