Salomea Kempner was from Plock, Poland. In 1921 she moved to Vienna, and in June 1922 was elected a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. In 1923 she moved to Berlin, where she worked at the Berlin Polyclinic, and became a member of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society in January 1925. In 1935 she and Philipp Sarasin, with whom she had a longstanding relationship, visited Freud together. She became a training analyst in 1936. She supervised the training of Adelheid Koch. She continued conducting psychoanalytic control sessions in her apartment until 1937, but disappeared without trace in the Warsaw Ghetto.
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