In the late 1970s I was in psychotherapy with a psychiatrist/psychoanalyst named I. J. Oberman, D.O. at the Northwest Institute of Psychiatry in the Philadelphia suburbs. Dr. Oberman had undergone a didactic analysis with Theodor Reik, who had been analyzed by Sigmund Freud. The following is a panel discussion on the work on Theodor Reik. Discussants include Harold P. Blum, M.D. (Director of the Sigmund Freud Archives) and Otto Kernberg, M.D. among others.