Fuchs’ colleague Martin Bölle, M.D., practices psychotherapy in downtown Heidelberg. He, like Fuchs, spoke of Fromm-Reichmann with great respect during an interview. He called her a "pioneer" and even a "revolutionary" where the treatment of psychoses is concerned. For instance, he pointed out, Fromm-Reichmann, who was part of the so-called "F-2 generation" (the generation after Freud), superseded the Viennese founder of psychoanalysis by focusing on psychoses instead of less-severe neuroses. She was also more progressive than Freud, he said, because of her willingness to treat patients from lower social classes. Furthermore, he added, she concentrated on the social causes of psychoses, not just the unconscious ones, which set her apart from Freud and helped pave the way for family therapy.