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Piontelli, A. (1985). Backwards in Time: A Study in Infant Observation by the Method of Esther Bick. Karnac Books Ltd..

Piontelli, A. (1985). Backwards in Time. , 1-125. Karnac Books Ltd..

Backwards in Time: A Study in Infant Observation by the Method of Esther Bick

Alessandra Piontelli

To the memory of Esther Bick

Contents

Preface 9
Introduction 11
I MARTIN 13
Mrs T 13
Mr T 22
Gloria 25
Martin - the first six months 27
The maid 30
Six months to the first year 36
One year to two and a half years 42
The following years 48
Observation One 50
Observation Two 61
II JACK 74
Mrs G 74
Observation One 75
Katie 87
Mary 88
Bernadette 89
Jack's father 89
Jack - the first six months 90
Six months to the first year 95
Observation Two 97
The following years 102
Observation Three 103
III REVIEW 113
Backwards in time 113
A non-facilitating environment 119
Bibliography 123

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Preface

When Esther Bick introduced her method of infant-mother observation into the training of child psycho-therapists at the inception of the course at the Tavistock Clinic in 1948 no one foresaw the immense impact and influence it was to accrue over the years.

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