1895 – She was born on the 3rd day of December on this year at Vienna.
1901 – She began school.
1912 – She finished her education at the Cottage Lyceum in Vienna. She went to Italy to stay with her grandmother because of depression.
1914 – She started teaching at her old school.
1918 – Her father started psychoanalysis on her and she became seriously involved with this new profession.
1922 – Her analysis about psychoanalysis was completed. She also presented the paper Beating Fantasies and Daydreams.
1923 – She began her own psychoanalytical practice with children.
1925 – She was the Secretary of the International Psychoanalytical Association until 1934.
1939 – She continues working while taking care of her father.
1947 – She and Kate Friedlaender established the Hampstead Child Therapy Courses.
1950 – She traveled regularly to the United States to lecture, to teach, and to visit friends.
1970 – She studied deviations and delays in development. She taught seminars on crime and family at Yale Law School
1973 – She published “Beyond the Best Interest of the Child”.
1982 – She died in the 9th day of October in this year.
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