Bianca Lechevalier-Haim, MD was born in Istanbul into a sephardic family. She studied in Paris after the Second Great War. She is a Training Child and Adult Psychoanalyst of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society (SPP). She is a former Senior Registrar in Neuro-Psychiatry in Paris University Medical School, a former Senior Lecturer of Psychopathology at the University of Caen (Normandy, France), and a former Medical Director of the CMPP of the University of Caen. She has been a training analyst for PSIKE Group of IPA since 2004. In 2003, she was awarded the Frances Tustin Memorial Prize. Since 1965 she has been treating autistic children psychoanalytically. She is the author of numerous papers and chapters in books, in French and in English, about psychosomatics, autism, dreams, and descendents of Shoah survivors. She is an author or co-author of four books: Le corps et le sens (The Body and the Sense), a dialogue with her husband, a professor in neurology and neuropsychology (Delachaux & Niestlé, 1998), Les Contes et la Psychanalyse (The Stories and the Psychoanalysis) (In Press, 2001), Traitement psychanalytique mère-enfant (The Mother-Child Psychoanalytic Treatment) (In Press, 2004, also translated into Turkish), and Le Souffle de l’Existence, (Breath of Existence) (In Press, 2016).