The Eye of the Buddha and other Therapeutic Tales

Women's Press, 1991

From Freud himself being analysed, to dramas around marriages, gender and an obsession with Mary Shelley, these seven short stories explore the experiences of being in psychotherapy, on both sides of the couch.

`The angle is shifting, multiple and risky.' Professor Linda Anderson

`Riveting and moving, these witty, clever, affecting tales envelop us in the experience of psychoanalysis and its New Age stepchildren.' Susie Orbach

‘Each story is more riveting than the previous one, the reader compelled to travel further and further into the territories of fear and pain, but also wisdom.' Professor Nicole Ward-Jouve