Susie Orbach’s In Therapy: The Unfolding Story, based on a very popular BBC radio series, explores the process of therapy through dramatised case studies. It reveals as much about what is going on in the mind of the person behind the couch as it does the emotional dilemmas of the clients. Susie Orbach’s other books include the groundbreaking Fat is a Feminist Issue, What Do Women Want and Bodies. It is not for nothing that The New York Times referred to her as “Probably the most famous psychotherapist to have set up couch in Britain since Freud.” She discusses what happens in therapy with Francesca Segal, author of The Awkward Age, a novel about contemporary family disruption.
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