The therapist uncovered - ten tantalising tales from the therapy room to make you laugh, cry, and reflect.
An intriguing collection of compelling stories that expose our most private and... (more)
Written by a survivor of mind control and ritual abuse who is also a therapist, this memoir exposes the existence and practices of organized criminal groups who abuse children, helps survivors of... (more)
This is a fascinating dialogue on the human inclination to make up stories between a Nobel Prize-winning writer and a psychotherapist.
Arabella Kurtz and J.M. Coetzee consider psychotherapy and... (more)
Part Two of the Eat The Evidence trilogy, A Parasite In The Mind, ended with law enforcement delving deeper into Nathan Bar Jonah's tainted past, his heinous crimes against children and discovering... (more)
All My Sins Remembered is the continuation of Wilfred Bion's autobiography, The Long Week-end. Although it is by no means a full account of his thirty years following the First World War - and he... (more)
Eat The Evidence tells the story of a violent serial pedophile and murderer. It does not attempt to take the reader inside the mind of a serial killer, rather it attempts to take the serial... (more)
A Parasite in the Mind is the second volume in the acclaimed Eat the Evidence trilogy by John C. Espy, which follows the story of a violent serial pedophile and murderer, Nathaneal Bar Jonah, from... (more)
Together with Ferenczi, Karl Abraham was perhaps Freud’s most creative and devoted disciple. In this book, after outlining the socio-cultural context of the day, Isabel Sanfeliu examines Abraham’s... (more)
All of us are creatures of a day, wrote Marcus Aurelius, rememberer and remembered alike. In his long-awaited new collection of stories, renowned psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom describes his patients'... (more)
‘That’s the catch when you stop eating – food starts to eat you.’
Sophia Gore was thirteen years old when she began starving herself. She had no idea that nearly two decades later she would... (more)
Who was Sabina Spielrein? Her dramatic life story is most famous for her notorious affair with Carl Jung. Yet she was a woman who overcame family and psychiatric abuse to become an original thinker... (more)
This book is a personal account of the enduring value of an appropriate psychotherapeutic intervention, and is set within the author's lifespan to date. It is also a unique view of how it feels to be... (more)