The Therapist's New Clothes is evocative, poetic and so captures Judy's inner workings when she was the mother of a very young child and was on her way to becoming a therapist. Judy is such a talented writer with the ability to get those thoughts and feelings onto the page that so easily escape you. This book is one of my favorite memoirs of all time. --Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, author of Pen on Fire: A Busy Woman's Guide to Igniting the Writer Within.
An honest, highly intelligent, darkly ironic book about what it is like to sit in the therapist's chair. Judy's writing sings. --Alison Larkin, author of The English American
About the Author
Judith D. Schwartz is a writer with work published in venues as varies as The New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, Time.com, Glamour, and Redbook. She is the author of The Mother Puzzle: A New Generation Reckons with Motherhood and co-author of Tell Me No Lies: How to Face the Truth and Build a Loving Marriage and others. A graduate of Brown University and The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, she lives in Southern Vermont with her husband, writer Tony Eprile, and their son Brendan.