The Analyst as Storyteller / El Analista como Narrador (IPBooks, 2021), is a recently published collection of 30 stories in their original languages, as well as in English and Spanish, edited by a BPSI Member, Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD. Contributors include: Viviane Auzias (France), Fabio Castriota (Italy), Nicolás Correa (Chile), Georges Gachnochi (France), Bertha Gamarra (Columbia), Christopher Gibson (Sweden), Christa Hoffmann (Germany), Francisca Hutnik (Argentina), Richard Kluft (United States), Clarice Kowacs (Brazil), Rosemarie Krausz (Canada), Sarit Kreutzer (Germany), Vera Lamanno Adamo (Brazil), Michal Lapinsky (Australia), Demian Leighton (Chile), Ana López (Mexico), Donald Moss (United States), Lori O’Brien (United States), Brindusa Orasanu (Romania), Tatiana Pankova (Russia), Jhelum Podder (India), Roberto Santoro Almeida (Brazil), Maria Carolina Scoz Monti (Brazil), Valerie Sinason (United Kingdom), Rafael P. Tinelli (Brazil), Sonia Tuchertman (Brazil),  İlkşen Umman (Turkey), Alessandra Vicari (Germany), Adela Vinocur (Argentina), Gemma Zontini (Italy).

Thirty analysts from all over the world tell a story. They invite us, the readers, to travel with their narratives to places close by and faraway, in the past, present and future, remembered, experienced, and imagined. Engaging in their stories we will recreate the worlds these authors have sketched to be unfolded within our own minds. These stories – all winners of a short story competition, called for by the Culture Committee of The International Psychoanalytic Association – are surprising, moving, and thought provoking. They linger in the mysterious space where fiction and reality merge and our own creativity starts to blossom.

~ Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD Editor and Chair of the IPA in Culture Committee

About The Editor:

Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and the Swiss Psychoanalytic Society. She has published papers and books on theoretical, clinical and applied psychoanalysis as well as two novels, Rousseaus Traum (2019, Tredition) and Memory’s Eyes (2020, IPBooks). Her book Driven to Survive (2018, IPBooks) was a finalist of the American Board & Academy of Psychoanalysis Book Prize. She is the Chair of the IPA in Culture Committee and works in private practice in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

You can purchase a paperback from IPBooks or Amazon where you can also get a Kindle edition. Members and partners can borrow this book from the BPSI library