Catrine Clay was a director and producer of documentaries at the BBC for 20 years, the last 10 years for Timewatch, the major BBC2 strand in the History Unit. She won the International Documentary Award, the Golden Spire for Best History Documentary, and was nominated for BAFTA. She is the author of `King Kaiser Tsar' and `Trautmann's Journey', which won the Best Sports Biography of the Year in the William Hill Sports Book Prize.
`Clay navigates the maze-like story with perspicacity and ease ... It's a gripping story of two talented individuals, their fascinating, often troubled, but ultimately enduring partnership, and how together they shaped the brave new world of psychoanalysis' Observer
`Clay remains a clear, unostentatious narrator ... Emma's voice - as well as her insight and daring - is loud and clear ... admirable' Daily Telegraph
`Clay's book is a warm-hearted tribute to Emma's wisdom and tenacity' Sunday Times
`Labyrinths finally gives a voice to Emma ... Clay's story is riveting because the patients' stories are so gripping ... Clay creates a wonderful atmosphere in her writing and ... negotiates the labyrinth with aplomb' The Times
`Catrine Clay's absorbing new biography charts the twists and turns in some of the key lives involved in that historical moment, in particular those of Emma Jung and her more famous husband Carl' Financial Times
`Engaging ... acute ... For Clay, Emma Jung's quiet growth to dominance over the psychoanalytic establishment her husband had constructed seems the more significant' Literary Review
`This book will fascinate you' Psychologies magazine