Ever felt your therapist was more messed up than you? What drives needy and unstable characters to become counsellors? In Good Grief, a man with a tragedy-scarred past falls into the clutches of self-absorbed volunteer counsellor Evelyn Barge who hijacks the therapy session to pursue her own psycho-sexual agenda. Both Evelyn and her client undergo radical transformations during the process but the results and revelations are not what anyone expects. Textbook Counselling 101? Imagine the opposite.
Winner of the 2009 Yarregah Drama Festival Adjudicator's Award for Best New Australian Script
- 43 minutes
- 1 female, 1 male
- Australian Script Centre