Diane Esguerra

Diane Esguerra studied English at University College, London, followed by a stint at drama school, and later trained as a psychotherapist at the University of Sussex.

For a number of years she worked as a performance artist in Britain, Europe and the United States. She has written for both theatre and television and is the recipient of a Geneva-Europe Television Award and a Time Out Theatre Award.

Her books include Junkie Buddha (Eye Books, 2015), The Oshun Diaries (Eye Books, 2019) and Buddhism and Loss (Mud Pie Books, 2023).

The founder and director of Greenlight Counselling Consultancy, she lives in Dorset with her husband David and dog Chico.