I'm writing a fake confessional autobiography which includes three specific time periods: 1940's, early 2000's and the present day. The story is written non linear, I am going to include extracts from his therapy diary at the beginning of each chapter giving a little more insight into his life. I want to include what was said in his therapy sessions as well but I'm struggling on how to do this without writing an excessive amount of dialogue. I came up with the idea that perhaps he could steal his file from the therapists office and then include a copy of the sessions as a script style piece of writing. I've been reading a book called I'm Jack which includes police interviews written in such a way and I find it very effective. I'm just wondering what you all think about this sort of style.