I’m currently reading this, and if you want a book that is aimed towards Buddhist psychology as seen by a western teacher, this suits the bill admirably. Jack Kornfield was a student of Ajahn Chah’s for a number of years, but also studied western psychology on his return to the USA and has had a psychotherapy practice for some years where he mixes buddhist approaches with western.
It’s a book with quite a few anecdotes, quotes from Ajahn Chah and other sources. Also quite a few stories from Jack’s psychotherapy practice. I found it quite moving, with a fair amount of material that was new to me. I’m only about a quarter of the way through it, but liking it so far.