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Psychoanalysis in the Technoculture Era

by Alessandra Lemma & Luigi Caparrotta

Alessandra Lemma - Winner of the Levy-Goldfarb Award for Child Psychoanalysis!

By now the internet and other forms of virtual communication have been in place for at least twenty years. However, surprisingly...


The Contemporary Relational Supervisor

by Robert E. Lee & Thorana S. Nelson

The Contemporary Relational Supervisor is an empirically based, academically sophisticated, and learner-friendly book on the cutting edge of couple and family therapy supervision. Appropriate for master's and...


The Developmental Course of Romantic Relationships

by Brian G. Ogolsky, Sally A. Lloyd & Rodney M. Cate

Recipient of the 2014 International Association for Relationship Researchers Book Award!

This multidisciplinary text highlights the development of romantic relationships, from initiation to commitment or demise,...


Hypnotic Relaxation Therapy: Principles and Applications

by ABPH Gary Elkins Ph. D.

"Like others trying to incorporate hypnotherapy into their practice, I found myself struggling with the question, "Where do I begin?" This book provides that answer [It]offers the first complete presentation...


The Body Remembers: The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment

by Babette Rothschild

For both clinicians and their clients there is tremendous value in understanding the psychophysiology of trauma and knowing what to do about its manifestations. This book illuminates that physiology, shining...


Suppression of stereotypes

by Francesca Eleuteri

Stereotypes are beliefs regarding the traits, attributes, and behaviors of members of certain groups. They are not only beliefs, but also theories about how and why certain attributes go together. Furthermore,...


Laughter: A Scientific Investigation

by RobertR. Provine

Do men and women laugh at the same things?

Is laughter contagious?

Has anyone ever really died laughing?

Is laughing good for your health?

Drawing upon ten years of research into this most common-yet complex and...


Studies in Hysteria

by Sigmund Freud & Joseph Breuer

Hysteria—the tormenting of the body by the troubled mind—is among the most pervasive of human disorders; yet, at the same time, it is the most elusive. Freud’s recognition that hysteria stemmed from traumas...


Handbook of Psychological Assessment

by Gary Groth-Marnat

The most highly acclaimed and complete reference work on psychological assessment-fully updated and expanded

Covering principles of assessment, evaluation, referral, treatment planning, and report writing, the...


1000 Daggers

by Frank C. Seitz

With a backdrop in actual psychiatric experience, this novel about six aging combat veterans seeking treatment in a V.A. mental ward in Montana examines the neglect of our soldiers who are suffering from posttraumatic...


Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Special Needs

by Louise Goldberg

A how-to manual for yoga with kids in classrooms and therapeutic settings. If you are a parent of a child with special needs or a professional who works with one, you know how challenging it can be for them...


Dimensions of a New Identity

by Erik H. Erikson

The two lectures presented in this important volume were delivered by Erik H. Erikson at the second annual Jefferson Lectures in the Humanities, sponsored by The National Endowment for the Humanitites. In the...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to String Theory

by George Musser

We're living in the midst of a scientific revolution that's captured the general public's attention and imagination. The aim of this new revolution is to develop a "theory of everything"-a set of laws of physics...


Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves

by James Hollis

Working with the Shadow is not working with evil, per se. It is working toward the possibility of greater wholeness. We will never experience healing until we can come to love our unlovable places, for they,...


The Up And Down Life: The Truth About Bipolar Disorder--the Good, the Bad, and the Funny

by Paul E. Jones

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Sex Over 50 (Updated and Expanded)

by Ph.D., Joel D. Block

There are 78 million people now crossing the 50-year mark?and they?re redefining middle age and creating a new vision of what a fulfilling sex life means. Sex Over 50 speaks to this legion of gracefully aging...


Voluntary Madness: Lost and Found in the Mental Healthcare System

by Norah Vincent

From the author of The New York Times bestseller Self- Made Man, a captivating expose of depression and mental illness in America

Revelatory, deeply personal, and utterly relevant, Voluntary Madness is a controversial...


Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul

by M.D., Stuart Brown

Read Stuart Brown's posts on the Penguin Blog.

From a leading expert, a groundbreaking book on the science of play, and its essential role in fueling our happiness and intelligence throughout our lives

We've...


Cold-Blooded Kindness: Neuroquirks of a Codependent Killer, or Just Give Me a Shot at Loving You, Dear, and Other Reflections on Helping That Hurts

by Barbara Oakley

In this searing exploration of deadly codependency, the author takes the reader on a spellbinding voyage of discovery that examines the questions: Are some people naturally too caring? Is caring sometimes a...


Late, Lost, and Unprepared: A Parents' Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning

by Joyce, Ph.D. Cooper-Kahn & Laurie, Ph.D. Dietzel

Help toddlers through teens who struggle with executive function weaknesses manage daily demands and build independent skills for the long-term.