Jonathan Grayson, Ph.D.
FrEEdOm FrOm OBSESSIVE
A Personalized recovery Program
for Living with Uncertainty
Grayson’s program helps sufferers of OCD
make sense of their compulsions through self-evaluation, and provides the tools for changing
their cycles of fear and endless rituals.
Berkley 320 pp. 978-0-425-19955-8 $13.95
Richard O’Connor, Ph.D.
What Therapy doesn’t Teach You
and medication Can’t Give You
“Distinguished by its common sense, its
humanity, and its absence of dogmatism...a
balanced and persuasive work that explores
the dark predicament of depression, and the
pathways toward help, with fresh insight.”
Berkley 368 pp. 978-0-425-16679-6 $15.00
Marguerite Sechehaye, analytic interpreter
A SCHIZOPHrEnIC GIrL
An Astonishing memoir of
reality Lost and regained
Foreword by Frank Conroy
Meridian 192 pp. 978-0-452-01133-5 $14.00
I nEVEr PrOmISEd YOU
A rOSE GArdEn
With a New Afterword by the Author
in the NAL trade edition
The story of a young girl’s three years in a
mental hospital and her journey back from
madness to reality. “Convincing and emotionally gripping.”—The New York Times Book
288 pp. 978-0-451-21120-0 $13.95
256 pp. 978-0-451-16031-7 $6.99
Ethel S. Person, M.D.
BY FOrCE OF FAn TASY
How We make Our Lives
“While many people as well as early psycho-analytical theorists discounted fantasies and
daydreams as insignificant, such essential constructs help charge and organize our lives and
even contribute to cultural formulation and
change, argues clinical psychiatrist
Person....(An) accessible, textured and thought-provoking study.”—Publishers Weekly.
Penguin 288 pp. 978-0-14-025996-4 $19.00
Harriet Sarnoff Schiff
THE SUPPOr T GrOUP mAnUAL
A Session-By-Session Guide
If you need help coping with loss—of a loved
one, a marriage, or a way of life—Schiff offers
guidance in this book. She gives advice on
finding participants, locating or becoming a
facilitator, and establishing ground rules, as
well as providing a flexible agenda for seven
Penguin 128 pp. 978-0-14-023715-3 $13.00
Muriel James, Ed.D., and
Dorothy Jongeward, Ph.D.
BOrn TO WIn
with Gestalt Experiments
“The clearest and easily the best popular book
of them all.”—Psychology Today. Photographs,
Footnotes and References, Index.
Signet 352 pp. 978-0-451-16521-3 $7.99
A BrIGHT rEd SCrEAm
Self-mutilation and the Language of Pain
“Strong’s research into ‘cutters’ combines journalistic passion with academic integrity.
Riveting and dynamically written, this book is
an important addition to psychological literature.”—Publishers Weekly.
Penguin 256 pp. 978-0-14-028053-1 $15.00
rECLAImInG YOUr LIFE
A Step-by-Step Guide to Using
regression Therapy to Overcome
the Effects of Childhood Abuse
“Provides practical and compassionate guidance on dismantling the childhood defenses of
repression and denial.”—Contemporary
Meridian 224 pp. 978-0-452-01169-4 $15.00
f THE mOTHEr-TO-mOTHEr POSTPAr TUm
dEPrESSIOn SUPPOr T BOOK
real Stories from Women Who Lived
Through It and recovered
Here, in a collection written by mothers, for
mothers, are their stories of battles with PPD,
with intimate details about the symptoms, the
struggles, and the strategies that helped them
emerge victorious. “The insights gained and
expressed by mothers in this book are powerful. Their words provide validation,
reassurance, hope, and emotional support.”—
from the foreword by Jane Honikman, founder,
Postpartum Support International.
Berkley 320 pp. 978-0-425-20808-3 $14.00
Peter D. Kramer
Joni E. Johnston, Psy.D.
COmPLETE IdIOT’S GUIdE
TO COn TrOLLInG AnXIETY
Alpha 336 pp. 978-1-59257-525-1 $16.95
John D. Preston, Psy.D., ASPP
COmPLETE IdIOT’S GUIdE
TO mAnAGInG YOUr mOOdS
Alpha 320 pp. 978-1-59257-556-5 $16.95
THE LUCKIEST GIrL In THE WOrLd
A Young Skater Battles
Her Self-destructive Impulses
“Evokes the magical thinking, the loss of control, and the other psychological particulars
associated with self-mutilation so adeptly that
readers can’t help but be drawn into Katie’s
bizarre, frightening world.”—Booklist.
Penguin 192 pp. 978-0-14-026625-2 $14.00
Annie G. Rogers, Ph.D.
A SHInInG AFFLICTIOn
A Story of Harm and Healing in Therapy
“Soars into sublime meditation...what makes
this book so extraordinary is her willingness to
reveal exactly what goes on in the sometimes
mysterious encounter between therapist and
patient.”—The Los Angeles Times.
Penguin 336 pp. 978-0-14-024012-2 $15.00
f AGAInST dEPrESSIOn
“Kramer shows us the horrific reality of the illness, dispelling myths that pervade popular
culture.”—Jerome Groopman, M.D., Recanti
Professor of Medicine, Harvard University,
and author of The Anatomy of Hope.
Penguin 368 pp. 978-0-14-303696-8 $16.00
f THE dISAPPEArInG GIrL
Learning the Language of Teenage depression
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LISTEnInG TO PrOZAC
A Psychiatrist Explores Anti-depressant
drugs and the remaking of the Self
Penguin 448 pp. 978-0-14-026671-9 $16.00
Richard O’Connor, Ph.D.
f UndOInG PErPETUAL STrESS
The missing Connection Between depression,
Anxiety, and 21st Century Illness
Psychotherapist O’Connor explains how many
common problems—both emotional and physical—are actually side effects of modern life,
and how you can undo their damage.
Berkley 544 pp. 978-0-425-20769-7 $15.95
Julia Ross, M.A.
THE mOOd CUrE
The 4-Step Program to Take Charge
of Your Emotions—Today
Ross presents breakthrough solutions to overcoming depression, anxiety, irritability, and
stress, based on the use of amino acids, nutrient supplements, and a sensible diet. “A
remarkably comprehensive guide to improving and maintaining a more positive and
joyous frame of mind.”—Christiane Northrup,
M.D., author of The Wisdom of Menopause.
Penguin 400 pp. 978-0-14-200364-0 $15.00
mOmEn TS OF EnGAGEmEn T
Intimate Psychotherapy in a Technological Age
Penguin 272 pp. 978-0-14-023790-0 $15.00
SHOULd YOU LEAVE?
A Psychiatrist Explores Intimacy and
Autonomy and the nature of Advice
Penguin 320 pp. 978-0-14-027279-6 $16.00