Things That Freak Us Out
A humorous, illustrated selection of common
and uncommon phobias—from arachnopho-bia, the fear of spiders, to anuptaphobia, the
fear of staying single.
Penguin Australia 96 pp.
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real-Life Questions with Up-to-date Answers
Comprehensively tackles every area of the disorder. “The most understandable, complete, and
up-to-date guide for an otherwise very confusing and frustrating condition.”—Dr. Dean Edell.
Avery 240 pp. 978-1-58333-249-8 $14.95
Kitty Dukakis and Larry Tye
The Healing Power of
Demystifies electroconvulsive therapy and
brings to life—through Dukakis’s personal
account—its capacity to heal.
Avery 256 pp. 978-1-58333-265-8 $24.95
Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
SHOr TCUT THrOUGH THErAPY
Ten Principles of Growth-Oriented,
“Readable, sensible, and totally delightful. This
book can change your life.”—Joan Borysenko.
Plume 192 pp. 978-0-452-27383-2 $14.00
Jonathan Davidson, M.D.
THE AnXIETY BOOK
developing Strength in the Face of Fear
Davidson delivers the definitive guide for self-assessment and treatment of the most common
health concern in America.
Riverhead 320 pp. 978-1-57322-376-8 $16.00
A Finalist for the Books for a Better Life Award
David G. Fassler, M.D.
“HELP mE, I’m SAd”
recognizing, Treating, and Preventing
Childhood and Adolescent depression
“Provides a uniquely clear and perceptive
understanding of children and adolescents
who suffer from depression.”—David B. Pruitt,
M.D., President, American Academy of Child
and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Penguin 224 pp. 978-0-14-026763-1 $14.00
Carla Fine and Michael Myers, M.D.
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Hope and Healing After Loss
“This is a remarkable step-by-step manual for
living through the profound chaos that suicide
leaves in its wake.”—Morton M. Silverman, M.
D., Univ. of Chicago.
Gotham 320 pp. 978-1-59240-228-1 $15.00
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Travels in a neurodiverse World
Antonetta draws on her personal experience
with manic depression, as well as interviews
with people who have other “neuroatypical”
conditions, to construct a portrait of how the
world shapes itself in minds that are profoundly different from the norm.
Tarcher 288 pp. 978-1-58542-382-8 $24.95
Tarcher 288 pp. 978-1-58542-518-1 $14.95
Paperback available September 2007
Winner of a 2006 Ken Award
Emme and Phillip Aronson
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A Couple’s Journey Through depression
“An illuminating window into the reality of
day to day dealing with the illness that is
NAL 320 pp. 978-0-451-21962-6 $14.00
Viktor E. Frankl, Ph.D., M.D.
THE WILL TO mEAnInG
Foundations and Applications of Logotherapy
“Perhaps the most significant thinker since
Freud and Adler,” said The American Journal of
Psychiatry about Europe’s leading existential
psychologist, the founder of logotherapy.
Meridian 204 pp. 978-0-452-01034-5 $15.00
Lee Baer, Ph.D.
THE ImP OF THE mInd
Exploring the Silent Epidemic
of Obsessive Bad Thoughts
“The most useful of the recent books on OCD
and highly recommended.”—Library Journal.
Plume 240 pp. 978-0-452-28307-7 $14.00
Mark Davis, Ph.D.
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Find out How Emotionally
Intelligent You really Are
Drawing upon over two decades of experience
as a research psychologist, Davis helps readers
determine their strengths and weaknesses—
and offers suggestions and practical, concrete
steps to improving EQ.
NAL 192 pp. 978-0-451-21530-7 $10.00
Elio Frattaroli, M.D.
HEALInG THE SOUL
In THE AGE OF THE BrAIn
Why medication Isn’t Enough
“Superb...a much-needed wake-up call.
Frattaroli reminds us that there is a person
behind the symptoms—a human spirit yearning to be known and understood.”—Glen O.
Gabbard, M. D., Professor of Psychiatry, Baylor
College of Medicine. “Unique in the beauty of
its writing and in its cogent integration of a
theory of treatment with models for the good
life and for consciousness...A must-read for clinicians.”—Journal of the American Psychoanalytic
Penguin 464 pp. 978-0-14-025489-1 $16.00
GETTInG COn TrOL
Overcoming Your Obsessions and Compulsions
Plume 272 pp. 978-0-452-28177-6 $15.95
Aaron T. Beck, M.D.
COGnITIVE THErAPY And
THE EmOTIOnAL dISOrdErS
Beck, one of the founders of cognitive therapy,
provides a comprehensive guide to its theory
and practice. Bibliography, Index.
Plume 368 pp. 978-0-452-00928-8 $17.00
A memoir of an Obsession with Perfection
A response to a culture obsessed with extreme
makeovers and risky procedures that promise
flawlessness. “Beautiful Stranger is a dark,
scary, and important story of how broad social
trends shape the suffering of individuals.”
—Virginia L. Blum author of Flesh Wounds.
Gotham 304 pp. 978-1-592-40152-9 $14.00
A diary of my Former Self
“Poignant...Gottlieb is dead-on about society’s
irrational attitudes towards women’s bodies.”
—Washington Post Book World. The author’s
story “stands out as a fresh, edgy take—not
just on anorexia but on that perilous time in a
girl’s life when she’s not longer a child but not
quite an adult” (Entertainment Weekly).
Berkley 240 pp. 978-0-425-17890-4 $14.00
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and availability, call 212.366.2271 or email
Sabina Dosani, M.D.
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( 52 BrILLIAn T IdEAS)
Tips and Techniques for Beating the Blues
Offers insight into depression with practical,
proven techniques to help readers or their
loved ones fight feelings of sadness and
despair. B/w photos throughout.
Perigee 256 pp. 978-0-399-53373-0 $15.95
Available November 2007
Paul Glovinsky, Ph.D. and Art Spielman, Ph.D.
THE InSOmnIA AnSWEr
A Personalized Program for Identifying and
Overcoming the Three Types of Insomnia
Based on cutting-edge knowledge of circadian
rhythms, this is the first sleep program that
helps readers self-diagnose and treat their particular type of insomnia.
Perigee 272 pp. 978-0-399-53297-9 $14.95
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