The Mindful Way Through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness (2007)

MARK G. WILLIAMS JOHN D. TEASDALE If you’ve ever struggled with depression, take heart. Mindfulness, a simple yet powerful way of paying attention to your most difficult emotions and life experiences, can help you break the cycle of chronic unhappiness once and for all. In The Mindful Way through Depression, four uniquely qualified experts explain why our usual attempts to … Read More

The Language of Your Emotions: What Your Feelings are Trying to Tell You (2010)

KATIE MCLAREN Your emotions contain brilliant information. When you learn to welcome them as your allies, they can reveal creative solutions to any situation. For 35 years, empathic counselor and researcher Karla McLaren has developed a set of practical tools for the real-world stresses of family, career, and the quest for personal fulfillment. In The Language of Emotions, she presents … Read More

Mind Over Mood, Second Edition: Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Think (2015)

DENNIS GREENBERGER, PH.D. CHRISTINE A. PADESKY, PH.D. AARON T. BECK, MD (FOREWORD) Discover simple yet powerful steps you can take to overcome emotional distress–and feel happier, calmer, and more confident. This life-changing book has already helped more than 1,000,000 readers use cognitive-behavioral therapy–one of today’s most effective forms of psychotherapy–to conquer depression, anxiety, panic attacks, anger, guilt, shame, low self-esteem, … Read More

Feel Good: The New Mood Therapy (2008)

DAVID D. BURNS, MD The good news is that anxiety, guilt, pessimism, procrastination, low self-esteem, and other “black holes” of depression can be cured without drugs. In Feeling Good, eminent psychiatrist, David D. Burns, M.D., outlines the remarkable, scientifically proven techniques that will immediately lift your spirits and help you develop a positive outlook on life. Now, in this updated … Read More

Bipolar Disorder: A Cognitive Therapy Approach

CORY F. NEWMAN, PH.D. ROBERT L. LEAHY, PH.D. AARON T. BECK, MD NORREN A. REILLY-HARRINGTON, PH.D. LASZLO GYULAI, MD Bipolar Disorder: A Cognitive Therapy Approach is a rich source-book of practical and sensitive guidance on bipolar disorder—a devastating illness that until now has been treated primarily through somatic means. In this book, practitioners will discover the “art and heart” of … Read More

After the Affair, Updated Second Edition: Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner Has Been Unfaithful (2012)

JANIS ABRAHAMS SPRING, PH.D. A staggering number of couples in America—about 70 percent—have been affected by extramarital affairs. After the Affair is the only book to offer proven strategies for surviving the crisis and rebuilding the relationship. Written by Janis Abrahms Spring, Ph.D., a nationally known therapist and acknowledged expert on infidelity, this revised and updated version brings the groundbreaking … Read More

Messages: The Communication Skills Book (2009)

MATTHEW MCKAY, PH.D. MARTHA DAVIS, PH.D PATRICK FANNING Many people assume that good communicators possess an intrinsic talent for speaking and listening to others, a gift that can’t be learned or improved. The reality is that communication skills are developed with deliberate effort and practice, and learning to understand others and communicate your ideas more clearly will improve every facet … Read More

Couple Skills: Making Your Relationship Work (2006)

MATTHEW MCKAY, PH.D. PATRICK FANNING KIM PALEG, PH.D. Love takes work, but, when it comes to relationships, it pays to work smarter. Couple Skills , Second Edition, revised and updated from the therapist-recommended classic, will show you how to work smarter in your relationship. You’ll learn to improve communication, cope better with problems, and resolve conflicts with the one you … Read More

Dying Of Embarrassment (1992)

BARBARA G. MARKWAY Americans struggle with anxiety. Among the disorder’s most common forms is social phobia, a persistent fear of scrutiny and evaluation by others. Social phobia cripples the lives of some 15 to 20 percent of the US population. This distressing social anxiety includes the fear of public speaking (stage fright), performing in social and creative situations (test anxiety, … Read More