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Dear Friends, Yes, the new year is upon us. And like me, you’ve probably been reflecting on the ups and downs of 2011 and looking forward to making a fresh start. While we can’t always control what happens in our lives, we can do our best to take care of our mental and physical health. One of our new books, The Mind’s Own Physician, explores the latest research on the link between meditation and health and offers a solid case for adding regular meditation practice to your to-do list for 2012. Featuring the Dalai Lama in conversation with leading meditation researchers, this fascinating book shows the effects of meditation on human wisdom, mental health, and even medical problems. If you’re curious about meditation, or are already meditating, I highly recommend this extraordinary book. Stress and anxiety are the most common culprits that keep us from achieving our goals, but there’s nothing like a personal crisis to throw your life into a full-on tailspin. If your stress has been compounded by losing your job or suffering a loss of another kind, you will appreciate The Reality Slap, a compassionate guide to finding the path to contentment when your plans go awry in a big way. No matter the crisis, the four steps in this book will help you rebuild your life and make a new start in the new year. Looking forward to Valentines’ Day, you may want to keep our new book Wired for Love on your radar. It explores how love works chemically in the brain, and how brain chemicals can increase or reduce our attraction to others. Then it helps you apply step-by-step tips for feeling more fulfilled in your relationship, smoothing over arguments, and getting along better with your partner. Please enjoy a happy, healthy, and bright 2012. Thank you for supporting New Harbinger in our mission to create books for better mental and physical health. All the best, Matthew McKay, PhD Publisher Are you ready to make big changes A treasure chest of over fifty with Just One practices to deepen your sense of Thing? well-being & unconditional happiness.

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Wired for Love How Understanding Your Partner’s Brain & Attachment Style Can Help You Defuse Conflict & Build a Secure Relationship Every person is wired for love differently, with unique habits, needs, and reactions to conflict. While there’s no doubt that love is an inexact science, if you can discover how you and your partner are wired differently, you can overcome your differences to create a lasting intimate connection. Wired for Love is a complete insider’s guide to understanding your partner’s brain and enjoying a romantic relationship built on love and trust. Synthesizing research findings on how and why love lasts drawn from neuroscience, attachment theory, and emotion regulation, this book presents ten guiding principles Read more about this book at that can improve any relationship. http://nhpubs.com/wiredlove

“This book… shows readers how to stay out of dead-end conflicts and instead light up the neural circuits of empathy, skillful communication, and love.” —Rick Hanson, PhD, author of Buddha’s Brain

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Stan Tatkin, PsyD • Foreword by Harville Hendrix, PhD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608820580 • $16.95 • item code: 20580

OCD A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed If you have been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), you’ve probably already noticed that the symptoms sometimes keep you from enjoying life. In clear, straightforward language, this compact guide lays out the first steps to take toward recovering from OCD. You’ll learn about effective treatments that can help you and find out how to put together a team of OCD experts and loved ones who can support and maintain your recovery. With healthy lifestyle habits, a supportive team, and the information in this guide, you can overcome OCD and regain a full and meaningful life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Michael A. Tompkins, PhD Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/newlyocd Foreword by Jeff Bell 5 x 7 • 160 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608820177 • $15.95 • item code: 20177

Guides for the Newly Diagnosed— this series of easy-to-use books helps readers answer questions that arise after receiving a mental health disorder diagnosis.

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Find your way & thrive in times of crisis

The Reality Slap Finding Peace & Fulfillment When Life Hurts

The “reality slap” takes many different forms. Sometimes, it’s more like a punch: the death of a loved one, a serious illness, a divorce, the loss of a job, a freak accident, or a shocking betrayal. Sometimes it’s a little gentler. Envy, loneliness, resentment, failure, disappointment, and rejection can sting just as much. But whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality Slap offers a four-part path for healing from crisis based on acceptance and commitment therapy. In these pages, you will learn how to: • Find peace in the midst of your pain • Rediscover calm in the midst of chaos • Turn difficult emotions into wisdom and compassion • Find fulfilment, even when you can’t get what you want • Heal your wounds and emerge stronger than before Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/slap

“Gripping, compassionate—a must-read for anybody going through a difficult life transition, such as divorce, illness, career change, or the death of a loved one. This is a rare work, one that is at once deeply personal and universally applicable.” —Joseph Ciarrochi, PhD, associate professor at the University of Wollongong and author of Emotional Intelligence in Everyday Life

From The Reality Slap… When reality slaps us around, it invites us to grow. And while it’s not an invitation that we wanted, if we turn it down our life is sure to get worse. So why don’t we accept it and make the most of it? Let’s use it to develop defusion, connection, and expansion: to get in touch with our values and act with purpose. Let’s use it as a rehearsal for the four steps: hold yourself kindly, drop the anchor, take a stand, and find the treasure.

“Deeply moving and easy to understand, The Reality Slap… takes us to the heart of being human to really help us change from the inside.” —Paul Gilbert, PhD, author of The Compassionate Mind

“Sooner or later, reality is going to slap you. Loss, disease, betrayal, or other misfortunes will arrive unexpectedly and shake your very foundation. At that moment, this wise book is one to keep within reach.” —Steven C. Hayes, PhD, Foundation Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno, and author of Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life

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Russ Harris 6 x 8 • 224 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608822805 • $16.95 • item code: 22805

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Calming the Emotional Storm

Regain balance in your life

Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Manage Your Emotions & Balance Your Life

When you have difficulties managing your emotions, it can feel like you’re losing control of your whole life. Anger, hurt, grief, worry, and other intense feelings can be overwhelming, and how you react to these emotions can impact your ability to maintain relationships, succeed at work, or even think straight! If you find it difficult to understand, express, and process intense emotions—and most of us do—this book is for you. This book is your guide to coping with difficult emotions calmly and responsibly by using powerful skills from dialectical behavior therapy. By practicing these skills, you can stop needless Read more about this book at emotional suffering and develop the inner resilience http://nhpubs.com/emotionalstorm that will help you weather any emotional storm. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Sheri Van Dijk, MSW 6 x 8 • 200 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608820870 • $16.95 • item code: 20870

The Wisdom to Know the Difference An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Workbook for Overcoming Substance Abuse Maybe you’ve just started on the road to recovering from addiction. Or you’ve tried to stop abusing alcohol or drugs before, but haven’t been successful. Perhaps you’re making progress in a support group or 12-step program, but want to add an approach grounded in science. No matter how far you’ve come, how far you still have left to go, or which path you’ve chosen, this book can help you end your struggle with addiction. This is an addiction recovery workbook based in acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT. Research shows that ACT is a powerful treatment for alcoholism, drug addiction, depression, and other issues, and it can be used alone or in combination with any 12-step program. On this particular path, you’ll learn to accept what you can’t change about yourself and your past and commit to changing the things you can. You’ll overcome your addiction by focusing on what you value most, like your talents, friends, career, relationships, and family. There’s no need to wait any longer. This book will help you find the serenity, courage, and wisdom it takes to leave substance abuse behind for good. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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Kelly G. Wilson, PhD, & Troy DuFrene 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781572249288 • $21.95 • item code: 9288 4

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A Scientific Dialogue with the Dalai Lama on the Healing Power of Meditation By inviting the Dalai Lama and leading researchers in medicine, psychology, and neuroscience to join in conversation, the Mind & Life Institute set the stage for a fascinating exploration of the healing potential of the human mind. The Mind’s Own Physician presents in its entirety the thirteenth Mind and Life dialogue, a discussion addressing a range of vital questions concerning the science and clinical applications of meditation: How do meditative practices influence pain and human suffering? What role does the brain play in emotional well-being and health? To what extent can our minds actually influence physical disease? Are there important synergies here for transforming health care, and for understanding our own evolutionary limitations as a species?

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The Mind’s Own Physician

Edited by world-renowned researchers Jon Kabat-Zinn and Richard J. Davidson, this book presents this remarkably dynamic interchange along with intriguing research findings that shed light on the nature of the mind, its capacity to refine itself through From The Mind’s training, and its role in physical and emotional health. Own Physician… Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/physician

“Transformative… [this] conversation provides valuable insight into how meditative practices can balance the mind with effects on the body.” —Michael R. Irwin, MD, University of California, Los Angeles

“A precious portal into seminal conversations that gave birth to the nascent field of contemplative neuroscience. The issues digested, debated, and ignited [here] will serve as a roadmap and inspiration… in the coming decades.” —Amishi P. Jha, PhD, University of Miami

“The experts lay out how the mind’s powerful healing effects can be harnessed in ways that are becoming increasingly illuminated by scientific discoveries.” —Stuart J. Eisendrath, MD, University of California, San Francisco

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Edited by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD, & Richard J. Davidson, PhD, with Zara Houshmand 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781572249684 • $24.95 • item code: 9684

Copublished with Mind & Life Institute

The Latin Homo sapiens sapiens means, literally, the species that knows and knows that it knows. The species name itself captures our core capacity for awareness and metaawareness. Perhaps it is time for us to live our way into this potential of ours as a species before it is too late. And since meditation has everything to do with awareness and attention and their refinement through practice, this itself is a major nexus of serendipitous convergence from which humanity may ultimately benefit by drawing upon all of its various wisdom traditions and methodologies, including those of both science and the contemplative traditions at their best.

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The Whole-Food Guide for Breast Cancer Survivors

Includes meal plans & recipes

A Nutritional Approach to Preventing Recurrence If you’re a breast cancer survivor, chances are, you have renewed your commitment to maintaining your good health and taking care of your body. As one of the best preventative measures known to doctors and nutritionists today, a robust, cancer-fighting diet is vital to your personal plan for breast cancer prevention. This book is an essential guide for every woman seeking to understand the effect of nutritional deficiencies and environmental factors on her overall health and wellness. Based on Edward Bauman’s groundbreaking Eating for Health model, this highly comprehensive, practical Read more about this book at approach can help you reduce the chance of breast http://nhpubs.com/breastcancerguide cancer recurrence, rebuild your immune system, and enjoy a stronger, healthier body. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Edward Bauman, MEd, PhD, & Helayne Waldman, MS, EdD Foreword by Donald I. Abrams, MD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781572249585 • $18.95 • item code: 9585

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The Self & Perspective Taking Contributions & Applications from Modern Behavioral Science Helping clients cope with problems of self is an important goal of modern psychotherapy. However, without ways of understanding or measuring the self and self-relevant behavior, it’s difficult for psychologists and researchers to determine if intervention has been effective.

From a modern contextual behavioral point of view, the self develops in tandem with the ability to take perspective on one’s own and other people’s behavior. This collection of articles by Steven Hayes, Kelly Wilson, Louise McHugh, Ian Stewart, and other leading researchers begins with a complete history of psychological approaches to understanding the self before presenting contemporary accounts that examine the self and perspective taking from behavioral, developmental, and cognitive perspectives. The articles in this volume also explore the role of the self as it Read more about this book at relates to acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive http://nhpubs.com/perspective behavioral therapy, and mindfulness processes. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Edited by Louise McHugh, PhD, & Ian Stewart, PhD Foreword by Mark Williams, PhD 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781572249950 • $69.95 • item code: 9950 Context Press

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Understanding & Connecting with Your Partner If you’re in a relationship with someone who has Asperger’s syndrome, it’s likely that your partner sometimes seems cold and insensitive. Other times, he or she may have emotional outbursts for no apparent reason. And in those moments when you can’t understand each other at all, you both feel fed up, frustrated, and confused.

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Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome

The behavior of people with Asperger’s can be hard to understand and easy to misinterpret, which is why it’s so important to learn more about your partner’s condition. The tools presented in this book will help you build intimacy and improve the way you and your partner communicate. Filled with assessments and Read more about this book at exercises for both you and your partner, this book will http://nhpubs.com/lovingaspergers help you forge a deeper, more fulfilling relationship. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Cindy N. Ariel, PhD • Foreword by Stephen Shore, EdD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608820771 • $18.95 • item code: 20771

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new Bipolar Disorder, edition Second Edition

Understanding & Helping Your Partner Maintaining a relationship is hard enough without the added challenges of your partner’s bipolar disorder symptoms. Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder offers information and step-by-step advice for helping your partner manage mood swings and impulsive actions, allowing you to finally focus on enjoying your relationship while also taking time for yourself. This book explains the symptoms of your partner’s disorder and offers strategies for preventing them and responding to these symptoms when they do occur. This updated edition includes a new section about the medications your partner may be taking so that you can understand the side effects and help monitor his or her bipolar treatment. As a supportive partner, you deserve support yourself. Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/lovingbipolar

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“A discussion of compassionate, non-blaming communication combined with effective couples-based solutions…. Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder really is a must-read for anyone who does.” —Russ Federman, PhD, ABPP, author of Facing Bipolar

Julie A. Fast & John D. Preston, PsyD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2012 • ISBN 9781608822195 • $16.95 • item code: 22195

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anxiety & phobia

Things Might Go Terribly, Horribly Wrong A Guide to Life Liberated from Anxiety This book approaches the problem of anxiety a little differently than most. Instead of trying to help you overcome or reduce feelings of anxiety, Things Might Go Terribly, Horribly Wrong will help you climb inside these feelings, sit in that place, and see what it would be like to have anxiety and still make room in your life to breathe and rest and live—really and truly live—in a way that matters to you. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KELLY G. WILSON, PHD, & TROY DUFRENE 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247116 • $16.95 • item code: 7116

The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook, Fifth Edition This new edition has been thoroughly updated with the latest anxiety research and medications, and also includes new therapeutic techniques that have been proven effective for the treatment of anxiety and anxiety-related conditions. Each worksheet in this book will help you learn the skills you need to manage your anxiety and start living more freely Read more about this book at than you ever thought possible. http://nhpubs.com//anxiety-phobia

over 1 million copies in print

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EDMUND J. BOURNE, PHD 8 x 10 • 496 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248915 • $24.95 • item code: 8915

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Anxiety Breaking Free from Worry, Panic, PTSD & Other Anxiety Symptoms This book presents a dialectical behavior therapy-based program for overcoming anxiety that will help you discover and apply the core DBT skills, practice developing assertiveness, and learn to deal with conflict and anxiety-provoking situations. The book also includes strategies drawn from cognitive behavioral therapy, the traditional therapeutic treatment for anxiety, and shows how the two approaches can be used together to defeat anxious thoughts and impulses and put an end to anxiety-related flashbacks, nightmares, stress, panic attacks, and avoidance. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Alexander L. Chapman, PhD, Kim L. Gratz, PhD, & Matthew T. Tull, PhD • Foreword by Terence M. Keane, PhD 8 x 10 • 192 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249547 • $24.95 • item code: 9547

Coping with Anxiety 10 Simple Ways to Relieve Anxiety, Fear & Worry A no-nonsense synopsis of the most effective treatments available, this book contains everything you need to know to move beyond anxiety. Learn ten simple solutions for the physical, mental, and emotional symptoms of this problem. Find out how to achieve relaxation, realistic thinking, and a reasonable response to your fears by employing inthe-moment techniques. All the theoretical information in this book is jargon-free and limited to just what you need to know to start your recovery. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EDMUND BOURNE, PHD, & LORNA GARANO 5.25 x 7.5 • 176 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243200 • $14.95 • item code: 3201

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10 Simple Solutions to Panic How to Overcome Panic Attacks, Calm Physical Symptoms & Reclaim Your Life

This book provides you with the ten most powerful techniques for countering panic attacks. Learn to understand the nature of your fear and how to set realistic goals for change. By monitoring episodes of panic, discover how to replace anxious thoughts with calm, realistic thinking. By facing the places and feelings that lead you to panic, move beyond avoidance.

MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD, & RANDI E. MCCABE, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 152 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243255 • $15.95 • item code: 3252

10 Simple Solutions to Shyness How to Overcome Shyness, Social Anxiety & Fear of Public Speaking The book examines shyness by its symptoms: physical discomfort, anxious thoughts, and bothersome behaviors. Solutions follow, directly addressing all three. You can carry the book in a briefcase or purse for last-minute support and extra confidence. Once you learn the ten simple solutions, they will become your constant companions, providing courage, poise, and composure when you need them most. MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 152 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243484 • $15.95 • item code: 3481

10 Simple Solutions to Worry How to Calm Your Mind, Relax Your Body & Reclaim Your Life Drawing on powerful psychotherapeutic techniques, this book is a succinct resource of cognitive-behavioral techniques for controlling worry and reducing stress. Exercises include self-assessments, motivation builders, relaxation training, and cognitive restructuring. After identifying and changing the negative thoughts that result in worry, you will learn to replace worry behaviors with other activities. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KEVIN L. GYOERKOE, PSYD, & PAMELA S. WIEGARTZ, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 160 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244658 • $15.95 • item code: 4658

The Agoraphobia Workbook A Comprehensive Program to End Your Fear of Symptom Attacks This book provides agoraphobia sufferers with a comprehensive explanation of symptoms and a list of resources for treatment. Follow step-by-step exercises to confront and overcome persistent fears. Regain the control and quality of life that agoraphobia takes away. C. ALEC POLLARD, PHD, & ELKE ZUERCHER-WHITE, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 192 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243231 • $19.95 • item code: 3236

The Worrier’s Guide to Overcoming Procrastination Breaking Free from the Anxiety That Holds You Back For many of us, that something is anxiety—fear of failure, firmly entrenched perfectionism, or even fear of success. With The Worrier’s Guide to Overcoming Procrastination, you’ll develop the skills you need to understand and conquer the anxiety that lies at the root of your chronic avoidance. These proven skills for overcoming procrastination will help you to work productively, enjoy guilt-free leisure time, and free yourself from Read more about this book at the anxiety that holds you back. http://nhpubs.com/worrier Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAMELA S. WIEGARTZ, PHD, & KEVIN L. GYOERKOE, PSYD 8 x 10 • 176 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248717 • $19.95 • item code: 8717

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The Dutiful Worrier How to Stop Compulsive Worry without Feeling Guilty Do you feel you have a moral duty to worry? If your answer to this question is “yes,” you may be suffering from a type of compulsive behavior called dutiful worrying. Complete with self-evaluations and exercises, this book offers guidance for keeping things in perspective and accepting that you are not responsible for preventing catastrophe. Without the burden of dutiful worrying, you Read more about this book at will be able to enjoy life more freely and fully. http://nhpubs.com/dutiful-worrier Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Elliot D. Cohen, PhD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248977 • $16.95 • item code: 8977

Anxious 9 to 5 How to Beat Worry, Stop Second-Guessing Yourself & Work with Confidence Learn how anxiety develops in the workplace and, more importantly, how to stop it before it gets the best of you. After that, you’re in control: customize the book’s powerful exercises and self-evaluations to target your own personal workplace anxieties. In no time, you’ll move past your obstacles and begin building confidence, focus, and a successful and fulfilling career—one day at a time. LARINA KASE, PSYD, MBA • FOREWORD BY JOE VITALE 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244641 • $20.95 • item code: 464X

Beyond Anxiety & Phobia A Step-by-Step Guide to Lifetime Recovery This guide goes beyond symptom management, providing strategies for long-term recovery. Explore alternative therapies. Address the impact of perfectionism and other personality issues on your life. Get suggestions to help you enlarge your view of life and embrace the highest vision of your recovery. Explore new ways of managing anxiety in your daily life. EDMUND J. BOURNE, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 264 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242296 • $24.95 • item code: 2299

Calming Your Anxious Mind, Second Edition How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Free You from Anxiety, Fear & Panic Drawing on techniques and perspectives from two seemingly different traditions, this second edition of a self-help classic offers you a powerful and profound approach to overcoming anxiety, fear, and panic. Discover your own potential for presence and stillness, kindness and compassion—and the tremendous power these states give you to heal and transform your life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Jeffrey Brantley, MD • Foreword by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD 6 x 9 • 248 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244870 • $16.95 • item code: 4870

Daily Meditations for Calming Your Anxious Mind Trying to control your anxious thoughts can backfire, making them more prevalent, not less. The best way to calm these common feelings is by attuning yourself to your thoughts in a nonjudgmental, attentive manner, acknowledging your anxieties but choosing to act rather than react. From the author of Calming Your Anxious Mind comes this collection of more than sixty-four daily mindfulness-based meditations to help you engage with the present moment, manage stress and anxiety, and rediscover the joy in living. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JEFFREY BRANTLEY, MD, & WENDY MILLSTINE, NC 5 x 7 • 232 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245402 • $15.95 • item code: 5402

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The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anxiety A Step-by-Step Program This book offers a powerful, step-by-step program for breaking the cycle of anxiety and getting back to a rich and productive life. You’ll learn how to recognize and dispute the irrational thoughts that can lead to feelings of anxiety in order to return from the dizzy, heady realm of anxiety to a grounded and purposeful existence. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

WILLIAM J. KNAUS, EdD FOREWORD BY JON CARLSON, PsyD, EdD, ABPP 8 x 10 • 264 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245723 • $21.95 • item code: 5723

Dying of Embarrassment Help for Social Anxiety & Phobia The simplest acts of human interaction terrify persons suffering from social phobia. This book helps you assess your fears, develop new social skills, and change self-defeating patterns. Break out of the confines of shyness and embarrassment and start living your life again.  ARBARA G. MARKWAY, PHD, CHERYL N. CARMIN, PHD, B C. ALEC POLLARD, PHD, & TERESA FLYNN, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 1992 • ISBN 9781879237230 • $16.95 • item code: 7237

Flying without Fear, Second Edition Effective Strategies to Get You Where You Need to Go It starts with an innocent, altogether reasonable worry: What if the plane has a mechanical defect? What if I have a panic attack? And before you know it, the risks of flying seem so great, you can’t even think about getting on a plane. Based in cognitive behavioral therapy, (CBT) this essential guide will prepare you for every sight, sound, and sensation you will experience in the airport and airplane. This fully revised and updated edition also includes new information about terrorism concerns and airport security measures adopted after 9/11. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DUANE BROWN, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572247048 • $16.95 • item code: 7048

Little Ways to Keep Calm & Carry On Twenty Lessons for Managing Worry, Anxiety & Fear The next time you are stressed by pressures at work, overwhelmed by life’s challenges, or panicked by problems that seem unsolvable, reach for this book. In Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On, you’ll find twenty short yet powerful lessons and anxiety-reducing techniques that will help you move past stressful moments with grace. Each lesson is so simple to learn and practice, you’ll find that this Read more about this book at pocket guide is all you really need whenever you http://nhpubs.com/little-ways need a little help keeping calm. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARK A. REINECKE, PHD 5 x 7 • 136 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248816 • $14.95 • item code: 8816

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The Mindful Path through Shyness How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Help Free You from Social Anxiety, Fear & Avoidance Research shows that chronic shyness has core components of self-blame, private selfconsciousness, shame, and resentment. This book helps readers who struggle with shyness and social anxiety begin to notice the patterns that cause them to feel isolated and take steps toward change. Features activities, skills, and exercises drawn from mindfulnessbased stress reduction (MBSR) that can help you overcome fears and judgments. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

STEVE FLOWERS, MFT • foreword by jeffrey brantley, md 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246508 • $17.95 • item code: 6508

The Mindful Path through Worry & Rumination Letting Go of Anxious & Depressive Thoughts Do you find yourself ruminating about things you can’t control? Worrying about those yet-to-complete goals and projects? What about just feeling like you’re not the person you want to be? This book offers powerful mindfulness strategies derived from Buddhist spiritual practices and proven psychological techniques to help you stop overthinking what you can’t control—the future and the past—and learn how to find contentment in the present moment. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SAMEET M. KUMAR, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246874 • $16.95 • item code: 6874

The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety A Guide to Breaking Free from Anxiety, Phobias & Worry Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy This book has one purpose: to help you live better, more fully, more richly. Find out how your mind can trap you, keeping you stuck and struggling in anxiety and fear. Learn to nurture your capacity for acceptance, mindfulness, kindness, and compassion. Use these qualities to shift your focus away from anxiety and onto what you really want your life to be about. As you do, your life will get bigger as your anxious suffering gets smaller. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

John P. Forsyth, PhD, & Georg H. Eifert, PhD 8 x 10 • 288 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572244993 • $24.95 • item code: 4993

A LSO SEE The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Depression Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression & Create a Life Worth Living see page 30

Natural Relief for Anxiety Complementary Strategies for Easing Fear, Panic & Worry Twenty-five million Americans suffer from a diagnosable anxiety disorder, and our cultural climate seems to breed more apprehension and fear with each passing day. Successful treatments that rely on drugs have an extremely high incidence of relapse, and the side effects of most prescription anti-anxiety drugs are as debilitating as the disorder itself. From the bestselling author of The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook and a naturopathic physician, this book helps you develop a treatment strategy for anxiety that is totally drug-free. EDMUND J. BOURNE, PHD, ARLEN BROWNSTEIN, ND, & LORNA GARANO 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243729 • $18.95 • item code: 3724

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Overcoming Animal & Insect Phobias How to Conquer Fear of Dogs, Snakes, Rodents, Bees, Spiders & More If you struggle with an animal phobia, this book is for you. First you’ll learn about your phobia, where it comes from, what factors influence it, and how best to prepare for treatment. Then you’ll learn to confront and overcome your fear. These techniques are effective and fast. MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD, & RANDI E. MCCABE, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 160 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243880 • $12.95 • item code: 3880

Overcoming the Fear of Fear How to Reduce Anxiety Sensitivity Anxiety isn’t all in your head. When you feel nervous, symptoms such as chills, sweating, heart palpitations, and shaking can affect your whole body. Overcoming the Fear of Fear provides you with all the tools you need to stop fearing your anxiety symptoms for good. MARGO C. WATT, PHD, & SHERRY H. STEWART, PHD FOREWORD BY STEVEN TAYLOR, PHD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245587 • $16.95 • item code: 5587

Overcoming Fear of Heights How to Conquer Acrophobia & Live a Life Without Limits Specific phobias are among the easiest psychological problems to treat, with fear of heights being very treatable. With a safe and effective exposure-based cognitivebehavioral program to work with, most sufferers will experience relief from their fear after only a few sessions. This book distills the most effective treatments for acrophobia into an easy-to-follow, effective program for overcoming fears for good. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Martin M. Antony, PhD, & Karen Rowa, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 160 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244566 • $14.95 • item code: 4566

Present Perfect A Mindfulness Approach to Letting Go of Perfectionism & the Need for Control While there’s no doubt that setting high standards for yourself is a good thing, you’ve probably already noticed that perfectionism can come at a high price. And when you take steps to try to change, it’s easy to be too hard on yourself and fall into the same traps that keep you feeling stressed and disappointed. This book presents a revolutionary approach to overcoming perfectionism—a way to transform your need for precision into self-acceptance, compassion, and love for each perfectly imperfect passing moment in our lives. Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

PAVEL SOMOV, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247567 • $16.95 • item code: 7567

When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough, Second Edition Strategies for Coping with Perfectionism In this fully revised and updated edition of When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough, you’ll discover the root cause of your perfectionism, explore the impact of perfectionism on your life, and find new, proven-effective coping skills to help you overcome your anxiety about making mistakes. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD, & RICHARD P. SWINSON, MD 6 x 9 • 312 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245594 • $18.95 • item code: 5594

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The Shyness & Social Anxiety Workbook, Second Edition Proven, Step-by-Step Techniques for Overcoming Your Fear There’s nothing wrong with being shy. But if social anxiety keeps you from forming relationships with others, advancing in your education or your career, or carrying on with everyday activities, you may need to confront your fears to live an enjoyable, satisfying life. This revised edition of The Shyness and Social Anxiety Workbook offers a comprehensive program to help you do just that. First, you’ll explore and examine your fears. Then, based on your self-evaluation, you’ll create a personalized plan for change designed to target your weaknesses and make the most of your strengths. In the final chapters of this book, you’ll start putting your plan into action through gentle and gradual exposure to social situations. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD, & RICHARD P. SWINSON, MD 8 x 10 • 272 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245532 • $21.95 • item code: 5532

Transforming Anxiety The HeartMath® Solution for Overcoming Fear & Worry & Creating Serenity Scientists at the Institute of HeartMath® have adapted their revolutionary techniques into a fast and simple program that you can use to break free from anxiety once and for all. At the core of the HeartMath® method is the idea that our thoughts and emotions affect our heart rhythms. You’ll learn to engage your heart to bring your emotions, body, and mind into balance. Relief from anxiety, optimal health, and high performance will follow. (HeartMath is a registered trademark of the Institute of HeartMath.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DOC CHILDRE & DEBORAH ROZMAN, PHD • FOREWORD BY JEFFREY STEVENS, MD 5.25 x 7.5 • 184 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244443 • $15.95 • item code: 4445

Shy Bladder Syndrome Your Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Paruresis Paruresis is a condition that prevents people from urinating in public facilities— and sometimes in their own homes when others are in nearby rooms. In this guide, supportive strategies and easy-to-follow exercises help you desensitize yourself to your fears and practice feeling comfortable. STEVEN SOIFER, MSW, PHD, GEORGE D. ZGOURIDES, PSYD, JOSEPH HIMLE, MSW, PHD, & NANCY L. PICKERING 6 x 9 • 160 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242272 • $17.95 • item code: 2272

Women Who Worry Too Much How to Stop Worry & Anxiety from Ruining Relationships, Work & Fun Following an introduction that explores the reasons women worry more than men, this book addresses the fundamentals of worry: what it is, how it differs from anxiety, and how it can develop into a chronic state of mind. The book offers strategies for overcoming worry that include monitoring worry triggers, breaking worry-provoking habits, and avoiding avoidance—a major aggravating factor for all anxiety disorders. HOLLY HAZLETT-STEVENS, PHD INTRODUCTION BY MICHELLE G. CRASKE, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244122 • $16.95 • item code: 4127

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The User’s Guide to the Human Mind Why Our Brains Make Us Unhappy, Anxious & Neurotic & What We Can Do about It Written by therapist and blogger Shawn Smith, this lighthearted yet useful guide offers solutions for overcoming the most common unpleasant emotional responses, such as worry, anxiety, pessimism, jealousy, and self-criticism. You’ll learn to use cognitive strategies to override unhelpful yet natural emotional responses and create better interpersonal relationships, greater confidence, and peace of mind. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Shawn T. Smith, PsyD 6 x 8 • 216 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820528 • $16.95 • item code: 20528

The Worry Trap How to Free Yourself from Worry & Anxiety Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy This book is the first for general readers to adapt ACT principles for chronic worry and generalized anxiety disorder. It offers a step-by-step approach to learning and practicing ACT, from the first steps of acceptance to a lifetime of rich, values-guided living. The book’s wry, witty, and engaging style—a virtual trademark of ACT—makes it an easy and even enjoyable approach for you to explore. Chad LeJeune, PhD • Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD

6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244801 • $16.95 • item code: 4801

30-Minute Therapy These quick-therapy guides help you develop key skills for managing mental health conditions and issues in under one hour. The easy-to-use, three-part format allows you to choose which and how much information you need.

30-Minute Therapy for Anxiety Everything You Need to Know in the Least Amount of Time What if you could dramatically improve your anxiety symptoms in just thirty minutes? In 30-Minute Therapy for Anxiety, you’ll discover proven anxiety-busting strategies and put them into practice right away so that you can feel calm and in control, even in the most stressful situations. This set of skills will help you manage worries, panic attacks, fears, and phobias whenever they show up so you can enjoy a fuller and freer life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Matthew McKay, PhD, & Troy DuFrene 5 x 7 • 136 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249813 • $15.95 • item code: 9813

A LSO SEE 30-Minute Therapy for Anger Everything You Need to Know in the Least Amount of Time

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Mind-Body Workbook for PTSD

A 10-Week Program for Healing after Trauma

This workbook teaches mind-body techniques drawn from biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, and hypnosis. These techniques, taught through short, simple mindfulness writing exercises, help you bring forward Read more about this book at traumatic thoughts and flashbacks and http://nhpubs.com/mind-body come to terms with rumination and stress. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

STANLEY H. BLOCK, MD, & CAROLYN BRYANT BLOCK 8 x 10 • 248 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249233 • $21.95 • item code: 9233

The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook

A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems after Trauma

This workbook is based in cognitive behavioral therapy, a powerful approach that has been proven to be more effective over the long run than sleeping pills. Included are easy tips and techniques you can start doing right away to help you sleep better. Why spend another night lying awake? Read more about this book at Find the root cause of your restless http://nhpubs.com/pt-insomnia nights and rediscover peaceful sleep. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KARIN Elorriaga THOMPSON, PHD, & C. LAUREL FRANKLIN, PHD 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248939 • $21.95 • item code: 8939

Energy Tapping for Trauma

Rapid Relief from Post-Traumatic Stress Using Energy Psychology

This book offers a brief overview of how traumatic experience can affect you and why certain aspects of trauma can linger as post-traumatic stress. You’ll learn to use simple, effective energy tapping techniques to “short-circuit” the emotional problems associated with trauma. Use the strategies in this book as the basis for a balanced and sensible “whole-person” approach to dealing with and recovering from a traumatic event. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

fred p. gallo, PhD 7 x 10 • 184 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245013 • $21.95 • item code: 5013

Finding Life Beyond Trauma

Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Heal from Post-Traumatic Stress & Trauma-Related Problems

Learn to accept the unpleasant feelings you may associate with past experiences. Find out why strategies that urge you to control these negative feelings can have severe longterm consequences, such as substance abuse and chronic anxiety—especially when the attempts at control result in the avoidance of normal activities and situations. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Victoria M. Follette, PhD, & Jacqueline Pistorello, PhD Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD 8.5 x 11 • 280 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244979 • $21.95 • item code: 4979

Healing Together

A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress

This book is for people in relationships where either partner has faced trauma in any of its forms: violence, natural disasters, war, life-threatening accidents, crime, health problems, or loss of a loved one. In the wake of tragedy, this book can help you build a resilient relationship and move forward with compassion, hope, and love. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUZANNE B. PHILLIPS, PSYD, ABPP, & DIANNE KANE, DSW 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245440 • $16.95 • item code: 5440

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Healing the Trauma of Abuse A Women’s Workbook This workbook offers skills for coping to women who have experienced physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. Exercises and techniques help reestablish safety and self-worth as well as the capacity to trust and be close to others. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARY ELLEN COPELAND, MA, MS, & MAXINE HARRIS, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 408 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241992 • $24.95 • item code: 1993

Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence A Workbook for Women Second only to survivors of war and victims of rape, women who are severely assaulted by their husbands or partners are the group of trauma victims most likely to suffer from the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Researchers estimate that as many as 80 percent of these women will manifest signs of the disorder in the months and years following an assault. Until now there has been no book specifically written to help these women deal with PTSD. This sensitive and compassionate book, at last, offers them hope. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EDWARD S. KUBANY, PHD, MARI A. MCCAIG, MSCP, & JANET R. LACONSAY, MA 8.5 x 11 • 216 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243699 • $24.95 • item code: 3694

I Can’t Get Over It, Second Edition A Handbook for Trauma Survivors This is the first book to guide readers through the healing process of recovering from posttraumatic stress disorder one step at a time. Cope with violent memories and emotions. Identify triggers that reactivate traumatic stress. Relieve secondary wounding. Gain a sense of empowerment and hope. APHRODITE MATSAKIS, PHD 6 x 9 • 416 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240582 • $24.95 • item code: 058X

In Harm’s Way Help for the Wives of Military Men, Police, EMTs & Firefighters This book opens with a discussion of how women can cope with the fear, anger, and loneliness they feel related to their partner’s high-risk profession. Next, the book takes up the more practical aspects of life for women in this position, addressing issues like sex and sexual deprivation, role overload, self-care, and children’s fears and concerns. The book closes with a chapter about coping with a partner’s return from a dangerous assignment. APHRODITE MATSAKIS, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244009 • $14.95 • item code: 4003

The PTSD Workbook Simple, Effective Techniques for Overcoming Traumatic Stress Symptoms Get the most effective tools available to conquer trauma-related symptoms. Start with the exercises best suited to your symptoms and then work through the rest of the book. Gain valuable information about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the process. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARY BETH WILLIAMS, PHD, LCSW, CTS, & SOILI POIJULA, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 248 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242821 • $21.95 • item code: 2825

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It Happened to Me A Teen’s Guide to Overcoming Sexual Abuse Recovery from childhood sexual abuse starts in the teenage and early adult years. This book, by a psychologist who works daily with sexually abused teens, offers help. Reflect on what happened and examine its impact. Strength-building exercises reshape self-image, make healthy connections, and develop skills for realizing personal potential. WILLIAM LEE CARTER, EDD 8.5 x 11 • 192 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242791 • $22.95 • item code: 2795

A LSO SEE Finding Sunshine After the Storm A Workbook for Children Healing from Sexual Abuse

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The Rape Recovery Handbook Step-by-Step Help for Survivors of Sexual Assault Victims of rape often suffer from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. This handbook helps rape victims cope with the reality of the experience and deal with the aftermath of conflicting feelings. Recovery begins by establishing a safety plan and learning how to cope with the anxiety and anger that often arise during recovery. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

APHRODITE MATSAKIS, PHD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243378 • $18.95 • item code: 3376

The Scarred Soul Understanding & Ending Self-Inflicted Violence Written especially for victims of self-inflicted violence (SIV), this book takes those who hurt themselves on purpose through a step-by-step program designed to discourage this harmful behavior. Worksheets and exercises help sufferers to monitor triggers and modify behaviors to reduce and eliminate occurrences of SIV. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

TRACY ALDERMAN, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240797 • $24.95 • item code: 0792

Your Surviving Spirit A Spiritual Workbook for Coping with Trauma This workbook is designed to help trauma survivors build spiritual resilience, claim their innate core strength, and heal from the impact of trauma. Transform recovery time into an opportunity for spiritual growth and transformation. Employ the skill-building exercises and journaling projects in the book to create new life affirmations for yourself. DUSTY MILLER, EDD 8.5 x 11 • 216 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243576 • $19.95 • item code: 3570

Trust After Trauma A Guide to Relationships for Survivors & Those Who Love Them If you’ve survived a trauma, this book will help you recover. Learn how to manage conflicting emotions, handle unresolved issues, and find ways to make your relationships a context for healing. APHRODITE MATSAKIS, PHD 6 x 9 • 352 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241015 • $24.95 • item code: 1012

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Coping with OCD Practical Strategies for Living Well with ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder When you have obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), it can feel like your own mind is torturing you. Instead of having productive and positive thoughts, you rehash the same worries and fears over and over again until they become unbearable. Coping with OCD offers a simple and engaging program that can help anyone with mild to moderate OCD get started on the road to recovery using safe and gradual exposure to distressing thoughts and situations, mindfulness practice, and techniques to restructure thinking. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BRUCE M. HYMAN, PHD, LCSW, & TROY DUFRENE 5.25 x 7.5 • 160 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572244689 • $14.95 • item code: 4689

Loving Someone with OCD Help for You & Your Family This is the first book written specifically for the loved ones of people with obsessivecompulsive disorder (OCD). It contains basic information about OCD—its definition, cause, and symptoms—and a brief overview of treatments available for the disorder. The book focuses on ways you can foster a healthy relationship with someone with OCD and includes tips for increasing family involvement, making accommodation for the disorder in daily life, and creating an action plan.

KAREN J. LANDSMAN, PHD, KATHLEEN M. RUPERTUS, MA, MS, & CHERRY PEDRICK, RN • FOREWORD BY BRUCE M. HYMAN, PHD 7 x 10 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243293 • $19.95 • item code: 3295

Digging Out Helping Your Loved One Manage Clutter, Hoarding & Compulsive Acquiring In Digging Out, you will find a complete guide to helping your loved one with a hoarding problem live safely and comfortably in his or her home or apartment. Included are realistic harm reduction strategies that you can use to help your loved one manage health and safety hazards, avoid eviction, and motivate him or her to make Author Watch a video now long-term lifestyle changes. and read more about this book at featured on http://nhpubs.com/digging-out

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MICHAEL A. TOMPKINS, PHD, & TAMARA L. HARTL, PHD FOREWORD BY RANDY O. FROST, PHD, & GAIL STEKETEE, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245945 • $17.95 • item code: 5945

TLC’s Hoarding: Buried Alive & A&E’s Hoarders

The OCD Workbook, Third Edition Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder The OCD Workbook has emerged as one of the most popular resources for people seeking to overcome obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related anxieties such as body dysmorphic disorder, trichotillomania, skin picking, and Tourette syndrome. This new edition has been fully revised and updated with the latest research findings on the causes of OCD, advancements in medications for the disorder, and new treatments, including total immersion exposure (which research has shown to be extremely effective for OCD sufferers), mindfulness-based stress reduction, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/ocd-workbook

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BRUCE M. HYMAN, PHD, & CHERRY PEDRICK, RN 8 x 10 • 352 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249219 • $24.95 • item code: 9219

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Overcoming Compulsive Checking Free Your Mind from OCD This is the first book to apply the proven-effective techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy specifically to overcome checking. Its engaging exercises teach you to identify your specific ritualistic compulsion and then help you build skills to free yourself from obsession. The book helps you confront your fears and experiment with safe, controlled exposure to situations you’ve been avoiding. Chapters further help you to troubleshoot particularly difficult situations and educate family members and loved ones. PAUL R. MUNFORD, PHD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243781 • $19.95 • item code: 3783

Overcoming Compulsive Hoarding Why You Save & How You Can Stop This book, the first ever written for savers and their families, provides an overview of compulsive hoarding and how it relates to obsessive-compulsive disorder. It discusses hoarding broadly, offering readers perspectives on the physical, behavioral, and valueoriented aspects of the condition. Skill-building exercises help readers determine how to beat the hoarding problem by addressing issues that underlie compulsive saving. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

FUGEN NEZIROGLU, PHD, ABBP, JEROME BUBRICK, PHD, & JOSE A. YARYURA-TOBIAS, MD • Foreword by Patricia B. Perkins, JD 6 x 9 • 160 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243491 • $16.95 • item code: 349X

Overcoming Compulsive Washing Free Your Mind from OCD Fear of contamination leads washing sufferers to compulsively avoid places and situations that cause their anxiety. This book helps readers identify their specific ritualistic compulsion, helps them to stop obsessing by experimenting with exposure to their fears, and includes ways to troubleshoot particularly difficult situations. PAUL R. MUNFORD, PHD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244054 • $14.95 • item code: 4054

Overcoming Obsessive Thoughts How to Gain Control of Your OCD People with obsessive-compulsive disorder present a wide range of symptoms. Some people with OCD wash compulsively, others hoard objects, while still others—the audience of this book—struggle with obsessive thoughts they perceive as violent, disgusting, or blasphemous. The book offers safe and effective exposure exercises readers can use to limit the effect obsessive thoughts have on their lives. In addition to self-care strategies, the book includes information about choosing and making the most of professional care. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CHRISTINE PURDON, PHD, C. PSYCH, & DAVID A. CLARK, PHD, L. PSYCH 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243811 • $16.95 • item code: 3813

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The Body Image Workbook, Second Edition An Eight-Step Program for Learning to Like Your Looks This revised edition of a classic workbook presents a complete approach to dealing with body image issues, one that can help you to feel more confident every day. The book presents new discussions of cosmetic surgery, weight loss, and other body-fixing options, as well as information for persons with physically disfiguring conditions. After completing this eight-step program, you’ll feel differently about yourself when you look in the mirror. Instead of seeing only the surface, you’ll see the beauty of the real you. THOMAS F. CASH, PHD 8 x 10 • 240 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245464 • $21.95 • item code: 5464

The BDD Workbook Overcome Body Dysmorphic Disorder & End Body Image Obsessions Individuals who suffer from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) obsess about the appearance of their bodies. This highly treatable disorder can lead to unnecessary plastic surgery, eating disorders, and, in some cases, suicide. Count on this stepby-step workbook to guide you through an intervention plan. Develop a healthier body image. JAMES CLAIBORN, PHD, & CHERRY PEDRICK, RN 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242937 • $24.95 • item code: 2930

The Appetite Awareness Workbook How to Listen to Your Body & Overcome Bingeing, Overeating & Obsession with Food If you have a problem with eating, you’ve probably tried lots of different ways to get it under control. But strict diets and complicated food-monitoring programs have probably left you feeling hungrier and more irritable than you were before you started. Appetite awareness training is different. By learning to recognize your body’s natural hunger cues, you take control of your eating habits. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LINDA W. CRAIGHEAD, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572243989 • $21.95 • item code: 3988

The Binge Eating & Compulsive Overeating Workbook An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating This workbook presents an integrated body, mind, and spirit approach to getting at the root of disordered eating and developing a healthy relationship to food. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CAROLYN COKER ROSS, MD, MPH 8 x 10 • 256 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245914 • $24.95 • item code: 5914

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Binge No More Your Guide to Overcoming Disordered Eating This guide helps you understand binge-eating problems. Deal with the causes of binge eating and explore the anatomy of a binge. Learn a step-by-step program to assess binge behavior patterns. Change the thoughts that fuel binge eating. Cope with conflicting emotions and build interpersonal skills. JOYCE D. NASH, PHD 6 x 9 • 304 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241749 • $18.95 • item code: 1748

Overcoming Night Eating Syndrome A Step-by-Step Guide to Breaking the Cycle Perhaps as many as 6 million Americans suffer from night eating syndrome, or NES. Experts agree that NES not only shares the characteristics of eating disorders but also of sleep and mood disorders. Sufferers tend to exhibit symptoms such as feelings of anxiety and guilt, insomnia, or interrupted sleep. This book, the first written specifically for people struggling with NES, offers a step-by-step strategy for managing and overcoming this disorder. KELLY C. ALLISON, PHD, ALBERT J. STUNKARD, MD, & SARA L. THIER 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243279 • $16.95 • item code: 3279

The Anorexia Workbook

How to Accept Yourself, Heal Your Suffering & Reclaim Your Life Efforts to control and stop anorexia may do more harm than good. This approach encourages the mindful observance of unwanted thoughts and feelings without reacting to them in a self-destructive way. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Michelle Heffner, MA, & Georg H. Eifert, PhD 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243620 • $21.95 • item code: 3627

Feeding the Starving Mind A Personalized, Comprehensive Approach to Overcoming Anorexia & Other Starvation Eating Disorders No matter how thin you become, it’s impossible to be happy when you are controlled by anxious and obsessive thoughts. If you’re ready to stop letting your eating disorder run your life, this workbook can help. DOREEN A. SAMELSON, EDD, MSCP • FOREWORD BY ROBERT GRAFF, MD 8 x 10 • 256 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245846 • $21.95 • item code: 5846

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bulimia Using DBT to Break the Cycle & Regain Control of Your Life At the root of bulimia is a need to feel in control. While purging is a strategy for controlling weight, bingeing is an attempt to calm depression, stress, shame, and even boredom. In this powerful program used by therapists, you’ll learn four key skill sets—mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. The book includes worksheets and exercises designed to help you take charge of your emotions and end your dependence on bulimia. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ELLEN ASTRACHAN-FLETCHER, PHD, & MICHAEL MASLAR, PSYD 8 x 10 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246195 • $21.95 • item code: 6195

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The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Bulimia A Guide to Breaking Free from Bulimia Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy If you have bulimia, you know what it’s like to be locked in a battle with your body—and you know that whether you’re trying to lose weight or struggling to end the bingeing and purging cycle, the same old fears and self-doubts keep coming back. The approach to moving beyond bulimia in this book is different than other treatments you may have tried. Instead of encouraging you to avoid or fight against the conflicted feelings you have about food and your body, this workbook invites you to welcome and accept your deepest fears, learn to live with them, and put Read more about this book at the things that are really important in your life first. http://nhpubs.com/bulimia-workbook Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Emily K. Sandoz, PhD, Kelly G. Wilson, PhD, & Troy DuFrene 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572247352 • $21.95 • item code: 7352

The Overcoming Bulimia Workbook Your Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to Recovery Severe dieting often results in periods of reactive binge eating—this workbook contains proven-effective tools to help bulimics break the cycle of bingeing and reacting, allowing them to take control of their lives and make positive behavior changes. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RANDI E. MCCABE, PHD, TRACI L. MCFARLANE, PHD, & MARION P. OLMSTED, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 240 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243262 • $24.95 • item code: 3260

attention deficit disorder

Adult ADD A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed In Adult ADD: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, an ADD specialist who has the disorder herself offers all the tools and information you need to process a diagnosis, learn about medications, and decide which treatments are the best options for you. This pocket guide also features a complete list of resources you can use to find support and tips for getting organized and living well with ADD.

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STEPHANIE MOULTON SARKIS, PHD FOREWORD BY PATRICIA O. QUINN, MD 5 x 7 • 168 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820054 • $16.95 • item code: 20054

Guides for the Newly Diagnosed— this series of easy-to-use books helps readers answer questions that arise after receiving a mental health disorder diagnosis.

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10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD, Second Edition How to Overcome Chronic Distraction & Accomplish Your Goals The first edition of 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD provided adults with attention deficit disorder (ADD) easy solutions for getting organized, finding effective treatments and medications, and maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships. In just ten steps. This new edition includes all of the ten steps of the original edition, updated with new medications and therapeutic approaches and revised based on the most current ADD research. You will also learn new ways to use technology to manage your time, avoid losing items, and responsibly handle your finances. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, PhD 5 x 7 • 152 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608821846 • $15.95 • item code: 21846

The Gift of Adult ADD How to Transform Your Challenges & Build on Your Strengths In this book, Lara Honos-Webb adapts the revolutionary approach first introduced in the parenting book The Gift of ADHD to the lives of adults with ADD. Instead of focusing on your weaknesses, this book shows you how to transform symptoms into strengths to improve your relationships, job performance, parenting skills, and overall quality of life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LARA HONOS-WEBB, PhD 6 x 9 • 248 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245655 • $16.95 • item code: 5655

The Gift of ADHD, Second Edition How to Transform Your Child’s Problems into Strengths ADHD expert Lara Honos-Webb presents the evidence for this revolutionary concept and explains how you can help your child develop control over inattentive, hyperactive behavior and enhance the five gifts of ADHD: creativity, attunement to nature, interpersonal intuition, energetic enthusiasm, Read more about this book at and emotional sensitivity. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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LARA HONOS-WEBB, PHD • FOREWORD BY SCOTT M. SHANNON, MD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248502 • $16.95 • item code: 8502

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Making the Grade with ADD A Student’s Guide to Succeeding in College with Attention Deficit Disorder In college, independence, opportunities, and new friendships abound. But for people with attention deficit disorder (ADD), these new opportunities also present new challenges. This easy-to-use guide will help them create study habits that work with their ADD in productive and positive ways. With advice on everything from dorm living to finding a job after graduation, this guide will be a valuable resource through the college years and beyond. STEPHANIE MOULTON SARKIS, PHD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245549 • $16.95 • item code: 5549

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Living with ADD A Workbook for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Interactive exercises help you deal with self-esteem issues and change the distorted thought patterns associated with ADD. Manage stress and develop a structured approach to starting and finishing tasks. Learn strategies for handling common problems at work and school. Find out how to grow in your intimate relationships and find support when you need it. M. SUSAN ROBERTS, PHD, & GERARD J. JANSEN, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 176 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240636 • $21.95 • item code: 0636

ADD & Your Money A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder If you have attention deficit disorder (ADD), you may have trouble remembering to pay bills on time, spend money impulsively, or have trouble investing wisely and planning for long-time events such as retirement. This book offers simple tips for tracking bills and sticking to a budget, and valuable advice regarding investing money, paying off debt, dealing with common money issues, and making the most of bank services. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

STEPHANIE MOULTON SARKIS, PHD, & KARL KLEIN, JD FOREWORD BY HARVEY C. PARKER, PHD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572247079 • $18.95 • item code: 7079

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Depression 101 A Practical Guide to Treatments, Self-Help Strategies & Preventing Relapse When you have depression, it can feel like there’s no way out. To begin changing the way you feel, you’ll need an arsenal of proven techniques for lifting your mood and preventing relapse. This pocket-sized guide distills the most effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills available for treating depression into seven manageable chapters. Soon, you’ll find the way out of depression and into a healthier, happier life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JOHN D. PRESTON, PSYD, ABPP, AND MELISSA KIRK 5 x 7 • 152 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246911 • $16.95 • item code: 6911

Bipolar 101 A Practical Guide to Identifying Triggers, Managing Medications, Coping with Symptoms & More After receiving a bipolar diagnosis, you need clear answers. This straightforward guide to understanding bipolar disorder includes all the information you need to control your symptoms and live better. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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RUTH C. WHITE, PHD, MPH, MSW, & JOHN D. PRESTON, PSYD, ABPP 5 x 7 • 280 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245600 • $15.95 • item code: 5600

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bipolar Disorder Using DBT to Regain Control of Your Emotions & Your Life This book presents a complete program for the treatment of bipolar disorder that shows you how to manage painful emotions, handle suicidal behavior, stop selfinjury, control impulsive and mood-dependent behaviors, and learn positive and healthy coping techniques. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SHERI VAN DIJK, MSW • FOREWORD BY ZINDEL V. SEGAL, PHD 8 x 10 • 240 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246287 • $21.95 • item code: 6287

Facing Bipolar

The Young Adult’s Guide to Dealing with Bipolar Disorder Facing Bipolar will help navigate the world of medications, therapists, and the up-anddown mood cycles common to the disorder. It clearly explains what bipolar disorder is and provides sound guidance for developing the necessary coping skills to manage its impact on a young adult’s life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RUSS FEDERMAN, PHD, & J. ANDERSON THOMSON, JR, MD 6 x 8 • 176 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246423 • $16.95 • item code: 6423

Overcoming Bipolar Disorder

A Comprehensive Workbook for Managing Your Symptoms & Achieving Your Life Goals This workbook will help you understand your bipolar disorder, develop coping skills for managing symptoms, and keep your life in balance as you work toward your goals. MARK S. BAUER, MD, AMY M. KILBOURNE, PHD, MPH, DEVRA E. GREENWALD, MPH, & EVETTE LUDMAN, PHD, WITH LINDA MCBRIDE, MSN 8 x 10 • 296 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245648 • $21.95 • item code: 5648

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Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life

The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Here is a five-step plan for coping with painful emotions such as anxiety and depression. It teaches life-enhancing behavior strategies that work to further the goals you value most. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Steven C. Hayes, PhD, with Spencer Smith 8.5 x 11 • 224 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244252 • $21.95 • item code: 4259

The Cyclothymia Workbook Learn How to Manage Your Mood Swings & Lead a Balanced Life Cyclothymia is a mood disorder characterized by cycling periods of unusual emotional highs and mild to moderate depression. This book introduces you to cognitive behavioral techniques that are effective at limiting and controlling shifting moods. PRENTISS PRICE, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243835 • $24.95 • item code: 383X

After the Stork The Couple’s Guide to Preventing & Overcoming Postpartum Depression Written by a clinical psychologist specializing in postpartum depression, After the Stork clearly explains this often misunderstood condition and offers a revolutionary approach to stopping depression in its tracks. You’ll discover powerful tools for addressing the sleep deprivation, financial tensions, and stress that can cause depression to take hold, and finally be Read more about this book at able to make more room for experiencing http://nhpubs.com/stork the joy of welcoming a new child into your home. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SARA ROSENQUIST, PHD • FOREWORD BY MICHAEL D. YAPKO, PHD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248632 • $18.95 • item code: 8632

The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression A Step-by-Step Program This workbook is written in an easy-to-use, step-by-step format. It offers you powerful strategies for overcoming depression in simple, direct language, and reinforced by techniques you can practice right away. Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

WILLIAM J. KNAUS, EDD • FOREWORD BY ALBERT ELLIS, PHD 8 x 10 • 368 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244733 • $22.95 • item code: 4739

Depressed & Anxious The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Workbook for Overcoming Depression & Anxiety The book begins by having you identify your most painful inner conflict. Then you develop compromises that acknowledge the issue but limit its ability to interfere with your life, effectively reducing the extent to which your emotions govern who you are or what you are capable of. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

THOMAS MARRA, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 264 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243637 • $21.95 • item code: 3635

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The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Depression Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression & Create a Life Worth Living This workbook uses techniques from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to offer a new treatment plan for depression that will help you live a productive life by accepting your feelings instead of fruitlessly trying to avoid them. It will show you, step-by-step, how to stop this cycle, feel more energized, and involve yourself in pleasurable and fulfilling activities that will help you work through, rather than avoid, aspects of your life that are depressing you. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KIRK D. STROSAHL, PhD, & PATRICIA J. ROBINSON, PhD FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PhD 8 x 10 • 320 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245488 • $24.95 • item code: 5488

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Using Mindfulness & Cognitive Behavioral Psychology to Overcome Depression Peaceful Mind provides you with an understanding of the thoughts that lead to depression. Learn how to find the motivation to confront depressive feelings. Discover how you can reduce the frequency of depressive episodes. Using meditation practices for observation and awareness, develop the ability to recognize triggers that can lead to aggravated periods of the disorder. JOHN R. MCQUAID, PHD, & PAULA E. CARMONA, RN, MSN Foreword by Zindel V. Segal, PhD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243668 • $17.95 • item code: 366X

The Depression Solutions Workbook A Strengths & Skills-Based Approach Because depression depletes motivation and self-esteem, sufferers often feel powerless to take control of the disorder. The Depression Solutions Workbook integrates three proven-effective therapies—two designed to motivate you to change and one designed to target the root of the depression—that work together to combat the most common symptoms of depression. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JACQUELINE CORCORAN, PHD 8 x 10 • 256 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245785 • $21.95 • item code: 5785

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The Depression Workbook, Second Edition A Guide for Living with Depression & Manic Depression Based on the responses of 120 survey participants, this book teaches strategies for living with extreme mood swings. Directed exercises teach essential coping skills, such as tracking and controlling moods, building a support system, and bolstering self-esteem. Learn to avoid conditions that exacerbate mood swings. Use relaxation, diet, and exercise to stabilize moods. The book introduces the concept of a wellness recovery action plan (WRAP), a personalized set of goals and checkpoints you set for yourself to manage symptoms and stay well. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARY ELLEN COPELAND, MS, mA 8.5 x 11 • 352 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242685 • $24.95 • item code: 268X

Ending the Depression Cycle A Step-by-Step Guide for Preventing Relapse This book deals with the period after recovery, when as many as half of those who have defeated depression will suffer relapse. It deals directly with the repeating cycle of depression. Use the self-assessment tools and exercises to explore the reoccurring stages of depression. Get practical advice about clinical options, including antidepressant medication and continuing psychotherapy. P ETER J. BIELING, PHD, & MARTIN M. ANTONY, PHD FOREWORD BY AARON T. BECK, MD 8.5 x 11 • 238 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243330 • $19.95 • item code: 3333

The Interpersonal Solution to Depression A Workbook for Changing How You Feel by Changing How You Relate Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a short-term therapy proven effective for the treatment of depression. It works to identify the connection between interpersonal conflicts and depression. This book offers a step-by-step program readers can use to make IPT work for them. Through worksheets and exercises, readers learn to develop more healthy social skills. They are coached to practice assertive behaviors, overcome inhibitions, and conquer their fear of failure. JEREMY W. PETTIT, PHD, & THOMAS ELLIS JOINER, JR., PHD Foreword by Lynn P. Rehm, PhD, ABPP 8.5 x 11 • 144 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244184 • $27.95 • item code: 4186

Listening to Depression How Understanding Your Pain Can Heal Your Life Each chapter of the book discusses a different aspect of depression as a gift or positive opportunity. Depression can be the start of a reorientation in life, a step in the search for meaning, or a chance for letting go of hurtful aspects of the self. It can also be a chance to deal with grief and loss and learn to expand possibilities. The book concludes with a section of advice about when it is important to defend against depression and how best to go about it when the need arises. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LARA HONOS-WEBB, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244436 • $18.95 • item code: 4437

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Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time The New Behavioral Activation Approach to Getting Your Life Back This new strategy for beating depression is called behavioral activation. With easy, stepby-step techniques, it helps you put together a list of enjoyable activities. Start by doing the simplest things on your list, and you’ll begin to live your life in a way that literally makes feelings of depression fade away. The simple act of doing meaningful, enjoyable things connects you to naturally occurring rewards, which are powerful antidotes to your feelings of depression. MICHAEL E. ADDIS, PHD, & CHRISTOPHER R. MARTELL, PHD, ABPP 8.5 x 11 • 184 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243675 • $21.95 • item code: 3678

Transforming Depression The HeartMath® Solution to Feeling Overwhelmed, Sad & Stressed A constant sense of being overwhelmed, fatigued, and stretched to the limit can leave you feeling hopeless and uninterested in things that you used to enjoy. In other words, you can become depressed. By using the HeartMath® techniques you’ll find in this book, you’ll learn how to tap into new reserves of energy and creativity and find new ways to connect with the people in your life. In no time, your feelings of depression will lessen, and dramatic change will take place in your mind and body that will result in better health and greater peace of mind. (HeartMath is a registered trademark of the Institute of HeartMath.) Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

Doc Childre & Deborah Rozman, PhD • Foreword by Frank Lawlis, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 200 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244917 • $14.95 • item code: 4917

A Cancer Patient’s Guide to Overcoming Depression & Anxiety Getting Through Treatment & Getting Back to Your Life A cancer diagnosis can be frightening. Your doctor can provide you with ever-more effective treatments for the disease, but what can you do about the depression and anxiety that can come with both the diagnosis and the treatment? This book offers a gentle and effective kind of therapy called behavior activation that you can use to overcome these two sources of emotional pain, so you’ll be able to live life more fully and apply your energy to getting better. Derek R. Hopko, PhD, & Carl W. LeJuez, PhD Foreword by John L. Bell, MD 8.5 x 11 • 248 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245044 • $19.95 • item code: 5044

Depression & Your Thyroid What You Need to Know Here is a combined medical and psychological approach to dealing with depression. The book includes helpful diagnostic advice and tips on working with physicians. Gary S. Ross, MD, & Peter J. Bieling, PhD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244061 • $23.95 • item code: 4062

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Beating the Senior Blues How to Feel Better & Enjoy Life Again Untreated symptoms of depression can lead seniors to feelings of isolation and helplessness. This workbook develops the skills necessary to overcome these debilitating feelings, deal with underlying problems, reconnect with others, and enjoy life again. Only available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LESLIE ECKFORD, RN, LCSW, & AMANDA LAMBERT, MS 8.5 x 11 • 256 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781608826001 • $19.95 • item code: 26001

Choosing to Live How to Defeat Suicide Through Cognitive Therapy This is the first self-help guide addressed directly to people considering suicide. A stepby-step program, it shows how to replace negative beliefs, feel better through coping, and develop alternative problem-solving skills. THOMAS E. ELLIS, PSYD, & CORY F. NEWMAN, PHD Foreword by AAron T. Beck, MD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240568 • $24.95 • item code: 0563

Is He Depressed or What? What to Do When the Man You Love Is Irritable, Moody & Withdrawn If you think the man in your life is struggling with depression, this book can help you recognize his symptoms and encourage him in overcoming his depressed feelings. The book will also show you how to take care of yourself and not get lost in his depression. It provides a range of strategies you can use to communicate with him effectively, cope with his physical symptoms like insomnia and sexual dysfunction, and rebuild intimacy in your relationship. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DAVID B. WEXLER, PHD • FOREWORD BY TERRENCE REAL 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244245 • $15.95 • item code: 4240

Queer Blues

The Lesbian & Gay Guide to Overcoming Depression This is the first guide to focus on depression in the gay and lesbian community and to offer practical strategies for dealing with the problem. Learn to evaluate the impact of depression on your life. Explore core beliefs about your self-worth. Identify selfsabotaging habits that may make you vulnerable to insecurity. ONLY available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KIMERON HARDIN, PHD, & MARNY HALL, PHD 260 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781608825974 • $16.95 • item code: 25974

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A Secret Sadness

The Hidden Relationship Patterns That Make Women Depressed Women experience depression at a higher rate than men, and researchers have recently uncovered evidence that suggests this may be due to the importance women place on their interpersonal relationships. Using three detailed case studies from her own practice, psychologist Valerie Whiffen sheds light on these problems and helps you explore your own relationships with intimate partners, children, and parents with an eye for how these relationships may affect your mood. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

VALERIE E. WHIFFEN, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246928 • $16.95 • item code: 6928

impulse-control disorders

Freedom from Self-Harm Overcoming Self-Injury with Skills from DBT & Other Treatments Self-injury can be as addictive as any drug, and the secrecy and shame many sufferers feel about this behavior can keep them feeling trapped. But if you’re ready to replace self-harm with a set of healthy coping skills, this compassionate and practical book can help. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KIM L. GRATZ, PHD, & ALEXANDER L. CHAPMAN, PHD FOREWORD BY BARENT WALSH, PHD 6 x 9 • 280 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246164 • $19.95 • item code: 6164

Help for Hair Pullers Understanding & Coping with Trichotillomania This self-care guide reviews the latest medications and treatment options for trichotillomania. Learn simple and effective techniques for controlling compulsive hair pulling. Find out how to find motivation for change and discover how to connect to the growing support community. NANCY J. KEUTHEN, PHD, DAN J. STEIN, MD, & GARY A. CHRISTENSON, MD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242326 • $22.95 • item code: 2329

The Sex Addiction Workbook Proven Strategies to Help You Regain Control of Your Life The Sex Addiction Workbook first helps you assess the degree of your sexual selfcontrol problem. Then it teaches you to set goals and assess the functionality of your life choices. A second section of the book explores cognitive restructuring that can produce positive change, helping you examine your need for immediate or risky gratification. The book addresses relapse prevention in a third section, which also counsels you to be more accepting of yourself and aware of the impact your behaviors have on the ones you love. TAMARA PENIX SBRAGA, PHD, & WILLIAM T. O’DONOHUE, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 232 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243767 • $24.95 • item code: 3767

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Amongst Ourselves A Self-Help Guide to Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder A clinical psychologist and a licensed social worker with dissociative identity disorder (DID) offer perspectives on this condition. Learn practical suggestions for dealing with DID, and employ them to lead a happier, better-adjusted life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

TRACY ALDERMAN, PHD, & KAREN MARSHALL, LCSW 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241220 • $19.95 • item code: 1225

The Angry Heart Overcoming Borderline & Addictive Disorders This self-help guide uses a variety of exercises and step-by-step techniques to help you deal with borderline and addictive disorders. Come to terms with your destructive lifestyle and take steps to break its dysfunctional cycle of self-defeating thoughts and behavior. JOSEPH SANTORO, PHD, & RONALD COHEN, PHD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240803 • $18.95 • item code: 0806

The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook for Personality Disorders A Step-by-Step Program Symptoms of personality disorders may seem to differ widely, but all personality disorders are characterized by entrenched patterns of thinking and behavior. Chances are, if you have a personality disorder, you face feelings of uncertainty about your future and experience ongoing conflicts with your loved ones every day. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook for Personality Disorders is packed with exercises and worksheets that enable you to put an end to the self-defeating thoughts that hold you back. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JEFFREY C. WOOD, PSYD 8 x 10 • 224 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246485 • $21.95 • item code: 6485

Getting Your Life Back Together When You Have Schizophrenia This guide helps readers suffering from this disorder take charge of their illness. A unique set of self-help strategies is included for making use of the innovative collaborative cure approach, a method that brings together a support team to help the person with schizophrenia find a way back to a safe and stable life.

ROBERTA TEMES, PHD • Foreword by Rita Seiden, PhD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242739 • $16.95 • item code: 2736

My Parent’s Keeper Adult Children of the Emotionally Disturbed Many adult children of mentally ill parents share similar problems—guilt over having left home, poor self-esteem, lack of confidence, and inability to express emotions. This guide helps you to cope with guilt, bolster self-esteem, and deepen intimacy. EVA MARIAN BROWN, MSW 5.5 x 8.5 • 152 pages • 1989 • ISBN 9780934986786 • $14.95 • item code: 6789

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Disarming the Narcissist Surviving & Thriving with the Self-Absorbed This book offers several strategies for dealing effectively with someone who is at the center of his or her own universe. You’ll learn how to move past the narcissist’s defenses with compassionate, empathetic communication. By anticipating and avoiding certain hot-button issues, you’ll discover ways to relate to narcissists without triggering aggression. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Wendy T. Behary, LCSW • Foreword by Jeffrey Young, PhD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245198 • $16.95 • item code: 5198

Children of the Self-Absorbed, Second Edition A Grown-Up’s Guide to Getting Over Narcissistic Parents From the author of Working with the Self-Absorbed and Loving the Self-Absorbed, this major revision of a self-help classic offers a step-by-step approach to resolving conflict and building a meaningful relationship with a narcissistic parent. It offers clear definitions of narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder to help you identify the extent of your parent’s problem. You’ll learn the different types of destructive narcissism and how to recognize their effects on relationships. . Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NINA W. BROWN, EDD, LPC 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245617 • $16.95 • item code: 5617

Loving the Self-Absorbed How to Create a More Satisfying Relationship with a Narcissistic Partner The one you love always puts his or her needs ahead of yours and everyone else’s. He or she can be demeaning, manipulative, and controlling—but still you love him or her. Learn to develop sound love relationships with narcissistic people. Identify the five types of destructive narcissism and how to recognize their effects on your relationship. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NINA BROWN, EDD, LPC, NCC 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243545 • $16.95 • item code: 3546

Overcoming Depersonalization Disorder A Mindfulness & Acceptance Guide to Conquering Feelings of Numbness & Unreality When you have depersonalization disorder, nothing seems real. You may feel detached from reality, even from your own thoughts, as though you are going through the motions of living without ever being truly connected to your experiences. Whether your depersonalization developed after a traumatic experience or is something you’ve always lived with, this book can help you reconnect with life again. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

FUGEN NEZIROGLU, PHD, & KATHARINE DONNELLY, MA FOREWORD BY DAPHNE SIMEON, MD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247062 • $18.95 • item code: 7062

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The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide Everything You Need to Know About Living with BPD This book provides answers to many of the questions you might have about BPD and covers several common treatment approaches: dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mentalization-based treatment (MBT), and medication treatments. In the last sections of the book, youll learn a range of useful coping skills that can help you cope with some of the most distressing symptoms of BPD. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ALEXANDER L. CHAPMAN, PHD, & KIM L. GRATZ, PHD foreword by perry d. hoffman, phd 6 x 9 • 256 • pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245075 • $16.95 • item code: 5075

Stop Walking on Eggshells, Second Edition Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder Stop Walking on Eggshells has already helped nearly half a million people with friends and family members suffering from BPD understand this destructive disorder, set boundaries, and help their loved ones stop relying on dangerous BPD behaviors. This fully revised edition has been updated with the very latest BPD research and includes coping and communication skills you can use to stabilize your relationship with the BPD sufferer in your life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAUL T. MASON, MS, & RANDI KREGER 6 x 9 • 288 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246904 • $18.95 • item code: 6904

The Stop Walking on Eggshells Workbook Practical Strategies for Living with Someone Who Has Borderline Personality Disorder Face your core beliefs about BPD. Handle negative feelings. Gain the perspective necessary to see the disorder objectively. Step-by-step exercises show you how to set and enforce limits with a person with BPD, cope with put-downs and rage, and make safe and realistic decisions. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RANDI KREGER WITH JAMES PAUL SHIRLEY, LMSW 8.5 x 11 • 224 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242760 • $21.95 • item code: 2760

Surviving a Borderline Parent How to Heal Your Childhood Wounds & Build Trust, Boundaries & Self-Esteem Parents with BPD are often unable to provide for the basic physical and emotional needs of their children. Plagued by irrational fears and anxieties, BPD parents transfer feelings of self-hatred onto their children. This book offers step-by-step guidance to understanding and overcoming the lasting effects of being raised by a person suffering from this disorder. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KIMBERLEE ROTH & FREDA B. FRIEDMAN, PHD, LCSW FOREWORD BY RANDI KREGER 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243286 • $16.95 • item code: 3287

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ADHD & Me What I Learned from Lighting Fires at the Dinner Table Blake Taylor’s memoir offers, for the first time, a young person’s account of what it’s like to live and grow up with ADHD. Join Blake as he foils bullies, confronts unfair teachers, battles distraction and disorganization, and goes sailing in unfamiliar waters and gets attacked by a boatload of spiders! His story will inspire and hearten the some 4 million others like him who must find a way to thrive with their special perspective. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Blake E.S. Taylor • FOREWORD by Lara Honos-Webb, PhD 6 x 8 • 192 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245228 • $14.95 • item code: 5228

Biting Anorexia A Firsthand Account of an Internal War Biting Anorexia is an extraordinary account of a teenage girl’s descent into the tortured existence of anorexia and her arduous, remarkable recovery. Much of this unflinchingly candid memoir is ripped directly from the pages of author Lucy Howard-Taylor’s diary as she struggled with the torturous condition. This courageous and compelling story will inspire and support those troubled with the condition, and their family and friends, the world over.

“… a graphic yet poetic insight into the pain and suffering experienced by sufferers of eating disorders.” —Claire Vickery, CEO and founder of The Butterfly Foundation

LUCY HOWARD-TAYLOR • FOREWORD BY SHARON HODGSON 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572247024 • $16.95 • item code: 7029

Bloodletting A Memoir of Secrets, Self-Harm & Survival This compelling and often chilling memoir vividly details author Victoria Leatham’s life and reveals her most intimate thoughts as she struggles with cutting and a range of other psychological problems including eating disorders, sexual promiscuity, substance abuse, and bipolar disorder. Finally, it describes her discovery of the psychological secret that helps her escape from this spiral of self-destruction. Readers won’t be able to put down this odyssey through one of the darkest realms of human experience. VICTORIA LEATHAM 5.5 x 8.25 • 224 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244573 • $16.95 • item code: 4577

The Buddha & the Borderline My Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder through Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Buddhism & Online Dating In the fascinating memoir The Buddha and the Borderline, Kiera Van Gelder chronicles her struggles and eventual recovery from borderline personality disorder (BPD) after twenty years of receiving numerous other diagnoses and ineffective treatments. The author offers an intimate look into her arduous struggle to gain control over her emotions and reclaim her life through DBT, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Buddhism.

“A must-read for people with this disorder, their families and loved ones, and mental health professionals.”

—Robert O. Friedel, MD, author of Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KIERA VAN GELDER 6 x 9 • 280 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247109 • $17.95 • item code: 7109

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The Good Eater The True Story of One Man’s Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder This compelling memoir tells Saxen’s story as he plunges into binge eating, dangerous starvation diets, drug use, and a roller-coaster ride of odd careers, destructive relationships, and personal tragedies—all set against a fabulous backdrop that ranges from the streets of Sacramento to the fundamentalist enclaves of the Great Plains. A gripping page-turner from start to finish, this amazing personal memoir will help break stereotypes and shed new light on this common disorder. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Ron Saxen 5.5 x 8.25 • 264 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244856 • $24.95 • item code: 4856

State of the Heart A Medical Tourist’s True Story of Lifesaving Surgery in India This provocative memoir tells the story of Howard Staab, an American contractor who traveled to India to receive lifesaving surgery that he couldn’t afford to undergo in the United States. Staab’s story alludes to the collective experience of the more than 43 million uninsured Americans who face, every day, the very real possibility that their lack of health insurance may either bankrupt or kill them—if not both. (Hardcover) Maggi ANN Grace 5.5 x 8.25 • 280 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244924 • $24.95 • item code: 4924

The Sum of My Parts A Survivor’s Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder

In this memoir, Olga reveals her life story for the first time, chronicling her heroic journey from survivor to advocate and her remarkable recovery from DID. This brave, unforgettable memoir charts the author’s triumph over the most devastating conditions and will inspire anyone whose life has been affected by trauma. Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/parts

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Olga R. Trujillo 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249912 • $18.95 • item code: 9912

Walking After Midnight One Woman’s Journey Through Murder, Justice & Forgiveness On New Year’s Eve, 1997, Bob McIntosh left his family and friends at the dinner table to check on a disturbance at a neighbor’s house. He never came home. Savagely beaten by an unknown assailant, McIntosh died that night at a local hospital, leaving behind his wife, author Katy Hutchison, and twin four-year-olds. This memoir tells the story of how Hutchison reached out to her husband’s killer with compassion and began on a new life path as an advocate for social responsibility and A compelling restorative justice. (Hardcover) true story that Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Katy Hutchison 6 x 9 • 296 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572245037 • $24.95 • item code: 5037

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The Family Intervention Guide to Mental Illness Recognizing Symptoms & Getting Treatment Some 20 million American families have a member with an undetected mental illness. The early signs of mental illness are detectable, and the earlier mental illness is treated, the higher the sufferer’s chance of recovery. Yet there are few resources available to families, close friends, and first responders—teachers, emergency workers, pastors, and so forth—to help recognize the warning signs of mental illness. This book is a guide for people with questions about the disordered behavior of a family member or close loved one. It offers readers step-by-step support and information for determining whether a loved one is suffering from a mental disorder and what to do about it. The book outlines the nine fundamental steps to recognizing, managing, and recovering from mental illness. It provides both diagnostic information and detailed information about therapy options and useful medication.

“Above all, this is a book about love. Families will rely on it to help loved ones. They will share it with friends when their families in turn are confronted by mental illness. The book covers a broad spectrum of concerns from recognizing symptoms to maintaining wellness—and offers practical information and strategies. First-hand knowledge and down-to-earth perspective provide concise discussions of good steps, bad steps, wish lists, pitfalls, and recipes for success.” —Michael J. Fitzpatrick, MSW Executive Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness

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Bodie Morey & Kim T. Mueser, PhD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245068 • $17.95 • item code: 5068

Getting Help The Complete & Authoritative Guide to Self-Assessment & Treatment of Mental Health Problems  o you have questions about mental health care? You’re not alone. Despite solid proof D that good mental health care can greatly improve both physical health and quality of life, managed care systems have made mental health care a low priority. Without easy access to professional advice from psychologists and psychiatrists, most of us turn to the Internet or the news media for information about mental health—and what a confusing, seemingly endless jumble that can be! Now, at last, you can stop guessing about mental health care. Getting Help is a clear and comprehensive guide that will answer all of your questions about mental health conditions, practitioners, and treatments. Equipped with this resource, you’ll be in a powerful position to take control of your own mental health care and the care of the people you love. Everything you need to know about: • The symptoms and characteristic of common mental health conditions • Different types of mental health professionals and the services they offer • Psychotherapeutic and medical treatment methods • How to choose an approach that is just right for a particular mental health issue Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Jeffrey C. Wood, PsyD • Foreword by Matthew McKay, PhD 7 x 10 • 304 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244757 • $21.95 • item code: 4757

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Breaking the Cycle Free Yourself from Sex Addiction, Porn Obsession & Shame

If addictions to pornography, strip clubs, massage parlors, prostitutes, phone sex, or chat rooms have made you feel trapped, this book can help you find a way to break free. Written by a former sex addict who specializes in counseling people who suffer from sexually compulsive behavior, Breaking the Cycle presents a step-by-step plan to enjoying a life of productivity and purpose. Read more about this book at http://nhpubs.com/cycle

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George N. Collins, MA, with Andrew Adleman, MA 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820832 • $17.95 • item code: 20832

The Addiction Workbook

A Step-by-Step Guide to Quitting Alcohol & Drugs This workbook explains the facts about addiction and provides simple, step-by-step directions for working through the stages of the quitting process. Get comprehensive advice on every facet of addiction recovery—from identification of the problem to preventing relapse. PATRICK FANNING & JOHN T. O’NEILL, LCDC 8.5 x 11 • 160 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240438 • $21.95 • item code: 0431

The Family Recovery Guide A Map for Healthy Growth

This guide teaches family members how to sustain their relationships with addicts without undermining their transformation from simple abstinence to lasting change. STEPHANIE BROWN, PHD, & VIRGINIA M. LEWIS, PHD, WITH ANDREW LIOTTA 7 x 10 • 304 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242180 • $24.95 • item code: 2183

Responsible Drinking

A Moderation Management Approach for Problem Drinkers Problem use of alcohol is a behavioral decision that can be effectively treated by moderation rather than lifetime abstinence. Based on the ongoing work of the moderation management treatment approach, this book teaches the difference between a problem drinker and an alcoholic. Make informed choices about moderation or abstinence. FREDERICK ROTGERS, PSYD, MARC F. KERN, PHD, & RUDY HOELTZEL FOREWORD BY MARK B. SOBELL, PHD, & LINDA C. SOBELL, PHD, ABPP 8.5 x 11 • 232 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242944 • $21.95 • item code: 2949

A Woman’s Addiction Workbook Your Guide to In-Depth Healing

This step-by-step program addresses the treatment needs of women struggling with addiction. Learn techniques for exploring the factors that drive addictions. Identify life patterns related to abusive consumption. Discover techniques to control impulses and reach out to others. LISA M. NAJAVITS, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242975 • $21.95 • item code: 2973

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30-Minute Therapy These quick-therapy guides help you develop key skills for managing mental health conditions and issues in under one hour. The easy-to-use, three-part format allows you to choose which and how much information you need.

30-Minute Therapy for Anger Everything You Need to Know in the Least Amount of Time Anger fills us with adrenaline, but can also cloud our thinking—a combination that tends to get us into trouble. In 30-Minute Therapy for Anger, you’ll learn proveneffective skills developed by therapists for helping people process and control their anger instead of lashing out at others. These conflict-defusing techniques will help you “cool down” anger so that you can Read more about this book at respond calmly and effectively, even in http://nhpubs.com/anger-therapy life’s most aggravating situations. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Ronald T. Potter-Efron, PhD, & Patricia S. Potter-Efron, MS 5 x 7 • 120 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820290 • $15.95 • item code: 20290

A LSO SEE 30-Minute Therapy for Anxiety Everything You Need to Know in the Least Amount of Time

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The Gift of Anger Seven Steps to Uncover the Meaning of Anger & Gain Awareness, True Strength & Peace The truth is, anger is a gift—a natural, internal signal that unfailingly identifies an opportunity for healing and growth. The Gift of Anger shows you how to recognize this signal, discover the deeper meaning behind your anger, and change the relationships and situations in your life that frustrate you. In seven simple and effective steps, this book guides you past any level of anger, from mild irritation to rage, and toward a balanced approach to using Read more about this book at anger for greater understanding and well-being. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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MARCIA CANNON, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249660 • $17.95 • item code: 9660

ACT on Life Not on Anger The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Guide to Problem Anger If you’ve tried to control problem anger before with little success, this book offers you a new approach to try. Instead of asking you to struggle even harder with anger, this book helps you to drop the rope in your tug-of-war with anger. Learn how to accept your angry feelings as they occur. Then use techniques based in mindfulness practice to watch your anger without identifying with it. Georg H. Eifert, PhD, Matthew Mckay, PhD, & John P. Forsyth, PhD • Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244405 • $16.95 • item code: 4402

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The Anger Control Workbook Simple, Innovative Techniques for Managing Anger & Developing Healthier Ways of Relating The toxic costs of anger are well understood: sabotaged careers, alienated family and friends, and even physical damage to the point of illness or an early death. Unlike previous models of anger control that began by combating anger-provoking thoughts at a relatively low level of anger, this workbook introduces a streamlined new approach that allows you to begin at a higher level of anger, so that fewer steps are involved. Throughout, the techniques are presented in a clear, step-by-step format that makes it easy to tailor a program to your own personal obstacles and triggering events. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PETER ROGERS, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242203 • $21.95 • item code: 2205

The Anger Workbook for Women How to Keep Your Anger from Undermining Your SelfEsteem, Your Emotional Balance & Your Relationships This workbook addresses the unique concerns of women struggling with anger problems. Rigid social patterning, the book argues, conditions many women to stifle or deny their anger, and this repression can cause a range of other psychological problems. Others experience violent, outwardly focused anger. Whichever pattern your anger follows, you’ll learn healthier ways to express it from this workbook. It offers cognitive behavioral and attitude adjustment exercises that will help you limit the power of anger-triggering situations. Worksheets and assessments guide you in examining family-of-origin issues that might contribute to your problems with anger. Sections of the workbook explore the connection between anger and substance abuse, mood disorders, and spirituality. LAURA J. PETRACEK, PHD, LCSW FOREWORD BY SANDRA P. THOMAS, PHD, RN, FAAN 8.5 x 11 • 176 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243798 • $21.95 • item code: 3791

Angry All the Time, Second Edition An Emergency Guide to Anger Control The vicious cycle of problem anger is hard to break. Real change, an escape from the damaging patterns of persistent anger, requires good information and sound advice. This book, a major revision of a best-selling classic that has helped tens of thousands of people overcome problem anger, contains both. This edition includes two completely new chapters and significant revision to many of the original sections. It includes tips for problem solving and directing anger in positive ways, new strategies for encouraging change, and a discussion of anger styles and the effects of jealousy on problem anger. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RONALD T. POTTER-EFRON, MSW, PHD 6 x 9 • 160 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243927 • $16.95 • item code: 3929

Freeing the Angry Mind How Men Can Use Mindfulness & Reason to Save Their Lives & Relationships This book strives to offer you a real cure for anger, one based on deep introspection about the connection you share with other human beings. Drawing on basic principles from Buddhism, this book seeks to supplant anger with compassion, reaction with mindfulness, and self-importance with self-awareness. C. PETER BANKART, PHD • FOREWORD BY DAVID B. WEXLER, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244382 • $21.95 • item code: 4380

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Letting Go of Anger, Second Edition The Eleven Most Common Anger Styles & What to Do About Them This book examines the eleven most common styles of anger expression and helps you learn how to communicate your anger in healthy ways. Learn which anger styles work for different situations—and which ones lead to certain disaster. Find out how to become more flexible and creative at expressing your anger. Once you understand the whole range of anger styles, you’ll be able to better manage angry feelings and use your anger as a positive force for building a better life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RONALD T. POTTER-EFRON, MSW, PHD, & PATRICIA S. POTTER-EFRON, MS 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244481 • $16.95 • item code: 4488

Rage A Step-by-Step Guide to Overcoming Explosive Anger Do you or someone you care about experience episodes of extreme and unpredictable anger that threaten relationships, jobs, property—or worse? You are not alone. Researchers estimate that some 7 percent of Americans experience a condition called intermittent explosive disorder (IED), which is characterized by reoccuring periods of extraordinary anger, and millions more have less frequent yet equally damaging experiences with rage. This book brief ly discusses how the brain functions during extreme emotion, and then it turns to the task of helping you stop episodes of rage—right now! Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Ronald T. Potter-Efron, MSW, PhD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244627 • $16.95 • item code: 4627

Stop The Anger Now A Workbook for the Prevention, Containment & Resolution of Anger This brief, intense course in anger management focuses on the essentials of what you need to do in order to prevent most angry outbursts, contain the rest, and resolve long-standing issues that perpetuate anger. You’ll learn to identify triggering situations and self-talk, quickly damp anger down when it flares up, and begin to work on resolving the frustrations that keep your anger at the boiling point. RON POTTER-EFRON, MSW 8.5 x 11 • 160 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242579 • $21.95 • item code: 2574

Transforming Anger The HeartMath® Solution for Letting Go of Rage, Frustration & Irritation Neuroscientists have discovered that there is a complex relationship between the nervous system and the heart. When the two systems are out of sync, serious emotional problems can result. When they join in a positive rhythm, though, anger can be transformed instantly into compassion, empathy, and calm. Learn how thoughts and feelings get stored in the nervous system and create cellular triggers of irritation, frustration, and anger. Identify triggers for anger at work and at home, and change them with techniques such as the sixty-second freeze-frame®, an exercise that calms the mind, synchronizes the nervous system, and increases the level of internal coherence. (HeartMath is a registered trademark of the Institute of HeartMath.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DOC CHILDRE & DEBORAH ROZMAN, PHD Foreword by Matthew Mckay, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 176 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243521 • $15.95 • item code: 352X

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When Anger Hurts, Second Edition Quieting the Storm Within While anger can serve vital functions, it is too frequently an instrument that destroys and abuses. Hostile reactions often lead to guilt, regret, and alienation; uncontrolled anger exacts a heavy price from the mind and body. Research suggests that individuals who are quick to anger are vastly more likely to die early in life than those whose reactions to stress are more pacific and controlled. This book is a complete, step-by-step guide to changing habitual, anger-generating thoughts while developing healthier, more effective ways of meeting needs. It is ideal for therapists who work with families or teach anger control and helpful for health professionals who treat the effects of type-A personality. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, PETER D. ROGERS, PHD, & JUDITH MCKAY, RN 6 x 9 • 320 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243446 • $16.95 • item code: 3449

When Anger Hurts Your Kids A Parent’s Guide This book, based on a two-year study of 285 parents, offers a powerful program of exercises that will help you monitor your anger responses to your kids. Acquire skills that will let you feel more effective as a parent and let your kids grow up free of anger’s damaging effects. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, KIM PALEG, PHD, PATRICK FANNING & DANA LANDIS 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240452 • $21.95 • item code: 0458

When Anger Hurts Your Relationship 10 Simple Solutions for Couples Who Fight Conflict in our personal relationships is inevitable; it’s how we handle the anger that arises during these conflicts that determines the difference between healthy discussion and ineffectual rage. In this first-aid manual for angry couples, find tools and strategies you can use to reduce conflict, defuse rage, and avoid anger-provoking situations. Learn communication strategies that defuse anger rather than provoke it. Defeat the cycles that cause repeated anger dynamics to weaken and destroy relationships. KIM PALEG, PHD, & MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD 6 x 9 • 152 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242609 • $16.95 • item code: 2604

When Anger Scares You How to Overcome Your Fear of Conflict & Express Your Anger in Healthy Ways Learn to separate anger from rage or fear. Then practice a series of simple, easy-tofollow exercises that coach you to openly express your anger and constructively address difficult people and situations. The book directs you to align yourself with your anger, using it as a tool for positive change. With these exercises, learn to set and achieve goals for constructive anger expression. JOHN R. LYNCH, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243477 • $22.95 • item code: 3473

Working Anger Preventing & Resolving Conflict on the Job Therapist Ron Potter-Efron offers a step-by-step program designed to help anyone who has had trouble dealing with their own anger or other people’s anger at work. He details the problems that arise when we fail to differentiate between conflicts at work and at home and offers practical suggestions for preventing unnecessary conflicts and resolving disagreements when they do arise. RONALD T. POTTER-EFRON, MSW, PHD 6 x 9 • 166 pages • 1998 • ISBN-13: 9781572241190 • $16.95 • item code: 1195

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The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook Practical DBT Exercises for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation & Distress Tolerance This book, a collaborative effort from three of New Harbinger’s most esteemed authors, fills a conspicuous gap in the DBT literature. It offers general readers and professionals alike straightforward, step-by-step exercises for learning and putting into practice the four core DBT skills: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. Whether used to support work done in therapy or as the basis for self-help, this workbook will bring DBT to readers with unrivaled clarity and effectiveness. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Matthew McKay, PhD, Jeffrey C. Wood, PsyD, & Jeffery Brantley, MD 8 x 10 • 248 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245136 • $22.95 • item code: 5136

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day Difficult emotions like anger, fear, sadness, guilt, and shame are part of being alive and are meant to help protect us, but when they get out of control, these emotions can also cause severe pain. When you’re in the grip of an emotional storm, it’s all too easy to overreact, lash out at others, or become angry with yourself. Therapists created dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, to help people with overwhelming emotions calm themselves when their feelings become too painful or out of control. The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary presents an overview of each of the four DBT skills—distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness— and includes a journal you can use each day to monitor your successes, chart your progress, and stay on track making productive changes in your life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & JEFFREY C. WOOD, PSYD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249561 • $15.95 • item code: 9561

Do-It-Yourself Eye Movement Technique for Emotional Healing This is the first self-help book to teach the use of this technique without a therapist’s assistance. Rapidly reduce emotional conflicts and cope with a wide range of problems, including anxiety and phobia. Deal with depression, anger, and guilt, as well as the stress of life transitions, relationship conflicts, and chronic pain. FRED FRIEDBERG, PHD • FOREWORD BY MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD 6 x 9 • 161 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242562 • $19.95 • item code: 2566

Don’t Let Your Emotions Run Your Life How Dialectical Behavior Therapy Can Put You in Control Dialectical behavior therapy is a powerful tool for overcoming uncontrolled emotions. Step by step, this book shows you how to manage your overwhelming emotions and tolerate life’s stressors so they don’t get the best of you. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SCOTT E. SPRADLIN, MA 8.5 x 11 • 216 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243095 • $19.95 • item code: 3090

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Energy Tapping, Second Edition How to Rapidly Eliminate Anxiety, Depression, Cravings & More Using Energy Psychology Use the simple techniques outlined in this guide to tap into your inherent potential for health, happiness, and confidence. This book shows you how to create customized energy-tapping programs to reduce the impact of negative thoughts and feelings, improve your performance at work, lose weight, eliminate addictions and unproductive patterns of behavior, develop a satisfying romantic relationship, and more. FRED P. GALLO, PhD, & HARRY VINCENZI, EdD 7 x 10 • 320 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245556 • $21.95 • item code: 5556

Mind & Emotions A Universal Treatment for Emotional Disorders We all have our own ways of handling stressful situations without letting emotions get the best of us, but some ways of coping work better than others. This book offers a revolutionary universal treatment program for all emotional disorders that helps you discover which of the seven problematic coping styles is keeping you trapped in a cycle of emotional pain. Instead Read more about this book at of working on difficulties like anxiety, http://nhpubs.com/mind-emotions anger, shame, and depression one by one, you’ll treat the root of all your emotional suffering at once. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Matthew McKay, PhD, Patrick Fanning & Patricia Zurita Ona, PsyD 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820153 • $21.95 • item code: 20153

Neural Path Therapy How to Change Your Brain’s Response to Anger, Fear, Pain & Desire This book introduces readers to neural network learning theory. The basic idea is that neural pathways strengthen with use and weaken with disuse. While certain events are likely to provoke a hardwired neural response in us, we are capable of creating new neural paths with no more than a thought. Instead of letting automatic triggers dictate our responses to painful events, we can use this characteristic of our nervous systems to short-circuit the responses that lead to painful thoughts and emotions. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & DAVID HARP, MA 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244269 • $20.95 • item code: 4267

Stop Overreacting Effective Strategies for Calming Your Emotions Why is it that some people can reflect and respond to stressful situations in an honest but calm way, and others simply explode? Stop Overreacting presents a model for coping with intense reactions to difficult or overwhelming emotions. You’ll learn new skills for neutralizing emotional triggers and returning to the moment when you feel overwhelmed instead of lashing out or retreating into depression and/or anxiety. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JUDITH P. SIEGEL, PHD, LCSW 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247239 • $16.95 • item code: 7239

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Thoughts & Feelings, Fourth Edition Taking Control of Your Moods & Your Life

A workbook for changing your life

You may struggle with anxiety and depression, or feel that procrastination or perfectionism is holding you back. Regardless of the issue, you’ve come to this book with a desire to change your thoughts and feelings for the better. This classic self-help workbook offers powerful cognitive therapy tools for making that happen.

Now in its fourth edition, Thoughts and Feelings provides you with twenty evidencebased techniques that can be combined to create a personal treatment plan for overcoming a range of mental health concerns, including worry, panic attacks, depression, low self-esteem, anger, and emotional and behavioral challenges of any kind. Customize your plan to address multiple concerns at once, or troubleshoot the thoughts and feelings that bother you most. Used and recommended by the most renowned and respected therapists, this comprehensive mental health workbook offers all of best psychological tools for quickly regaining mastery over your moods and emotions. This endlessly useful guide has helped thousands of readers: • Challenge self-sabotaging patterns of thinking • Practice relaxation techniques to maintain self-control in stressful situations • Change the core beliefs that drive painful emotions • Identify and prioritize their values for a more focused, fulfilling life

“Eminently readable and helpful for professionals as well as patients.” —Aaron T. Beck, MD, president of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research Psychopathology

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Matthew McKay, PhD, Martha Davis, PhD, & Patrick Fanning 8 x 10 • 312 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608822089 • $24.95 • item code: 22089

Writing for Emotional Balance A Guided Journal to Help You Manage Overwhelming Emotions The process of writing about overwhelming emotions is a remarkably effective way to create clarity and perspective in your life. Regular journal writers and diarists rely on their writing to help them keep their emotions in perspective; this book distills the best emotional benefits of regular personal writing into a series of engaging and easy-to-practice exercises. This book begins by helping you explore why you were drawn to journaling in the first place and what your goals are for your writing experiments. Short projects help you name your emotions, distancing you from these overwhelming feelings so that you can deal with them more constructively. By practicing these exercises, you’ll develop a language of positive imagery that can help you foster peace of mind. BETH JACOBS, PHD 7 x 10 • 144 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243828 • $24.95 • item code: 3821

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Caring for Your Grieving Child Engaging Activities for Dealing with Loss & Transition Recognize the difficulty children have in dealing with grief. Learn to use easy and effective play-based techniques to heal emotional wounds. Establish healthy communication with your grieving child. MARTHA WAKENSHAW, MA, LMHC FOREWORD BY HERMAN M. FRANKEL, MD 6 x 9 • 162 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243064 • $16.95 • item code: 3066

The End-of-Life Handbook A Compassionate Guide to Connecting with & Caring for a Dying Loved One The miracles of modern medicine allow us to live longer with serious medical conditions than ever before. Following a terminal diagnosis, patients may live for months or years before passing away. A side effect of this reality is that patients and their families are facing unprecedented choices about the end of life. If you have a loved one nearing the end, you’ll face many difficult questions. This practical guide offers you caring, compassionate, and practical advice on dealing with the process of a loved one’s death. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

David B. Feldman, PhD, & S. Andrew Lasher, Jr., MD Foreword by Ira Byock, MD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245112 • $17.95 • item code: 5112

Grief’s Courageous Journey A Workbook This workbook provides a program for remembering and putting to rest grief issues from your past. Journaling exercises and suggestions for healing personal rituals help you safely redefine your life and re-create your future. SANDI CAPLAN & GORDON LANG 6 x 9 • 160 pages • 1995 • ISBN 9781572240179 • $16.95 • item code: 0172

Grieving Mindfully A Compassionate & Spiritual Guide to Coping with Loss This book offers readers ways to cope with the events and situations that trigger personal grief by using mindfulness exercises and radical acceptance, a concept that encourages the experience of grief rather than its denial. Ultimately, the book presents strategies for making life more meaningful by acknowledging death and working to embrace life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SAMEET M. KUMAR, PHD • Foreword by jeffrey brantley, md 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244016 • $15.95 • item code: 4011

Saying Good-Bye to the Pet You Love A Complete Resource to Help You Heal Deal with the loss of a beloved pet with the help of this guide. Evaluate your level of pet attachment. Work through your grief with specific bereavement techniques: memorializing your lost pet, recognizing problematic thinking, and finding support. LORI A. GREENE, PHD, & JACQUELYN LANDIS 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243071 • $16.95 • item code: 3074

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10 Simple Solutions for Building Self-Esteem How to End Self-Doubt, Gain Confidence & Create a Positive Self-Image This book distills the best techniques from the author’s successful Self-Esteem Workbook. It also incorporates techniques that make use of mindfulness practice. With a little patience and practice, readers will discover what wonderful, valuable people they really are. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Glenn R. Schiraldi, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 184 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244955 • $15.95 • item code: 4955

Conquer Your Critical Inner Voice

A Revolutionary Program to Counter Negative Thoughts & Live Free from Imagined Limitations The step-by-step exercises and self-assessments in this book help you employ these ideas to develop your self-esteem and reverse self-critical damage to your life and goals. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ROBERT W. FIRESTONE, PHD, LISA FIRESTONE, PHD, & JOYCE CATLETT, MA 7 x 10 • 232 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242876 • $21.95 • item code: 2876

My Mother, My Mirror

Recognizing & Making the Most of Inherited Self-Images In My Mother, My Mirror, an experienced psychotherapist explores how mothers unwittingly pass on their self-esteem and body image issues to their daughters, helps you break the cycle when parenting your own daughters, and guides you through the process of overcoming the hidden negative messages that keep you from reaching your fullest potential. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAURA ARENS FUERSTEIN, PHD 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245693 • $17.95 • item code: 5693

The Woman’s Guide to Total Self-Esteem The Eight Secrets You Need to Know This comprehensive approach to reconstructing self-esteem helps you discover how to heal old wounds, assess your strengths and weaknesses, and test your skills at work, at home, and in your relationships. STEPHANIE DILLON, PHD, WITH M. CHRISTINA BENSON, MD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242418 • $15.95 • item code: 2418

What’s Right with Me Positive Ways to Celebrate Your Strengths, Build Self-Esteem & Reach Your Potential You have dozens of wonderful qualities that make you capable, valuable, and worthy of love. Often it’s easy to ignore these positive attributes and obsess on the things about yourself that aren’t perfect. In this book you’ll find a warm and engaging set of activities you can use to identify what’s right in your life. Through guided reflection and journaling, you’ll learn to find strength and self-reliance in your own best qualities. You’ll get to know yourself better, and you’ll love all the wonderful things you’ll discover in the process. CARLENE DEROO, PHD, & CAROLYN DEROO 7.25 x 9 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244429 • $16.95 • item code: 4429

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Self-Esteem, Third Edition

A Proven Program of Cognitive Techniques for Assessing, Improving & Maintaining Your Self-Esteem With over 600,000 copies sold, this classic has long been the most comprehensive guide to building a healthier self-esteem. Tackle issues like negative self-talk, shame, unreasonable personal expectations, and more. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 6 x 9 • 328 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241985 • $17.95 • item code: 1985

The Self-Esteem Workbook

This comprehensive program guides you through twenty essential self-esteem-building activities. Each focuses on developing a different aspect of a healthy self-image. Dozens of checklists and exercises help you conquer self-doubt, achieve a positive self-image, and begin to live a happier, healthier life. Since you can practice each activity right on the pages of the book, you’ll easily be able to make them a part of your everyday life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

GLENN R. SCHIRALDI, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 200 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242524 • $21.95 • item code: 2523

The Self-Esteem Companion Simple Exercises to Help You Challenge Your Inner Critic & Celebrate Your Personal Strengths This motivating companion presents more than sixty simple exercises you can use to overcome a punishing inner critic. Make a realistic inventory of your abilities and weaknesses. Learn to celebrate your personal strengths. Each exercise includes tips for maximizing the technique’s effectiveness and simple step-by-step instructions for putting it into practice. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, PATRICK FANNING, CAROLE HONEYCHURCH, MA, & CATHARINE SUTKER 7 x 7 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244115 • $17.95 • item code: 4119

The Self-Esteem Guided Journal A 10-Week Program This journal offers readers a ten-week program of writing exercises that will help them shift their focus from the things wrong with their lives to the things that are right. The book begins with a week of journaling about nonjudgment—regarding everything from people in the news to your own behavior. Then it guides readers to discover their strengths and redefine their weaknesses. Readers review their pasts to see how formative events have affected their self-esteem. They directly explore their experiences with their own self-esteem Achilles heel and learn to create daily opportunities to experience their personal worth. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & CATHARINE SUTKER 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244023 • $16.95 • item code: 402X

Better Boundaries

Owning & Treasuring Your Life If you feel like you have trouble saying no to others, at work or at home, this book will help you establish more effective boundaries. JAN BLACK & GREG ENNS 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241077 • $16.95 • item code: 1071

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Five Good Minutes® Series Five Good Minutes ® 100 Morning Practices to Help You Stay Calm & Focused All Day Long This book provides guided imagery, relaxation, mindfulness, and meditation practices—fun activities that relieve stress and create meaning and purpose in your day. www.fivegoodminutes.com (Five Good Minutes is a registered trademark of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.)

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JEFFREY BRANTLEY, MD, & WENDY MILLSTINE 6 x 6 • 248 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244146 • $14.95 • item code: 4143

Five Good Minutes® in the Evening 100 Mindful Practices to Help You Unwind from the Day & Make the Most of Your Night From the authors of Five Good Minutes, these one hundred engaging practices can lead you out of a hectic day and into a peaceful night. This collection of mindfulness exercises, positive visualizations, and affirmations can become a powerful force for change in your life. In no time at all, the five good minutes you give yourself in the evening can help you renew your vitality and passion for life. (Five Good Minutes is a registered trademark of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JEFFREY BRANTLEY, MD, & WENDY MILLSTINE, NC 6 x 6 • 256 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244559 • $15.95 • item code: 4550

Five Good Minutes® at Work 100 Mindful Practices to Help You Relieve Stress & Bring Your Best to Work Each of these practices is designed to help you relax, focus, and reflect on what really matters to you. Whether sitting at your desk or ducking into the supply closet, you can include these stress-relieving and centering activities into even the busiest schedule. Exercises help you to deal with difficult coworkers, tyrannical bosses, impossible deadlines, and more. Just five minutes a day will reward you with increased productivity, reduced workplace conflict, and a sense of serenity that will start to spread to the rest of your life. (Five Good Minutes is a registered trademark of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.)

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Jeffrey Brantley, MD, & Wendy Millstine, NC 6 x 6 • 264 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244900 • $14.95 • item code: 4900

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10 Simple Solutions to Stress How to Tame Tension & Start Enjoying Your Life Based on positive psychology, mind-body medicine, and cognitive behavioral therapy, the ten solutions in this book take stress management to an unprecedented level of effectiveness. These short assessments, lifestyle enhancement tips, and emergency stress rescue techniques help readers to cope effectively with stress and to reduce its frequency in their lives. Claire Michaels Wheeler, MD, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 192 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244764 • $15.95 • item code: 4764

The Daily Relaxer Relax Your Body, Calm Your Mind & Refresh Your Spirit Whether it’s deep breathing, progressive relaxation, or mindfulness meditation, you can learn each of these tension-relieving activities in just five minutes and start practicing them right away with amazing results. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 6 x 6 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244542 • $14.95 • item code: 4542

The Daily Relaxer Audio Companion Soothing Guided Meditations for Deep Relaxation Anytime, Anywhere In the spirit of the book The Daily Relaxer, this two-CD set will help listeners engage in short, simple practices that promote deep, lasting, and restorative relaxation. The exercises draw on proven-effective techniques such as autogenic breathing, visualization, and thought-stopping to help listeners relieve stress and deeply relax. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 2 audio CDs • 104 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246362 • $19.95 • item code: 6362

A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook With this book, you can learn mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), a clinically proven program for alleviating stress, anxiety, panic, depression, chronic pain, and a wide range of medical conditions. Taught in classes and clinics worldwide, this powerful approach shows you how to focus on the present moment in order to permanently change the way you handle stress. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BOB STAHL, PHD, & ELISHA GOLDSTEIN, PHD FOREWORD BY JON KABAT-ZINN, PHD AFTERWORD BY SAKI SANTORELLI, EDD 8 x 10 • 240 pages • 2010 ��� ISBN 9781572247086 • $24.95 • item code: 7086

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Stress Less, Live More How Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Can Help You Live a Busy yet Balanced Life “I’m never going to finish this project on time.” “This is hopeless; everything’s going wrong.” “Why do I try to do everything at once?” A busy life is full of stressful situations—that’s a given. But that doesn’t mean there is nothing you can do. Stress Less, Live More presents a program based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) that can help you train your brain to react to stress in a different way. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RICHARD BLONNA, EDD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247093 • $16.95 • item code: 7093

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The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide Essential Skills for Living Well in an Overstimulating World From this book, HSPs will learn tips for reducing the influence of provocative sensory experiences, such as excessive light and noise, in the home and office. Meditation and relaxation techniques help to reduce the anxiety caused by heightened sensitivity. TED ZEFF, PHD • FOreword by Elaine N. Aron, PhD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243965 • $16.95 • item code: 3961

The Highly Sensitive Person’s Companion Daily Exercises for Calming Your Senses in an Overstimulating World In his first book, The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide, author Ted Zeff presented ways to manage your heightened sensitivity. Now, in this take-along daily companion, he offers practical tips and exercises you can use to find inner peace in any environment. Each chapter of the book addresses overstimulation as it occurs in a specific aspect of life: relationships, work, exercise, and more. Let this book be your pocket-sized guide to finding the calm you need to enjoy and thrive with your heightened sensitivity without feeling overwhelmed. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Ted Zeff, PhD 5 x 7 • 192 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244931 • $16.95 • item code: 4931

High on Stress A Woman’s Guide to Optimizing the Stress in Her Life Some of the negative stress we feel can be transformed into a beneficial experience. Explore a variety of enlightening exercises designed to help you rethink the role of stress in your life. SIMONE RAVICZ, PHD, MBA 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241107 • $16.95 • item code: 1101

Everyday Bliss for Busy Women Energy Balancing Secrets for Complete Health & Vitality After rushing through your morning routine, dropping the kids off at school, completing your responsibilities at the office, and handling other daily duties, it’s really no wonder that you feel drained at the end of the day. It is possible, though, to find room in even the most hectic schedule to enjoy life moment-by-moment and refocus on the goals that matter most to you. This book shows you how to stop living at warp speed and reclaim your life for yourself. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARYAM WEBSTER, MED 5 x 7 • 216 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245679 • $14.95 • item code: 5679

The Mindful Woman Gentle Practices for Restoring Calm, Finding Balance & Opening Your Heart Imagine a day in which you can be in the midst of chaos but maintain a clear head, a sense of balance and focus, and have your feet firmly planted on the ground. Even the busiest women among us have the ability to embrace mindfulness and will reap the benefits of doing so! In this book, Sue Patton Thoele shows you how to incorporate mindfulness into your busy and dynamic life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUE PATTON THOELE 5.25 x 7.5 • 224 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245426 • $15.95 • item code: 5426

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Mindfulness to Go How to Meditate While You’re On the Move Mindfulness to Go presents a fast-track approach to helping you reap the benefits of mindfulness meditation: decreased anxiety and depression, increased self-acceptance, more fluid adaptation to change, improved concentration and creativity, and enhanced quality of life. These simple off-the-mat meditations are written in a humorous and straightforward style and are designed to fit into everyday tasks. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

David Harp, MA 5 x 7 • 224 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249899 • $16.95 • item code: 9899

Urban Mindfulness Cultivating Peace, Presence & Purpose in the Middle of It All Respectful of the challenges and advantages that arise when you live or work in the city, Urban Mindfulness provides practical advice for transforming everyday experiences into opportunities for contemplation, stress relief, and fulfillment. Filled with insightful reflections and exercises you can do at work, at home, or even while riding the subway, this guide will help you achieve and maintain the sense of peace and calm that you’ve been seeking. You’ll A Read more about this book at find yourself returning to this must-have http://nhpubs.com/urban-mind guide again and again for for city gentle reminders that will help you create stillness within yourself as the dwellers outside world rushes crazily by. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JONATHAN S. KAPLAN, PHD 5 x 7 • 200 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247499 • $15.95 • item code: 7499

The Mindfulness Workbook A Beginner’s Guide to Overcoming Fear & Embracing Compassion Mindfulness, or concentrated awareness of one’s thoughts and actions, has been clinically shown to be effective for the management of stress, anxiety and panic, chronic pain, depression, obsessive thinking, strong emotional reactivity, and many physical and mental health conditions. This workbook guides readers through ten exercises that enable them to experience mindfulness for themselves as a practical, attainable state from which they can see their lives more clearly. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

THOMAS ROBERTS, LCSW, LMFT 8 x 10 • 216 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246751 • $21.95 • item code: 6751

Leave Your Mind Behind The Everyday Practice of Finding Stillness Amid Rushing Thoughts The light-hearted practices in this book will teach you how to observe your thoughts without getting caught up in them. These activities won’t tell you to stop or control problematic thinking. Instead, they’ll show you how to watch your thoughts without judgment and learn to live with the confounding and marvelous word-making, storytelling machine that is your mind. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

matthew mckay, PhD, & catharine sutker 5 x 7 • 152 pages • 2007 • ISBN: 9781572245341 • $16.95 • item code: 5341

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The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, Sixth Edition Now in its sixth edition, this workbook, highly regarded by therapists and their clients, remains the “go-to” source for stress reduction strategies that can be incorporated into even the busiest lives.

Over one million copies in print

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MARTHA DAVIS, PHD, ELIZABETH ROBBINS ESHELMAN, MSW, & MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD 8 x 10 • 392 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245495 • $21.95 • item code: 5495

The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series Applied Relaxation Training

This CD brings together a number of proven relaxation techniques to help you reverse the effects of high stress in less than a minute. Listeners relax by using a physical relaxation process and learn to achieve deep relaxation in twenty to thirty seconds. Matthew McKay, PhD, & Patrick Fanning audio CD • 41 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246379 • $13.95 • item code: 6379

Body Awareness & Imagination

Muscle tension is the body’s way of letting you know that you are stressed, and body awareness is the first step toward acknowledging and reducing that stress. This program teaches listeners how to relax in response to these early signs. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING audio CD • 49 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246386 • $13.95 • item code: 6386

Meditation & Autogenics

This audio program of basic meditation techniques is designed to help you achieve total relaxation in only a few short weeks of practice. Listeners learn clinically proven autogenic methods to help lower the pulse and increase circulation to every area of the body. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING audio CD • 74 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246409 • $13.95 • item code: 6409

Progressive Relaxation & Breathing

This audio CD presents a highly effective progressive relaxation technique developed by notable physician Edmund Jacobson and used by psychologists and physical therapists. This method can be used to relax the major muscle groups and reduce anxiety. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING audio CD • 39 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246393 • $13.95 • item code: 6393

Stress Reduction

In this audio program, you will learn about the physical and mental signs of stress and identify their own stress triggers. The CD includes several visualization exercises to do when you feel overwhelmed to help you stay relaxed, productive, and in control. PATRICK FANNING audio CD • 66 minutes • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246416 • $13.95 • item code: 6416

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Pleasure Healing Mindful Practices & Sacred Spa Rituals for Self-Nurturing Spas have become self-care oases for millions of people living busy, hectic lives. This book will help you spark the same relaxation response every day by bringing mindfulness techniques including meditation, healing breathwork, aromatherapy, and other pleasure-healing rituals into your daily routine. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARY BETH JANSSEN • FOREWORD BY HORST M. RECHELBACHER 5 x 7 • 256 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245747 • $15.95 • item code: 5747

Serenity to Go Calming Techniques for Your Hectic Life Transform your traffic jams, put the Muzak on hold, and turn long lines at the supermarket into opportunities for refreshment. Learn to breathe more effectively, stretch in safe and inconspicuous ways, and enjoy light-hearted diversions for waiting out a “Don’t Walk” sign or taking a stroll to the watercooler. MINA HAMILTON 5 x 8 • 150 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242357 • $14.95 • item code: 2353

Transforming Stress The HeartMath® Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue & Tension This book teaches you to use the HeartMath ® method, enabling you to see and experience in real time how thoughts and emotions affect your heart rhythms. Changes brought about through this method are fast acting and long lasting. (HeartMath is a registered trademark of the Institute of HeartMath.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DOC CHILDRE & DEBORAH ROZMAN, PHD 5.25 x 7.5 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243972 • $14.95 • item code: 397X

Write Your Own Prescription for Stress Balance demands with coping resources. Identify the optimal strategy for dealing with the stress in your life. Learn techniques that will allow you to cope with stressful experiences as they occur. KENNETH B. MATHENY, PHD, ABPP, & CHRISTOPHER J. MCCARTHY, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242159 • $16.95 • item code: 2159

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After the Stork The Couple’s Guide to Preventing & Overcoming Postpartum Depression Written by a clinical psychologist specializing in postpartum depression, After the Stork clearly explains this often misunderstood condition and offers a revolutionary approach to stopping depression in its tracks. You’ll discover powerful tools for addressing the sleep deprivation, financial tensions, and stress that can cause depression to take hold, and finally be able to make more room for experiencing the joy of welcoming a new child into your home. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SARA ROSENQUIST, PHD • FOREWORD BY MICHAEL D. YAPKO, PHD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248632 • $18.95 • item code: 8632

Breastfeeding Made Simple, Second Edition Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers This new edition has been updated with the latest research on breastfeeding and includes advice for correcting common problems. Chapters offer guidance for maintaining proper attachment, reducing the pain of nursing, understanding normal breastfeeding patterns, maintaining adequate milk production, weaning, and more. Special situations, such as mothers with breast reductions and infants with special needs, are also addressed by this comprehensive handbook. Also, the book now includes a useful index you can use to find solutions quickly and easily. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NANCY MOHRBACHER, IBCLC, FILCA, & KATHLEEN KENDALL-TACKETT, PHD, IBCLC FOREWORD BY JACK NEWMAN, MD 6 x 9 • 352 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248618 • $18.95 • item code: 8618

The Baby Emergency Handbook Lifesaving Information Every Parent Needs to Know When your baby faces a medical emergency, what should you do? Sometimes your intuition is spot-on, but other times it’s entirely wrong. With this life saving guide close at hand, you’ll be ready to handle over forty common infant and toddler emergencies, including falls, high fevers, bee stings, burns, and more. Cowritten by a child psychologist and an emergency physician, each entry in The Baby Emergency Handbook provides step-by-step guidance for handling the emergency and advice to help you distinguish minor “owies” from serious accidents. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PHD, RICHARD L. JABLOW, MD, FACEP, & JULIA HOLMES 6 x 6 • 192 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245662 • $14.95 • item code: 5662

The Holistic Baby Guide Alternative Care for Common Health Problems An invaluable reference that belongs on every parent’s bookshelf, The Holistic Baby Guide offers simple and natural remedies for treating the symptoms of common ailments. It also provides a fully integrated plan for building your baby’s immune system to prevent chronic medical problems and ensure your baby’s good health. RANDALL NEUSTAEDTER, OMD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246935 • $18.95 • item code: 6935

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The Attachment Connection Parenting a Secure & Confident Child Using the Science of Attachment Theory This book sorts out the facts from the fiction about parent-child attachment and shows how paying attention to the emotional needs of your baby or toddler can help him or her grow up healthy, secure, and confident. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RUTH P. NEWTON, PHD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245204 • $16.95 • item code: 5204

Boy Talk How You Can Help Your Son Express His Emotions This book provides you with practical, everyday strategies for teaching your son to develop a full range of emotional awareness and expression. Learn effective approaches for dealing with specific problem behaviors and situations. Find out about new and creative ways to connect with your son. MARY POLCE-LYNCH, PHD • FOREWORD BY MICHAEL GURIAN 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2002 • ISBN: 9781572242715 • $22.95 • item code: 271X

Kid Cooperation How to Stop Yelling, Nagging & Pleading & Get Kids to Cooperate Get practical skills that will help end sibling fights and boost your children’s self-esteem. Learn to exercise constructive discipline with understanding and authority. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ELIZABETH PANTLEY • FOreword by William Sears, MD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240407• $17.95 • item code: 0407

Kids Today, Parents Tomorrow A research-based and tested student reader and accompanying teacher’s guide, these books teach parenting and relationship skills to high school students. Find all the information, materials, and handouts you need to put this flexible program into practice Student Reader: KIM PALEG, PHD 6 x 9 • 153 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241541 • $9.95 • item code: 1543 Teacher’s Guide: MONA LOY KLEIN 8.5 x 11 • 223 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241800 • $18.95 • item code: 1802

The Balanced Mom Raising Your Kids Without Losing Your Self This book offers dozens of simple tips to help you create the time and space you need to reconnect with an amazing person—you! This is the best gift you can give yourself. Discover simple ways to feel good about encouraging independence in your kids. BRIA SIMPSON, MA 6 x 8 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244535 • $14.95 • item code: 4534

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Mindful Motherhood Practical Tools for Staying Sane During Pregnancy & Your Child’s First Year From hormones to stretch marks, labor pains to diaper changes, motherhood is an adventure like none other. Mindfulness can help you meet the challenge and approach every experience with your new baby with open eyes and an open heart. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CASSANDRA VIETEN, PHD FOREWORD BY SYLVIA BOORSTEIN, PHD 6 x 8 • 216 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246294 • $16.95 • item code: 6294

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The Joy of Parenting An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years This book is a compassionate guide for parents who sometimes feel overwhelmed— that is, all parents. The acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) skills in this book will help you develop the flexibility and mindfulness to help your child make critical transitions and gracefully move past the bumps along the way. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LISA W. COYNE, PHD, & AMY R. MURRELL, PHD FOREWORD BY KELLY WILSON, PHD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245938 • $17.95 • item code: 5938

Parenting Your Adopted Older Child How to Overcome the Unique Challenges & Raise a Happy & Healthy Child Learn to identify your child’s unique needs. Create healthy bonds. Cope with prenatal drug or alcohol exposure. Help your child deal with grief and loss, heal from abuse, and handle culture shock. Create a loving home environment. Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

BRENDA MCCREIGHT, PHD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242845 • $22.95 • item code: 2841

Parenting Your Stressed Child 10 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Practices to Help Your Child Manage Stress & Build Essential Life Skills Parenting Your Stressed Child helps parents, teachers, and school counselors identify signs of stress in their children and teach them simple mindfulness skills for staying resilient and calm in the face of stress, including breath awareness exercises, mindful movement, progressive Read more about this book at muscle relaxation, visualization, loving http://nhpubs.com/stressed-child kindness, and counting your blessings. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Michelle L. Bailey, MD, FAAP 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249790 • $16.95 • item code: 9790

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The Power of Validation Arming Your Child Against Bullying, Peer Pressure, Addiction, Self-Harm & Out-of-Control Emotions The Power of Validation breaks validation skills into practical steps parents can use to respond to their child’s internal experiences in healthy ways without necessarily condoning their child’s behaviors. In this book, you will learn to pay attention to your child, acknowledge the child’s thoughts and feelings, and help your child through the process of developing an identity of his or her own. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Karyn D. Hall, PhD & Melissa H. Cook, LPC foreword by Shari Y. Manning, PHD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820337 • $16.95 • item code: 20337

Family Guide to Emotional Wellness Proven Self-Help Techniques & Exercises for Dealing with Common Problems & Building Crucial Life Skills Keep this book next to your household’s medical manual. Find strategies for coping with an unexpected crisis. Deal with anxiety or depression. Help family members change harmful habits and develop healthy lifestyles. PATRICK FANNING & MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, EDITORS 8.5 x 11 • 744 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242074 • $29.95 • item code: 2078

The Co-Parenting Survival Guide Letting Go of Conflict after a Difficult Divorce Practical suggestions help you avoid common traps and get past hot spots that lead to constant squabbling. Negotiate holidays and other transitions. Develop skills to sustain a co-parenting partnership based on love and concern for your children. ELIZABETH S. THAYER, PHD, & JEFFREY ZIMMERMAN, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242456 • $17.95 • item code: 2450

Going Home without Going Crazy How to Get Along with Your Parents & Family (Even When They Push Your Buttons) Use the four-level conflict continuum to understand conflict within your family and work toward resolution. With these ideas in mind, you can use the book’s other techniques to deal with anger, communicate more effectively, and strengthen relationships. ANDRA MEDEA 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244498 • $14.95 • item code: 4496

Punishment on Trial A Resource Guide to Child Discipline In these days of positive reinforcement and the ubiquitous “time out,” is punishment still a valuable tool for disciplining children? And what forms of punishment are effective— or even permissible? This must-have book for professionals, parents, and teachers demystifies the issue of punishment. It offers reliable techniques for altering undesirable behaviors, including a model for the responsible use of punishment. An engaging blend of sound science, clinical experience, and old-fashioned common sense. Ennio Cipani 6 x 9 • 137 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781878978516 • US $24.95 • item code: C8519

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Connecting the Dots Breakthroughs in Communication as Alzheimer’s Advances If you have a loved one in the middle or late stages of Alzheimer’s disease, you know how frustrating and difficult it can be to communicate. But it’s not impossible to maintain a real relationship with your friend or family member, even as his or her Alzheimer’s advances. Connecting the Dots offers practical techniques for decoding the language of Alzheimer’s to improve communication. With this book as your guide, you can better navigate your relationship with your loved one and keep a meaningful connection. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JUDITH L. LONDON, PHD • FOREWORD BY JANE E. BRODY 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572247000 • $18.95 • item code: 7000

Talking to Alzheimer’s Simple Ways to Connect When You Visit with a Family Member or Friend This book offers real hope if you are struggling to sustain a relationship with an Alzheimer’s patient. Practical suggestions help you enjoy the interactions. End your visits feeling that the bond between the two of you is alive and well. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CLAUDIA J. STRAUSS Foreword by ZaVEN S. Khachaturian, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 192 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242708 • $16.95 • item code: 2701

children with special needs

The Gift of ADHD, Second Edition How to Transform Your Child’s Problems into Strengths This second edition of The Gift of ADHD includes compelling new research indicating that the impulses that lead your child to act exuberantly may correspond with unusual levels of creativity and a heightened capacity for insight into the feelings and emotions of others. ADHD expert Lara Honos-Webb presents the evidence for this revolutionary concept and explains how you can help your child develop control over inattentive, hyperactive behavior and enhance the five gifts of ADHD: creativity, attunement to nature, interpersonal intuition, energetic enthusiasm, and emotional sensitivity. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LARA HONOS-WEBB, PHD FOREWORD BY SCOTT M. SHANNON, MD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248502 • $16.95 • item code: 8502

The Gift of ADHD Activity Book 101 Ways to Turn Your Child’s Problems into Strengths When it comes to raising healthy, happy kids, positive encouragement and support can work miracles where attempts to change and control create frustration and resentment. In this book, psychologist Lara Honos-Webb offers a positive, strengthsaffirming new way to look at kids who present behaviors associated with attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Instead of struggling to “tame” your easily distracted child, she shows you how to appreciate your child’s creativity, sensitivity, and passion for living with simple and engaging activities you can do together in just a few minutes each day. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Lara Honos-Webb, PhD 5 x 7 • 168 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245150 • $14.95 • item code: 5150

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Drugs & Your Kid How to Tell If Your Child Has a Drug/Alcohol Problem & What to Do about It If you suspect that your child has a drug problem, how can you know for sure? With this guide, learn to assess your child’s problem and to intervene successfully. Choose intervention styles that match your parenting style. Learn tips for setting limits, dealing with uncooperative behavior, and making informed decisions about treatment programs. PETER D. ROGERS, PHD, & LEA GOLDSTEIN, PHD 6 x 9 • 180 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572243019 • $15.95 • item code: 3015

Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder or Asperger’s Disorder, Second Edition A Parent’s Guide This revised and updated edition presents easy and engaging activities that can help you help your child socialize with humor and empathy, organize his or her daily activities, multitask, and more. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

kathryn stewart, PhD 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245266 • $18.95 • item code: 5266

Helping Your Angry Child A Workbook for You & Your Family Learn the skills necessary to parent an angry child. Teach children anger management skills. Examine issues in your past that keep you from being a nurturing parent when confronted with your child’s unpredictable rages. DARLYNE GAYNOR NEMETH, PHD, KELLY PAULK RAY, PHD, & MAYDEL MORIN SCHEXNAYDER, MS 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243125 • $24.95 • item code: 3120

Helping Your Anxious Child, Second Edition A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents This updated version of a best-selling classic guides parents through the process of helping their child overcome anxiety and fears. You’ll learn to combine strategies and techniques to create a comprehensive self-help program personalized to meet the needs of your child. This book describes common types of childhood anxiety, explains how anxiety originates, and presents you with many options for dealing with the problem, with or without a therapist’s help. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RONALD M. RAPEE, PhD, ANN WIGNALL, D. Psych, SUSAN H. SPENCE, PhD, VANESSA COBHAM, PhD, & HEIDI LYNEHAM, PhD 6 x 9 • 296 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245754 • $17.95 • item code: 5754

Helping Your Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder A Step-by-Step Workbook for Families If a child you love has ASD, you already know that Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) can greatly stress the emotional, financial, and social resources of any family. With this workbook, you can learn the latest and most effective ASD management techniques, including a program that provides step-by-step guidelines for fostering children’s abilities and enhancing the health of the whole family. STEPHANIE B. LOCKSHIN, PHD, BCBA, JENNIFER M. GILLIS, MA, BCBA, & RAYMOND ROMANCZYK, PHD, BCBA 8.5 x 11 • 240 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243842 • $21.95 • item code: 3848

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Helping Your Child with OCD A Workbook for Parents of Children with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Children with obsessive-compulsive disorder may need to engage in ritualistic behavior—counting, checking, washing, hoarding—as a part of their daily routine. Left untreated, this problem can lead to debilitating stress and embarrassment during their school years and a lifetime of struggle with anxiety. This book is a personalized guide for parents of a child with OCD. After reading it, you will better understand the causes of the disorder and the scope of available treatments. Find out which techniques are most effective. LEE FITZGIBBONS, PHD, & CHERRY PEDRICK, RN 8.5 x 11 • 190 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243323 • $29.95 • item code: 3325

Helping Your Child Overcome an Eating Disorder What You Can Do at Home Children need practical and supportive guidance to overcome eating disorders. Learn to communicate with a child about these problems. Facilitate proper eating and exercise habits at home with cognitive behavioral techniques. This book includes questionnaires and checklists to involve the entire family in recovery. BETHANY A. TEACHMAN, PHD, MARLENE B. SCHWARTZ, PHD, BONNIE S. GORDIC, BA, & BRENDA S. COYLE, PHD 7 x 10 • 240 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243101 • $19.95 • item code: 3104

Helping Your Child Overcome Separation Anxiety or School Refusal A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents Every parent is familiar with the clingy child who doesn’t want to be left alone. Separation anxiety, a clinical term for this kind of behavior, is usually a normal part of the developmental process. Sometimes, though, extreme or persistent kinds of behaviors can cause problems for both parents and children. This book offers parents effective techniques for dealing with both normal separation anxiety issues and with separation anxiety disorder (SAD), one of the most common psychological problems observed among young children. Step-by-step strategies for confronting and easing a child’s fears are given throughout the book. Parents working with this book will be able to make significant progress with their children in a short time, helping them resume normal childhood activities like going to school and socializing with other children. ANDREW R. EISEN, PHD, & LINDA B. ENGLER, PHD FOREWORD BY JOSHUA D. SPARROW, MD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244313 • $16.95 • item code: 4313

Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking This book is the first available for parents of children with selective mutism. It offers a broad overview of the condition and reviews the diagnostic criteria for the disorder. The book details a plan parents can use to coordinate professional treatment of their child’s disorder. It also explains the steps they can take on their own to encourage their child to speak comfortably in school and in his or her peer group. All of the book’s strategies employ a gradual “stepladder” approach. The techniques gently encourage children to speak more while at the same time helping them feel safe and supported. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ANGELA E. MCHOLM, PHD, CHARLES E. CUNNINGHAM, PHD, & MELANIE K. VANIER, MA • FOREWORD BY RONALD M. RAPEE, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244160 • $18.95 • item code: 416X

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Helping Your Depressed Child A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents This book teaches you how to assess the causes of childhood depression and identify symptoms. Evaluate professional treatment options, including talking and drug therapy. Help your child to think positively through monitoring, positive affirmation, and creative visualization. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARTHA UNDERWOOD BARNARD, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243224 • $16.95 • item code: 3228

Helping Your Socially Vulnerable Child What to Do When Your Child Is Shy, Socially Anxious, Withdrawn, or Bullied In this book, the husband-and-wife team provides you with a clinically proven set of coping tools and social-skill strategies you can tailor to your child’s unique social and emotional needs. Use them to promote confidence, independence, and social ease in your child—whether in the classroom, on the playground, or at play in his or her peer group. As you help your child manage his or her emotions, you’ll lay the groundwork for a more harmonious family life, better school adjustment, and ultimately, social success. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Andrew R. Eisen, PhD, & Linda B. Engler, PhD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244580 • $15.95 • item code: 4580

Life Planning for Adults with Developmental Disabilities A Guide for Parents & Family Members As any parent or caregiver of an individual with developmental disabilities can tell you, planning for the future of an adult with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, severe autism, or another such condition requires hard work and good advice. While complete independence and self-reliance is out of reach for many adults with developmental disabilities, a productive, stable, and enjoyable life is certainly possible. This book is a comprehensive guide to resources you can use to help an adult child or other individual with developmental disabilities for whom you care. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Judith Greenbaum, PhD 7 x 10 • 208 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244511 • $19.95 • item code: 4518

Parenting Your Anxious Child with Mindfulness & Acceptance A Powerful New Approach to Overcoming Fear, Panic & Worry Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy This book presents a set of skills helping kids learn to shift their focus away from anxious thoughts and feelings and focus instead on the things that are most important to them—relationships with friends, learning new things in school, and having fun. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CHRISTOPHER MCCURRY, PHD • FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 6 x 9 • 248 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245792 • $17.95 • item code: 5792

Parenting a Bipolar Child What to Do & Why When a child or adolescent is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it’s hard for his or her parents to know exactly what to do. In this book, a psychiatrist and a psychologist, both specializing in mood disorders, offer a comprehensive overview of the available treatment options and most effective parenting strategies for dealing with this serious condition. GIANNI L. FAEDDA, MD, & NANCY B. AUSTIN, PSYD 6 x 9 • 288 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244238 • $17.95 • item code: 4232

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Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder A Family Guide to Understanding & Supporting Your Sensory-Sensitive Child Strengthen family relationships, improve communication about the disorder, and deal with problem situations and conditions a child with SPD may encounter. CHRISTOPHER R. AUER, MA, WITH SUSAN L. BLUMBERG, PHD FOREWORD BY LUCY JANE MILLER, PHD, OTR 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244634 • $19.95 • item code: 4631

Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts & Aggressive Behaviors Children who are unable to manage their emotions are oversensitive, reactive, and prone to defiant behavior and emotional outbursts, leaving parents feeling bewildered and helpless. If you have a child with intense emotions, this book will help you to accept, acknowledge, and de-escalate your child’s emotions. By learning the skills and strategies in this book, you will be better able to help your child express him or herself effectively. Includes specific exercises to help you practice mindfulness and validation. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAT HARVEY, LCSW-C & JEANINE A. PENZO, LICSW 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246492 • $18.95 • item code: 6492

Parenting Your Out-of-Control Child An Effective, Easy-to-Use Program for Teaching Self-Control This step-by-step program concentrates on the most common out-of-control behavior problems. It advises you on the finer points of effective discipline, including eye contact, body language, tone of voice, and word choice. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

George M. Kalpalka, PhD, ABPP Foreword by Mark S. Kiselica, PhD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244849 • $16.95 • item code: 4849

Teach Me How to Say It Right Helping Your Child with Articulation Problems Decide whether the sound errors your child is experiencing are developmental and within normal limits for his or her age. The book offers a range of strategies to employ when your child does need some extra help to work through a particular speech difficulty. DOROTHY P. DOUGHERTY, MA, CCC-SLP 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244030 • $16.95 • item code: 4038

When Your Child Is Cutting A Parent’s Guide to Helping Children Overcome Self-Injury It’s very hard for a parent to deal with a child in pain. And it’s even harder when a parent feels that he or she has exhausted the knowledge and resources available that might help solve a particular problem. When a child is cutting or engaging in any other form of self-injury, these feelings of pain and helplessness are multiplied. This book tells parents why self-injury happens, how to spot it when it is happening, and how to address this sensitive topic with confidence. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MERRY E. MCVEY-NOBLE, PHD, SONY KHEMLANI-PATEL, PHD, & FUGEN NEZIROGLU, PHD, ABBP, ABPP 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244375 • $17.95 • item code: 4372

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Lawrence Shapiro

Founded by renowned child psychologist Lawrence Shapiro, Instant Help Books offers easy and fun workbooks to teach kids and teens effective skills for dealing with a variety of mental health issues and life challenges.

The ADHD Workbook for Kids Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills & Self-Control All kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) want to manage their symptoms in order to get along better with others, build confidence, and succeed in school, but most don’t have the skills they need to get their impulsive behavior under control. The ADHD Workbook for Kids offers a simple way to help children with ADHD learn these critical skills in just ten minutes a day. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PHD 8 x 10 • 184 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247666 • $16.95 • item code: 7666

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Cool, Calm & Confident A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills Self-assured, assertive kids are not only less likely to be picked on by their peers, they’re also less likely to bully others. If your child is a frequent target for bullies, or has begun to tease and take advantage of other kids, the easy and effective activities in this book can help. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246300 • $16.95 • item code: 6300

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Coping with Tourette Syndrome A Workbook for Kids with Tic Disorders The activities in this workbook address managing TS and related disorders in specific situations, such as at school, at the movies, when out to dinner, on special occasions, when visiting friends for sleepovers or parties, when taking tests, and in places of worship. After completing these exercises, kids with TS will have all the tools they need to handle their tics with confidence and grace in any situation. SANDRA BUFFOLANO, MA 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246324 • $16.95 • item code: 6324

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The Divorce Workbook for Children Help for Kids to Overcome Difficult Family Changes & Grow Up Happy Written by a leading child psychologist, The Divorce Workbook for Children offers parents simple and engaging activities that can help kids address and cope with issues related to parental divorce. The goal of these activities is to help kids feel like they’re not in the middle of the parental conf lict and learn to be more resilient and self-reliant. (For ages six to twelve.)

Lisa M. Schab, LCSW 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246010 • $16.95 • item code: 6010

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Don’t Pick On Me Help for Kids to Stand Up to & Deal with Bullies Now that bullying has moved beyond face-to-face encounters to the world of the Internet, it is more important than ever to arm kids with skills that can help protect them from the bullies they are certain to encounter. The activities in this book will help your children learn effective strategies to use when faced with teasing, name-calling, cyber-bullying, gossiping, and other forms of bullying and harassment. Don’t Pick on Me is filled with ten-minute activities and exercises you and your child can do together to learn how to effectively and safely stand up to a bully. These skills will build self-confidence and self-esteem—assets that will serve your child well through the teenage years and into adulthood. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN EIKOV GREEN 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247130 • $16.95 • item code: 7130

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Finding Sunshine After the Storm A Workbook for Children Healing from Sexual Abuse These simple activities drawn from a variety of therapeutic modalities are best used in combination with counseling to help kids recover from trauma and build confidence. As children work through this book, they will learn to deal with painful feelings in positive ways, reach out for support, and feel proud of themselves. This workbook can help them reclaim the pride, joy, and security they may feel as though they have lost—the sunshine after the storm. SHARON A. McGEE, LMFT, & CURTIS HOLMES, PhD 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246348 • $16.95 • item code: 6348

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I Bet I Won’t Fret A Workbook to Help Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder Anxiety disorders are much more common in children than most people think. They are the number one psychological problem kids face. It’s critical to recognize and treat anxiety in kids early, before these problems develop into serious, lifelong conditions. I Bet I Won’t Fret offers parents a range of proven-effective techniques they can use to help their kids deal with anxiety in just ten minutes a day. (For ages six to twelve.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

TimOTHY A. Sisemore, PhD 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246003 • $16.95 • item code: 6003

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I’m Not Bad, I’m Just Mad A Workbook to Help Kids Control Their Anger Some children have trouble with impulsivity and self-control. Left unaddressed, these issues can lead to some very serious problems in adolescence and adulthood. The book contains forty friendly, effective activities for issues such as recognizing anger triggers, better problem solving, and communication tips for defusing conflict before it gets out of hand. The workbook explores common lifestyle issues such as lack of sleep that can make anger problems worse. These fun activities will help kids talk about their feelings and learn to control them. Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD, ZACH PELTA-HELLER & ANNA F. GREENWALD 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008• ISBN 9781572246065 • $16.95 • item code: 6065

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Knowing Yourself, Knowing Others A Workbook for Children with Asperger’s Disorder, Nonverbal Learning Disorder & Other Social-Skill Problems This illustrated workbook—written by the founders of SuperKids, an innovative program that treats hundreds of children with Asperger’s disorder each year—offers simple exercises you can use to facilitate this important process. It includes activities that will help kids with Asperger’s disorder and related conditions learn how to read social cues, avoid meltdowns, understand others’ needs and intentions, resolve conflicts with friends, build basic nonverbal skills, and more. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BARBARA COOPER, MPS, & NANCY WIDDOWS, MS 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246058 • $16.95 • item code: 6058

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Learning to Listen, Learning to Care A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Self-Control & Empathy Learning to Listen, Learning to Care is based on the author’s positive discipline techniques, which have been taught to thousands of therapists and parents. The approach works not by laying down the law with youngsters but by teaching them listening and respecting skills that, they will discover, can help them get what they want when they want it. The forty activities in this workbook make it easy for parents to teach empathy and caring even to the most difficult of children. (For ages six to twelve.) Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245983 • $16.95 • item code: 5983

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Let’s Be Friends A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Social Skills & Make Great Friends Building positive friendships is a critical part of a child’s development, but researchers report that half of children have difficulty making and keeping friends. These problems predispose them to lifelong relationship challenges. The activities in this book offer you effective tools for helping your child become a better friend-maker and teach kids a wide variety of social skills including the making and keeping of new friends, finding friends with common interests, ways of coping with rejection, and tips for developing give and take in relationships. LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PHD, & JULIA HOLMES 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246102 • $16.95 • item code: 6102

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Making Sense of Your Senses A Workbook for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder This workbook will help kids with SPD reintegrate their senses and develop awareness and understanding of their SPD. While these activities can stand alone, as each focuses on a specific skill, all of them help children develop strategies to counter the tests of daily life, including morning routines, mealtimes, and Read more about this book at classroom functioning. http://nhpubs.com/make-sense

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CHRISTOPHER R. AUER, MA, & MICHELLE M. AUER, MS, OTR 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248366 • $16.95 • item code: 8366

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My Feeling Better Workbook Help for Kids Who Are Sad & Depressed Kids with depression often feel alone in the struggle against sadness, and in a way, they are. The forty-two simple activities in this workbook help kids explore their feelings and combat the negative self-talk that depletes their motivation and self-esteem. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy, the most effective treatment for depression, this series of activities is designed to help children express themselves, communicate their needs, cope with painful feelings, and feel happy again. SARA HAMIL, LCSW 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246126 • $16.95 • item code: 6126

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My Lifebook Journal A Workbook for Children in Foster Care The simple activities in this book offer children the tools they need to adjust to their new situation in a healthy way. Using the worksheets in this book, kids can journal about their positive experiences and memories, learn to develop a strong sense of self, identify the people they can rely on, and learn coping skills for dealing with feelings of anger and sadness. THERESE ACCINELLI, LMFT 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246331 • $16.95 • item code: 6331

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A Parent’s Guide to Getting Kids Out of the Family Bed A 21-Day Program Many parents enjoy the positive bonding that comes with having their infant in their bed, but after a few years of having a thrashing, kicking child disturbing your rest and, well, recreation in the evening hours, you’ll probably start thinking of ways to gently remove your child from the family bed. This workbook will help you set limits, not only with respect to keeping kids in their own beds, but also in other areas of your child’s life. It will also help you teach children to be more independent and able to get to sleep on their own. LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PHD 8 x 10 • 110 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246089 • $16.95 • item code: 6089

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The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook for Kids Help for Children to Cope with Stress, Anxiety & Transitions This workbook, written by two child therapists, offers more than fifty activities to help you and your child replace stressful and anxious feelings with feelings of optimism, confidence, and joy. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD, & Robin K. Sprague, LCPC Foreword by matthew mcKay, phd 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245822 • $16.95 • item code: 5822

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Say Goodbye to Being Shy A Workbook to Help Kids Overcome Shyness Even occasional shyness can inhibit your child from making friends, being open to new hobbies and experiences, and performing well in school. This book features more than forty fun activities kids and parents can do together to build confidence and assertiveness, useful attributes with lifelong benefits. RICHARD BROZOVICH, PHD, & LINDA CHASE, LMSW 8 x 10 • 120 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246096 • $16.95 • item code: 6096

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Why Did You Die? Activities to Help Children Cope with Grief & Loss This workbook offers tools that you can use to help a grieving child in your life deal with these feelings. Different activities help the child express difficult feelings, separate myths from facts, and understand the finality of death. This direct yet non-threatening, secular approach will help children learn, grow, and thrive. ERIKA LEEUWENBURGH, LPC, & ELLEN GOLDRING, LPC 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246041 • $16.95 • item code: 6041

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Transition Times—Storybooks for Toddlers

These books offer charmingly illustrated stories for handling some of the major transitions of childhood.

It’s Time to Give Up Your Pacifier

Advice for parents on guiding young children through this often difficult transition. This compassionate and engaging story will help your child say bye-bye to binky once and for all. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD • ILLUSTRATED BY HIDEKO TAKAHASHI 7 x 7 • 32 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245853 • $7.95 • item code: 5853

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It’s Time to Sit Still in Your Own Chair

Helpful advice and information for parents on guiding their young children through this often difficult transition. In a few short weeks, your child will learn to calm the urge to squirm and sit still anytime, anywhere. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD • ILLUSTRATED BY HIDEKO TAKAHASHI 7 x 7 • 32 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245884 • $7.95 • item code: 5884

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It’s Time to Sleep in Your Own Bed

Advice and helpful tips for parents on guiding their children through this often difficult transition. After all, sleeping like a big kid is no small feat—it’s an accomplishment the whole family will be proud of. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD • ILLUSTRATED BY HIDEKO TAKAHASHI 7 x 7 • 32 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245860 • $7.95 • item code: 5860

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It’s Time to Start Using Your Words

Language development information and advice for parents. Reading this book at storytime is a great way to encourage your child to use their words and leave crying and shyness behind. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD • ILLUSTRATED BY HIDEKO TAKAHASHI 7 x 7 • 32 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245877 • $7.95 • item code: 5877

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The ADHD Workbook for Teens Activities to Help You Gain Motivation & Confidence The first workbook for teens suffering from this disorder, shows teens how to identify and focus on their strengths and develop the skills they need to overcome the impulsiveness, difficulty organizing and finishing projects, social struggles, and poor attention common among teens with this disorder. They will learn that they can actually change the way their brain works and learn to adapt to ADHD Read more about this book at tendencies by building emotional intelligence, one of http://nhpubs.com/adhd-workbook the core deficits in ADHD sufferers. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LARA HONOS-WEBB, PHD 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248656 • $16.95 • item code: 8656

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The Anger Workbook for Teens Activities to Help You Deal with Anger & Frustration This workbook is designed to help teens learn about their anger, understand how anger affects their lives, and learn constructive communication skills to help express their feelings. The book features a series of exercises and worksheets to explore why teens react the way they do and includes techniques to help get anger under control. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RAYCHELLE CASSADA LOHMANN, MS 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246997 • $15.95 • item code: 6997

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The Anxiety Workbook for Teens Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety & Worry This workbook offers a set of simple, engaging activities teens can do on their own to learn the skills they need to manage and reduce feelings of anxiety. Readers also learn to develop a positive self-image. The book includes resources for seeking additional help and support. (For ages twelve to eighteen.) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Lisa M. Schab, LCSW 8 x 10 • 192 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246034 • $14.95 • item code: 6034

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Beyond the Blues A Workbook to Help Teens Overcome Depression Despite what you might have been told, the feelings of sadness and hopelessness teens struggle with are probably not “just a phase” or “something they’ll grow out of.” The activities in this workbook can help teens cope with sad and difficult feelings, find new ways to make friends, and deal with conflicts. Little by little they can make small changes that will lead to a brighter, more enjoyable future. LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 184 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246119 • $14.95 • item code: 6119

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The Bipolar Workbook for Teens DBT Skills to Help You Control Mood Swings The Bipolar Workbook for Teens includes exercises and worksheets that will help teens learn skills drawn from a special technique called dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). DBT skills can help people with bipolar disorder improve their relationships with friends and family and calm themselves when their emotions get really overwhelming. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SHERI VAN DIJK, MSW, & KARMA GUINDON, MSW 8 x 10 • 160 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246966 • $16.95 • item code: 6966

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The Bulimia Workbook for Teens Activities to Help You Stop Bingeing & Purging The Bulimia Workbook for Teens teaches you how to replace unhealthy thoughts, feelings, and behaviors with a new set of habits. These activities are based in cognitive behavioral therapy, the professional treatment of choice for bulimia, and are arranged in a progressive format. Activities aim to boost self-esteem, balance moodiness, restore a sense of power and confidence, reduce perfectionism and foster self-compassion, promote positive body image. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 156 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248076 • $15.95 • item code: 8076

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Coping with Cliques A Workbook to Help Girls Deal with Gossip, Put-Downs, Bullying & Other Mean Behavior When a teen girl is the target of snubbing or teasing at school, she may feel that everyone else has a group of friends and she’s the only odd one out. The reality is that gossip and rumors hurt everyone, and often, even the most popular girls feel alone.This workbook will help girls deal with cliques, teasing, and gossip, and show them how to avoid getting caught up in this hurtful pattern of behavior. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN SPRAGUE 8 x 10 • 168 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246133 • $16.95 • item code: 6133

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The Divorce Workbook for Teens Activities to Help You Move Beyond the Breakup When parents divorce during the already challenging adolescent years, teens can really struggle with the transition. In fact, despite their greater awareness and cognitive sophistication, teens can often take divorce much harder than younger children. The exercises and activities in The Divorce Workbook for Teens can help resolve issues of guilt, depression, anger, and self-blame that young people may experience, and they can help teens retain a positive image of themselves and their families. (For ages twelve to eighteen.) Lisa M. Schab, LCSW 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245990 • $14.95 • item code: 5990

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Don’t Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills for Helping You Manage Mood Swings, Control Angry Outbursts & Get Along with Others In this book, teen readers will find new ways of managing their feelings so that they’ll be ready to handle anything life sends their way. Based in dialectical behavior therapy, this workbook helps young readers learn the skills they need to ride the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SHERI VAN DIJK, MSW 8 x 10 • 160 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248830 • $16.95 • item code: 8830

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Free from OCD A Workbook for Teens with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Plenty of other teens experience symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): the need to repeatedly wash their hands, check to make sure everything’s okay, count possessions, put things in order, or even repeat thoughts over and over. Free from OCD offers forty easy cognitive behavioral exercises to help teens move past symptoms and live freely and flexibly, without fear. . Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

TIMOTHY A. SISEMORE, PHD 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248489 • $15.95 • item code: 8489

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The Social Success Workbook for Teens Skill-Building Activities for Teens with Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Asperger’s Disorder & Other Social-Skill Problems This workbook includes forty activities teens with Asperger’s disorder, nonverbal learning disorder (NLD), can do to recognize and use their unique strengths, understand the unspoken rules behind how people relate to each other, and improve their social skills. BARBARA COOPER, MPS, & NANCY WIDDOWS, MS 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246140 • $14.95 • item code: 6140

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Stopping the Pain A Workbook for Teens Who Cut & Self-Injure The comprehensive program in Stopping the Pain helps teens explore the reasons behind their need to hurt. The book offers a range of more positive ways they can deal with issues of stress and control. Written by noted child psychologist Lawrence Shapiro, the book is respectful of the privacy of teens while still giving them advice for communicating about the problem to parents and other people who care about them. (For ages twelve to eighteen.) Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD 8 x 10 • 168 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246027 • $16.95 • item code: 6027

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The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens Mindfulness Skills to Help You Deal with Stress The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens is a collection of thirty-seven simple workbook activities that will teach teens to reduce worries using a technique called mindfulness. Mindfulness is a way to be aware of your thoughts and feelings in the present moment. Teens can use mindfulness when they start to feel as though things are spinning out of control, so they can stop worrying about what might happen and focus instead on what’s happening now. Soon, they’ll be well on their way to developing resilience and a new kind of strength. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

GINA M. BIEGEL, MA, LMFT 8 x 10 • 128 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246973 • $15.95 • item code: 6973

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Think Confident, Be Confident for Teens A Cognitive Therapy Guide to Overcoming Self-Doubt & Creating Unshakable Self-Esteem This workbook shows teens how to tap into their self-esteem so they can be themselves in every situation, no matter how awkward they feel or how scary that may sound. The fun exercises and tips in this confidence-coaching workbook will guide teens past feelings of selfdoubt and encourage them to believe in themselves, strengthen their friendships, and meet every challenge head-on. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Marci G. Fox, PhD, & Leslie Sokol, PhD Foreword by Aaron T. Beck, MD, & Judith S. Beck, PhD 6 x 8 • 200 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608821136 • $16.95 • item code: 21136

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What’s Eating You? A Workbook for Teens with Anorexia, Bulimia & Other Eating Disorders Living in a culture obsessed with body size and shape, it can be hard for teens to feel good about the way they look. But eating disorders caused by unrealistic body image ideals create much larger problems—diminished self-confidence, unhealthy eating and exercising habits, and an inability to see oneself as a person rather than a number on the scale. This workbook takes aim at the motivations behind relationships with food and helps teens to better understand how their need to control what they eat can end up controlling them. TAMMY NELSON, MS 8 x 10 • 128 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246072 • $16.95 • item code: 6072

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The Smoke-Free Smoke Break Stop Smoking Now with Mindfulness & Acceptance If you’ve tried to quit this unhealthy and expensive habit, you may have discovered that you not only have your nicotine addiction to contend with, but also miss the relaxing breaks that help you keep perspective throughout the day. This book offers a gradual plan for quitting smoking once and for all by keeping the smoke breaks, but replacing the tobacco with mindfulness exercises and positive reinforcement techniques that work as well or better than cigarettes to calm and soothe you in stressful times.

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6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820016 • $17.95 • item code: 20017

The Infertility Workbook A Mind-Body Program to Enhance Fertility, Reduce Stress & Maintain Emotional Balance If you and your partner have struggled with fertility issues, you’re well aware of the emotional roller coaster of confusion, frustration, and disappointment that infertility can set in motion. This book offers a comprehensive set of mind-body techniques you can use to help improve fertility from the comfort of your home and make the most of in vitro fertilization (IVF) or other fertility treatments. As you work through the book, you’ll develop the skills you need to make peace with your body, let go of your fears, and help increase your chance of pregnancy. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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Barbara Blitzer, LCSW-C, MEd 8 x 10 • 160 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820092 • $24.95 • item code: 20092

Leaves Falling Gently Living Fully with Serious & Life-Limiting Illness through Mindfulness, Compassion & Connectedness A life-limiting illness may have taken hold of your body, but you can still live more fully and openly than ever before. You can enrich your life by exploring ways to make peace with yourself and deepen connections with friends and family. A comforting guide to the mindfulness and compassion practices that will help you embrace the present moment, despite your illness. As you work through each personal ref lection and guided meditation, you’ll regain the strength to live fully, regardless of the changes and challenges Read more about this book at that come. http://nhpubs.com/leaves Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Susan Bauer-Wu, PhD, RN • Foreword by Joan Halifax, PhD 6 x 8 • 160 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249998 • $16.95 • item code: 9998

Five Good Minutes® in Your Body 100 Mindful Practices to Help You Accept Yourself & Feel at Home in Your Body This collection of easy mindfulness practices will help you recharge your body, accept yourself, and release tension and stress. Whenever you are feeling exhausted after a long day and need a little boost, open this guide for simple activities you can do in just five minutes to nourish your body and soul. (Five Good Minutes is a registered trademark of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.)

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JEFFREY BRANTLEY, MD, & WENDY MILLSTINE, NC 6 x 6 • 264 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245969 • $15.95 • item code: 5969

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Connecting Through Touch The Couples Massage Book This book will show you, step-by-step, how to make a deep and meaningful connection with your partner’s body. You’ll find out how to become mindful of where your partner holds stress and tension. And then, using a combination of strokes from the most time-honored massage traditions, you’ll learn ways to help make them fade away. As the massage continues, you’ll enter into a profound nonverbal dialogue with your partner, creating a deep and lasting connection.

Peggy Morrison Horan Foreword by Gabrielle Roth 7.25 x 9 • 184 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245020 • $16.95 • item code: 5020

Deep Medicine Harnessing the Source of Your Healing Power Written by respected surgeon and holistic health pioneer William Stewart, Deep Medicine shows you how to tap into the mind’s power to heal the body by building two essential skills: self-inquiry and finding quiet within. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

WILLIAM B. STEWART, MD • FOREWORD BY ANGELES ARRIEN, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246447 • $16.95 • item code: 6447

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Overcoming Health Anxiety Letting Go of Your Fear of Illness If you have health anxiety, it’s likely that you feel misunderstood and have been repeatedly told by impatient friends, family members, and medical professionals to simply “get over it,” with no guidance on how to do so. This book presents a compassionate cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach to identifying and challenging your illness-related thoughts. CBT is proven effective for the treatment of anxiety and can drastically Read more about this book at reduce health anxiety symptoms in a http://nhpubs.com/health-anxiety matter of weeks. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Katherine M. B. Owens, PhD, & Martin M. Antony, PhD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248380 • $16.95 • item code: 8380

The Antianxiety Food Solution How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood & End Cravings This easy-to-use guide helps you choose the best plan for you and incorporates effective anxiety-busting foods and nutrients. You’ll soon be on the path to freeing yourself from anxiety—and enjoying an improved Read more about this book at overall mood, better sleep, fewer cravings, http://nhpubs.com/anxiety-food and optimal health—the natural way! Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Trudy Scott, CN • foreword by james lake, md 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249257 • $17.95 • item code: 9257

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Susan Albers, PsyD 5 x 7 • 216 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820566 • $16.95 • item code: 20566

50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food Experts estimate that 75 percent of overeating is triggered by our emotions, not physical hunger. Susan Albers, author of Eating Mindfully, offers this collection of 50 mindfulness skills and practices for relaxing the Read more about this book at body in times of stress and ending your http://nhpubs.com/soothe-yourself dependence on eating as a means of coping with difficult emotions. You’ll also learn how to differentiate emotion-driven hunger from healthy hunger. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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SUSAN ALBERS, PSYD 5 x 7 • 232 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246768 • $16.95 • item code: 6766

Eat, Drink & Be Mindful How to End Your Struggle with Mindless Eating & Start Savoring Food with Intention & Joy Mindful eating is a whole new way of looking at food. Instead of rushing through meals, mindful eating emphasizes slowing down and savoring what you eat. This workbook, by the author of Eating Mindfully, includes tips and activities to help you start a mindful eating program and discover a healthier and richer relationship with food. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN ALBERS, PSYD 8 x 10 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246157 • $19.95 • item code: 6157

Eating Mindfully How to End Mindless Eating & Enjoy a Balanced Relationship with Food The simple and compassionate exercises in this book grow from the Buddhist concept of mindfulness. Acknowledge pain, anxiety, and depression without identifying with these feelings. Learn when your eating is a response to negative feelings. Accept and practice healthful eating habits. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN ALBERS, PSYD 5.25 x 7.5 • 184 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243507 • $15.95 • item code: 3503

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Eating the Moment 141 Mindful Practices to Overcome Overeating One Meal at a Time There are 141 specific exercises in this book to promote mindful eating and a healthy relationship to food. Also included are brief discussions of why we eat and stop eating, mindfulness principles, finding meaning in food and the act of eating, and guidance for developing a personal “philosophy of eating.” Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAVEL G. SOMOV, PhD 5 x 7 • 208 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245433 • $15.95 • item code: 5433

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The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Weight Management A Step-by-Step Program This book offers proven-effective tools people need to stay disciplined and dedicated to their weight loss goals. In this workbook, readers will complete exercises and worksheets designed to help them choose the strategy most likely to be effective for them: healthy living, weight loss through lifestyle changes, weight loss supported by medication, or weight loss (bariatric) surgery. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MICHELE LALIBERTE, PHD, RANDI E. MCCABE, PHD, & VALERIE TAYLOR, MD, PHD 8 x 10 • 216 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246256 • $21.95 • item code: 6256

The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Ending Overeating Using Compassion-Focused Therapy to Overcome Bingeing & Disordered Eating This book presents an evidence-based program designed to help you grow a deep and abiding love for your body and health that transcends your emotional connection with food. You’ll discover the specific reasons for your overeating, find out which foods trigger you to overeat, Read more about this book at and then develop satisfying meal plans http://nhpubs.com/end-overeating for getting your eating back on track. Ken Goss, DClinPsy • Foreword by Paul Gilbert, phd 8 x 10 • 248 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249776 • $24.95 • item code: 9776

Eating with Fierce Kindness A Mindful & Compassionate Guide to Losing Weight Eating with Fierce Kindness presents a new approach to weight loss, one that focuses on breaking that destructive cycle with self-compassion. The book helps you become aware of the present moment so that you can make healthy food choices, but also shows you how to manage the inevitable obstacles to weight loss: disappointment at the rate of weight loss, guilt about “cheating” on a diet, emotional issues surrounding food, negative body image, and low self-confidence. You’ll learn to move beyond pursuing weight loss in order to meet a social standard or because of a bad self-image and instead develop healthier eating Read more about this book at habits out of kindness toward yourself and your body. http://nhpubs.com/eat-kind

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SASHA T. LORING, MED, LCSW 5 x 7 • 216 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249271 • $16.95 • item code: 9271

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More Vegetables, Please! Over 100 Easy & Delicious Recipes for Eating Healthy Foods Each & Every Day Is there a vegetable boycott in effect in your family? Tempt them with the delicious recipes for hummus, macaroni and cheese, pizza, and chicken pot pie in More Vegetables, Please!, and you’ll learn that even finicky eaters are surprisingly easy to reform. Created by renowned doctor and nutrition specialist Elson Haas and natural chef and nutritionist Patty James, the recipes in this book—over 100 in all—offer fresh ideas for changing the way you prepare vegetables to make them appealing, even to picky eaters. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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ELSON M. HAAS, MD & PATTY JAMES, MS 7 x 10 • 240 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245907 • $21.95 • item code: 5907

The Healthy Gut Workbook Whole-Body Healing for Heartburn, Ulcers, Constipation, IBS, Diverticulosis & More You’ll find a complete plan for restoring your body’s delicate balance through gutfriendly meals, simple lifestyle changes, nutritional supplements, and, if needed, medications and medical procedures. You’ll learn which foods to add and remove from your diet to dramatically reduce your symptoms right away. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

VICTOR S. SIERPINA, MD • FOREWORD BY David S. Jones, MD Preface by Steven G. Pratt, MD, FACS, ABIHM, author of Superfoods RX 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248441 • $21.95 • item code: 8441

Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook A Seasonal, Vegetarian Cookbook Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook introduces you to a hidden wealth of gluten-free whole grain flours and rice that can be used to create flavorful and delicious appetizers, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts. The author emphasizes the importance of using organic and seasonal ingredients in cooking, encourages you to adapt recipes containing gluten for the gluten-free diet, and offers tips for developing new gluten-free creations of your own. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LESLIE CERIER • FOREWORD BY KATHIE MADONNA SWIFT, MS, RD 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247376 • $17.95 • item code: 7376

The Whole-Food Guide to Overcoming Irritable Bowel Syndrome Strategies and Recipes for Eating Well with IBS, Indigestion & Other Digestive Disorders By keeping a food diary and taking self-assessment quizzes, readers learn which foods help and hurt their digestive health. The book then shows readers how to develop a customized plan for healing their IBS using this information. Knoff directs readers to common beneficial foods for digestion and warns about foods that can exacerbate digestive problems. The book also includes guidance for eating out and information on the roles relaxation and exercise play in facilitating proper digestion. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LAURA J. KNOFF, NC 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247987 • $17.95 • item code: 7987

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The Whole-Body Approach to Osteoporosis How to Improve Bone Strength & Reduce Your Fracture Risk No pill will cure you of osteoporosis. While medication can sometimes help, it won’t fully address the underlying causes of your osteoporosis or osteopenia. To restore bone health, you’ll need a targeted program combining the best bone-building strategies from traditional and holistic medicine. The Whole-Body Approach to Osteoporosis distills these complex strategies into a whole-body plan you can begin today to dramatically improve your bone strength and overall vitality. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

R. KEITH MCCORMICK, DC 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245952 • $16.95 • item code: 5952

The Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones A Holistic Approach With this complete program for stronger bones created by health educator Annemarie Colbin, you’ll learn the best foods to eat to build bone mass and find out which foods actually weaken bones. You’ll also discover how exercise and finding personal balance can improve your health and prevent fragility fractures, menopause-related bone loss, and osteoporosis. ANNEMARIE COLBIN, PHD FOREWORD BY MARK HYMAN, MD 7 x 10 • 272 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245808 • $23.95 • item code: 5808

Eat Naked Unprocessed, Unpolluted & Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You Leading nutritional therapist Margaret Floyd’s Eat Naked will help you strip away the overprocessed, overpackaged, and overdressed junk food from your diet. It’s time to enjoy “naked” foods—whole foods that are fresh, organically grown, and prepared in ways that allow each food’s naturally Get Margaret Floyd delicious flavors to shine through. gorgeous In this book, Margaret shows you Watch a video now in 2012! how to choose the nutrient-dense and read more about this book at foods that will make you look and feel http://nhpubs.com/eat-naked so gorgeous, you’ll want to take it all off.

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Margaret Floyd 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820139 • $16.95 • item code: 20139 Eat Naked ® is a Registered Trademark of Eat Naked, LLC, All Rights Reserved.

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The Weight Loss Surgery Workbook Deciding on Bariatric Surgery, Preparing for the Procedure & Changing Habits for Post-Surgery Success If you have been stuck in an ongoing struggle with obesity, your dreams for life after bariatric surgery may be as simple as seeing a movie in a movie theater or going for a walk outside. This workbook will be your guide every step of the way as you prepare to make a smooth transition into post-surgery life. Written by a medical psychologist who has counseled many clients through weight loss surgery, this book offers skills from cognitive behavioral therapy to help you make the critical pre-surgery lifestyle changes and adjustments to your eating and exercise Read more about this book at habits that will enable you to maintain the best results http://nhpubs.com/weight-loss after the procedure. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Doreen A. Samelson, EdD, MSCP • Foreword by Arnold D. Salzberg, MD 8 x 10 • 208 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248991 • $24.95 • item code: 8991

Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery A Step-by-Step MBSR Approach to Help You Cope with Treatment & Reclaim Your Life Written by two leading psychologists specializing in oncology, Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery is essential for anyone seeking to fight cancer on all fronts. This program is based on mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) now offered in hundreds of medical centers, hospitals, and clinics worldwide. Just as your doctor guides you through the process of undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, and other treatments, the relaxation, meditation, and yoga techniques in this book will help you cope with symptoms and side effects and manage the Read more about this book at physical and emotional stress of cancer treatment. http://nhpubs.com/cancer-recover

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LINDA E. CARLSON, PHD, RPSYCH, & MICHAEL SPECA, PSYD, RPSYCH FOREWORD BY ZINDEL SEGAL, PHD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248878 • $17.95 • item code: 8878

Breastfeeding Made Simple, Second Edition Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers This new edition has been updated with the latest research on breastfeeding and includes advice for correcting common problems. Chapters offer guidance for maintaining proper attachment, reducing the pain of nursing, understanding normal breastfeeding patterns, maintaining adequate milk production, weaning, and more. Special situations, such as mothers with breast reductions and infants with special needs, are also addressed by this comprehensive handbook. Also, the book now includes a useful index you can use to find solutions quickly and easily. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NANCY MOHRBACHER, IBCLC, FILCA, & KATHLEEN KENDALL-TACKETT, PHD, IBCLC FOREWORD BY JACK NEWMAN, MD 6 x 9 • 352 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248618 • $18.95 • item code: 8618

Solid to the Core

Simple Exercises to Increase Core Strength & Flexibility Solid to the Core offers a customizable, progressive program of exercises you can use to strengthen your core. As you blend these exercises into your own personal fitness program, you’ll learn to overcome your personal weaknesses and muscle imbalances, reducing pain and risk of stress injuries in the process. JANIQUE FARAND-TAYLOR, PT, ACE • FOREWORD BY IAN FINKELSTEIN, MD 7 x 10 • 144 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244306 • $16.95 • item code: 4305

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Heal Yourself with Qigong Gentle Practices to Increase Energy, Restore Health & Relax the Mind Qigong (pronounced chee-gung) is an ancient Chinese practice consisting of physical movements, meditation, creative visualization, and breathing exercises to help revitalize the body and heal the spirit. This unique book presents over 100 easy, five-minute qigong exercises designed to target specific health issues. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUZANNE B. FRIEDMAN, LAC, DMQ (CHINA) 8 x 10 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245839 • $21.95 • item code: 5839

Transformative Yoga Five Keys to Unlocking Inner Bliss Find your bliss body with Wade Imre Morrisette! Yoga can tone your mind the same way it tones your body, enhancing flexibility and building vitality and strength. But only those who discover the spiritual meaning beyond the poses truly benefit from all yoga has to offer. If you are ready to take your yoga practice to new depths by combining your physical practice of yoga with your deepest consciousness, this book will be your guide. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

WADE IMRE MORISSETTE • Foreword by alanis morissette 8 x 10 • 240 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246201 • $21.95 • item code: 6201

Healing Yoga for Neck & Shoulder Pain Easy, Effective Practices for Releasing Tension & Relieving Pain Everyday activities such as using the computer, driving, or even curling up with a good book can create tension in the neck and shoulders. It’s no wonder that so many of us have persistent discomfort and pain in these areas. Healing Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Pain presents simple, yoga-based practices that you can do at work and at home to release muscle tension for immediate relief. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CAROL KRUCOFF, RYT • FOREWORD BY TRACY W. GAUDET, MD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247123 • $17.95 • item code: 7123

Yoga for Anxiety Meditations & Practices for Calming the Body & Mind Many of us face daily demands and overwhelming difficulties that cause seemingly uncontrollable feelings of anxiety and fear. Regular yoga practice has been proven to calm stress, enhance concentration, and reduce the symptoms of anxiety. This book offers meditations, mindfulness practices, self-inquiry exercises, and yoga poses that soothe anxious feelings and develop mental clarity. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MARY NURRIESTEARNS, LCSW, RYT, & RICK NURRIESTEARNS 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246515 • $17.95 • item code: 6515

Yoga for Pain Relief Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind & Heal Your Chronic Pain Yoga is a proven treatment for back pain, knee pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other chronic pain conditions. Yoga also helps to ease the stress, anxiety, and depression that can create and reinforce pain, making you feel more comfortable in both your mind and your body. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KELLY MCGONIGAL, PHD • FOREWORD BY TIMOTHY MCCALL, MD 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246898 • $21.95 • item code: 6898

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The Emotional Wellness Way to Cardiac Health How Letting Go of Depression, Anxiety & Anger Can Heal Your Heart This book presents a complete emotional regulation program for anyone struggling with emotional factors that contribute to heart disease. The techniques include behavior-modification exercises, relaxation and visualization tips, and interpersonal and spiritual tools. ARTHUR M. NEZU, PHD, ABPP, CHRISTINE MAGUTH NEZU, PHD, ABPP, & DIWAKAR JAIN, MD, FRCP 7 x 10 • 216 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243743 • $32.95 • item code: 3740

Heart Therapy

Regaining Your Cardiac Health This book includes practical suggestions for establishing a heart-healthy diet and exercise habits, managing stress, and coping with harmful emotions. ANITA MAXIMIN, PSYD, LORI STEVIC-RUST, PHD, & LORI WHITE-KENYON, PHD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241046 • $13.95 • item code: 1047

Overcoming Adrenal Fatigue How to Restore Hormonal Balance & Feel Renewed, Energized & Stress Free If you suspect that adrenal imbalance is causing symptoms for you, this book will help you figure out what’s going wrong and partner with your health care provider to find solutions. You’ll find clear self-evaluations and treatment guidelines that will empower you to take charge of your adrenal health through nutrition, vitamins, herbs, bioidentical adrenal hormone supplementation, and self-care practices. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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Kathryn R. Simpson, MS 8 x 10 • 160 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249523 • $21.95 • item code: 9523

The Insomnia Workbook A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Sleep You Need Forget expensive mattresses, fancy foam pillows, and white noise machines. There’s no better treatment for insomnia than cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Research has shown that CBT works even better than powerful sleep medications, and with this workbook, it’s easier than ever to put these strategies to work to help you ward off insomnia and finally get to sleep. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

STEPHANIE A. SILBERMAN, PHD, DABSM FOREWORD BY Charles M. Morin, PHd 8 x 10 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246355 • $21.95 • item code: 6355

Quiet Your Mind & Get to Sleep Solutions to Insomnia for Those with Depression, Anxiety, or Chronic Pain A busy and hectic life can profoundly affect your ability to get a good night’s rest. And it’s even more difficult to feel relaxed when you stay awake worrying that you won’t fall asleep. The complete program in Quiet Your Mind and Get to Sleep goes to the root of your insomnia and offers the same techniques used by experienced sleep specialists. Don’t go without rest any longer—get started on this program and end your struggles with sleep. COLLEEN E. CARNEY, PHD, & RACHEL MANBER, PHD Foreword by Richard r. Bootzin, PhD 8 x 10 • 192 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246270 • $21.95 • item code: 6270

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Trigger Point Therapy Workbooks Trigger Point Therapy for Foot, Ankle, Knee & Leg Pain A Self-Treatment Workbook A trigger point forms when there is reduced blood flow through part of a muscle, leading to increased metabolic waste and reduced oxygen and nutrient flow. When trigger points group together, they form painful “knots” in the tissue. In this book, you will learn how to locate your pain and treat the associated muscle group. Each treatment ends with stretches, which help to condition the muscle to prevent further pain. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

VALERIE DELAUNE, LAC 8 x 10 • 192 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248427 • $19.95 • item code: 8427

The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook, Second Edition Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief The trigger point technique involves applying gentle, moving strokes to trigger points—places in muscle or connective tissue where a lack of oxygen causes pain. If you’re struggling with chronic pain, you owe it to yourself to learn and practice these techniques. CLAIR DAVIES, NCTMB, WITH AMBER DAVIES, NCTMB FOREWORD BY DAVID G. SIMONS, MD 8.5 x 11 • 352 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243750 • $22.95 • item code: 3759

Trigger Point Therapy for Headaches & Migraines Your Self-Treatment Workbook for Pain Relief “I have such a bad headache!” For many of us, this is an oft repeated cry of anguish. If you struggle frequently with headache pain, this book offers an effective self-care approach you can use to relieve your suffering. This book explains trigger point physiology and offers a complete program for self-care. In addition, it provides an in-depth look at the factors that cause and perpetuate trigger points, such as body mechanics, injuries, diet and nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, and emotional factors. It then provides solutions to address each perpetuating factor. VALERIE DELAUNE, LAC 8 x 10 • 176 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245259 • $21.95 • item code: 5259

Trigger Point Therapy for Low Back Pain A Self-Treatment Workbook Learn the secrets to lasting pain relief: finding and deactivating trigger points, the underlying cause of most low back pain. Trigger points are sensitive tight spots in taut bands of muscle tissue. Treating trigger points that refer pain to the low back and buttock areas, rather than addressing only the specific sites of your pain, is the best way to comprehensively treat occasional or chronic discomfort and prevent it from coming back. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SHARON SAUER, CMTPT, LMT, & MARY BIANCALANA, MS, CMTPT, LMT FOREWORD BY BERNARD E. FILNER, MD. 8 x 10 • 280 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572245631 • $24.95 • item code: 5631

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The Frozen Shoulder Workbook Trigger Point Therapy for Overcoming Pain & Regaining Range of Motion This gentle massage technique targets localized areas of tenderness in soft tissue. Put it to work for you to relieve pain, restore range of motion, and shorten recovery times. CLAIR DAVIES, NCTMB • FOREWORD BY DAVID G. SIMONS, MD 8.5 x 11 • 296 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244474 • $21.95 • item code: 447X

Alzheimer’s A to Z A Quick-Reference Guide This book is organized like an encyclopedia, in a convenient alphabetical format that allows you to find the information you need when you need it. Each entry is engagingly written in direct, uncomplicated language that makes concepts easy to understand. JYTTE LOKVIG, MA, & JOHN D. BECKER, MD 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243958 • $15.95 • item code: 3953

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Conquering Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Other Repetitive Strain Injuries A Self-Care Program This guide offers a complete self-care program for sufferers of this painful occupational injury. Consider your normal range of motion. Then, guided by symptom charts, choose the best set of exercises for your particular situation. SHARON J. BUTLER 8.5 x 11 • 176 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240391 • $21.95 • item code: 0393

The Feel-Good Guide to Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome A Comprehensive Resource for Recovery Assess your own symptoms and customize a treatment approach that meets your own unique symptom profile. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Lynette Bassman, PhD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244894 • $14.95 • item code: 4894

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Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 7 Proven Steps to Less Pain & More Energy This book offers a seven-step program of lifestyle modifications that have been proven effective by the author’s research and clinical experience. Learn how to use relaxation techniques to beat stress, sleep better, and ease distressing symptoms. FRED FRIEDBERG, PHD • FOREWORD BY JACOB TEITELBAUM, MD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244597 • $16.95 • item code: 4593

The Fibromyalgia Advocate Getting the Support You Need to Cope with Fibromyalgia & Myofascial Pain Syndrome Learn to maximize visits to caretakers. Get advice on dealing with the legal aspects of the health care system. Identify sources of support and assemble a functional health care team. DEVIN J. STARLANYL 8.5 x 11 • 392 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241213 • $54.95 • item code: 1217

Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain, Second Edition A Survival Manual This guide for managing these conditions includes targeted bodywork for painful trigger points and strategies for coping with chronic pain, sleep problems, and the numbing effects of “fibrofog.” DEVIN J. STARLANYL & MARY ELLEN COPELAND FOREWORD BY CHRISTOPHER R. BROWN, DDS, MPS 8.5 x 11 • 416 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242388 • $24.95 • item code: 2388

10 Simple Solutions to Chronic Pain How to Stop Pain from Controlling Your Life Distilled from the very best pain-management techniques, this little book offers you ten simple, effective solutions for thriving with chronic pain. First, you’ll get a quick introduction to the physiology of pain. Then it’s down to the business of improving your quality of life: learn tips for getting better sleep, building a strong support system, and overcoming fear, anxiety, and depression. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Blake H. Tearnan, PhD 5.25 x 7.5 • 192 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244825 • $15.95 • item code: 4825

10 Simple Solutions to Migraines Recognize Triggers, Control Symptoms & Reclaim Your Life This collection of straightforward tips cuts through the hype about migraine headaches to offer you the simple, scientific truth about how to get your migraines under control. It begins by helping you get a correct diagnosis, and then it guides you to track your own personal headache triggers. Medical treatment is sometimes the best way to deal with migraine pain, but you’ll also learn fast and easy ways to make 2007 National relaxation, stress management, and alternative therapies work for you to Headache stop painful migraines—now! DAWN A. MARCUS, MD 5.25 x 7.5 • 152 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244412 • $14.95 • item code: 4410

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Taking Control of TMJ Your Total Wellness Program for Recovering from Temporomandibular Joint Pain, Whiplash, Fibromyalgia & Related Disorders In this book, a dentist who specializes in TMJ disorder describes a number of simple, cost-effective steps that you can take to get relief from this bothersome and painful condition. Learn how to improve jaw function, relieve pain, and eliminate harmful habits. Identify and deal with contributing stress, and evaluate and improve diet and exercise habits. Work with your dentist to develop a plan for recovery that is right for your particular situation. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ROBERT O. UPPGAARD, DDS 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241268 • $17.95 • item code: 1268

The Chronic Pain Care Workbook A Self-Treatment Approach to Pain Relief Using the Behavioral Assessment of Pain Questionnaire This book offers you great control over your own pain-management process through monitoring, self-awareness, and empowerment. Evaluations help you assess your levels of physical and emotional pain. MICHAEL J. LEWANDOWSKI, PHD FOREWORD BY RICHARD J. KROENING, MD, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 240 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244702 • $28.95 • item code: 4704

Living Beyond Your Pain Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Ease Chronic Pain Attempts to avoid pain can often cause more harm than good, both to your body and to your peace of mind. By accepting and learning to live with pain, you can limit the control it exerts over your life. Joanne Dahl, PhD, & Tobias Lundgren, MS Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD 8.5 x 11 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244092 • $21.95 • item code: 4097

The Mindfulness Solution to Pain Step-by-Step Techniques for Chronic Pain Management This book offers a revolutionary new treatment approach, mindfulness-based chronic pain management,to help quiet your pain and put you back in control. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DR. JACKIE GARDNER-NIX & LUCIE COSTIN-HALL, MA FOREWORD BY JON KABAT-ZINN, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245815 • $18.95 • item code: 5815

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The Matrix Repatterning Program for Pain Relief Self-Treatment for Musculoskeletal Pain When one part of the body is injured, the rest of the body also experiences stress. Pain caused by the initial injury can be referred to another part of the body while the actual location of the problem doesn’t hurt at all. With an easy-to-follow series of photographs, this book makes it easy to learn the Matrix Repatterning Program’s self-care process. GEORGE ROTH, DC, ND 8.5 x 11 • 168 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243910 • $18.95 • item code: 3910

The Multifidus Back Pain Solution Simple Exercises That Target the Muscles That Count The multifidus muscles connect the spinal vertebrae and facilitate the back’s bending and twisting motions. If weak, inflamed, or in spasm, they can cause chronic back pain. This simple series of exercises with accompanying line drawings will teach you to strengthen these muscles to prevent and overcome pain. JIM JOHNSON, PT • FOREWORD BY SCOTT D. BODEN, MD 6 x 9 • 152 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242784 • $16.95 • item code: 2787

Pilates for Fragile Backs Recovering Strength & Flexibility After Surgery, Injury, or Other Back Problems The exercises in this book modify Pilates exercises to accommodate partially immobilized spines, making this routine safe and effective for those with fragile backs. Stretch, strengthen, and tone with pain-free Pilates precision. ANDRA FISCHGRUND STANTON, LICSW, WITH RUTH HIATT-COBLENTZ • FOREWORD BY OHENEBA BOACHIE-ADJEI, MD 7 x 10 • 176 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244665 • $18.95 • item code: 4666

Your Miraculous Back A Step-by-Step Guide to Relieving Neck & Back Pain This is your user’s guide to the human back: It explains the physiological function of this remarkable system of bones, joints, and connective tissue. Once you understand the system and learn why not to fear the pain, we’ll show you how to design a recovery program that is specific to your particular neck- or back-pain problem. GERALD M. SILVERMAN, DC 7 x 10 • 176 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244528 • $18.95 • item code: 4526

The Good News About the Bad News Herpes: Everything You Need to Know If you have genital herpes, you’re not alone. Millions of people lead healthy, sexually active lives with herpes. This complete guide to living with genital herpes, written by internationally recognized herpes expert Terri Warren, addresses every practical issue people with herpes face. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

TERRI WARREN, RN, NP 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246188 • $17.95 • item code: 6188

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Healing Adult Acne Your Guide to Clear Skin & Self-Confidence Here is a detailed discussion of the physical symptoms, causes, and treatments of adult acne. It gives readers useful information about effective natural and medical treatments for acne and ways to deal with related problems like scarring. The book covers the psychological aspects of acne, asking the reader to explore his or her experiences and feelings relating to the disorder. It includes exercises to build self-esteem and social skills as well as suggestions for relieving stress and anxiety associated with acne. RICHARD G. FRIED, MD, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244153 • $19.95 • item code: 4151

Rosacea Your Self-Help Guide This self-care guide describes the latest treatments, helps you identify the factors that contribute to flare-ups, and explains the importance of nutrition in controlling the condition. Discover strategies for bringing symptoms under control. ONLY available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ARLEN BROWNSTEIN, MS, ND, & DONNA SHOEMAKER, CN 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781608825981 • $16.95 • item code: 25981

The Chemotherapy Survival Guide, Third Edition Everything You Need to Know to Get Through Treatment Written by two experienced oncology nurses, this compassionate and comprehensive guide, now in its third edition, explains in plain English everything you need to know about your cancer treatment, including what you can expect at each stage of chemotherapy and what you can do to prevent or minimize side effects. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JUDITH MCKAY, RN, OCN, & TAMERA SCHACHER, RN, OCN, MSN 6 x 9 • 280 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246218 • $18.95 • item code: 6218

The Whole-Body Workbook for Cancer A Complete Integrative Program for Increasing Immunity & Rebuilding Health There are new studies every day linking common foods and habits to increased cancer risk, but many of the causes of and treatments for cancer remain a mystery to practitioners of conventional medicine. This book offers sound methods for supporting your body with proven cancer-fighting foods and supplements and creating a lifestyle that assists in the healing process. Using this book, you will develop a longevity strategy of seven proven immune-boosting elements: detoxification, diet, supplements, lifestyle changes, exercise, emotional healing, and psychospiritual healing.. DAN KENNER, PHD, LAC • foreword by enrico melson, md 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246744 • $21.95 • item code: 6744

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The Diabetes Lifestyle Book Facing Your Fears & Making Changes for a Long & Healthy Life You’ve been diagnosed with diabetes. Now what? Your doctor has given you directions on what you can do to control your blood sugar. Now you need to find a way to commit to smart choices for better health. And you need to deal with some uncomfortable feelings that might arise in the process. This book offers a powerful and proven new approach that can help you make it happen. These techniques will help you move past cravings, find motivation to exercise, and manage anxiety that you might feel when you test your blood sugar level. You’ll learn how to embrace the changes you’ll need to make in order to jumpstart your new, healthful lifestyle. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Jennifer a. gregg, phd, glenn m. callaghan, phd, & steven c. hayes, phd • foreword by michael singer, MD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245167 • $16.95 • item code: 5167

The Interstitial Cystitis Survival Guide Your Guide to the Latest Treatment Options & Coping Strategies Interstitial cystitis is a chronic and frequently misdiagnosed inflammatory condition of the urinary bladder. This guide evaluates the latest medications and their side effects. It helps you make informed decisions about surgery and other treatment options and describes the most up-to-date alternative strategies for managing and reducing symptoms. ROBERT M. MOLDWIN, MD, FACS 6 x 9 • 248 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242104 • $18.95 • item code: 2108

Living with RSDS Your Guide to Coping with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome  eflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, RSDS, is an under-diagnosed and underR treated condition of localized swelling and chronic, burning pain that accompanies 5 percent of all injuries. Most often set off by relatively minor trauma, RSDS can also accompany major injury and recovery from surgery. With this book, learn to manage pain, seek appropriate care, and regain control of your life. Explore self-help strategies in detail and learn how to communicate with health care professionals when negotiating for medical treatment. PETER MOSKOWITZ, MD, & LINDA LANG 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243552 • $16.95 • item code: 3554

The Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome/ Dysautonomia Survival Guide Mitral valve prolapse is a non-life-threatening structural dysfunction of the heart’s mitral valve. This guide challenges the idea that these symptoms are “all in your head.” Explore diet, nutrition, exercise, and self-help strategies. Advocate for yourself with health professionals. J AMES F. DURANTE, CHERYL L. DURANTE, & JOHN G. FURIASSE, MD FOREWORD BY PHILLIP CANDLER WatKINS, MD, FACC 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572243033 • $16.95 • item code: 3031

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The MS Workbook Living Fully with Multiple Sclerosis You can live a full and rewarding life with multiple sclerosis. In this book you’ll find clear, practical tips for taking care of your health, your livelihood, and your relationships—step-by-step advice for creating real change in your life. Recommended by leaders in the nation’s top MS organizations, this book offers you more than just strategies for dealing with physical challenges. The authors, a team of experienced doctors and psychologists, offer tips to help you manage the emotional aspects of MS, too. ROBERT T. FRASER, PHD, GEORGE H. KRAFT, MD, MS, DAWN M. EHDE, PHD, & KURT L. JOHNSON, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 264 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572243903 • $34.95 • item code: 3902

The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook Your Program for Regaining Cognitive Function & Overcoming Emotional Pain MTBI affects more than half a million Americans. This book addresses the emotional issues that often accompany MTBI, especially anxiety and depression. This book offers basic self-help strategies to counteract problems that may be caused by the injury. It concludes with an exploration of the various potential long-term effects of MTBI and the outside resources available. DOUGLAS J. MASON, PSYD FOREWORD BY Marc i. Sharfman, MD 8.5 x 11 • 192 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243613 • $21.95 • item code: 3619

Parkinson’s Disease & the Art of Moving Improve flexibility, balance, gait, and communication. Over one hundred photographs clearly illustrate the exercises, which derive from yoga and Tai Chi techniques and theater movement skills and encompass a variety of daily activities. JOHN ARGUE 7 x 10 • 240 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241831 • $25.95 • item code: 1837

The Sjögren’s Syndrome Survival Guide Learn to deal with the physical and psychological effects of the disorder. Navigate the medical establishment and secure the treatment you deserve. Find out the most effective ways to reduce symptoms, deal with pain, and cope psychologically with the unique challenges that Sjögren’s brings. TERI P. RUMPF, PHD, & KATHERINE MORLAND HAMMITT FOREWORD BY STANLEY R. PILLEMER, MD, & FREDERICK B. VIVINO, MD, FACR 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243569 • $16.95 • item code: 3562

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Eating Wisely for Hormonal Balance The Woman’s Guide to Good Health, High Energy & Ideal Weight Most women suffer at some time in their lives from some debilitating physical or psychological symptoms directly related to hormone imbalance. The most effective courses of treatment for these problems start with changes in diet and lifestyle. Written by an educator and nutritionist, this book provides you with a complete program for making eating choices that can lead to better health through hormonal balance. SONIA GAEMI, EDD, RD 7 x 10 • 168 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243736 • $21.95 • item code: 3732

The Eating Wisely for Hormonal Balance Journal A Daily Guide to Help You Manage Your Weight, Gain Energy & Achieve Good Health This book leads readers through the steps of starting and sticking to a food diary. Working directly in the journal’s ample lined space, readers learn to become their own food and lifestyle coaches, guiding themselves to make healthier choices every day. The journal includes information to help readers cleanse their systems of toxins, plan menus, and choose foods that will increase their physical and emotional health. SONIA GAEMI, EDD, RD, & MELISSA KIRK 6 x 9 • 144 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243941 • $15.95 • item code: 3945

The Estrogen-Depression Connection The Hidden Link Between Hormones & Women’s Depression Explore this issue and get practical advice for managing mood changes through all stages of your life—from puberty and menstruation to pregnancy and postpartum to perimenopause and menopause. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Karen J. Miller, PhD, & Steven A. Rogers, PhD Foreword by Gary Small, MD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244832 • $16.95 • item code: 4832

The Infertility Survival Guide Everything You Need to Know to Cope with the Challenges While Maintaining Your Sanity, Dignity & Relationships This guide offers practical strategies for making informed decisions about infertility treatment options. Cope with stressful medical interventions. Communicate effectively with your partner about choices and consequences of treatment. Deal positively with the challenges that an infertility diagnosis can produce. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JUDITH C. DANILUK, PHD • FOREWORD BY MARGO FLUKER, MD 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242470 • $18.95 • item code: 2477

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Perimenopause, Second Edition Changes in Women’s Health After 35 Beginning with subtle physiological changes in the midthirties and forties, perimenopause encompasses a bewildering array of symptoms. This self-care guide shows you what you can do to promote health and vitality in the years ahead. JAMES E. HUSTON, MD, & L. DARLENE LANKA, MD FOREWORD BY LOIS JOVANOVIC, MD 6 x 9 • 416 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242340 • $41.95 • item code: 2345

The Perimenopause & Menopause Workbook A Comprehensive, Personalized Guide to Hormone Health Using extensive and interactive checklists, symptom lists, and self-assessments, this book helps you track symptoms of approaching menopause. It then takes you through the available medical and nonmedical treatments available, including human-identical hormones (the new HRT), lifestyle changes, supplements, and other non-HRT treatments. Without necessarily advocating one treatment over another, the book helps you decide which approaches are best. KATHRYN R. SIMPSON, MS, & DALE E. BREDESEN, MD 7.25 x 9 • 264 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244771 • $29.95 • item code: 4771

The Pregnancy & Postpartum Anxiety Workbook Practical Skills to Help You Overcome Anxiety, Worry, Panic Attacks, Obsessions & Compulsions Written by two anxiety experts, this workbook addresses topics specific to new mothers, including hormonal changes, how the physical symptoms of pregnancy affect anxiety, and common concerns pregnant women and new mothers have. The workbook includes a chapter that offers fathers tips for understanding and supporting their partners. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAMELA S. WIEGARTZ, PHD, & KEVIN L. GYOERKOE, PSY.D. FOREWORD BY LAURA J. MILLER, MD 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245891 • $21.95 • item code: 5891

The Smart Woman’s Guide to Midlife & Beyond A No-Nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy After 50 Smart women understand that taking care of their health is essential to maintaining an active lifestyle. This comprehensive guide includes the information you need to care for your whole body to prevent common diseases, overcome memory loss, depression, and anxiety, understand menopause and hormone replacement therapy, and create a personal Health Maintenance Schedule to keep your health on track. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JANET HORN, MD, & ROBIN H. MILLER, MD 7.25 x 9 • 264 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245563 • $19.95 • item code: 5563

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A Survivor’s Guide to Breast Cancer In this guide, a clinical psychologist details her own struggle with breast cancer. She includes suggestions that will help you understand side effects, find support, and cope with accompanying emotions. ALICE F. CHANG, PHD, & KAREN MANG SPRUILL, MA 6 x 9 • 174 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241855 • $16.95 • item code: 1853

The Vulvodynia Survival Guide How to Overcome Painful Vaginal Symptoms & Enjoy an Active Lifestyle With this guide, identify triggers, modify your diet to reduce symptoms, and find knowledgeable medical help. Learn how to reduce or eliminate debilitating pain, and begin to enjoy healthy sexual relations and normal daily activities. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

HOWARD I. GLAZER, PHD, & GAE RODKE, MD, FACOG 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242913 • $20.95 • item code: 2914

The Woman’s Book of Sleep A Complete Resource Guide This self-care guide explores what keeps women awake. Learn strategies to help you overcome specific sleep problems. AMY R. WOLFSON, PHD • FOREWORD BY KATHRYN A. LEE, PH.D. 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242494 • $16.95 • item code: 2493

The Women’s Guide to Thyroid Health Comprehensive Solutions for All Your Thyroid Symptoms An indispensable workbook designed to provide you with the tools you need to take charge of your health and identify thyroid imbalance. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KATHRYN R. SIMPSON, MS • FOREWORD BY THIERRY HERTOGHE, MD 8 x 10 • 176 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245778 • $21.95 • item code: 5778

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ACT with Love Stop Struggling, Reconcile Differences & Strengthen Your Relationship with Acceptance & Commitment Therapy ACT with Love is an accessible guide to applying acceptance, openness to change, and wisdom—crucial relating skills—to relationships. This book shows you how to focus on the present moment and take effective action in line with your values to deepen your relationship. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RUSS HARRIS, MD 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246225 • $17.95 • item code: 6225

The Mindful Couple

How Acceptance & Mindfulness Can Lead You to the Love You Want This book will help you identify your core values and discover, as a couple, the beauty that is available to you and your partner when you bring greater awareness and valuesguided behavior to your relationship. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ROBYN D. WALSER, PHD, & DARRAH WESTRUP, PHD 5 x 7 • 176 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246171 • $15.95 • item code: 6171

Emotional Fitness for Couples 10 Minutes a Day to a Better Relationship Peak athletic performance requires regular exercise, and a great relationship depends on regular emotional practice to stay in top form. Don’t wait for a crisis to make you scramble to save your relationship. Start building emotional fitness today! This collection of simple tips will energize your emotional fitness program and hone your relationship skills to championship levels—in just ten minutes a day. Topics include how to start fires in your sex life, how to date your mate, and tricks for stopping an argument before it starts. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BARTON GOLDSMITH, PHD 5 x 7 • 208 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244399 • $15.95 • item code: 4399

Emotional Fitness for Intimacy Sweeten & Deepen your Love in Only 10 Minutes a Day It’s easy to lose the spark in your relationship when you’re living day to day with your partner. But with a little effort, it’s also easy to recapture the intimacy and excitement of your dating days again. Get swept up in a love affair with your spouse or long-term partner using this collection of relationship tips. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BARTON GOLDSMITH, PHD 5 x 7 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246478 • $16.95 • item code: 6478

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Five Good Minutes® with the One You Love 100 Mindful Practices to Deepen & Renew Your Love Every Day Using simple techniques drawn from mindfulness practice, each of the intimate and fun activities in this book will help you feel closer, more connected, and more deeply in love with your partner. The meditations, affirmations, and observations you’ll Perfect find here will foster gratitude, trust, empathy, and loving-kindness. Use them for to get closer to the one you love, and watch as the benefits of mindfulness Valentine’s grow to fill your relationship with renewed romance, harmony, and joy. (Five Good Minutes is a registered trademark of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.)

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Jeffrey Brantley, MD, & Wendy Millstine, NC 6 x 6 • 256 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245129 • $14.95 • item code: 5129

The Power of Two Secrets to a Strong & Loving Marriage More than any other factor, your ability to resolve conflict determines the course of your relationship. The Power of Two details the skills that happy couples use to deal with differences. SUSAN HEITLER, PHD 6 x 9 • 312 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240599 • $19.95 • item code: 0598

The Power of Two Workbook Communication Skills for a Strong & Loving Marriage This book is a step-by-step guide for couples who want to enhance their communication skills and maximize their relationship’s potential for mutual support and growth. SUSAN HEITLER, PHD, & ABIGAIL HIRSCH, MA 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243347 • $21.95 • item code: 3341

The Introvert & Extrovert in Love Making It Work When Opposites Attract This book is based on current scientific research and innie/outie interviews as well as on the authors’ personal experiences as a “mixed” couple—introvert Marti Olsen Laney and extrovert Michael Laney have been happily married for more than fortytwo years. They must be doing something right! Marti Olsen Laney, PsyD, MFT, & Michael L. Laney 6 x 8 • 232 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244863 • $15.95 • item code: 4863

The Chemistry of Connection How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust, Intimacy & Love When you make love, cuddle with a partner, or have coffee with close friends, a powerful brain chemical called oxytocin floods your body with feelings of contentment and trust. This natural “love drug,” produced by the hypothalamus, is responsible for human bonding in both platonic and intimate relationships. In this book, you’ll learn easy ways to increase your natural supply of oxytocin to establish deeper connections with family, friends, and romantic partners. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN KUCHINSKAS 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246232 • $16.95 • item code: 6232

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The High-Conflict Couple A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Guide to Finding Peace, Intimacy & Validation Using mindfulness and distress tolerance techniques, you learn how to de-escalate conflict situations before they have a chance to flare into serious fights. Other techniques help partners disclose their personal fears and vulnerabilities and validate one another’s experiences. Ultimately, by practicing the techniques in this book you will learn how to manage problems with negotiation, not conflict, and how to find true acceptance and closeness with your partner. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ALAN E. FRUZZETTI, PHD • FOREWORD BY MARSHA M. LINEHAN, PHD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244504 • $16.95 • item code: 450X

Coping with Your Partner’s Jealousy This book offers a series of assessments designed to help you reflect on personality traits that contribute to jealousy, both in yourself and in your partner. The book contains exercises and strategies that will help you identify the triggers that provoke jealous reactions in your partner. Techniques for effective boundary-setting, enhanced communication, and deepened intimacy give you the tools you need to work through periods of jealous reaction.  NINA BROWN, EDD, LPC, NCC 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243682 • $12.95 • item code: 3686

Couple Skills, Second Edition Making Your Relationship Work This book will change how you communicate, how you think about your partner, how you behave, and how you cope with problems and conflicts. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, PATRICK FANNING, & KIM PALEG, PHD 6 x 9 • 328 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244818 • $17.95 • item code: 4818

Couple Skills: The Video See the most important lessons of Couple Skills come to life in an entertaining and informative video. 30 minutes (VHS) • 1995 • ISBN 9781572240162 • $39.95 • item code: 0164

The Emotional Affair How to Recognize Emotional Infidelity & What to Do About It Emotional affairs do not necessarily include sex or physical intimacy of any kind, but the effects can be just as devastating to relationships as sexual affairs. This book helps you determine whether or not your partner is having an emotional affair, explains possible roots of the problem, and provides tools for recovering from the affair. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RONALD T. POTTER-EFRON, MSW, PHD, & PATRICIA S. POTTER-EFRON, MS 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245709 • $16.95 • item code: 5709

Infidelity A Survival Guide It is possible to recover from the crisis of infidelity. This step-by-step book helps you deal with the shock of discovery and cope with the emotional impact of the realization of an affair. Decide what it tells you about your relationship. Choose whether to abandon or rebuild your partnership. DON-DAVID LUSTERMAN, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572240872 • $16.95 • item code: 0873

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Intimacy After Infidelity How to Rebuild & Affair-Proof Your Marriage This book develops a three-type model of intimacy and infidelity and analyzes each. The authors include a discussion of how to evaluate a relationship for infidelity risks and how to choose a partner who is less likely to be unfaithful. STEVEN D. SOLOMON, PHD, & LORIE J. TEAGNO, PHD 6 x 9 • 206 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244610 • $16.95 • item code: 4615

When Love Stumbles How to Rediscover Love, Trust & Fulfillment in Your Relationship Falling in love is easy. Staying deeply committed to your relationship, even when love stumbles, is the greater challenge. Eight major stumbling blocks can cause even the most passionate couples to drift apart—and chances are, if you’re in a committed relationship, you’ve brushed up against at least a few of these. This book offers a plan for reversing problematic relationship patterns by making simple changes to your everyday habits. You’ll find that these small but important Read more about this book at steps will help your relationship find its http://nhpubs.com/love-stumbles footing once again. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Randi Gunther, PhD 6 x 9 • 248 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249936 • $17.95 • item code: 9936

Contemplating Divorce A Step-by-Step Guide to Deciding Whether to Stay or Go Some couples are quick to split because they are unwilling to devote the necessary effort to fixing their relationships or to understanding their partners, while others miss out on personal fulfillment by staying too long in unhealthy marriages. This practical guide will help you evaluate your marriage to determine whether you should stay or go. Without bias toward or against the option of divorce, Contemplating Divorce includes helpful tools to guide you to the right decision. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN PEASE GADOUA, LCSW 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245242 • $16.95 • item code: 5242

Transformational Divorce Discover Yourself, Reclaim Your Dreams & Embrace Life’s Unlimited Possibilities This book is written to help divorcées avoid the destructive state of consuming resentment that often accompanies the dissolution of marriage. It teaches how to direct effort and energy toward thriving in life after divorce—toward achieving the sort of wonderful life that was missed in the problematic marriage. Learn how to map the journey through your future life and create a strong foundation for greater happiness. KAREN KAHN WILSON, EDD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243415 • $16.95 • item code: 3414

Stronger Day by Day Reflections for Healing & Rebuilding After Divorce Written by a professional divorce mediator and coach, Stronger Day by Day offers daily reflections and insights you can turn to as you navigate through this emotionally turbulent time. Chapters focus on common stages and feelings that people undergoing divorce experience, including grief, resistance to change, and confusion. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN PEASE GADOUA, LCSW 5 x 7 • 200 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248090 • $15.95 • item code: 8090

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Splitting Protecting Yourself While Divorcing Someone with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorder Splitting is a legal and psychological guidebook that everyone seeking a divorce from a persuasive blamer should own. Written by Bill Eddy, a family lawyer and divorce mediator, and Randi Kreger, BPD expert and author of Stop Walking on Eggshells, it offers help for navigating the entire process of divorce: hiring a divorce lawyer, reaching a reasonable settlement, protecting yourself Read more about this book at and your children from emotional and/ http://nhpubs.com/splitting or physical abuse from the former spouse, and getting enforceable court orders. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Bill Eddy, LCSW, JD, & Randi Kreger 6 x 9 • 304 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820252 • $17.95 • item code: 20252

Disarming the Narcissist

Surviving & Thriving with the Self-Absorbed This book offers several strategies for dealing effectively with someone who is at the center of his or her own universe. By anticipating and avoiding certain hot-button issues, you’ll discover ways to relate to narcissists without triggering aggression. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Wendy T. Behary, LCSW Foreword by Jeffrey Young, PhD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245198 • $16.95 • item code: 5198

Children of the Self-Absorbed, Second Edition A Grown-Up’s Guide to Getting Over Narcissistic Parents From the author of Working with the Self-Absorbed and Loving the Self-Absorbed, this major revision of a self-help classic offers a step-by-step approach to resolving conflict and building a meaningful relationship with a narcissistic parent. It offers clear definitions of narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder to help you identify the extent of your parent’s problem. You’ll learn the different types of destructive narcissism and how to recognize their effects on relationships. . Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NINA W. BROWN, EDD, LPC 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245617 • $16.95 • item code: 5617

The One-Way Relationship Workbook Step-by-Step Help for Coping with Narcissists, Egotistical Lovers, Toxic Coworkers & Others Who Are Incredibly Self-Absorbed The exercises and worksheets in this powerful workbook were created by noted psychologists who have been researching and working with the self-absorbed for more than twenty years. Part I of this workbook helps you understand the mind of a narcissist and how narcissistic behavior affects the way you feel, think, and behave around this person. In Part II, you’ll learn practical strategies for making yourself heard during interactions with a narcissist. Eventually, you’ll be able to have regular contact with self-absorbed individuals comfortably, effectively, and Read more about this book at without frustration. http://nhpubs.com/one-way Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NEIL J. LAVENDER, PHD, & ALAN CAVAIOLA, PHD 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249097 • $21.95 • item code: 9097

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Adult Children of Divorce How to Overcome the Legacy of Your Parents’ Breakup and Enjoy Love, Trust & Intimacy Evaluate the level of dysfunction in your parents’ divorce and find ways to avoid the longterm conflicts that led to the breakdown of their marriage. Master healthy boundarysetting skills and communication techniques. Let go of guilt, pain, and anger; find out how to forgive your parents. ONLY available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JEFFREY ZIMMERMAN, PHD, & ELIZABETH THAYER, PHD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781608825950 • $16.95 • item code: 25950

The Critical Partner How to End the Cycle of Criticism & Get the Love You Want If you’re in a relationship with a critical partner, this book can help you understand the behavior that drives your partner’s criticism and end this relationship pattern using schema therapy. First, this book helps you identify your partner’s schema using assessments and checklists. A schema is an entrenched pattern of relating to others that often develops in childhood. The book offers a clear, step-by-step plan for weakening the destructive schemas at work in your relationships and developing new coping strategies for deflecting criticism. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Michelle Skeen, PsyD • Foreword by Jeffrey Young, PHD 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820276 • $16.95 • item code: 20276

The Courage to Trust A Guide to Building Deep & Lasting Relationships Grounding this book is the author’s own concept of the three core selves: the child, the protector, and the adult. Each of these personae influences trust. With a clearer understanding of how and why your own personal trust patterns function, you can use the book’s cognitive behavioral exercises to help rewrite negative messages of shame, betrayal, and hurt that often underlie unhealthy patterns of trust. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

CYNTHIA L. WALL, LCSW • FOREWORD BY SUE PATTON THOELE 6 x 9 • 176 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243804 • $16.95 • item code: 3805

It’s So Hard to Love You Staying Sane When Your Loved One Is Manipulative, Needy, Dishonest, or Addicted This book offers a program for anyone who is anguished by loving a difficult person but wants to maintain a sane relationship with him or her. Readers will become aware of the negative effects the loved one’s behavior is having on their lives and learn to accept that their loved one will probably not change. The book helps them shift their focus from changing the difficult person to changing their reaction to them. Once readers learn to relate to the difficult loved one on their own terms, the book helps them find ways to deal with possible negative reactions that might arise from the new dynamic of the relationship. Bill Klatte, MSW, LCSW, & Kate Thompson 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244962 • $14.95 • item code: 4962

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Relationship Saboteurs Overcoming the Ten Behaviors That Undermine Love Do you seek a healthy romantic relationship, but continue to find yourself repeating the same negative behaviors that may have ended your relationships in the past? Have you already identified destructive patterns, yet continue to repeat them despite your desire for a strong and lasting romantic relationship? If so, you are not alone. Relationship Saboteurs is an easy-to-follow guide that will help you identify and end your relationshipdestroying tendencies once and for all. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RANDI GUNTHER, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247468 • $17.95 • item code: 7468

Undefended Love Intimacy can only occur when the heart is undefended, which means learning how to love without defenses. It means being emotionally present even when you feel exposed or vulnerable. With this book, develop this capacity for undefended love and never again feel emotionally disconnected or unloved. These powerful techniques will benefit anyone who has ever had difficulties learning to trust. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JETT PSARIS, PHD, & MARLENA S. LYONS, PHD FOREWORD BY GAY HENDRICKS & KATHLYN HENDRICKS 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242081 • $18.95 • item code: 2086

When Good Men Behave Badly Change Your Behavior, Change Your Relationship This book explores the latest research about male psychological development to create a new, compassionate narrative for the struggles men face. Learn to recognize and label your internal states. Find out why displays of “not so masculine” emotions are so difficult to deal with, and why they can provoke episodes of problematic behavior. Explore the father-son relationship and the reality of male peer relations; see why these patterned interactions can reinforce bad behavior from generation to generation. Structured exercises and strategies help transfer the concepts of the book into daily experience. Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

DAVID B. WEXLER, PHD • FOreword by William Pollack, PhD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243460 • $16.95 • item code: 3465

The White Knight Syndrome Rescuing Yourself from Your Need to Rescue Others Real-life white knights are men and women who enter into romantic relationships with seemingly damaged, helpless, and vulnerable partners in hopes that love will transform their behavior, a relationship pattern that seldom leads to a storybook ending. The White Knight Syndrome presents a unique look at the rescuer-victim relationship dynamic, and provides skills for building healthy relationships. Also available as an eBook at newharbinger.com

MARY C. LAMIA, PHD, & MARILYN J. KRIEGER, PHD 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246249 • $16.95 • item code: 6249

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Going Home without Going Crazy How to Get Along with Your Parents & Family (Even When They Push Your Buttons) Use the four-level conflict continuum to understand conflict within your family and work toward resolution. With these ideas in mind, you can use the book’s other techniques to deal with anger, communicate more effectively, and strengthen relationships. ANDRA MEDEA 6 x 9 • 208 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244498 $14.95 • item code: 4496

The Daughter-in-Law’s Survival Guide Everything You Need to Know About Relating to Your Mother-in-Law Making peace with “the other woman in his life” can challenge any daughter-in-law. With step-by-step guidance from an expert family therapist, learn how to identify dysfunctional dynamics, handle boundary disputes, and deal with nagging criticism. EDEN UNGER BOWDITCH & AVIVA SAMET, PSYD 5 x 8 • 160 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242814 • $12.95 • item code: 2817

The Conscious Bride Women Unveil Their True Feelings About Getting Hitched Based on a series of insightful observations about the nature of the matrimonial transition, this book combines warm and thoughtful advice with the real stories of women’s experiences with engagement and marriage. Explore the changes that come with the transition from your identity as a single person to that of a wife and partner. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SHERYL PAUL 5.25 x 7.5 • 232 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242135 • $17.95 • item code: 2132

The Couple’s Guide to Love & Money Surprisingly, more couples report that the conflict over money and finances is the greatest threat to their relationship, surpassing squabbles over hot-button topics like sex and child-rearing. Use this book to discover your money personalities. Stop fighting about finances. Learn to merge money-management styles. Negotiate money hot spots and plan for a successful financial future together. JONATHAN RICH, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 200 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243118 • $18.95 • item code: 3112

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Coping with Erectile Dysfunction How to Regain Confidence & Enjoy Great Sex  ontinuing the momentum of their revolutionary book, Coping with Premature C Ejaculation, Michael Metz and Barry McCarthy bring you the only complete self-help resource on the market for men dealing with erectile dysfunction. Not only is this book the first to address this problem using the most current research into male sexuality, but it is the first to propose a treatment approach that unites medical, psychological, and relationship-enhancing techniques into a cooperative process that couples can work through together. MICHAEL E. METZ, PHD, & BARRY W. MCCARTHY, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243866 • $17.95 • item code: 3864

Coping with Premature Ejaculation How to Overcome PE, Please Your Partner & Have Great Sex Countless thousands of couples experience frustration and conflict because of this most common sexual problem—unnecessarily. Premature ejaculation is an extremely complex condition but one that is very treatable when you have the right tools. This book goes far beyond anything ever written about this condition to bring you the very latest, most effective techniques for beating PE and creating the sizzling sex life you’ve always dreamed of. MICHAEL E. METZ, PHD, & BARRY W. MCCARTHY, PHD 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243408 • $17.95 • item code: 3406

In the Mood, Again A Couple’s Guide to Reawakening Sexual Desire If you’ve experienced serious conflict in your relationship due to lack of interest in sex, this book offers real advice for real change. Learn to clearly identify what caused your or your partner’s lack of sexual desire. Develop effective communication skills that will improve every aspect of your relationship. Work through the steamy exercises together and turn up the sexual heat. KATHLEEN A. CERVENKA, PHD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243514 • $14.95 • item code: 3511

Sex Talk Uncensored Exercises for Exploring What Really Turns You On A sex therapist and an erotica writer collaborated to write this book—a collection of fifty uncensored stories and innovative exercises—that will help you move your sexual relationship in new and fantastic directions. Say the things you always wanted to but never dared. ALINE ZOLDBROD, PHD, & LAUREN DOCKETT 5.25 x 7.5 • 176 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242869 • $15.95 • item code: 2868

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Dancing Naked Breaking Through the Emotional Limits That Keep You from the Job You Want In this guide, find ways to embrace the uncertainties of today’s job market and move beyond the issues that prevent you from finding the work you love. Imaginative exercises help you sidestep self-doubt, pinpoint your goals, and use contacts and resources to manage your career with confidence and maximum effectiveness. ROBERT C. CHOPE, PHD 6 x 9 • 262 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241848 • $14.95 • item code: 1845

Fearless Job Hunting Powerful Psychological Strategies for Getting the Job You Want Successful job seekers have two major skills their competitors don’t: the psychological endurance to approach job opportunities fearlessly, and the ability to adapt to a variety of situations to position themselves as each interviewer’s dream candidate. Fearless Job Hunting offers these powerful psychological techniques drawn from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and reveals the strategies decision-makers in top corporations use to find and hire exceptional employees. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

BILL KNAUS, EDD, SAM KLARREICH, PHD, RUSSell GRIEGER, PHD, & NANCY KNAUS, MBA, PHD FOREWORD BY GEORGE S. ELIAS, EDD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248342 • $16.95 • item code: 8342

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The Source of Leadership Eight Drivers of the High-Impact Leader Leadership is failing in many forums and failing at an increasing rate as technology accelerates and complicates our existence. Here you’ll discover the source to embodying and performing the well known but highly elusive traits of the high-impact leader. You’ll learn how to develop eight personal drivers, energies deep within, each of which drives several of the traits and functions of the high-impact effective leader. With the burgeoning trend toward seeking a deeper grounding personally as a means of performing better professionally, The Source of Leadership is the early “defining voice” of this new leadership discipline. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

david M. traversi • Foreword by michael e. gerber 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245082 • $24.95 • item code: 5082

Thinking Outside the Cubicle How to Change the Job You Have into the Job You Want Find tips and strategies to increase your job satisfaction by transforming the workplace from within. Deal with frustrating bosses and difficult coworkers, and hone your job skills. Restructure your job to match your goals, build rewarding business relationships, and feel secure enough to leave the office behind at the end of the day. NORMAN J. MESHRIY, MS 7 x 7 • 114 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242678 • $12.95 • item code: 2671

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Toxic Coworkers How to Deal with Dysfunctional People on the Job We’ve all worked with difficult coworkers, and some of them seem to be more than just irritable and gossipy—some seem downright toxic. This book shows you how to recognize common personality traits that complicate working relationships. Learn to develop effective strategies for dealing with them when they affect you and your work. Find ways to repair damaged relationships and form strong, lasting partnerships. ALAN A. CAVAIOLA, PHD, & NEIL J. LAVENDER, PHD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242197 • $16.95 • item code: 2191

Watercooler Wisdom How Smart People Prosper in the Face of Conflict, Pressure & Change The authors surveyed over twenty thousand executives, managers, and staff from around the world and discovered how everyone from CEOs to secretaries can flourish despite the ever-increasing stresses of the workplace. Watercooler Wisdom is not a “businessas-usual” business book. It’s a practical guide that offers you pertinent and powerful techniques for coping with conflict, pressure, and change—the three greatest sources of stress for workers worldwide. KEITH BAILEY & KAREN LELAND 6 x 9 • 232 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244368 • $14.95 • item code: 4364

The Well-Ordered Office How to Create an Efficient & Serene Workspace What would you do with three extra weeks each year—travel, relax, spend more time with family and friends? Studies suggest that the average businessperson squanders some 150 hours—more than three workweeks—every year looking for things in his or her cluttered office or cubicle. Taking the time to organize is making time to enjoy the things you really love. In this book, the author of The Well-Ordered Home develops her step-by-step and amazingly easy program for clearing the clutter and making sense of the mess. Drawing on her experience as an organizer and practicing psychologist, the author offers simple strategies for overcoming these issues once and for all. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KATHLEEN KENDALL-TACKETT, PHD 7 x 7 • 136 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243859 • $13.95 • item code: 3856

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Your Life on Purpose How to Find What Matters & Create the Life You Want This book explains how you can reclaim your life by identifying and reconnecting with three types of core values: self-enhancement, meaning-based values, and life purpose. You’ll learn to create an action plan for putting your values to work in everyday life by turning values into clear intentions and intentions into committed action. Always acknowledging the possible consequences and painful emotions involved in this process—fear of failure, self-judgment, shame, sacrifice, behavioral blocks, and Make other obstacles—the authors present strategies for overcoming barriers and 2012 your fostering acceptance of necessary Read more about this book at year! pain in the service of living a valueshttp://nhpubs.com/life-purpose driven life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, JOHN P. FORSYTH, PHD, & GEORG H. EIFERT, PHD 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249059 • $16.95 • item code: 9059

Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Get ready to take a different perspective on your problems and your life—and the way you live it. Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) takes a fresh look at why we suffer and even what it means to be mentally healthy. What if pain were a normal, unavoidable part of the human condition, but avoiding or trying to control painful experience were the cause of suffering and long-term problems that can devastate your quality of life? As you work through this book, you’ll learn to let go of your struggle against pain, assess your values, and then commit to acting in ways that further those values. This book is about developing a willingness to embrace every experience life has to offer. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Steven C. Hayes, PhD, with Spencer Smith 8.5 x 11 • 224 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244252 • $21.95 • item code: 4259

The Assertiveness Workbook How to Express Your Ideas & Stand Up for Yourself at Work & in Relationships This workbook is designed to help anyone who feels paralyzed by an opposing viewpoint. Proven techniques help you set personal boundaries. Learn to be more genuine and open in relationships without fearing attack. Defend yourself when criticized or presented with unreasonable requests. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RANDY J. PATERSON, PHD 7 x 10 • 216 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572242098 • $21.95 • item code: 2094

But I Didn’t Mean That! How to Avoid Misunderstandings & Hurt Feelings in Everyday Life This book can help even the most scandalous misspeaker. It outlines six questions of positive thinking and speaking, called Q-Points. Come up with an answer to each before you speak, and you can start to avoid those terrible slips that hurt yourself and others. As you explore common speaking situations, you’ll discover how to use the Q-points to start conversing with empathy, confidence, and unimpeachable tact. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

June Paris, Rachel Small & Richard Heyman, EdD 5 x 7 • 168 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244887 • $14.95 • item code: 4887

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The Emotional House How Redesigning Your Home Can Change Your Life  e exercises in this book encourage you to list the activities you engage in, room by Th room, in your homes. You’ll learn how to analyze each room’s size, layout, and decor and how to read your psychological and physiological reactions to the various spaces. Then the book offers a step-by-step process you can use to figure out what you and your living companions—family members, roommates, and even pets—want out of each room. Based on these discoveries, the book proposes cleaning, organizing, and decorating ideas guaranteed to make each room function better. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KATHRYN L. ROBYN & DAWN RITCHIE 7.5 x 9.25 • 232 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244085 • $26.95 • item code: 4089

The Gift of Loving-Kindness 100 Meditations on Compassion, Generosity & Forgiveness While Buddha taught loving-kindness meditation as an antidote to fear, it can also quiet feelings of anger, judgment, and worry by helping you see the innate goodness within yourself and others. Whether used as part of a formal meditation practice or as daily mindfulness exercises, the 100 meditations in this book make it easy to open your heart and share the seeds of loving-kindness with others.

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MARY BRANTLEY, MA, LMFT, & TESILYA HANAUER, CMT 300 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781608825431 • $15.95 • item code: 25431

The Habit Change Workbook How to Break Bad Habits & Form Good Ones This step-by-step, cognitive behavioral program helps you break unwanted habits and replace them with healthy new ones. Together with extensive self-assessment and monitoring tools, learn to overcome a variety of specific habits. Plan to replace troubling and destructive habits with healthy, positive behaviors. Learn ways to for deal with relapse.

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JAMES CLAIBORN, PHD, & CHERRY PEDRICK, RN 8.5 x 11 • 256 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242630 • $27.95 • item code: 2639

How to Stop Backing Down & Start Talking Back Here’s a book for all those times you said “yes” but really meant “no.” It offers an arsenal of rhetorical weapons you can use to stop verbal assailants in their tracks. From ways to answer the ubiquitous “How are you?” honestly to strategies for talking to an unresponsive physician, the book offers up fun, easy ways to deal effectively with common situations. In no time, you’ll learn to hold your own in family discussions and relate to your significant other with confidence, savvy, and tact. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

LISA FRANKFORT, PHD, LMFT, & PATRICK FANNING 7 x 7 • 136 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244177 • $13.95 • item code: 4178

Hypnosis for Change, Third Edition Learn self-hypnosis techniques designed to help with a wide range of problems. Topics covered include weight loss, stopping smoking, phobias or anxiety, natural childbirth, pain control, and improving academic or athletic performance. These safe and easy techniques can lead to real and lasting change. JOSIE HADLEY & CAROL STAUDACHER 6 x 9 • 296 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240575 • $18.95 • item code: 0571

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Juicy Tomatoes Plain Truths, Dumb Lies & Sisterly Advice about Life after 50 Compare notes about calcium supplements, hot flashes, and sex after Viagra. Find out how other women feel about empty nests and the children they never had. And what are those funny skin things on your neck, anyway? This tell-all conversation is a support group, a handbook, and a chorus of old friends within one cover. Only available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN SWARTZ 5.25 x 7.5 • 216 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781608826025 • $14.95 • item code: 26025

The Juicy Tomatoes Guide to Ripe Living after 50 Author Susan Swartz likes to call the new fifty-plus woman a Juicy Tomato, someone who enjoys her lushness, and, to push the metaphor, squeezes the most from life. Juicy tomatoes know that experience is an asset, not a liability and that wisdom and power are a lot sexier than a flat stomach. Long after breaking barriers for women in their youth, they are remaking the image of midlife and beyond. Here you are introduced to over one hundred such women. They have clout and daring and humor, and in candid interviews with the author they tell how they forged ahead and kissed those aging stereotypes goodbye. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

SUSAN SWARTZ 7.25 x 9 • 264 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244320 • $17.95 • item code: 4321

The Lotus Effect Shedding Suffering & Rediscovering Your Essential Self Suffering results when we lose sight of our true sense of self and absorb everyday frustrations instead of letting these feelings fall away. Through the contemplative “identity detox” exercises and meditations in this book, you’ll learn to let go of stress, worry, anger, suffering, and need for approval as naturally as the lotus sheds mud from its leaves. As you practice detaching yourself from life’s disappointments, frustrations, and fears, you’ll take the first steps toward strengthening your core “lotus self ” so that you, too, will possess the resilience to blossom, no matter the circumstances. Discover Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PAVEL G. SOMOV, PHD 6 x 9 • 216 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249196 • $16.95 • item code: 9196

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Memories That Matter How to Use Self-Defining Memories to Understand & Change Your Life This book discusses our memories and how they work to define our personalities. Research suggests that certain powerful recollections called self-defining memories (SDMs) have a profound impact on larger issues pertaining to our identity and mental health. This book offers an approach readers can use to tap into SDMs and analyze these memories for their specificity, meaning, content, and effect. Once understood, these SDMs reveal clues to the reader that he or she can use to maximize the helping aspects and minimize the hurting aspects of these memories. JEFFERSON A. SINGER, PHD • FOREWORD BY PETER SALOVEY, PHD 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244078 • $15.95 • item code: 4070

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The Memory Doctor Fun, Simple Techniques to Improve Memory & Boost Your Brain Power This book teaches readers that our memory doesn’t actually “go.” Instead, we start forgetting important details because our lives have gotten so busy. It offers a simple, effective solution. After learning the basics of memory from this book, you’ll get a crash course in fast relaxation. You get to experiment with many fun ways to improve attention, encoding, and fact-retrieval skills. DOUGLAS J. MASON, PSYD, LSCW, & SPENCER XAVIER SMITH 5.25 x 7.5 • 152 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572243705 • $14.95 • item code: 3708

The Memory Workbook Breakthrough Techniques to Exercise Your Brain & Improve Your Memory Based on the authors’ award-winning research, this book contains innovative techniques, exercises, games, and puzzles to help you develop good mental habits and improve memory. DOUGLAS J. MASON, PSYD, & MICHAEL LEE KOHN, PSYD FOREWORD BY KAREN A. CLARK, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 248 pages • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242586 • $21.95 • item code: 2582

Messages, Third Edition The Communication Skills Book A comprehensive and endlessly practical guide, now in its third edition, has helped more than 100,000 readers develop communication skills in all areas of life. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, MARTHA DAVIS, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 6 x 9 • 360 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245921 • $18.95 • item code: 5921

The Messages Workbook Powerful Strategies for Effective Communication at Work & Home This workbook helps you apply these skills specifically to different aspects of your life. Step-by-step worksheets, fill-in exercises, and case stories help you avoid communication pitfalls and make long-lasting, life-enhancing changes. The workbook guides you through challenging communication situations like talking through a power dynamic with a boss or a subordinate, with elders, or with people of different cultures. MARTHA DAVIS, PHD, KIM PALEG, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 8.5 x 11 • 240 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243712 • $24.95 • item code: 3716

Not Dead Yet ...and One or Two Other Good Things About Retirement After years of drudgery in the respectable working world, you’ve earned the right to unlimited free time. If there’s more to retirement than meditation, medication, and reflection, author Patrick Fanning sets out to find it in this irreverent guide to life in the slow lane. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PATRICK FANNING 5 x 7 • 156 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245525 • $14.95 • item code: 5525

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The Power of Focusing A Practical Guide to Emotional Self-Healing This book takes you step by step through the process of listening to your body. Learn to find words or images to fit the feelings that arise, and then translate these messages into insights. Sharper decision making and positive changes ultimately follow. Techniques in this book are of particular interest to those recovering from trauma. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ANN WEISER CORNELL, PHD 6 x 9 • 128 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240445 • $16.95 • item code: 044X

The Procrastination Workbook Your Personalized Program for Breaking Free from the Patterns That Hold You Back Don’t put off reading this book! Identify your personal procrastination style, and then change the underlying mechanisms that reinforce your procrastination. Stepby-step exercises keep you motivated. Use the techniques to counter procrastinating tendencies at work and at home, in school, and in your personal relationships. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

WILLIAM KNAUS, EDD • FOREWORD BY ALBERT ELLIS, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 184 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572242951 • $21.95 • item code: 2957

Successful Problem Solving A Workbook to Overcome the Four Core Beliefs That Keep You Stuck Learn that you deserve to get what you want. Find the confidence to risk a change in a dangerous world. Discover the extent of your competence (it’s much greater than you think), and learn to give your own needs the priority they deserve. The book’s step-by-step instructions will get you where you really want to go. MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD, & PATRICK FANNING 8.5 x 11 • 128 pages • 2002 • ISBN 9781572243026 • $19.95 • item code: 3023

Talk to Me Conversation Tips for the Small-Talk Challenged This book—a sassy, nuts-and-bolts guide—teaches you to find your silver tongue and become a sparkling conversationalist. In these bite-sized chapters, find savvy, usable tips to improve small-talk skills, speak up with confidence, and make everyday social interactions more interesting and engaging. Learn to beat that awkward feeling. Speak with your own unique and captivating voice. CAROLE HONEYCHURCH, MA, & ANGELA WATROUS 7 x 7 • 120 pages • 2003 • ISBN 9781572243316 • $12.95 • item code: 3317

Therapy 101 A Brief Look at Modern Psychotherapy Techniques & How They Can Help Therapy 101 can guide you through the twists and turns of the mental health maze. You’ll learn about the different kinds of mental health professionals and the services they offer. You’ll explore the various kinds of therapy and learn which therapies are best for which problems. Filled with curious and entertaining tidbits about the colorful history of psychology, Therapy 101 is as entertaining as it is informative. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JEFFREY C. WOOD, PsyD, & MINNIE WOOD, NP Foreword by matthew mckay, phd 5 x 7 • 184 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245686 • $14.95 • item code: 5686

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The Turbulent Twenties Survival Guide Figuring Out Who You Are, What You Want & Where You’re Going after College  ou’ve graduated from college. Now what? Who are you? Where are you going? Your Y academic education has prepared you for practical tasks like finding a job, but many of the challenges you’ll face require a different set of skills. This book can help you develop these skills by putting the most cutting-edge psychological research at your fingertips to help you overcome the obstacles you’ll face throughout this trying and exciting time. MARCOS R. SALAZAR 6 x 8 • 216 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244214 • $14.95 • item code: 4216

Visualize Confidence How to Use Guided Imagery to Overcome Self-Doubt Research suggests that visualization stimulates the brain in many of the same ways as actual experience. When you visualize, you prepare yourself to experience your goal, developing self-confidence and conviction as you go. You’ll gain renewed optimism, learn anti-worry strategies, and use your imagination to foster the calm and poise you need to feel confident, competent, and assured. The mind-body techniques in the book include guided imagery, meditation, creative visualization, and personal rituals and exercises. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Kirwan Rockefeller, PhD • Foreword by Jeanne Achterberg, Ph.D. 6 x 8 • 208 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244948 • $14.95 • item code: 4948

When to Forgive A Personal Guide This book is for anyone who has ever thought that forgiving an injury seemed like the right thing to do but also felt a right to be angry. Make clear decisions about forgiveness and sort out how to put your decisions into action. MONA GUSTAFSON AFFINITO, PHD, LP 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241756 • $16.95 • item code: 1756

The Compassionate Mind A New Approach to Life’s Challenges Researchers have found that developing kindness and compassion for ourselves and others builds our confidence, helps us create meaningful, caring relationships, lowers anxiety and hostility, and promotes physical and mental health. Building on this latest research, this book offers many practical exercises to help deepen compassion towards ourselves and others. Far from fostering emotional weakness, compassion subdues our anger and increases our courage and resilience to depression and anxiety. Wisely used, compassion arms us with the strength to pursue genuine happiness, peace of mind, and peace in the world. PAUL GILBERT, PHD 6 x 9 • 544 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572248403 • $24.95 • item code: 8403

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special fiction A psychological thriller by Matthew McKay

Wawona Hotel A woman’s car is hit broadside. When she awakens from a three-week coma, Danielle McAllister slowly realizes that she has new awareness—the disturbing ability to read the emotions and motives of others with perfect clarity. But this strange gift has a price. Danielle’s husband, James, feels shame as he discovers her ability to know his intentions. The marriage goes through a series of jolting revelations while James copes with his transparency. As things fall apart, Danielle forms a relationship with a young man named Harper who is exhilarated by the same transparency that James finds so shameful. This love story powers a profound and disturbing mystery—what happens inside a person who is completely seen and known, yet not accepted? Wawona Hotel is a searing look at that question, a book both lyrical and wise, that pushes to the core of the human need to be loved. (Hardcover)

“Matthew McKay writes with compelling tenderness and unflinching insight into the workings—dark, light, and numinous—of the human heart.” —Barbara Quick, author of Northern Edge and Vivaldi’s Virgins

MATTHEW McKAY 6 x 9 • 240 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781893448063 • $24.95 • item code: B8063

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The Untethered Soul The Journey Beyond Yourself What would it be like to be free from limitations and soar beyond your boundaries? What can you do each day to find this kind of inner peace and freedom? The Untethered Soul offers a simple, profoundly intuitive answer to these questions. Whether this is your first exploration of inner space or you’ve devoted your life to the inward journey, this book will transform your relationship with yourself and the world around you.

“Read this book carefully and you will get more than a glimpse of eternity.” ­—Deepak Chopra

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michael A. singer 6 x 9 • 200 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245372 • $17.95 • item code: 5372

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The End of Materialism How Evidence of the Paranormal is Bringing Science & Spirit Together In this book, transpersonal psychologist Charles Tart presents over fifty years of scientific research conducted at the nation’s leading universities that proves humans do have natural spiritual impulses and abilities. The End of Materialism presents an elegant argument for the union of science and spirituality in light of this new evidence, and explains why a truly rational viewpoint must address the reality of a spiritual world. (Hardcover) CHARLES T. TART, PHD • FOREWORD BY HUSTON SMITH, PHD, & Kendra Smith 6 x 9 • 416 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246454 • $29.95 • item code: 6454

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Just One Thing Developing A Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time You’ve heard the expression, “It’s the little things that count.” Research has shown that little daily practices can change the way your brain works, too. This book offers simple brain-training practices you can do every day to protect against stress, lift your mood, and find greater emotional Big Rick Hanson changes start resilience. Just One Thing gives you a treasure chest of over fifty practices created specifically to enhance your ability to access with just a deeper sense of well-being and unconditional happiness.

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Rick Hanson, PhD 5 x 7 • 232 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820313 • $15.95 • item code: 20313

Buddha’s Brain The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love & Wisdom Buddha’s Brain draws on the latest research to show how to stimulate and strengthen your brain for more fulfilling relationships, a deeper spiritual life, and a greater sense of inner confidence and worth. You’ll learn how to activate the brain states of calm, joy, and compassion instead of worry, sorrow, Read more about this book at and anger. This clear, down-to-earth http://nhpubs.com/buddha-brain book is filled with practical tools and skills that you can use in daily life to tap the unused potential of your brain and rewire it over time for greater well-being and peace of mind. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RICK HANSON, PHD, WITH RICHARD MENDIUS, MD FOREWORD BY DANIEL J. SIEGEL, MD PREFACE BY JACK KORNFIELD, PHD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246959 • $17.95 • item code: 6959

True Belonging Mindful Practices to Help You Overcome Loneliness, Connect with Others & Cultivate Happiness In True Belonging, you’ll learn to free yourself from loneliness and a sense of isolation through mindfulness exercises that foster a feeling of unity and connectedness. This book shows us that we are more connected than we might think. Instead of seeing the outside world as something completely apart from oneself, you’ll come to notice and explore your interdependence with all of life, and learn to treat yourself more kindly and make contributions to ensure the well-being of others. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Jeffrey Brantley, MD, & Wendy Millstine, NC 5 x 7 • 168 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249332 • $16.95 • item code: 9332

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The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Building Social Confidence Using Compassion-Focused Therapy to Overcome Shyness & Social Anxiety The program in this book helps you both accept your shyness as part of your personality and challenge your social anxiety when it keeps you from living the life you want. This book also provides dozens of exercises that will help you practice mindfulness, imagery, compassionate thinking, and compassionate action—critical skills that will help you develop the ability to overcome shyness and make strides toward complete social confidence. Lynne Henderson, PhD • Foreword by Paul Gilbert, PhD 6 x 9 • 280 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249769 • $16.95 • item code: 9769

Living with Your Heart Wide Open How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Free You from Unworthiness, Inadequacy & Shame To live with shame and feelings of inadequacy is to live with guilt, self-loathing, and a constant sense of isolation propelled by the belief that you are deficient as a human being. This book presents a mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) path to moving past feelings of shame and unworthiness and toward a new perspective based in compassion and acceptance. MBSR has been proven to relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety and improve well-being. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Steve Flowers, MFT, & Bob Stahl, PhD • Foreword by Tara Brach, PhD 6 x 9 • 192 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249356 • $16.95 • item code: 9356

The Buddha’s Way of Happiness Healing Sorrow, Transforming Negative Emotion & Finding Well-Being in the Present Moment With this book as your guide, you’ll identify the barriers to happiness you create in your own life and use the eightfold path of Buddhist psychology to improve your ability to appreciate the small, joyful moments that happen every day. These exercises, meditations, and concrete approaches to practicing happiness and well-being are drawn from mindfulness, “no self,” and other ancient Buddhist insights, many of which have been proven effective by today’s psychologists and researchers. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

THOMAS BIEN, PHD • FOREWORD BY LAMA SURYA DAS 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248694 • $17.95 • item code: 8694

Do the Right Thing Living Ethically in an Unethical World This remarkable book explores the process that underlies the hard choices we make and describes a system that anyone can use to do the right thing in his or her daily life. The engaging and readable text is enriched with anecdotes and step-by-step exercises that reinforce the strategies of each chapter. You will take away an excellent understanding of contemporary ethics and a powerful set of decision-making tools that you can easily apply to your daily life. THOMAS G. PLANTE, PHD, ABPP 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2004 • ISBN 9781572243644 • $18.95 • item code: 3643

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Global Shift How A New Worldview Is Transforming Humanity Global Shift explores the roots of such current planetary crises as climate change, diminishing resources, poverty, and disease, and explains how a new convergence of scientific research and spiritual insight is propelling us toward a more enlightened future. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EDMUND J. BOURNE, PHD • FOREWORD BY MATTHEW GILBERT 6 x 9 • 352 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245976 • $21.95 • item code: 5976

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Living Deeply The Art & Science of Transformation in Everyday Life The fruit of the Institute of Noetic Sciences’ decadelong investigation into the power and potential of human consciousness, brings what we know about how people achieve transformation off the mountain top, down from the ivory tower, out of the laboratory, and into your hands. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, PhD, Cassandra Vieten, PhD, & Tina Amorok, PsyD • Foreword by Robert A.F. Thurman, PhD 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245334 • $16.95 • item code: 5334

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Six Keys to Creating the Life You Desire Stop Pursuing the Unattainable & Find the Fulfillment You Truly Need Why is the road to satisfaction so difficult to find? This book will help you recognize your core issues and break through the barriers to true fulfillment and personal achievement. MITCH MEYERSON & LAURIE ASHNER 8.5 x 11 • 330 pages • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241251 • $19.95 • item code: 125X

Staying Focused in the Age of Distraction How Mindfulness, Prayer & Meditation Can Help You Pay Attention to What Really Matters Even though you live in this often-unsettling age of distraction, you can dramatically improve the quality of your life by learning to pay attention to those things that matter to you the most. This book offers step-by-step techniques you can use to focus on your values, practice meaningful activity, and develop a greater sense of your own spirituality. A variety of methods, including mindfulness practice and prayer, can help you tune out the hum of distraction and concentrate on leading a rich and meaningful life. ELIZABETH HANSON HOFFMAN, PHD, & CHRISTOPHER D. HOFFMAN, MSW, LCSW 6 x 9 • 184 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244337 • $16.95 • item code: 433X

Wise Mind, Open Mind Finding Purpose & Meaning in Times of Crisis, Loss & Change This book offers a powerful three-step mindfulness approach to help you navigate times of crisis and unwanted change, rediscover your inner well of creativity, and move forward with passion and purpose. Combining techniques drawn from contemporary mind-body approaches, Buddhist psychology, mindfulness, creative thinking, and positive psychology to show you how to tap into your gifts and create a practical plan for personal transformation, this book will help you move through the challenges you face. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RONALD A. ALEXANDER, PHD • foreword by Lama Surya das 6 x 9 • 224 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246430 • $17.95 • item code: 6430

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audio programs New Harbinger’s selection of audio programming is designed to complement and support many of our book titles. The programs in this list are written and recorded by the same respected professionals that write our books. Each one is guaranteed to assist you with learning and practicing valuable, life-changing skills.

The Cognitive Control Series

This series of audio programs is based on our essential book of cognitive behavioral techniques for effecting change in your life, Thoughts & Feelings. Learn step-by-step protocols for controlling destructive behaviors such as anxiety, obsessional thinking, uncontrolled anger, and depression. We strongly recommend that you use these tapes in conjunction with the book Thoughts & Feelings (see page 48). $11.95 EACH Systematic Desensitization • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986281 • item code: 6282 Covert Modeling and Reinforcement • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986298 • item code: 6290 Pain Control and Healing • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986250 • item code: 6258

The Hypnosis Series

From the author of Hypnosis for Change, each program contains dialogue to promote change in a particular aspect of your life. We strongly recommend that you read Hypnosis for Change (see page 108) before using these audiotapes, to acquaint yourself with the ideas behind self-hypnosis. $11.95 each Hypnosis for Non-Smoking • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986328 • item code: 6320 Hypnosis for Sleep • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986403 • item code: 6401 Hypnosis for Improved Learning • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986335 • item code: 6339 Hypnosis for Motivating Change and Problem Solving • 1987 • ISBN 9780934986342 • item code: 6347 Hypnosis for Overcoming Depression • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240902 • item code: 0903 Hypnosis for Coping Before and After Surgery • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240919 • item code: 0911

Depression & Anxiety Management

In this audio program, John Preston offers step-by-step help for identifying the thoughts that make you anxious and depressed. Follow the guided exercises to reduce your worry and improve your mood. $11.95 • 1993 • ISBN 9781879237469 • item code: 7466

Designing the Life of Your Dreams A Guided Visualization for Creating the Life You Desire This companion audiotape to the book, Six Keys to Creating the Life You Desire (see page 116) guides you toward a clearer vision of the steps you need to take to create the life you really desire. $11.95 • 1999 • ISBN 9781572241558 • item code: 1551

Drifting Off to Sleep A soothing collection of suggestions and relaxing music, this tape has produced remarkable results even for chronic insomniacs. Play the tape at bedtime and start enjoying nights of restful, uninterrupted sleep. $11.95 • 2001 • ISBN 9781572242258 • item code: 2256

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Acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT) Cofounded by Steven C. Hayes, PhD, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is a contextual-psychology-based therapy that offers a revolutionary approach to mental health problems. ACT seeks to teach people how to stop avoiding their problems and focus instead on the things that bring fulfillment to their lives, and has shown relevance in almost every area of behavioral health and psychological change. ACT now joins cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) on the list of evidence-based practices maintained by governmental agencies and professional groups. ACT has also been proven effective for treating everything from depression and anxiety to eating disorders and relationship problems. Please take a moment to review our ACT books and DVDs.

Introduction to ACT Learning & Applying the Core Principles & Techniques of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy The evidence-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) model is a powerful treatment for clients struggling with depression, anxiety, chronic anger, eating disorders, chronic pain, and other problems. In this eight-hour introduction to ACT theory and technique, psychologists and ACT trainers Matthew McKay and Patricia Zurita Ona explain and demonstrate the ACT treatment processes in detail and offer all the guidance professionals need to integrate mindfulness and acceptance strategies into client sessions, spurring on lasting Read more about this dvd at behavior change and values-based action. http://nhpubs.com/act-dvd Matthew McKay, PhD, & Patricia Zurita Ona, PsyD DVD • 2011 • runtime 8 hours • ISBN 9781608821709 • $199.95 • item code: 21709

ACT Made Simple An Easy-to-Read Primer on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Would you like to be less stressed and more fulfilled at work? Then join the many thousands of therapists and life coaches worldwide who are learning acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). ACT is not just a proven-effective treatment for depression, anxiety, stress, addictions, eating disorders, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, and myriad other psychological issues. It’s also a revolutionary new way to view the human condition, packed full of exciting new tools, techniques, and strategies for promoting profound behavioral change. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RUSS HARRIS • FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 8 x 10 • 280 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572247055 • $39.95 • item code: 7055

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders A Practitioner’s Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance & Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies This book adapts the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) into practical, step-by-step clinical methods that therapists can easily integrate into their practices. (Hardcover + CD-ROM) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Georg H. Eifert. PhD, & John P. Forsyth, PhD Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD 7 x 10 • 304 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244276 • $59.95 • item code: 4275

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Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Eating Disorders A Process-Focused Guide to Treating Anorexia & Bulimia This book presents a thorough conceptual foundation along with a complete protocol therapists can use to target the rigidity and perfectionism at the core of most eating disorders. Using this protocol, therapists can help clients overcome anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and other types of disordered eating. This professional guide offers a review of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) as a theoretical orientation and presents case conceptualizations that illuminate the ACT process. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EMILY K. SANDOZ, PHD, KELLY G. WILSON, PHD, & TROY DUFRENE 6 x 9 • 312 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572247338 • $59.95 • item code: 7338

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Body Image Dissatisfaction A Practitioner’s Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance & Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies This manual is for practitioners seeking to help clients let go of self-judgment and preoccupation with body image. Mindfulness and acceptance approaches target the underlying anxiety and perfectionism that keep many trapped in destructive relationships with their bodies. This book presents a clear plan for showing clients how to clarify their values to help broaden their lives and refocus on what is most meaningful and vital to them.(Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

ADRIA N. PEARSON, PHD, MICHELLE HEFFNER, PHD, & VICTORIA M. FOLLETTE, PHD • FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 7 x 10 • 216 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247758 • $49.95 • item code: 7758

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder & Trauma-Related Problems A Practitioner’s Guide to Using Mindfulness & Acceptance Strategies After a quick overview of PTSD, this book explains the problem of experiential avoidance as it relates to trauma and explores the verbal nature of post-traumatic stress. (Includes CD-ROM) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Robyn D. Walser, PhD, & Darrah Westrup, PhD Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, PhD 6 x 9 • 272 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608823338 • $58.95 • item code: 23338

Learning ACT An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills-Training Manual for Therapists Learning ACT describes the six core therapeutic processes of ACT, laying out the theoretical background that sets the stage for the rest of the book. Then it outlines a process for case conceptualization from an ACT perspective and gives readers an opportunity to practice conceptualizing cases. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

jason b. luoma, phd, steven c. hayes, phd, & robyn d. walser, phd 8.5 x 11 • 320 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572244986 • $44.95 • item code: 4986

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The ACT in Action DVD Series The ACT in Action DVD series lets you observe the core processes of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) as it is practiced in a real clinical setting.These professional training programs—featuring ACT cofounder Steven Hayes—will guide you through the introduction of a client to the ACT approach and the main phases of the therapy. If you’re interested in this exciting new approach, you need to add these professional training programs to your library.

Facing the Struggle An introduction to the series; informed consent; working with a dug-in client and creative hopelessness; psychoeducation; values work with a client in chronic pain. item code: 5273

Control & Acceptance The rigged game of living with your thoughts; structuring ACT work; the real costs of avoidance; acceptance and the move toward change. item code: 5280

Cognitive Defusion Definition and description of defusion; examples of ways to lead a client in defusion; integrating defusion into interventions; alternate defusion approaches. item code: 5297

Mindfulness, Self & Contact with the Present Moment Using mindfulness in a session; fostering a client’s transcendent sense of self; coaching others to remain in the present moment while focusing on values. item code: 5303

Values & Action Guiding a client through values assessment; moving from process goals to a life oriented to valued directions; values work with clients in chronic pain. item code: 5310

Psychological Flexibility Mixing ACT processes in treatment scenarios; using ACT as brief intervention; exploring the client/therapist relationship; exposure and its function in ACT work. item code: 5327 All DVDs are HOSTED BY Steven C. Hayes, PhD Featuring a number of prominent ACT Therapists DVD only • run time: 91 – 118 minutes (varies by disc) NTSC only • US $59.95 each • US $349.95 for the set of six • item code: 5761

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ACT for Depression A Clinician’s Guide to Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Treating Depression This book develops the techniques of ACT into a session-by-session approach that therapists can use to treat clients suffering from depression. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Robert D. Zettle, PhD 7 x 10 • 336 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781608821266 • $42.95 • item code: 21266

ACT in Practice Case Conceptualization in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy ACT in Practice offers an introduction to ACT, an overview of its impact, and a brief introduction to the six core processes of ACT treatment. It describes how to accomplish case conceptualizations in general and offers précis of the literature that establish the importance and value of case conceptualization. (Hardcover ) PATRICIA A. BACH, PHD, & DANIEL J. MORAN, PHD, BCBA FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 7 x 10 • 352 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572244788 • $59.95 • item code: 4788

Acceptance & Mindfulness Treatments for Children & Adolescents A Practitioner’s Guide Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) has revolutionized behavior therapy and proven to be enormously effective for individuals with stress, anxiety, depression, and other health issues. In Acceptance and Mindfulness Treatments for Children and Adolescents, popular ACT and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) techniques have been adapted for use by young people and their families. (Hardcover ) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EDITED BY LAURIE A. GRECO, PHD, & STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 7 x 10 • 312 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245419 • $59.95 • item code: 5419

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ACT Verbatim for Depression & Anxiety Annotated Transcripts for Learning Acceptance & Commitment Therapy This collection of transcripts, organized and annotated by Michael Twohig and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) founder Steven Hayes, guides you through ACT-based therapy processes session-by-session. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

MICHAEL P. TWOHIG, PHD, & STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 7 x 10 • 248 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245235 • $39.95 • item code: 5235

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Assessing Mindfulness & Acceptance Processes in Clients Illuminating the Theory and Practice of Change Ruth Baer presents a collection of articles by some of the most respected mindfulness researchers and therapists practicing today. Each contribution assesses the variables that represent potential processes of change, such as mindfulness, acceptance, self-compassion, spirituality, and focus on values, and determines the importance of each of these processes to enhanced psychological functioning and quality of life. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

RUTH A. BAER, PHD 6 x 9 • 320 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246942 • $58.95 • item code: 6942

The Art & Science of Valuing in Psychotherapy Helping Clients Discover, Explore & Commit to Valued Action Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy The Art and Science of Valuing in Psychotherapy is the therapists’ guide to conducting this delicate and important work without imposing their own beliefs on the client, defining values in overly narrow or overly nebulous ways, or confusing values with judgments, likes and dislikes, morals, or cultural norms. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JOANNE C. DAHL, PHD, JENNIFER C. PLUMB, MA, IAN STEWART, PHD, & TOBIAS LUNDGREN, MS 7 x 10 • 256 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246263 • $49.95 • item code: 6263

A CBT Practitioner’s Guide to ACT How to Bridge the Gap Between Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Grounded in current research, A CBT Practitioner’s Guide to ACT shows how ACT and CBT can be unified if they share the same philosophical underpinnings (functional contextualism) and theoretical orientation (relational frame theory, or RFT). The authors explain what functional contextualism means for the practitioner and offer practical advice for integrating these two therapies in client sessions. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JOSEPH V. CIARROCHI, PhD, & ANN BAILEY, MA Foreword by Steven C. Hayes, phd

8 x 10 • 224 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245518 • $39.95 • item code: 5518

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Anxious Children A Manual for Treating Childhood Anxiety Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Anxious Children offers a complete professional treatment program designed to help children ages nine through twelve who struggle with anxiety. This twelve-session protocol can be used to treat anxious children in group or individual therapy. The poems, stories, session summaries, and home practice activities on the enclosed CD-ROM supplement child therapy sessions and parent meetings to illuminate mindful awareness concepts and practices. In twelve simple sessions, children will learn new ways to relate to anxious thoughts and feelings and develop the ability to respond to life events with greater awareness and confidence. (Hardcover + CD ROM) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

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http://nhpubs.com/mbct-children Randye J. Semple, PhD, & Jennifer Lee, PhD Foreword by Mark Williams, PhD, John D. Teasdale, PhD, & Zindel V. Segal, PhD Illustrated by Denise McMorrow Mahone, MFA 6 x 9 • 394 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572247192 • $59.95 • item code: 7192

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Mindfulness for Two An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Approach to Mindfulness in Psychotherapy This book sets forth, for the first time, Kelly Wilson’s analysis of mindfulness processes as a central theme in the workings of ACT and develops an experiential technology that therapists can use both to improve their effectiveness in the therapy room and to facilitate positive change in their clients. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

KELLY G. WILSON, PHD with TROY DUFRENE 6 x 9 • 256 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608822669 • $49.95 • item code: 22669

Psychology Moment by Moment A Guide to Enhancing Your Clinical Practice with Mindfulness & Meditation As the research supporting mindfulness-based therapies grows, so does the demand for mental health professionals who can develop effective mindfulnessbased treatment protocols suited to the needs of individual clients. This book guides clinicians through the process of creating and applying mindfulness-based interventions for a variety of client populations and problems, session by session, to focus treatment even more and help Read more about this book at clients make substantial progress. http://nhpubs.com/psych-moment

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ELISE E. LABBÉ, PHD 8 x 10 • 184 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248953 • $49.95 • item code: 8953

Real Behavior Change in Primary Care Improving Patient Outcomes & Increasing Job Satisfaction As a primary care provider, you are on the front lines of medical treatment. Oftentimes, you’re the first medical professional patients come to when they experience problems with their health. While some of these problems can be resolved by traditional medical treatment, many others are driven by underlying psychological issues and unhealthy lifestyle choices that you may feel powerless to affect. Between repeat patient visits and the frustrating progression of preventable symptoms and conditions, it’s no wonder so many medical and behavioral health Read more about this book at providers feel burned out and at a loss for effective http://nhpubs.com/primary-care solutions. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

PATRICIA J. ROBINSON, PHD, DEBRA A. GOULD, MD, MPH, & KIRK D. STROSAHL, PHD 6 x 9 • 264 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572248328 • $59.95 • item code: 8328

Private Practice Made Simple Everything You Need to Know to Set Up & Manage a Successful Mental Health Practice If you’re opening your own private practice or want to run your existing practice more efficiently, Private Practice Made Simple is your detailed guide. This book offers tips on everything from getting client referrals and creating a positive and comfortable office atmosphere to building a strong and thriving therapy practice that can serve both you and your clients. You’ll learn how to Read more about this book at attract clients as a new therapist and how http://nhpubs.com/private-practice to manage your practice as it grows. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Randy J. Paterson, PhD 6 x 9 • 280 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608820238 • $39.95 • item code: 20238

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Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Simple, Second Edition Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Simple is the only resource parents and professionals need to consult for the most up-to-date information on medications for the treatment of children and teens suffering from psychological disorders. Fully revised and updated, this second edition offers new research and information on psychoactive medications for autism, ADHD, child-onset bipolar disorder, and a variety of other common psychological conditions. JOHN D. PRESTON, PSYD, ABPP, JOHN H. O’NEAL, MD, & MARY C. TALAGA, RPH, PHD 6 x 9 • 168 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572247031 • $19.95 • item code: 7031

Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists, Sixth Edition The Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists has long been the definitive reference book for mental health clinicians and anyone else looking for clear, reliable information about the medical treatment of mental health issues. Thousands of therapists keep this invaluable book on their shelves to quickly reference drug facts for their clients. Now in its sixth edition, this fully revised handbook has been updated with the results of the latest medical research. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

JOHN D. PRESTON, PSYD, ABPP, JOHN H. O’NEAL, MD, & MARY C. TALAGA, RPH, PHD 7 x 10 • 376 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572246980 • $59.95 • item code: 6980

The ABCs of Human Behavior Behavioral Principles for the Practicing Clinician The ABCs of Human Behavior offers practicing clinicians a pithy and practical introduction to the basics of modern behavioral psychology. The book focuses both on the classical principles of learning as well as more recent developments that explain language and cognition in behavioral and contextual terms. Practical and easy to read, the book walks clinicians through both common sense and clinical examples that help them learn to use behavioral principles to observe, explain, and influence behavior in a therapeutic setting. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Jonas Ramnerö, PhD, & Niklas Törneke, MD ForEword by Kelly G. Wilson, PhD

7 x 10 • 240 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781608824342 • $49.95 • item code: 24342

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Mindfulness & Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine Current Theory & Practice An essential resource every psychologist, psychiatrist, primary care physician, health care provider, and health educator should own, Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine presents a series of chapters that feature the latest findings on the efficacy of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and other mindfulness therapies for specific conditions and populations, Read more about this book at such as patients with chronic pain and http://nhpubs.com/behavioral-medicine those who want to quit smoking. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Edited by Lance M. McCracken, PhD 6 x 9 • 400 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572247314 • $49.95 • item code: 7314

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Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Thousands of cognitive behavioral psychologists from around the world rely on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help their clients get “unstuck” from these barriers and improve their level of functioning. In this book, you’ll learn to help your coaching clients harness these powerful psychological techniques to identify their passions, set values-based professional and Read more about this book at personal goals, and realize their full potential. http://nhpubs.com/coach-act

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Richard Blonna, EdD 8 x 10 • 184 pages • 2011 • ISBN 9781572249318 • $39.95 • item code: 9318

Becoming a Life Coach A Complete Workbook for Therapists Using real coaching exercises, the book teaches therapists everything they need to know to start and maintain a successful coaching practice. It includes information about necessary skills, tips on integrating coaching and therapy, business models, marketing advice, and more. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

DAVID SKIBBINS, PHD, CPCC • FOREWORD BY MARY E. OLK, PHD, CPCC 8.5 x 11 • 160 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245006 • $24.95 • item code: 5006

Derived Relational Responding Applications for Learners with Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities A Progressive Guide to Change This book offers a series of revolutionary intervention programs for applied work in human language and cognition targeted at students with autism and other developmental disabilities. It presents a program to help students of all ages acquire foundational and advanced verbal, social, and cognitive skills. (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

Edited By RUTH ANNE REHFELDT, PHD, BCBA, & YVONNE BARNES-HOLMES, PHD FOREWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 7 x 10 • 400 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572245365 • $79.95 • item code: 5365

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Diagnosis & Treatment of Sociopaths & Clients with Sociopathic Traits This book offers the newest and by far the most effective treatment for sociopathy yet to emerge. It describes a psychodynamic diagnostic approach that avoids the contradictions of current models, explores countertransference issues, and goes on to present a full course of treatment. (Hardcover) DEBRA H. BENVENISTE, MSW 7 x 10 • 208 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240476 • $49.95 • item code: 0474

Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Private Practice A Practical & Comprehensive Guide This book includes a clear and concise presentation of research-based evidence for the effectiveness of DBT in clinical practice, emotional sensitivity as the single most important factor causing mental health disorders, practical applications of DBT to a number of acute mental disorders, and the breakdown of DBT treatment steps for the private-practice setting. (Hardcover) THOMAS MARRA, PHD 7 x 10 • 312 pages • 2005 • ISBN 9781572244207 • $57.95 • item code: 4208

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Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD A Practical Easy-to-Use Guide for Clinicians This book offers an overview of ADHD, its causes and symptoms, and the ways in which it can impact the everyday lives of sufferers. Clinicians will find the detailed four-part, integrative treatment directions. Finally, the book covers additional information of interest to therapists working with clients with ADHD. Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA 7 x 10 • 272 pages • 2007 • ISBN 9781572245211 • $49.95 • item code: 5211

Integrative Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder Effective, Symptom-Focused Techniques, Simplified for Private Practice By blending the most effective treatment techniques available for BPD into a clear and systematic protocol, this book shows you how to maximize your chances for helping your client achieve lasting change in the course of brief therapy. Skills for regulation of out-of-control emotions, including some from the much acclaimed dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), make up the core of the program. JOHN D. PRESTON, PSYD, ABPP 7 x 10 • 200 pages • 2006 • ISBN 9781572244467 • $29.95 • item code: 4461

Learning RFT An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory & Its Clinical Application Learning RFT shows psychotherapists and clinical psychologists how RFT can be directly applied in clinical work. It incorporates experiential exercises and metaphors to illustrate these complex concepts and includes a section on clinical applications that mental health professionals will find especially useful. This comprehensive and accessible guide is an invaluable resource for clinicians seeking to more about this book at deepen their understanding of ACT and explore Read http://nhpubs.com/learn-rft the relationship between language and cognition. Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

NIKLAS TÖRNEKE, MD • FOREWORD BY DERMOT BARNES-HOLMES, PHD AFTERWORD BY STEVEN C. HAYES, PHD 6 x 9 • 288 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781572249066 • $49.95 • item code: 9066

Managing Client Anger What to Do When a Client Is Angry with You When clients direct their anger at the therapist, the resulting emotional overload can derail the entire therapy process. This book is designed to help therapists understand their own reactions to client anger and guide them in making constructive interventions when clients express anger toward them. (Hardcover) APHRODITE MATSAKIS, PHD 7 x 10 • 280 pages • 1998 • ISBN 9781572241237 • $49.95 • item code: 1233

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On the Client’s Path A Manual for the Practice of Brief Solution-Focused Therapy According to the “solution-focused” model, the answer to clients’ problems will ultimately come from their own repertoire of coping strategies. This book provides everything you need in terms of theory and step-by-step instructions. (Hardcover) A. J. CHEVALIER, PHD 7 x 10 • 176 pages • 1995 • ISBN 9781572240216 • $49.95 • item code: 0210

On the Counselor’s Path A Guide to Teaching Brief Solution-Focused Therapy This is a teacher’s guide to be used with On the Client’s Path for conducting training sessions on solution-focused techniques. A. J. CHEVALIER, PHD 8.5 x 11 • 92 pages • 1996 • ISBN 9781572240483 • $24.95 • item code: 0482

Treating Anxious Children & Adolescents An Evidence-Based Approach The practical approach in this handbook has been adapted from years of ongoing research at the authors’ clinic for children and adolescents in Sydney, Australia. Treatment strategies include relaxation skills, cognitive restructuring, parent management, exposure, social skills, and assertiveness. (Hardcover)  ONALD M. RAPEE, PHD, ANN WIGNALL, MPSYCH, R JENNIFER L. HUDSON & CAROLYN A. SCHNIERING 7 x 10 • 216 pages • 2010 • ISBN 9781608821693 • $54.95 • item code: 21693

Treating Depressed Children A Therapeutic Manual of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions This is the first book to show therapists how to break down concepts used to treat depression in adults into terms understandable to children. Incorporating cartoons, stories, games, and role-playing, the author provides a full twelve-session course of treatment—everything the therapist needs to help children recognize emotions, change negative or distorted thoughts, identify positive traits and gain confidence, and learn crucial interpersonal skills. (Hardcover) CHARMA D. DUDLEY, PHD 7 x 10 • 160 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240612 • $49.95 • item code: 061X

Treating Depression in the Medically Ill A Clinician’s Guide This guide helps you assess depression in your medically ill patients and understand how medical symptoms and the effects of medication can mimic depression. The authors include a comprehensive twelve-session treatment plan. (Hardcover) LORI STEVIC-RUST, PHD, & ANITA MAXIMIN, PSYD 7 x 10 • 238 pages • 2000 • ISBN 9781572241770 • $49.95 • item code: 1772

Treating Panic Disorder & Agoraphobia A Step-by-Step Clinical Guide A twelve-session treatment program covers breath-control training as a coping skill, changing automatic thoughts and underlying beliefs, interoceptive desensitization, and assertiveness training. The book includes worksheets derived from the author’s client workbook. (Hardcover) ELKE ZUERCHER-WHITE, PHD 7 x 10 • 296 pages • 1997 • ISBN 9781572240841 • $49.95 • item code: 0849

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Best Practices for Therapy Each of the protocols in this series presents a session-by-session, research-based treatment plan, including evaluation instruments, sample treatment summaries for use with managed care, handouts, weekly homework, and strategies to use for delivering key information. A client manual is available for each protocol.

Overcoming Depression

A ten-session treatment. Techniques include reestablishing goals, motivational skills, and management of thoughts, feelings, and moods. GARY EMERY, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 128 pages • 1999 • $29.95 • item code 1608 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 168 pages • 1999 • $15.95 • item code 1616 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Generalized Anxiety Disorder

A ten- to thirteen-session treatment. Techniques include relaxation, realistic risk assessment, problem solving, worry exposure, and worry prevention. JOHN WHITE, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 120 pages • 1999 • $34.95 • item code 1446 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 144 pages • 1999 • $15.95 • item code 1454 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

A fourteen-session treatment. Techniques include imagined exposure, in vivo exposure, response prevention, and avoidance reduction. GAIL STEKETEE, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 205 pages • 1998 • $29.95 • item code 1284 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 104 pages • 1998 • $29.95 • item code 1292 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Panic Disorder & Agoraphobia

A twelve- to sixteen-session treatment. Techniques include psychoeducation, breathing retraining, interoceptive exposure, in vivo exposure, and relapse prevention. ELKE ZUERCHER-WHITE, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 290 pages • 1999 • $29.95 • item code 1462 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 88 pages • 1999 • $15.95 • item code 1470 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

A fifteen-session (or less) treatment. Techniques include relaxation training, eye-movement technique, marginal brief exposure, prolonged exposure, and relapse prevention. LARRY SMYTH, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 190 pages • 1999 • $34.95 • item code 1624 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 95 pages • 1999 • $15.95 • item code 1632 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Situational & General Anger

A nine-session treatment. Techniques include relaxation, cognitive restructuring, and copingskills training for moderate- to high-anger scenes. JERRY L. DEFFENBACHER, PHD, & MATTHEW MCKAY, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 208 pages • 2000 • $34.95 • item code: 2043 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 176 pages • 2000 • $15.95 • item code: 2051 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

Overcoming Specific Phobia

A ten-session treatment. Techniques include relaxation, coping skills, systematic desensitization, and in vivo exposure. EDMUND J. BOURNE, PHD Therapist protocol. 8.5 x 11 • 131 pages • 1998 • $29.95 • item code: 1144 Client manual. 8.5 x 11 • 72 pages • 1998 • $15.95 • item code: 1152 Client pack. Set of five client manuals • $39.95

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Treating PTSD in Battered Women A Step-by-Step Manual for Therapists & Counselors This manual offers an effective and comprehensive therapy targeting symptoms of PTSD in battered women. Pioneered by Edward Kubany, this innovative intervention is called cognitive trauma therapy, or CTT. CTT includes modules on trauma history exploration, negative self-talk monitoring, stress management, PTSD education, exposure to trauma reminders, overcoming learned helplessness, challenging “supposed to” beliefs, building assertiveness, managing mistrust, identifying potential abusers, managing contacts with former partners, managing anger, decision-making, self-advocacy, and overcoming trauma-related guilt . (Hardcover) Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

EDWARD S. KUBANY, PHD, ABPP, & TYLER C. RALSTON, PSYD 7 x 10 • 344 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572245570 • $49.95 • item code: 5570

Cognitive Techniques Training Videotapes Skills are demonstrated for a range of client problems, including depression, anxiety, anger, and more. Cognitive Behavioral Assessment. Matthew McKay, PhD, guides three clients through the P-A-C (Problem, Antecedents, Consequences) method of cognitive behavioral assessment. 60 minutes • $49.95 • item code: 3155 Stress Inoculation. Matthew McKay, PhD helps an anxious client overcome her fear by working through four steps of her stress inoculation hierarchy. 60 minutes • $49.95 • item code: 318X

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Professional Editions (Includes Workbook & CD) These books offer easy and fun activities children and teens can do to learn effective skills for coping with mental health issues and other life challenges. Each CD includes the complete book and printable worksheets to be used during sessions or as homework for your clients.

Anxiety Workbook for Teens & CD Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety & Worry LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 192 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246614 • $32.95 • item code: 6614

Beyond the Blues & CD A Workbook to Help Teens Overcome Depression LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 184 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246638• $32.95 • item code: 6638

Cool, Calm & Confident & CD A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2009 • ISBN 9781572246706 • $24.95 • item code: 6706

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Coping with Cliques & CD A Workbook to Help Girls Deal with Gossip, Put-Downs, Bullying & Other Mean Behavior SUSAN SPRAGUE 8 x 10 • 168 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246546 • $32.95 • item code: 6546

Coping with Tourette Syndrome & CD A Workbook for Kids with Tic Disorders SANDRA BUFFOLANO, MA 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246737 • $24.95 • item code: 6737

Divorce Workbook for Children & CD Help for Kids to Overcome Difficult Family Changes & Grow Up Happy LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246591 • $32.95 • item code: 6591

Divorce Workbook for Teens & CD Activities to Help You Move Beyond the Breakup LISA M. SCHAB, LCSW 8 x 10 • 200 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246577 • $32.95 • item code: 6577

Finding Sunshine After the Storm & CD A Workbook for Children Healing from Sexual Abuse SHARON A. McGEE, LMFT, & CURTIS HOLMES, PhD 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246713 • $24.95 • item code: 6713

I Bet I Won’t Fret & CD A Workbook to Help Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder TIMOTHY A. SISEMORE, PhD 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246584 • $32.95 • item code: 6584

I’m Not Bad, I’m Just Mad & CD A Workbook to Help Kids Control Their Anger Lawrence E. Shapiro, ZACK PELTA-HELLER & ANNA F. GREENWALD 8 x 10 • 152 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246652 • $32.95 • item code: 6652

Learning to Listen, Learning to Care & CD A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Self-Control & Empathy LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246560 • $24.95 • item code: 6560

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Let’s Be Friends & CD A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Social Skills & Make Great Friends LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD, & JULIA HOLMES 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246690 • $32.95 • item code: 6690

My Life-book Journal & CD A Workbook for Children in Foster Care THERESE ACCINELLI, LMFT 8 x 10 • 136 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246720 • $24.95 • item code: 6720

A Parent’s Guide to Getting Kids Out of the Family Bed & CD A 21-Day Program LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PHD 8 x 10 • 110 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246676 • $24.95 • item code: 6676

Say Goodbye to Being Shy & CD A Workbook to Help Kids Overcome Shyness RICHARD BROZOVICH, PhD, & LINDA CHASE, MSW 8 x 10 • 120 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246683 • $24.95 • item code: 6683

The Social Success Workbook for Teens & CD Skill-Building Activities for Teens with Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Asperger’s Disorder & Other Social-Skill Problems BARBARA COOPER, MPS & NANCY WIDDOWS, MS 8 x 10 • 144 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246539 • $32.95 • item code: 6539

Stopping the Pain & CD A Workbook for Teens Who Cut & Self Injure LAWRENCE E. SHAPIRO, PhD 8 x 10 • 168 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246607 • $32.95 • item code: 6607

What’s Eating You & CD A Workbook for Teens with Anorexia, Bulimia & Other Eating Disorders TAMMY NELSON, MS 8 x 10 • 128 pages • 2008 • ISBN 9781572246669 • $32.95 • item code: 6669

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