Our bestsellers 2023

We hope that you have had a happy and healthy start to the New Year. We are celebrating the transition into 2024 by offering a discount on our bestselling releases from last year.

Read on to learn more about our 2023 bestselling new releases and use the code BEST2023 at checkout for a 10% discount on the print edition or eBook. Offer valid through February 15, 2024.

For our psychiatrists

Quick and comprehensive information on psychotropic drugs for adults.
The Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs has become a standard reference and working tool for psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other mental health professionals.

Quick and comprehensive information on psychotropic drugs for children and adolescents.
The Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs for Children and Adolescents is a unique resource to help you make the right choices about psychotropic medications for younger patients. The fifth edition of this widely acclaimed reference has been fully updated and expanded.

For our positive psychologists

The #1 mindfulness-based program combining mindfulness and character strengths
This new, fully revised, and expanded second edition of the handbook for the groundbreaking, evidence-based Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP) program is the guide you need in your professional practice. 

Use proven mindfulness techniques with your strengths to flourish in life
Do we really have all we need within us to be happier, healthier, less stressed, or less anxious in life? This book shows you how that can be true – people who apply this book’s practices in their life have been shown to experience these benefits. You will learn how you can build your happiness and manage your stress at the same time!

From our Advances in Psychotherapy book series

Concrete guidance on harm reduction treatment (HaRT) with substance-using patients
Harm reduction approaches are effective, patient-driven alternatives to abstinence-based treatment for people who are not ready, willing, or able to stop using substances. This volume outlines the scientific basis and historical development of these approaches, and reviews why abstinence-based approaches often do not work. 

Get the science on helping reduce stress in family caregivers of people with dementia
This is the first book that takes a “deep dive” to answer the questions that mental health providers encounter when working with family caregivers. Just what are the unique issues family caregivers face? How does this impact their mental health? What can providers do to help?


New edition of this effective toolbox for treating trauma survivors is even more comprehensive
This popular, practical resource for clinicians caring for trauma survivors has been fully updated and expanded. It remains a key toolkit of cognitive behavioral somatic therapy (CBST) techniques for clinicians who want to enhance their skills in treating trauma.

Eating Behavior

A comprehensive guide to the tools available for assessing diverse eating behaviors
Eating behavior encompasses a broad range of aspects: from under- to overeating and from normal to pathological eating. The expert contributors to this volume provide a comprehensive overview of assessment methods for eating behavior research and clinical practice, which include both self-report questionnaires and structured interviews as well as assessment of food intake in the laboratory, ecological momentary assessment, cognitive-behavioral tasks, and psychophysiological measures.