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  1. Do you use Facebook or Twitter?

    Tell us what you want to see from our social media feeds and to thank you for helping us improve, you'll be entered to win $150/£100 worth of books.

  2. Behind the Badge

    New   This volume is the logical follow-up to the military treatment handbook: Living and Surviving in Harm’s Way. Sharon Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret Moore, and Arthur Freeman return with this dynamic handbook ideal for law enforcement agencies interested in the psychological health of their officers. Contributors include law enforcement officers with diverse experiences, making this handbook accessible to readers from law enforcement backgrounds. This authoritative, comprehensive, and critical volume on the psychological aspects of police work is a must for anyone affiliated with law enforcement.
     

  3. New in Paperback—Browse the Catalog

    Routledge Psychology and Mental Health is pleased to offer new, affordable paperback versions of key classic texts.
     

  4. Psychology Revivals - browse the catalog

    Psychology Revivals are re-issues of academic works which have long been unavailable, in a wide and eclectic range of topics from across the behavioral sciences. Psychology Revivals are drawn from a distinguished catalog of imprints and authors, restoring to print books by some of the most influential scholars of the last 120 years. Psychology Revivals give you the opportunity to engage with primary sources, and to get a first-hand view of what was happening in psychology at certain seminal moments in the last century. Check out the catalog.

  5. September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day

    Every year, over 800,000 people die from suicide; that's about one death every 40 seconds. Overall, during 2012 for each adult who died of suicide it's estimated that there were over 20 others who made suicide attempts.
     

  6. World Suicide Prevention Day Author Interview: Craig Bryan

    Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP, is a board-certified clinical psychologist in cognitive behavioral psychology and is currently the executive director of the National Center for Veterans Studies and assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of Utah.

  7. World Suicide Prevention Day Author Interview with the authors of Suicide in Schools

    Terri A. Erbacher, PhD, is a school psychologist for the Delaware County Intermediate Unit and a clinical assistant professor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has served on the executive boards of Philadelphia's chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Survivors of Suicide, and Pennsylvania's Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative. She was named Pennsylvania’s school psychologist of the year in 2011 in recognition of her clinical practice and expertise in crisis response, suicide risk assessment and prevention, and traumatic loss.

    Jonathan Singer, PhD, LCSW, is an assistant professor at Temple University’s School of Social Work, where his clinical and research interests focus on family-based interventions for suicidal and cyberbullied youth and the role of technology in prevention and intervention. He served as an advisor for the City of Philadelphia's Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force, Non-homicide Child Death Review, and Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative. He is the founder and host of the award-winning Social Work Podcast.

    Scott Poland, EdD, is a professor and co-director of the Suicide and Violence Prevention Office at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. As a pioneer in school suicide prevention, he published his first book on the subject in 1989 and authored or coauthored every chapter on suicide for the National Association of School Psychologists’s Best Practices in School Psychology volumes. He previously served as the prevention division director of the American Association of Suicidology and has testified about the mental-health needs of children before the US Congress.

  8. Recently Published - The Price of Love: The selected works of Colin Murray Parkes

    In the course of a long career Colin Murray Parkes, one of the most important and influential psychiatrists working in the field of bereavement and loss, has produced a body of work which can be considered truly ground-breaking. The papers included in The Price of Love have been carefully selected and annotated to show how Parkes’ thinking has developed during a career as researcher, practitioner and educator. In each section of the book psychological and social causes are paired with consequences and interventions (both preventive and therapeutic) and explored from Western and cross-cultural perspectives, all with Parkes’ customary clarity and compassion.

    Read on for reviews, an author biography and additional titles by Colin Murray Parkes.

  9. Now available - The Price of Love: The Selected Works of Colin Murray Parkes

    "Colin Murray Parkes is the undisputed father-figure in the field of bereavement. His contributions to research and care are simply magnificent. This selection of his papers gives a sense of the breadth of his contribution to both the scientific knowledge base and clinical practice across many decades. It makes his work more easily accessible, ensuring that future generations also appreciate his remarkable career and the far-reaching scope of his work." - Margaret Stroebe, Professor of Bereavement and Loss at Utrecht University, the Netherlands
     

  10. The Psychology and Mental Health Research and Reference catalog

    Build your mental health library collection with the Psychology and Mental Health Research and Reference online catalog, featuring new and recent handbooks, monographs, special issues as books, multi-volume sets including Library Editions and Major Works, and Revivals.
     

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