The Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions Series celebrates Routledge's commitment to excellence within the field of mental health. These books are recognized as timeless classics covering a range of important issues, and continue to be recommended as key reading for professionals and students in the area. With a new introduction that explores what has changed since the books were first published, and why these books are as relevant now as ever, the series presents key ideas to a new generation.
On the Theory and Therapy of Mental Disorders An Introduction to Logotherapy and Existential Analysis
Inner Strengths Contemporary Psychotherapy and Hypnosis for Ego-Strengthening
Married Women Who Love Women And More...
Hidden Treasure A Map to the Child's Inner Self
Freud and Jung on Religion
Therapy and the Postpartum Woman Notes on Healing Postpartum Depression for Clinicians and the Women Who Seek their Help
The New Handbook of Counseling Supervision
By Viktor E. Frankl
March 25, 2024
This Classic Edition of On the Theory and Therapy of Mental Disorders: An Introduction to Logotherapy and Existential Analysis sees Viktor E. Frankl, bestselling author and founder of logotherapy, introduce his key theories and apply them to work with patients exhibiting symptoms of neurosis. James...
By Shirley McNeal
December 22, 2023
Inner Strengths is the first book to meet the need for a comprehensive treatment of approaches to ego-strengthening in psychotherapy. It provides a historical breakthrough in the history of ego-strengthening education, and explores contemporary psychodynamic, object relations, self-psychology, ego ...
By James Grotstein
December 06, 2023
Written by pioneering analyst and creative thinker, James Grotstein, A Beam of Intense Darkness offers a thorough overview and illuminating insight into the often complex work of W. R. Bion. This psychoanalytic classic sees Grotstein introduce over 30 key Bionian theories, comprehensively ...
By Marc Feldman
September 14, 2023
In the classic edition of this outstanding book, originally published in 2004, Dr. Marc Feldman explores the bizarre cases of real patients who feign or even self-induce illness. Playing Sick? chronicles the devastating impact of illness hoaxes, including factitious disorders, Munchausen syndrome, ...
By Richard Frankel
June 30, 2023
In the classic edition of this outstanding book, originally published in 1998, Richard Frankel explores adolescence as a crucial, unique, and turbulent period of human development. He provides guidance for clinicians working with young people as they undergo significant transformations in the way ...
By Carren Strock
June 29, 2023
Originally written in the 1990s, this book remains a key resource for women in heterosexual marriages who discover, or are coming to terms with, their lesbianism or bisexuality. This classic edition includes a new foreword from Ann Northrop—veteran journalist, activist, and co-host of Gay USA—that ...
By Violet Oaklander
December 06, 2022
This classic edition of Violet Oaklander’s groundbreaking book presents her pioneering approach to engaging with children who enter therapy. A new introduction by Peter Mortola reflects on the ways that Hidden Treasure continues to inform therapeutic practice all over the world. Most of the ...
By Michael Palmer
October 27, 2022
In this outstanding book, originally published in 1997, and subsequently translated into many languages, Michael Palmer presents a detailed and comparative study of the two most famous theories of religion in the history of psychology: those of Freud and Jung. The first part of the book analyses ...
By Richard G. Erskine, Janet P. Moursund, Rebecca L. Trautmann
September 30, 2022
Written by leaders in the field of relational integrative psychotherapy, this book offers trainees and experienced therapists a methodology for assisting people in rediscovering their ability to maintain genuine relationships and, thus, better psychological health. This classic edition includes a ...
By Karen Kleiman
September 01, 2022
Written by a pioneer and continuing advocate for perinatal health, this book remains remains an enduring reference for any therapist working with pregnant or postpartum women and their families suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.This Classic Edition includes a new preface by Hilary...
By L. DiAnne Borders, Lori L. Brown
May 06, 2022
The classic edition of this groundbreaking book includes a new preface from the authors discussing developments in the field since the handbook’s initial publication. Chapters provide an overview of best principles and best practices in counseling supervision process, one that is firmly rooted in ...
By Bruce Ecker, Robin Ticic, Laurel Hulley
March 24, 2022
In Unlocking the Emotional Brain, authors Ecker, Ticic, and Hulley equip readers to carry out focused, empathic therapy using the potent process of memory reconsolidation, the recently discovered and only known process for actually unlocking emotional memory at the synaptic level. The Routledge ...