Routledge is proud to publish books and free resources to support mental health practitioners across a diverse range of job roles and theoretical orientations, including counselors, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, and psychiatrists. Our expert written content will help you to develop and improve your clinical skills throughout your career so that you can offer your clients and patients the best possible treatment.
Free Resources for Professionals
Download our chapter sampler on the assessment and diagnosis of race-based stress, alongside topics such as oppression and mental health, and interculteral perspectives on family counseling.
These videos from our authors cover topics on supporting patients’ concerns, to ideas for remote clinical practice, and more.
This guide to mental health in the workplace, written by experts in the field, aims to advise and support workers to help them lower their chances of suffering from poor mental health for work-related reasons.
This FreeBook is unique in its focus on nurturing authentic dialogue within the analytic setting, offering a depth-psychological perspective on the processes of communication and engagement both clinically and from the perspective of theory.
We have compiled a selection of chapters on taking your practice online, covering topics such as its effectiveness and the impact on the therapeutic relationship, along with practical advice on privacy and confidentiality concerns.
This collection provides expert advice on the key principles of disaster mental health and how to deliver effective, trauma-specific treatment in both the short and long-term.
We’ve compiled five chapters from clinicians whose professional expertise is enhanced by their own lived experience.
This FreeBook brings together diverse perspectives on treating trauma across the lifespan in both clinical and non-clinical settings.
This FreeBook, created in partnership with the American Board and Academy of Psychoanalysis, presents the clinical and theoretical work of board-certified psychoanalytic psychologists working across theoretical orientations.
This FreeBook explores various topics such as the female body, motherhood, sexuality, and Freud’s views on femininity.
In this short article, Graciela Abelin-Sas Rose, co-editor of On Freud’s Femininity, looks at how the notion of femininity has changed over time.