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Distributed exclusively by Routledge in the UK and Europe, Guilford is an independent publisher of books, periodicals, software, and DVDs in mental health, education, geography, and research methods. Based in New York City, Guilford has built an international reputation for partnering with authors who are recognized experts, and who translate their knowledge into vital, needed resources for practitioners, academics, instructors and students, and general readers. Our dedicated editorial professionals work closely on each title to produce high-quality content that readers can rely on. See below for details about new and enduring publications.
Richard Guare, PhD, is Director of the Center for Learning and Attention Disorders in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Dr. Guare is a neuropsychologist whose research and publications focus on the understanding and treatment of learning and attention difficulties. He is the coauthor of numerous titles, including Guilford's bestselling Smart but Scattered series.
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2018 has seen a range of new books from Guilford Press across key topics in mental health and psychology.
Whether you're a therapist looking for help with clients, or you are after a self-help resource you should check out these latest books.
New in Paperback titles represent the best of our cutting-edge hardback publishing in a paperback format and price, making the content even more accessible.
This online collection is filled with the latest and best-selling Mindfulness books, from world-leading authors.
Visit Guilford's Featured Author pages to find out more about our distinguished, world-leading authors.
Read a Q&A with The Tantrum Survival Guide author Rebecca Schrag Hershberg on Ni4kids.
Read an article written in The New York Times, featuring The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook co-author Kristen Neff, PhD, about the benefits of being kind to yourself.
Read author Dr Frank Dattilio's interview on PsychCentral on how clinicians can strengthen their connection with patients.