Back to Bedlam? America’s Neglect of Its Mentally Ill
No One Cares about Crazy People: The Chaos and Heartbreak of Mental Health in America
America continues to turn its back on the mentally ill.
When the System Fails: Tales of the Wrongfully Convicted
The waking-nightmare stories of people wrongfully imprisoned, often for decades, for crimes they didn’t commit expose the flaws in our criminal justice system.
A YA Edition Brings Man's Search for Meaning to a New Generation
By Diane Cole - Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl is best known for is his extraordinary first-person narrative about his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp, as told in Man’s Search for Meaning. Now, his classic work will be published for the first time in a young adult and classroom-ready edition.
Hearing Voices: Eavesdropping on Our Inner Conversations
The Voices Within: The History and Science of How We Talk to Ourselves Making sense of the particular internal mix of words, conversation, music, and images that natter away at us nonstop.
What Neuroscience is Showing Us
By Diane Cole - Using a broad swath of scientific, psychological, and medical evidence about brain function, Shane O'Mara, a professor of experimental brain research, delves into—and disproves—popular misconceptions about the brain under stress, memory, and the psychological state of torturers.
When the Rules Change: Learning to Learn from Your Children
There’s a crucial point in the parenting life cycle that’s not often discussed in the literature.
Mistaken Identity? A Daughter Reflects on Her Father's Decision to Change Gender
Pulitzer Prize–winning author Susan Faludi explores the story of how the despotic father who’d once ruled her terrified family underwent sex reassignment surgery late in life.
A Personal Story Excerpt from Our Latest Issue
By Diane Cole - An OCD sufferer describes the frustrating stops and starts and misdirections of her circuitous search for help in escaping the maze of her family of origin and the deep-seated tropes in her own brain.
A Therapeutic Odyssey
An OCD sufferer describes the frustrating stops and starts and misdirections of her circuitous search for help in escaping the maze of her family of origin and the deep-seated tropes in her own brain.
Have SSRIs Gotten a Bad Rep? The Author of "Listening to Prozac" Thinks So
Ordinarily Well: The Case for Antidepressants
In his latest book, Peter Kramer argues that medications represent the best, most effective tool for fighting the bleakness of depression.