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New Harbinger’s evidence-based books make great teaching tools for undergraduates and graduates studying the most effective psychotherapeutic methods available today. Our books provide up-to-date information on subjects such as cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, psychopharmacology, and more.

Process-Based CBT

The Science and Core Clinical Competencies of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

By Steven C. Hayes & Stefan G Hofmann

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US $69.95 / ISBN: 9781626255968

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We are pleased to present this exciting new development in cognitive behavioral science. As we all know, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a powerful and evidence-based treatment for mental health conditions, and its applications continue to grow.

However, the proliferation of protocols targeting DSM-defined psychiatric disorders can make training difficult and limit the integration of research and clinical practice.

Featuring contributions from luminaries in behavioral science, Process-Based CBT embraces the behavioral, cognitive, and acceptance and mindfulness wings of this modality. It provides fundamental guidelines for integrating the philosophy and principles of these wings and traditions into a coherent approach to processes of change.

With this volume, students master the full range of core processes modified by CBT, and learn strategies for targeting these processes in practice for maximum efficacy.

If you’re teaching CBT, you need this definitive resource to keep in step with the latest advances in behavioral science.

Learning ACT, Second Edition

An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills-Training Manual for Therapists

By Jason B. Luoma, Steven C. Hayes & Robyn D. Walser

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US $49.95 / ISBN: 9781626259492

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Learning ACT is a workbook for learning the entire acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) model. Core competencies are defined in the text and reinforced in the accessory videos available on the New Harbinger website.

This book is an essential tool for psychology students interested in mindfulness- and acceptance-based therapy.

Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists, Eighth Edition

By John D. Preston, John H. O'Neal & Mary C. Talaga

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US $59.95 / HARDCOVER /
ISBN: 9781626259256

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Now in its eighth edition, this is the go-to resource for students seeking clear, reliable information on the psychopharmacological treatment of mental health issues.

Organized by disorder and, within each disorder, by medication, this revised and updated edition provides essential information on new medications and treatment options, and includes the latest research on side effects, contraindications, and efficacy.

This guide has been adopted as a textbook at universities nationwide and is a must-have resource for every psychopharmacology student’s library. Free instructor resources include an exam and lecture slides available online.

Learning ACT for Group Treatment

An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills Training Manual for Therapists

By Darrah Westrup & M. Joann Wright

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US $49.95 / ISBN: 9781608823994

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With its emphasis on values, mindfulness, and committed action, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) can greatly enhance the effectiveness of group treatment by encouraging clients to be fully aware, accountable, and present in the moment.

This practical resource provides detailed explanations of each of the core ACT processes, as well as printable worksheets, tips on session formatting, and exercises that promote willingness, cooperation, and connection among participants.

This is the perfect text for any group counseling course focused on evidence-based interventions and contextual behavioral science.

CBT Made Simple

A Clinician’s Guide to Practicing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

By Nina Josefowitz & David Myran

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US $49.95 / ISBN: 9781626258501

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This user-friendly resource is the ultimate “how-to” for students learning cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and the only CBT guide based on principles of effective adult learning.

While most texts use a didactic approach, each chapter of CBT Made Simple outlines a basic component of CBT with a focus on interactive and experiential learning, followed by exercises to help students immediately practice what they’ve just learned.

Students will also find suggestions for effective questions, client dialogues, and clinical examples, in addition to downloadable handouts and exercises, and online video demonstrations.

This text is guaranteed to be a favorite of both professors and students—ideal for courses in CBT, advanced CBT interventions, clinical social work practice, and clinical skills.

DBT Made Simple

A Step-by-Step Guide to Dialectical Behavior Therapy

By Sheri Van Dijk

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US $39.95 / ISBN: 9781608821648

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Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) has rapidly become one of the most effective treatments for mental health conditions rooted in out-of-control emotions. DBT Made Simple provides students with everything they need to know about using DBT in therapy sessions.

The guide presents information on DBT and how it differs from traditional cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approaches, as well as strategies for individual client sessions. It also outlines the four skills modules that form the backbone of DBT: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.

The book includes handouts, case examples, and samples of therapist-client dialogue.


Open Exam Copy Policy

New Harbinger supports professors!

We know how important the work you do is: training the next generation of therapists, clinicians, and counselors who will help alleviate human suffering and dysfunction.  In pursuit of this, we are proud to announce our new open exam copy policy.

  • Receive up to 4 complimentary exam copies per semester
  • No need to return or pay for exam copies you decide not to adopt
  • E-book exam copies are available for most titles, and will save you shipping time

Terms & Conditions

All exam copies are required to ship to an institutional address unless a special request is made.

Exam copies are for professors who are considering our books for course adoption.  The exam copy of a particular book will also serve as a desk copy if the book is adopted for the course.

Exam copies ship free of charge only to U.S. addresses.  Requestors must pay shipping to all other addresses.

If you have a special circumstance or question please contact Ben Clausen at Ben.Clausen@newharbinger.com.

Request your complimentary exam copies now!

Desk Copy Policy

If you’ve already adopted a New Harbinger book for your course, thank you.

  • We will provide you with 1 complimentary desk copy per term in which that book is ordered for course use.  
  • E-book desk copies are immediately available for most titles, and will save you shipping time

If you have adopted a New Harbinger book for a large class, you may need desk copies for several instructors or section leaders. In consideration of this, New Harbinger will provide one additional desk copy for every 30 enrolled students.  Multiple desk copies may be consolidated into a single shipment, but we require the name and contact information of each instructor.

Terms & Conditions

All desk copies are required to ship to an institutional address unless a special request is made.

Desk copies ship free of charge only to U.S. addresses.  Requestors must pay shipping to all other addresses.

E-book desk copies are for the use of the adopting professor only.  Sharing or distributing e-book files is strictly prohibited and a violation of copyright law.

If you have a special circumstance or question please contact Ben Clausen at Ben.Clausen@newharbinger.com.

Request your desk copy now!

New Harbinger’s evidence-based books make great teaching tools for undergraduate and graduates studying the most effective psychotherapeutic methods available today. Our books provide up-to-date information on subjects such as cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, psychopharmacology, and more.