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Helping to Heal the Wounds
America’s warriors need mental health resources now more than ever.
Veterans and active-duty soldiers are far more likely than the general population to suffer from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and addiction.
Whether these heroes have returned home or are still in active duty, they deserve our help overcoming their psychological wounds. That’s why New Harbinger remains dedicated to providing powerful, evidence-based self-help books for soldiers and professional resources for the mental health clinicians who treat them.
Professional and Self-help books for Veterans, Soldiers, and their Families
Our self-help workbooks are the gold standard in the industry due to their clarity, accessibility, and efficacy, and may be used in conjunction with therapy or as powerful, standalone treatments. Recommended by therapists nationwide, our books aim to help veterans get their most troublesome symptoms under control right away as they work toward addressing the underlying causes of their conditions. Our books are grounded in proven-effective therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and Mind-Body Bridging.
Join New Harbinger’s community of mental health professionals to learn more about our newest books and resources, or visit our mental health professional’s page to read more about our authors and professional books.
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“While on active duty at the Bamberg US Army Base in Germany, I saw hundreds of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with combat and operational stress reaction (COSR). In my professional opinion, the mind-body bridging technique featured in Mind-Body Workbook for PTSD is the single most effective method for the treatment PTSD and COSR.”
—Major Philip Davis, PhD, US Army Reserve
“The authors have created a tool that can benefit all people who are dealing with addictions. The Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction integrates our best treatments for addiction and the emotional suffering that comes with it. This is a clear, step-by-step approach that will help readers move from trying (and failing) to avoid pain to living the life that they want to live, consistent with their values and free from the substance to which they are addicted.”
—John R. McQuaid, PhD, associate chief of mental health at San Francisco VA Medical Center, professor of clinical psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco and coauthor of Peaceful Mind
“[The Anger Control Workbook] carefully and clearly shows how feelings of anger rip up people’s guts, destroy their relationships, and have many other disadvantages… [This book] indicates how readers can constructively work—and keep working—to minimize anger and rage… [It] includes many exceptionally useful and practical self-help techniques and exercises. A fine workbook!”
—Albert Ellis, PhD, President, Albert Ellis Institute, New York, and author, A Guide to Rational Living
Upcoming Events for Mental Health Professionals
Praxis Continuing Education & Training
An Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a Process-Based Therapy