Category Archives: Psychology

New Global Wiley Press Room Launches!

October 2, 2009 – The new global Wiley Press Room has launched. To continue receiving the latest news from Wiley, please visit:

EMPOWERING YOUR SOBER SELF: The LifeRing Approach to Addiction Recovery

April 24, 2009 – The conventional program for addiction recovery is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). While AA’s twelve-step program has provided a valuable framework for some, it has left others, especially those not inclined to submit to a “higher power” for an “incurable disease”, wanting a less rigid and more secular alternative. Now, a new book […]


“My name is Flora Jessop. I’ve been called apostate, vigilante, and crazy bitch, and maybe I am. But some people call me a hero, and I’d like to think they’re right too. If I am a hero, maybe it’s because every time I can play a part in saving a child or a woman from […]

BROTHERS: 26 Stories of Love & Rivalry

“Grown men do most of their living and dying in a relatively peaceful coalition of aging parents, wives, partners, children, friends, and colleagues. But a brother remains a figure of almost mythic proportions: the one mortal with whom the fight for love is never won, never lost, and only partly understood. Now, Andrew Blauner has […]

Why Men Cheat and How to Prevent It: Advice from M. Gary Neuman, LMHC

View the Media Kit for The Truth About Cheating here: August 30, 2008 – THE TRUTH ABOUT CHEATING is the first book that goes straight to the source—cheating men—to investigate the fundamental reasons of why men stray. Does cheating happen because of sexual dissatisfaction, emotional dissatisfaction, or something else that has remained largely unexamined? […]

Inside the Mind of BTK: Now Available in Paperback

“Douglas’s unique professional experience and his exclusive personal access to Rader offers a different perspective.”—Publishers Weekly August 25, 2008—For 31 years a man who called himself BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) terrorized the city of Wichita, Kansas, strangling and sexually assaulting a series of women (and one child), taunting the police and the community with frequent […]

Interview with Mike Robbins, author of FOCUS ON THE GOOD STUFF

John C. Havens of BlogTalkRadio interviews Mike Robbins, author of, Focus on The Good Stuff: The Power of Appreciation. Click here to listen: Focus on the Good Stuff first explores the many challenges involved in expressing and experiencing appreciation and gratitude in our lives. The book then presents readers with simple yet effective ways to […]

Online Marketing For Books (Interview with Mike Robbins, Author of FOCUS ON THE GOOD STUFF)

John C. Havens of BlogTalkRadio interviews Mike Robbins, author of Focus on the Good Stuff: The Power of Appreciation, about how authors can best market their books online. Click here to listen: For information about Focus on the Good Stuff, visit

Wiley Releases Essential Veteran’s Workbook & Clinician’s Guide for Treating Stress After War

“A useful resource for clinicians in various settings working with returnees. Written in a user-friendly format, this guide addresses common stress-related symptoms and adjustment issues and focuses on developing resiliency and positive coping skills.” —Jennifer L. Broach, PhD, VA Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky “An excellent resource for the clinician dealing with returning combat veterans. The […]