Book of the month
New release
Latest in our journals
“We are at a cross-roads. It is imperative to take the correct path.”
– Professor Gabriel Ivbijaro, Secretary General WFMH
October 10, 2022 has been designated as World Mental Health Day, with the theme “making mental health & well-being for all a global priority”, as we are all still reeling from the effects of the pandemic, a war, and the climate emergency. And stigma and discrimination continue to be a barrier to receiving the right kind of care.
But there is some good news: there is increasing evidence that the prevention of mental ill health is possible with targeted evidence-based interventions, which Hogrefe authors outline in our books and numerous researchers detail in our journals. We publish all of our products according to scientific guidelines, with the aim to help mental health professionals provide the best treatment options for their clients.
Read on for resources designed to provide you with the latest research-based strategies for handling mental health.
Book of the month
Hoarding Disorder
by Gregory S. Chasson / Jedidiah Siev
We’re delighted to present our “Book of the Month” for October 2022.
The volume Hoarding Disorder, part of the Advances in Psychotherapy series, is an evidence-based guide written by leading experts presents the latest knowledge on assessment and treatment of hoarding disorder.
To learn more about what being a book of the month involves (hint: it includes a discount code!) click on the link below.
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Emotional Processing Scale
By Roger Baker / Peter Thomas / Sarah Thomas / Mariaelisa Santonastaso / Eimear Corrigan
The Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) is a short questionnaire designed to identify emotional processing styles and potential deficits. The EPS is for use by clinicians working in mental health, psychological therapy and health psychology, as well as researchers interested in the emotional life of healthy individuals and other populations.
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New release
Bullying and Peer Victimization
By Amie E. Grills / Melissa Holt / Gerald M. Reid / Chelsey Bowman
In this evidence-based guide, which is part of the Advances in Psychotherapy series, practitioners learn about bullying, its prevalence, how cyberbullying differs from in-person bullying, what models are available for understanding how bullying occurs, and the best tools and approaches for assessment of these behaviors.
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Clinical Practice of Psychosocial Oncology
We have partnered with our friends at the National Register of Health Service Psychologists to present a webinar on Clinical Practice of Psychosocial Oncology. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12, from 2:00-3:00 PM EST.
In this presentation, Drs. Lauren Rynar and Jonathan Kaplan will provide practical and evidence-based guidance on the identification of psychosocial needs and delivery of psychological and psychiatric interventions among patients with cancer. They will also address models of care and special considerations. Attendees should find the information useful for enhancing or initiating a Psychosocial Oncology practice in any type of treatment setting.
This presentation is based on the recent volume Psychological Approaches to Cancer Care, which is part of the Advances in Psychotherapy - Evidence-Based Practice series published by Hogrefe.
We hope you can join us!
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Latest in our journals
Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors
This latest issue of Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors is the first overseen by the new editorial team, with Dr. Julia Behrend as Editor-in-Chief and Dr. Matthew Thomas as Editor.
Articles are focused on research professionals with an interest in aviation can use to improve the safety, well-being, and performance of those in this industry (e.g., predicting flight training performance).
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Calls for papers
Our journals are always looking for high-quality, relevant submissions. Below we have listed current calls for papers for special issues and sections that our journals aim to publish in the coming months. Check out the list below to see if your work might be appropriate.
European Journal of Psychological Assessment
Special issue: “Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Psychological Assessment”
Zeitschrift für Psychologie
Topical issue: Real-World Bio-Psycho-Social Assessments