Psychology Today Here to Help: Breaking the Bonds of Food Addiction (Dec., $17.95) by Susan McQuillan confronts food obsession and overeating.
Creative Envy: The Rescue of One of Civilization's Major Forces (Sept., $17.95) by Carlos Amadeu Botelho Byington attributes a Jungian archetypal foundation to envy as well as creative potential.
I Love a Firefighter: What the Family Needs to Know (Sept., $14.95) by Ellen Kirschman outlines the dangerous lives of firefighters plus guidance on coping skills for their families.
Yes, Your Parents Are Crazy!: A Teen Survival Guide (Sept., $14.95) by Michael J. Bradley offers parents a lifeline to help teens navigate life's potholes.
Is Oedipus Online? Citing Freud After Freud (Jan., $19.95) by Jerry Aline Flieger tests the viability of Freudian psychoanalysis on 21st-century culture.
The Road to Tolerance: The Philosophy of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (Sept., $21) by Albert Ellis. Psychotherapist Ellis explains the principles of rational emotive behavior therapy and considers them in relation to spiritual and religious philosophies.
Why Love Matters: How Affection Shapes a Baby's Brain (Sept.; $15.95, cloth $65) by Sue Gerhardt explains why love is essential to the development of an infant's brain. Advertising.
Art Heals (Nov., $16.95) by Shaun McNiff. An art therapist explores how the creative process benefits the healthy and the sick.
STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK PRESS
The Good Life: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Love, Ethics, Creativity, and Spirituality (Sept., $16.95) by Jeffrey B. Rubin posits that analysis can nurture and vitalize, not just focus on affliction and neuroses.
I Can't Believe I Just Did That: How (Seemingly) Small Embarrassments Can Wreak Havoc in Your Life—and What You Can Do to Put a Stop to Them (Sept., $14.95) by David Allyn. A social scientist helps heal the damaging effects of shame and embarrassment.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
Love Sick: Love as a Mental Illness (Feb., $15.95) by Frank Tallis questions whether falling in love is an act of madness.
UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Prozac as a Way of Life (Sept.; $19.95, cloth $39.95), edited by Carl Elliott and Tod Chambers. Essays debate the ethical and cultural issues surrounding the popularity of antidepressant use.