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What You Read Next

Could Transform You

We publish and review books and other resources designed to improve the psychological well-being of children and adults.

Our Books

We specialize in books and therapeutic journals covering health and wellness, mental illness, recovery, resilience, philosophy and mindfulness.


We invite professionals with experience in mental health (and related domains) to tell us about books, journals, apps, and other resources.


Our publications are presented in tandem with original illustrations by artists who have survived difficult life circumstances.

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Project management
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Survey development
Data management
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Report writing
Articles and web pages
Infographics and illustrations

What You Read Next
Could Transform You

Discover Books, Journals, and Other Resources
Hand-Picked by Experienced Therapists,
Teachers, Researchers, and Healers

Wellness Resources

Books, journals, apps, and more recommended and reviewed by wellness professionals.

The well-rounded dreamwork reference I keep on my nightstand
Review by Lisa Lindeman, Ph.D.

Whether you want to interpret perplexing dreams or resolve recurring nightmares, this book is invaluable. Schiller is a psychotherapist with decades of experience helping clients find wisdom and healing through dreams.

A beautifully deep exploration of our need to feel connected and at home
Review by Lisa Lindeman, Ph.D.

If you feel alienated or estranged, like a lone wolf with no place in the world, this book is a poignant reminder that you do belong, and you do have a place. Through a blend of personal stories, creative wonderings, incisive commentary, and philosophical exploration, Toko-pa illuminates what it means to belong.

A message of encouragement and a path forward
Review by Lisa Lindeman, Ph.D.

If you’ve spent your life wanting to “make the world a better place,” you might be feeling discouraged. Given the endless avalanche of negative news, despair is normal. How do we move forward? Charles Eisenstein delivers powerful words of encouragement. The story we tell about our future is a powerful guide. No one person can fix everything, but one person can trigger transformation.

by Hazel Gale, Elitsa Dermendzhiyska, Natalia Theodoridou, and a team of advisors
An entrancing narrative encourages resilience and self-insight
Review by Lisa Lindeman, Ph.D.

Betwixt was created by a team of psychologists and writers. You are the main character in a story. A blend of imagery, sound, and sensory-rich descriptions give the story an almost hypnotic feel. At the same time, choices offered encourage active participation at every turn.