Foreign Rights and Translations
Welcome to the Guilford Press Foreign Rights and Translations page. If you are interested in acquiring translation rights to a Guilford title, this page is designed to provide the information you need. Below you can find links to our most recent rights lists, book fairs, and featured new publications. Visit our catalog page for our most recent catalogs.
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Past Rights Lists
International Book Fairs
Guilford regularly attends the London and Frankfurt Book Fairs. Please contact us to find out when we will be attending, or to schedule an appointment to meet with us in person. We are always pleased to meet with our international colleagues to present our latest Rights List and forthcoming titles.
Finding Information on Guilford Titles
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In addition, we are happy to recommend titles or send publishers reading copies upon request. Please take a look at the following featured new publications:
Getting Unstuck from PTSD: Using Cognitive Processing Therapy to Guide Your RecoveryPatricia A. Resick, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, and Stefanie T. LoSavio
April 14, 2023
The first self-help workbook for adults who have been traumatized to be based on the work of Aaron Beck.
Patricia Resick and colleagues developed cognitive processing therapy for PTSD, based on the work of Aaron Beck, to write the highly successful, comprehensive manual for professionals, Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD. This is the first self-help workbook for adults based on this treatment method. The workbook uses simple and straightforward language and tasks that can be completed within a few weeks or up to several months. Readers learn how PTSD works and why it keeps them stuck in long-held beliefs about themselves. They are taken on a step-by-step journey to identify a “worst” trauma that will unravel the web of unhelpful thoughts, behaviors, and emotions.
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