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Unusual, often bizarre true tales of mental-institutional life by the author of more than 30 books: now available as an audiobook.

Henry Kellerman’s There’s No Handle on My Door: Stories of Patients in Mental Hospitals Is Available as an Audiobook

Now available just in time for the 2017 holidays and New Year, this fascinating book probes institutional life via 9 unforgettable profiles. In the words of its author, Dr. Henry Kellerman: “The unalloyed truth is that I’m in thrall to idiosyncrasy. It can be said that I actually love pathology. Let me explain: It’s that […]

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The Seventh Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation

This is the seventh Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation (AMHF), a research organization formed in 1924, incorporated in New York State December 31, 1954. AMHF celebrates 10 decades of philanthropic service and activities—“Advancing Mental Health: A Century of Excellence in Mental Health Research.”—likely an unprecedented long-term record of service to the public weal.   Vision: Building […]

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One of four works by Erich Fromm, issued by The American Mental Health Foundation, newly available as an audiobook.

Erich Fromm’s Beyond Freud (1992, 2010) Is Available as an Audiobook

Available as an audiobook along with three other of Erich Fromm‘s works issued by American Mental Health Foundation Books (along with Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism, new, by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., and soon, There’s No Handle on My Door: Stories of Patients in Mental Hospitals, by Dr. Henry Kellerman): Beyond Freud: From Individual […]

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The 1964 edition, reissued exclusively by American Mental Health Foundation Books in 2010, is available as an audiobook, in 2017, for the first time ever.

Erich Fromm’s The Heart of Man Is Available as an Audiobook

First published in 1964 and long unavailable until 2010, when it was reissued by American Mental Health Foundation Books, The Heart of Man is available as an audiobook for the first time. It can be purchased by clicking here. Erich Fromm himself comments: “This book is in some respects a counterpart to The Art of Loving. While […]

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Now available as an Audiobook: psychologist and social theorist Erich Fromm on alienation and mental health

Erich Fromm’s The Pathology of Normalcy (2010) Is Available as an Audiobook

Now available as an Audiobook from American Mental Health Foundation Books…. As Erich Fromm, more in tune with our times than ever, trenchantly writes in The Pathology of Normalcy: “There are two possible approaches to the question of what is mental health in contemporary society. One is statistical and one is an analytical, qualitative approach. “The […]

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The classic: available as an audiobook for the first time ever

Erich Fromm’s The Revolution of Hope Is Available as an Audiobook

For the first time in nearly 50 years (1968), The Revolution of Hope, exclusively published by American Mental Health Foundation Books, is available as an audiobook. Order here! “The Revolution of Hope lives up to its title with an uplifting exploration of the definition of hope, what it truly means to be human, and steps […]

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Alexis Tomarken, MSW, PhD

Alexis Tomarken, MSW, PhD, Joins the AMHF Advisory Board

The American Mental Health Foundation is delighted to announce Alexis Tomarken, MSW, PhD, has joined its professional advisory board. Dr. Tomarken is a psychologist in private practice in New York City and a supervisor in the clinical-psychology doctoral program at Long Island University (LIU). Over recent years, Dr. Tomarken has trained as a psychoanalytic candidate in the […]

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The so-called Goldwater Rule & The American Mental Health Foundation, from Time magazine

The American Mental Health Foundation in Time, July 27, 2017

This superb article in Time, by journalist Olivia B. Waxman, relates to a conversation with The American Mental Health Foundation initiated via a phone call from the office of Congressman Ted Lieu. The most-relevant portion to this blog is found in the final paragraph.

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Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism - Raymond Flannery

Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism Is Available as an Audiobook

This new book, by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., is the first of several planned titles from AMHF Books as an Audio title. Order on this link today! Of the print and ebook (Kindle) editions, Midwest Book Review, in part, praises: “Impressively informed and informative, thoroughly “reader friendly” in organization and presentation. Coping with Anxiety […]

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Left to right on Public Voice Salon: Evander Lomke, Dr. Henry Kellerman, host John Bredin, Dr. William Van Ornum

The American Mental Health Foundation on Public Voice Salon, with John Bredin, Host

Immediately following the 2017 US-presidential inauguration, members of The American Mental Health Foundation professional-advisory board, Drs. Henry Kellerman and William Van Ornum, were filmed on Public Voice Salon. John Bredin is the gracious host. The freewheeling conversation, centering on the state of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis today, also included Mr. Evander Lomke, executive director, discussing the history […]

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