Mental Health Book Reviews

Mental health book reviews

Mental health book reviews are published every Wednesday on MH@H.  I review non-fiction books on topics related to mental health, and I particularly enjoy reviewing books by indie authors. I post honest reviews, but in the case of indie authors, I would choose not to post a review rather than post a negative review. As a general rule, I don’t publish reviews prior to a book’s publication date. Please let me know via my contact form if you have suggestions for books you think I should review.

This page includes the books I’ve reviewed so far. Subject tags are included in italics if a book’s subject isn’t clear from the title.

The names of authors who are fellow bloggers are hyperlinked to their blogs. Their books cover some additional genres outside of the books I typically review. 

Mental Illness Book Reviews


Bipolar Disorder


Eating Disorders


Pornography Addiction

Psychotic Disorders


Trauma, PTSD, c-PTSD, and Dissociative Disorders

Therapy-Based Books

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Other Mental Illness Book Reviews

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Psychology & Wellness Book Reviews

  • Own It by Caroline Foran (self-confidence)
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Miscellaneous Non-Fiction



Get your read on section of the COVID-19/mental health coping toolkit

Even if money is tight, that doesn’t have to get in the way of reading. Here are a few ways to get your read on for free.


Did you know that local public libraries often have ebooks that you can check out? 

  • The Libby App is connected with the Overdrive system used by most public libraries so you can access free ebooks and audiobooks.
  • Hoopla Digital has partnered with libraries in the U.S. and Canada to offer videos, music, audiobooks, and ebooks.

Other free book options

Places to find free books