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The Fielding University Press

Fielding University Press is a publisher of academic books across a variety of disciplines. Its catalog is grounded in the PhD programs and research by faculty and students of Fielding Graduate University, as well as scholars and researchers worldwide.  

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2019 publications

The Fielding Scholar Practitioner Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa:
New Perspectives
Resilience: Navigating Challenges of Modern Life

2018 publications

Women Having Impact: How women of color are making a difference in STEM at minority serving institutions Judy Stevens Long Living Well Dying well The Quiet Profession
Women Having Impact Living Well, Dying Well The Quiet Profession:
Supervisors of Psychotherapy

2017 publications

Understanding the Frontal Lobe of the Brain Expressions of Phenomenological Research  
Understanding the Frontal Lobe of the Brain Expressions of Phenomenological Research  

2016 publications

Women Called to Lead: Empowering Women of Color in Academic Leadership Veteran and Family Reintegration: Identity, Healing, and Reconciliation A Passion for Adult Learning: How the Fielding model is transforming doctoral education
Women Called to Lead Veteran and Family Reintegration:
Identity, Healing, and Reconciliation
A Passion for Adult Learning
Clinical Health Psychology: Cultural Perspectives Contemplative Social Research: Caring for Self, Being, and Lifeworld  
Clinical Health Psychology:
Cultural Perspectives
Contemplative Social Research:
Caring for Self, Being, and Lifeworld
 

2015 publications

Leadership Studies in Healthcare Sustainability Leadership: Integrating Values, Meaning, and Action Leadership for Social Change
Leadership Studies in Healthcare Sustainability Leadership:
Integrating Values, Meaning and Action
Leadership for Social Change:
A Cultural Perspective
Digital Citizenship in the 21st Century    
Digital Citizenship in the 21st Century    

2014 publications

Social Change in the Modern Workplace: New Research and Scholarly Reflections The Psychotherapy Relationship: Cultural Influences New Directions in Media Psychology
Social Change in the Modern Workplace The Psychotherapy Relationship:
Cultural Influences
New Directions in Media Psychology

In 2013, FUP launched the Fielding Monograph series, a collection of publications focused on key issues at the intersection of academic research and modern society. These monographs offer original, groundbreaking research on topics such as social change in the workplace, clinical health, media psychology, veteran re-integration, digital citizenship, and leadership in social diversity and sustainability.

In 2016, Fielding published the first in a series of books authored by individual scholars, often in collaboration with academic experts around the globe. A typical example is Contemplative Social Research, edited by Dr. Valerie Bentz and Dr. Vincenzo Giorgino together with nine scholars throughout Europe and North America. 

For its 2017-2018 publishing slate, Fielding University Press plans to release another exciting series of books and monographs that establish Fielding and its associated academic institutions as leaders in innovative research in the social, educational and behavioral sciences.