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Our Publishing Mission

At Sheldon Press we believe that everyone should have the information they need to make the best health and well-being choices for themselves and their families. That’s why, through our inclusive, compassionate publishing, we provide expertise from both clinical professionals and those with lived experience, offering long-term, effective solutions to common life issues and everyday problems.

With books offering advice on everything from arthritis to anxiety, PTSD to quitting alcohol, we have been supporting physical, mental and emotional well-being for over 40 years. More recently we have been supporting parents with everything from baby’s first year to teenage mental health, as well as providing women with support on topics from gut health to early menopause.

We believe that there is no illness too embarrassing or dull, no condition too hidden or overlooked that there shouldn’t be a book to help, and, through publishing on these topics, we aim to remove stigma, encourage empathy, and change lives for the better.

What our readers say about our books:

“Stop what you are doing and read this book. All of it, bits of it, in one gulp or slowly in slurps. It might be the most important book you ever read as a parent”

—Fi Glover on Talking the Tough Stuff with Teens

“This is the book we’ve all been waiting for – nothing less than a breath-taking new psy­chology of humanity. Kaufman will show you how to live your life to the fullest, and in the service of others – all at the same time”

—Susan Cain, New York Times–bestselling author of Quiet on Transcend

“This book is a great guide for anyone facing a cancer diagnosis, and Deborah would have been proud to know that it will help so many people”

—Heather James on Everything You Hoped You’d Never Need to Know About Bowel Cancer

Awards and prizes

Beyond Behaviours by Mona Delahooke wins a Benjamin Franklin Book Award Winner in Psychology
What Every Woman Needs to Know About Her Gut: nominated for an Irish Book Award
I Wish I’d Known wins a Nautilus Gold Award

Want to get in touch?

If you are interested in Sheldon Press titles, would like to write for us, or have any queries, please do email sheldonpress@johnmurrays.co.uk or connect with us through our social media channels (listed in the top right-hand corner of this page), and we will be in touch.