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Authors' Resources!

From concept to publication, Springer Publishing Company is committed to excellence through its selection of authors, books, and ideas in the areas of nursing, psychology, social work, counseling, gerontology, public health, and rehabilitation. In addition, we publish several important series, such as Fast Facts, Psych 101, and Contemporary Neuropsychology. Please use the below links for more information on the opportunity to publish with us.


Why publish with us?

For over 60 years, Springer Publishing Company has grown and thrived as an independent publisher singularly committed to serving the health care and helping professions. Pioneers in nursing, gerontology, and rehabilitation, we also serve the academic and professional communities in psychology, public health, social work, and counseling. Throughout our history, we have been committed to excellence in all areas of the publishing process, from concept to publication. Our continued independence and dynamic growth is based on our commitment to three core principles:


  • Authors come first. We believe that the collaborative relationship formed with our authors is the key to successful publishing. As a Springer Publishing Company author, you will have the undivided attention of expert professionals who are committed to disseminating your work to the widest possible audience and giving your voice the greatest possible impact.
  • Quality is essential. We seek to publish the best possible books and journals. Our goal is to help you realize the potential of your work by providing editorial, production, marketing, and sales excellence.
  • Independence is paramount. We are a fast-moving company open to new ideas and creative publishing. We are also committed to nurturing long-term relationships with our authors and supporting them throughout their careers. As one of relatively few independent publishing companies serving the health care and helping professions, we are close to our markets and understand the needs of our authors and their readers.