Why Publish with WPS

 

Your work can make a difference in the world. And the publisher you choose can make a world of difference. Your publisher becomes your creative partner, your adviser, and your representative in the professional marketplace. In choosing a publisher, nothing matters more than trust.

At WPS, trust begins with shared values. As a researcher or clinician, you dedicate your career to helping others reach their full potential. As a publisher, WPS strives to unlock the potential of ideas, so they can do the greatest good. Working together, we can create an assessment or therapeutic resource based on sound research, supported by advanced technology and design, and presented with respect and compassion for the professional community that will use your assessment and the clients who will benefit from it.

Trust grows when author and publisher know and understand one another. From the moment you decide to publish with WPS, we’ll treat you as if you’re part of the family. We’ll invite you to visit our beautiful new headquarters in California to meet the professionals who will bring your ideas to life. We’ll demonstrate how our dynamic team can add value to your work and help you reach new audiences. And we’ll extend to you the same warmth and collaborative spirit that we value in each other. If you would like to publish with WPS please email research@wpspublish.com.

“WPS is clearly the Cadillac of the psychology publishing field…we have never had one complaint. They are superb in every aspect of the publishing business. They are also a pleasure to work with and very accommodating in handling any challenge.”
    W. George Selig, EdD
    Author, Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Classroom Discipline; Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students; Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Character

 

“I recommend WPS without reservation to anyone who wants a totally professional organization to provide a trusting relationship and to achieve satisfaction in developing the project.”

Glen E. Roberts, PhD and Author, Roberts-2

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