• Rashid, T., Gillham, J. & Anjum, A. (in press). Strengths-Based Resilience: A Practitioner Manual. Boston: Hogrefe.
  • Rashid, T., & Seligman, M.E.P. (2018). Positive Psychotherapy: A Manual. New York: Oxford University Press. (Currently being translated in nine languages; two published, Portuguese & Simplified Chinese; seven in the preparation)
  • Rashid, T., & Seligman, M.E.P. (2018). Positive Psychotherapy: Workbook. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Slade, M., Brownell, T., Rashid, T., & Schrank, B. (2016). Positive Psychotherapy for Psychosis. Routledge: London.
  • Rashid, T. (1994). Hindustan, Translation of India and Her Neighbors, Book IV. By Will Durant, Story of Civilization, Volume VI, Book Two. Takhlaqaat: Lahore, Pakistan



  • Uliaszek, A., Rashid, T. Zarowsky, Z., (in press). The role of Signature Strengths in treatment outcome. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy.
  • Bates-Krakoff,,, Parente, A., McGrath, R. E., Rashid, T. &  Niemiec, R. M. (in press).  Strengths-Based Positive Intervention Effective for Eliciting Positive Behavioral Outcomes? Journal of Counselling Psychology.
  • Waters, L., Cameron, K., Nelson-Coffey, S. K., Crone, D. L., Kern, M. L., Lomas, T., Oades, L., Owens, R. L., Pawelski, J. O., Rashid, T., Warren, M. A., White, M. A., & Williams, P. (2021). Collective wellbeing and posttraumatic growth during COVID-19: how positive psychology can help families, schools, workplaces and marginalized communities. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1–29.
  • Jarden, A., Rashid, T., Roache, A., & Lomas, T. (2021). Ethical guidelines for positive psychology practice(version 2.0:English). International Journal of Wellbeing, 11(3), 1-38.
  • Rashid, T., & McGrath, R. E. (2020). Strengths-based actions to enhance wellbeing in the time of COVID-19. International Journal of Wellbeing, 10(4), 113-132.
  • Gulamani, T., Uliaszek, A., Chugani, C.D., Rashid, T. (2020). Attrition and attendance in group therapy for university students: An examination of predictors across time. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 70(12), 2155-2169.
  • Riches, S., Brownell, T., Schrank, B., Lawrence, V., Rashid, T., & Slade, M. (2020). Understanding ‘forgiveness’ in the context of psychosis: A qualitative study of service user experience. Clinical Psychology Forum, 336, 41-48
  • Lomas, T., Roache, A., Rashid, T., & Jarden, A. (2019). Developing ethical guidelines for positive psychology practice: An ongoing, iterative, collaborative endeavour.The Journal of Positive Psychology, , 1-6. doi:10.1080/17439760.2019.1651892.
  • Jarden, A., Rashid, T., Roache, A., & Lomas, T. (2019). Ethical guidelines for positive psychology practice (version 1.0: English). International Journal of Wellbeing, 9(3), 1-30.
  • Rashid, T., Di Genova, L., Huston, M. (2019). Campus Mental Health: Whole is Greater than the Sum; Synthesizing Policy, Practice, Assessment, Intervention, Outcome & Evaluation, Communique, 19(1),
  • Uliaszek, A. A., Hamdullahpur, K., Chugani, C. D., & Rashid, T. (2018). Mechanisms of change in group therapy for treatment-seeking university students. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 109, 10–17.
  • Rashid, T. (2017). Views on wellbeing research, policy and practice: An interview with Dr. Tayyab Rashid. Middle East Journal of Positive Psychology, 3(1), 52-56.
  • Uliaszek, A. A., Rashid, T., Williams, G. E., & Gulamani, T. (2016). Group therapy for university students: A randomized control trial of dialectical behavior therapy and positive psychotherapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 77, 78-85.
  • Rashid, T. (2015). Positive Psychotherapy: Integrating symptoms and strengths toward client well-being. New Jersey Psychologist, 55, 3, 25-27.
  • Rashid, T. (2015). Positive psychotherapy: A strength-based approach. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 10, 25-40.
  • Riches, S., Schrank, B., Rashid, T., Slade, M. (2015). WELLFOCUS PPT: Modifying Positive Psychotherapy for psychosis psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 53(1), 68-77.
  • Drvaric, L., Gerritsen, C., Rashid, T., Bagby, R. M., & Mizrahi, R. (2015). High stress, low resilience in people at clinical high risk for psychosis: Should we consider a strengths-based approach? Canadian Psychology 56(3), 332-347.
  • Bertisch, H., Rath, J., Long, C., Ashman, T. & Rashid, T. (2014). Positive psychology in rehabilitation medicine: A brief report. 4(3), 573-85.
  • Niemiec, R. M., Rashid, T., & Spinella, M. (2012). Strong mindfulness: Integrating mindfulness and character strengths. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 34, 240-253.
  • Rashid, T. & K. Kostouros, P. (2015).Campus Mental Health. Communique, 15(2),
  • McGrath, R. Rashid, T., Peterson, C & Park, N. (2010). Is Optimal Functioning a Distinct State?
    The Humanistic Psychologist, 38, 159-169.
  • Rashid, T. (2009). Positive Interventions in Clinical Practice, Journal of Clinical Psychology,
  • Seligman, M. E. P., Rashid, T. & Parks, A.C. (2006). Positive Psychotherapy. American Psychologist, 61,774-788.
  • McGrath, R. E., Rashid, T., Hayman, J., & Pogge, D. L. (2002). A comparison of MMPI–2 high-point coding strategies. Journal of Personality Assessment, 79, 243–256. doi:10.1207/S15327752JPA7902 08

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