The following are books and other materials that we often recommend for clients. Some of these fall squarely  within the empirically-based psychology tradition, while others are clearly outside of it.

AD/HD:
Mastering Your Adult AD/HD by Safren, Sprich, Perlman, and Otto
ADD Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life by Kolberg and Nadeau
Is it You, Me, or Adult ADHD? by Gina Pera

Anger:
ACT on Life, not on Anger by Forsyth and Eifert

Depression:
The Mindful Way Through Depression by Mark Williams, John Teasdale, Zindal Segal, and Jon Kabat-Zinn
The Depression Cure by Stephen Ilardi
Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time

Panic and Anxiety:
Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic by David Barlow and Michelle Craske.

CBT:
The Feeling Good Handbook, by David Burns
Exposure Therapy for Anxiety: Practices and Principles by Abramowitz, Deacon, and Whiteside

Creativity:
The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield.

Mindfulness and Meditation:
Full Catastrophe Living, by Jon Kabat-Zinn
The Happiness Trap, by Russ Harris
The Worry Trap, by Chad LeJeune
Wherever You Go, There You Are, by Jon-Kabat Zinn

Sleep:
Quiet Your Mind and Get to Sleep, by Coleen Carney and Rachel Manber

Sexuality and Relationships:
Hold Me Tight, by Sue Johnson
The Relationship Cure, by John Gottman
Sex at Dawn, by Christopher Ryan
Mating in Captivity, by Esther Perel
The New Male Sexuality, by Bernie Zilbergeld
The Erotic Mind, by Jack Morin

Social Anxiety:
Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness by Gillian Butler

Worry, Rumination, Obsessive Thoughts (and other ways we get stuck in our heads):
The Worry Trap by Chad LeJeune.

Values, Career, and Life Direction
What Should I Do with My Life, by Po Bronson.
Getting Unstuck: A Guide to Discovering Your Next Career Path, by Timothy Butler
Finding Your North Star, by Martha Beck
Escape From Cubicle Nation, by Pamela Slim
Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, or the sequel, Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement with Everyday Life, by Mihaly Csikzentmihalyi
The Happiness Hypothesis, by Jonathan Haidt