Items where Subject is "Strange Environment/Situation"

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Antrobus, Laverne (2019) Laverne Antrobus on 5 News Tonight. How you can save the planet. 16 August 2019, Channel 5 [Starts at 0:43 with interview at 4:04]. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2017) Laverne Antrobus on Channel 5 News. How to talk to children about events such as the Manchester Arena bombing. 26 May 2017, [Starts at 0:35, Main interview at 2:24]. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2020) Laverne Antrobus on ITV News. Discussion on the psychological aspects of returning to the classroom in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis. 28 May 2020, ITV [Starts at approximately 10:39]. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2020) Laverne Antrobus on ITV News. How parents can deal with 'enormous' impact of the coronavirus crisis on children. 16 July 2020, ITV [Starts at approximately 07:47]. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2020) Laverne Antrobus on Newsround. Coronavirus: Advice if you're worried about it. 19 May 2020, BBC. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2021) Laverne Antrobus on Steph's Packed Lunch. How parents can talk to children in the light of a sudden lockdown. 05 January 2021. Channel 4 [Starts at approximately 1:08:27]. [Film/Video]

Antrobus, Laverne (2020) Laverne Antrobus on Woman's Hour. Advice on how we can best deal with the coronavirus lockdown. 13 March 2020, BBC Radio 4 [Feature starts at 03:14 with interview at approximately 09:44]. [Audio]

Antrobus, Laverne (2020) Laverne Antrobus on Woman's Hour. Dealing with family disappointment this Christmas. 21 December 2020, BBC Radio 4 [Starts at 4:10]. [Audio]


Bell, David (2019) Neoliberalism is bad for your mental health. In: The unconscious in social and political life. The Political Mind Series . Phoenix, Bicester, pp. 79-102. ISBN 978-1912691173

Blumenthal, Stephen (2020) Coronavirus and social claustrophobia: the new psychological frontier. The Telegraph . ISSN 0307-1235

Blumenthal, Stephen (2021) It is time to dispel the myths and metaphors around Covid and learn to live with it. The Telegraph . ISSN 0307-1235

Blumenthal, Stephen (2021) The pandemic has been tough on everyone – but we can grow from adversity: To overcome trauma we need good social support and to confront our difficulties head on. The Telegraoh . ISSN 0307-1235

Blumenthal, Stephen, Bhattacharya, Ashok and Bhattacharya, Emily (2021) First name basis with Dr. Stephen Blumenthal. [Film/Video]

Bradley, Caroline, Joffe, Helene, Rossetto, Tiziana and O'Connor, Cliodhna (2017) Stigma in science: the case of earthquake prediction. Disasters . ISSN 1467-7717

Brown, Gabrielle (2019) PA Thinking and the Unhoused Mind. New Associations, 28 . pp. 15-19. ISSN 2042-9096

Brown, Gabrielle (2019) Psychoanalytic thinking on the unhoused mind. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367148478

Burstow, Paul, Lyon, Louise, Sinha, Dinesh and Unwin, Julia (2021) The next 100 years: Innovations and insights for the 21st century. [Film/Video]


Cardona, Francesca, Neal, Ben, Vesey, Robyn and Roberts, Vega Zagier (2020) The relevance of the Tavistock model of consulting in the context of a crisis. Part 1 of 2 webinars. [Film/Video]

Catty, Jocelyn (2020) Lockdown and adolescent mental health: reflections from a child and adolescent psychotherapist. Wellcome Open Research, 5 (132). Full text available

Christoforidou, Marina (2014) Psychoanalysis and Gravity. Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations . pp. 1-7. ISSN Print 1475-3634; Online 1475-3626

Cooper, Andrew (2019) The Passion of Brexit (comment). New Associations, 28 . pp. 11-12. ISSN 2042-9096


Daniel, Gwyn, Healey, Arlene and Marie, Mohammad (2020) Families in chronically unsafe community environments: Experiences in Northern Ireland and Palestine. In: The Handbook of Systemic Family Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy and Global Health Issues. John Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, pp. 191-214. ISBN 9781119438519

Davidson, Sarah and Scanlan, Claire (2012) On being involved in a major incident abroad: An exploratory study of an international service. In: British Red Cross The journey continues: Reflections from staff and volunteers about what the British Red Cross learned in 2011. British Red Cross Society, London, pp. 11-19. ISBN 9780900228100

Doncaster, Emily, McPherson, Susan, Hiskey, Syd and Leanne, Andrews (2018) “I'm still fighting for the two of us”: How partners of UK veterans construct their experience of living with combat‐related trauma. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy . ISSN 1752-0606


Harvey, Anna (2020) Ecology, psychoanalysis, global warming and cats: fragmentation and interconnection. Journal of Social Work Practice, 34 (4). pp. 395-408. ISSN 0265-0533

Helps, Sarah (2020) Doing remote systemic psychotherapy during a pandemic – learning from a speedy Quality Improvement Project. Pandemic as Systemic Flux – The Writing Project . Full text available

Hughes, Gillian, Burck, Charlotte and Roncin, Laureline (2020) Therapeutic activism: Supporting emotional resilience of volunteers working in a refugee camp. Psychotherapy and Politics International . ISSN 1556-9195


Kent, Tim, Rosenthall, Joanna and Hertzmann, Leezah (2021) The Porcupine's dilemma: Couples and space during the lockdown. [Film/Video]

Kuzuhara, Felipe Massao (2019) Raluca Soreanu, Working-Through Collective Wounds: Trauma, Denial, Recognition in the Brazilian Uprising. Psychoanalysis and History, 21 (3). pp. 381-383. ISSN Print: 1460-8235 ; Online: 1755-201x


Morgan, David (2017) Inflammatory projective identification in fundamentalist religious and economic terrorism. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 31 (3). pp. 314-326. ISSN 0266-8734 (Print); 1474-9734 (Electronic)

Music, Graham, Stubley, Joanne and O'Rourke, Jane (2020) Why is Covid 19 causing trauma in frontline workers and what can help? [Film/Video]

Music, Graham and Waterfall, Alice (2020) Confer - The Coronavirus Series - Interview with Dr Graham Music and Alice Waterfall. 09 April 2020, YouTube. [Film/Video]


Pendlebury, Gabrielle (2020) Preparing to go to a Coroner’s court. Independent Practitioner Today . Full text available

Pendlebury, Gabrielle (2020) When called to a Coroner’s court. Independent Practitioner Today . Full text available


Rustin, Michael (2020) The Coronavirus Pandemic and its Meanings.


Scanlon, Christopher (2021) On disappointment: promoting ordinary conversations in extraordinary times. Journal of Psychosocial Studies, 14 (1). pp. 19-32. ISSN 1478-6737

Scanlon, Christopher and Adlam, John (2018) Violent states and traumatised organisations: Working with disappointed people in disappointing places. Psychotherapy Section Review (61). pp. 16-23. ISSN Print: 1747-1761; Online: 2396-958X

Scanlon, Christopher, Cornes, Michelle, Manthorpe, Jill and Hennessy, Catherine (2014) Not just a talking shop: practitioner perspectives on how communities of practice work to improve outcomes for people experiencing multiple exclusion homelessness. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 28 (6). pp. 541-546. ISSN 1356-1820

Shaw, Claire (2020) For staff on the frontline: How are you? Other. NCL in Mind, London. Full text available

Stubley, Joanne, O'Reilly, Jo and Stuart-Smith, Sue (2020) Pre-existing trauma and COVID-19: RCPsych COVID-19 Members' Webinar. [Film/Video]


Williams, Charlotte (2020) Leading and containing in Higher Education during Covid-19. Higher Education Policy Institute . Full text available

Woods, John (2017) Death of a Psychotherapist and Other Poems. Karnac Books, London. ISBN 9781782205845

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