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Adams, Joanne and Baxter, Melissa (2022) A systemic supervisory methodology and approach used during COVID times: Collective cut-outs – a gift from the left hand. Journal of Family Therapy . ISSN 0163-4445 (Print); 1467-6427 (Electronic)

Ajder, Iva and Lumley, Matthew (2021) Losing and regaining the thread: learning from the experience of moving from in-person to Zoom observations. Infant Observation: International Journal of Infant Observation and Its Applications, 24 (2). pp. 92-105. ISSN 1369-8036 (Print), 1745-8943 (Online)

Altschuler, Jenny (2021) Reflecting on clinical work and supervision during the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of Barry Mason’s concepts of safe uncertainty, relational risk-taking and transparency. Context (178). pp. 33-36. ISSN 0969-1936 (Submitted)

Amias, David (2022) Work with trauma in southern communities in Israel. Context (183). pp. 32-35. ISSN 0969-1936

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]

Arnold, Christopher and Davis, Brian (2022) Children in lockdown: Learning the lessons of pandemic times. Karnac, London. ISBN 9781913494537


Barrett, Emily (2023) Locked down during the COVID-19 pandemic: The experience of mothers living alongside their child with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) special educational needs, a psychosocial approach. Professional Doctorate thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust / University of Essex. Full text available

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


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

Datta, Soumitra, Mukherjee, Arnab and Maitra, Raka (2022) How can we facilitate psychological recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic? In: The Impact of COVID-19 on India and the Global Order: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Springer, Singapore, pp. 127-150. ISBN 978-9811684715

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 Full text available

Draper, Ana and Marcellino, Elisa (2023) Continuing Bonds Enquiry: when your name is trafficked: A framework from Improved Futures. Child Psychotherapy Matters, 283 . pp. 14-15.

Draper, Ana and Marcellino, Elisa (2023) Location, Dislocation, Relocation (LDR): A New Framework To Work With Young People Who Have Experienced Multiple Traumas. EC Neurology, 15 (4). pp. 48-52.

Draper, Ana and Marcellino, Elisa (2023) The location dislocation and relocation (LDR) framework: It's all in the be-coming. Context (188). pp. 26-29. ISSN 0969-1936

Draper, Ana, Marcellino, Elisa, Benham, Kate and Dunn, Zach David (2023) Fast Feet Forward: A sports group for looked-after children and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children as an early intervention to process trauma and reduce distress. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research . ISSN 1746-1405

Draper, Ana, Marcellino, Elisa and Ogbonnaya, Comfort (2022) Fast Feet Forward: Early intervention protocol using bilateral movements to reduce stress and increase positive cognitions in adopted children with complex trauma presentation. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 22 (3). pp. 818-826. ISSN 1746-1405


Emanuel, Ricky (2022) Changing minds and evolving views: a bio-psycho-social model of the impact of trauma and its implications for clinical work. Journal of Child Psychotherapy . pp. 376-401. ISSN 1469-9370 (electronic) 0075-417X (paper) (Submitted)


Goddard, Danny (2021) Learning remote lessons in the year of lockdown. Context (178). pp. 28-31. ISSN 0969-1936


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. Murmurations: Journal of Transformative Systemic Practice, 3 (1). ISSN 2516-0052 Full text available

Helps, Sarah, Kerman, Conny and Halliwell, Carol (2020) Ways of working during the COVID-19 crisis. Context (170). pp. 2-5. ISSN 0969-1936 (Submitted) 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


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


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)

Moussaoui, Driss, Bhugra, Dinesh, Tribe, Rachel and Ventriglio, Antonio (2021) Mental health, mental illness and migration. Mental Health and Illness Worldwide . Springer, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-10-2366-8

Music, Graham (2022) Being safe and being brave: New thoughts on trauma, and adaptations to technique. In: Celebrating 100 years of the Tavistock and Portman. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 24-40. ISBN 9781032351452

Music, Graham (2021) Being safe and being brave: new thoughts on trauma, and adaptations to technique. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy . ISSN 0266-8734 (Print); 1474-9734 (Electronic) (Submitted)

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]


Nestor, Rebecca J (2023) "The ticking clock thing": a systems psychodynamic study of UK organisations that engage the public on climate change. Organisational and Social Dynamics, 23 (1). pp. 15-32. ISSN 1474-2780 (Print) ; 2044-3765 (Online)


Olorunoje, Moyosore (2022) Death: Personal and professional stories. Context (184). pp. 25-27. ISSN 0969-1936


Papadopoulos, Renos (2021) Involuntary dislocation: Home, trauma, resilience, and adversity-activated development. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780415682787

Pendlebury, Gabrielle (2019) Facing a tricky ‘sickie’. Independent Practitioner Today .

Pendlebury, Gabrielle (2019) Managing disruptive family members. Practice Management, 29 (7). ISSN 1479-2818

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

Pozzi-Monzo, Maria E (2022) Clinical studies on parent–infant psychotherapy pre- and post-COVID-19 pandemic ‘Making the best of a bad job’ (1). Infant Observation: International Journal of Infant Observation and Its Applications . ISSN 1369-8036 (Print), 1745-8943 (Online)


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 (2022) Psychosocial explorations of trauma, exclusion and violence: Un-housed minds and inhospitable environments. The New International Library of Group Analysis Series . Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 978-0367893316

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

Shaverin, Lisa, Stubley, Joanne, Bateman, Anthony, Fonagy, Peter and Luyten, Patrick (2023) Addressing dissociation symptoms with trauma-focused mentalization-based treatment. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy . ISSN 0266-8734 (Print); 1474-9734 (Electronic)

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

Sinha, Dinesh (2022) Pandemic: Challenges in care and recovery. In: Celebrating 100 years of the Tavistock and Portman. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 135-143. ISBN 9781032351452

Sinha, Dinesh (2022) Pandemic: challenges in care and recovery. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 36 (1). pp. 4-12. ISSN 0266-8734 (Print); 1474-9734 (Electronic) (Submitted)

Skinner, Guy, Kennedy, Eilis and Bywaters, Paul W. B. (2023) A review of the relationship between poverty and child abuse and neglect: Insights from scoping reviews, systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Child Abuse Review, 32 (2). ISSN 0952-9136 (print); 1099-0852 (online)

Stubley, Joanne (2022) Complex trauma in a time of crisis: The Covid-19 pandemic. In: Complex Trauma: The Tavistock Model. Tavistock Clinic Series . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 266-277. ISBN 978-1032129983

Stubley, Joanne (2023) On Redescribing the Indescribable: Trauma, Psychoanalysis and Psychedelic Therapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy . ISSN Print ISSN: 0265-9883; Online ISSN: 1752-0118

Stubley, Joanne (2021) The Tavistock trauma service centenary lecture. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy . ISSN 0266-8734 (Print); 1474-9734 (Electronic) (Submitted)

Stubley, Joanne (2022) The Tavistock trauma service centenary lecture. In: Celebrating 100 years of the Tavistock and Portman. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 7-23. ISBN 9781032351452

Stubley, Joanne (2022) Working with Trauma and Dissociation in the NHS. British Journal of Psychotherapy . ISSN Print ISSN: 0265-9883 Online ISSN: 1752-0118

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

Sussman, Helen (2023) Alone (together): becoming a parent in the pandemic. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 49 (1). pp. 24-38. ISSN 1469-9370 (electronic) 0075-417X (paper)

Szaniecki, Eduardo and Totsuka, Yoko (2020) Community CAMHS Covid-19 webinar. [Film/Video]


Theodorou, Alexis and Ali, Saima (2021) Venus: victim or violator? The International Journal of Forensic Psychotherapy, 3 (1). pp. 54-65. ISSN 2632-0118 (Print); 2632-0126 (Online)

Totsuka, Yoko (2021) Crisis as a juncture and a possible opportunity. Context (178). pp. 31-32. ISSN 0969-1936

Trowell, Judith (2022) Trauma and abuse. In: Celebrating 100 years of the Tavistock and Portman. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 41-58. ISBN 9781032351452


Watkins, Lisa (2023) In their own words: American student narratives of challenges and struggles while studying abroad. Professional Doctorate thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust / University of Essex. Full text available

Wheatley, Elizabeth (2024) Exploring the views of child and adolescent psychotherapists on psychoanalytic remote work carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic: A reflexive thematic analysis study. Professional Doctorate thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust/University of Essex. Full text available

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

Woodhead, Louise (2021) "Support is Key" - Therapeutic help for workers on the front line. New Associations (34). p. 4. ISSN 2042-9096

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


Yakeley, Jessica (2021) Treatment for perpetrators of intimate partner violence: What is the evidence? Journal of Clinical Psychology . ISSN 0021-9762 (print), 1097-4679 (online)

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