• Briggs, S., Netuveli, G., Gould, N., Gkaravella, A., Gluckman, N.,  Kangogyere, P., Farr, R., Goldblatt, M., Lindner, R.,  (2019): The effectiveness of psychoanalytic/ psychodynamic psychotherapy for reducing suicide attempts and self-harm: Systematic review and meta-analysis, British Journal of Psychiatry, Jun;214(6):320-328. 
  • Briggs, S. (2019) Time-limited Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: a  developmentally-focussed psychotherapy for young people, London, Routledge 
  • Briggs, S. Finch, J., &  Farah, F. (2019) Evaluation of Grassroots men at risk of suicide project, East Sussex County Council.   
  • Finch, J., Jonsson, J., Kamali, M. & McKendrick, D. (2019) Social Work and Countering Violent Extremism in  Sweden and the UK, European Journal of Social Work 
  • Finch, J. and Parker J. (2020) The history and context of contemporary social work (including global social work) Parker, J. (ed)  Introducing Social Work, London, Learning Matters, Sage
  • Finch, J. (2020) Looking After Yourself as a Social Work in Parker, J. (ed) Introducing Social Work, London, Learning Matters, Sage
  • Finch, J. (in press)  Assessment in Field Education in Egan, R., Hill, N., & Rollins, R (Eds)  Challenges, Opportunities and Innovations in Social Work Fieldwork Education, Melbourne, Routledge 
  •   Finch, J. (2020) Emotions and the Importance of Personality in Development in Parker, J. and Ashencean Crabtree, S. (Eds) Human Growth and Development in Children and Young People: Theoretical and practice perspectives (Volume 1) Bristol, Policy Press 
  • Finch, J. and McKendrick, D. (2019) Securitising Social Work: Counter -Terrorism, Extremism and Radicalisation in Webb, S. (ed) Routledge Handbook of Critical Social Work, Routledge, London 
  • Hoskin, J. and Finch, J. (2020) Covid 19, Disability and the New Eugenics. Implications for social work policy and practice, in Social Work 2020 under Covid, 4th Edition, 2nd June 2020, available from link.
  • McKendrick D. and Finch, J. (2020) Social Work, Covid 19 and Securitisation,  in Social Work 2020 under Covid,  2nd Edition, 24th April 2020, available from link.
  • McKendrick. D. and Finch, J. (2020) Pressure Drop: Securitising and De-Securitising Safeguarding,  Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, Vol 32 (1) pp:61-72 
  • Maclean, S., Finch, J. & Tedam, P. (2018) SHARE: A New Model for Social work, Kirwin Maclean Associates, Litchfield 
  • Maxwell, M., Briggs, S., Keenan, A., Chadwick, A. (2019) Using Time-limited Adolescent Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (TAPP) in CAMHS, Association of Child Psychotherapists' Bulletin, 271, 20-23. 
  • McKendrick. D. and Finch, J. (2020) Pressure Drop: Securitising and De-Securitising Safeguarding,  Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, Vol 32 (1) pp:61-72 
  • McKendrick, D. and Finch, J. (2019) PREVENT, Safeguarding and The Common-Sensing of Social Work in the UK, Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, Vol 31(2) 
  • Stevenson, S. (2019) A Racist Attack Managing Complex Relationships with Traumatised Service Users - a Psychodynamic Approach. Journal of Social Work Practice, available from link

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