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Finch, J., Schaub, J., Dalrymple, R. (2013) Projective Identification and the Fear of Failing: Making Sense of Practice Educators’ Emotional Experiences of Failing Social Work Students in Practice Learning Settings, Journal of Social Work Practice, DOI:10.1080/02650533.2013.854754

Finch, J and Taylor, I (2013) Failure to Fail? Practice Educators' Emotional Experiences of Assessing Failing Social Work Students, Social Work Education: The International Journal, 32:2, 244-258

J. Finch (2013): An ethnographic study of practice assessment panels (PAPs) in social work education (HEA)

S Briggs, M Goldblatt, R. Lindner, JT Maltsberger and G Fiedler 2012 Suicide and Trauma; a case discussion, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 26,1,13-33

Briggs, S & Hingley-Jones, H, 2013, 'Reconsidering Adolescent Subjectivity: A 'Practice-Near' Approach to the Study of Adolescents, Including Those with Severe Learning Disabilities ', British Journal of Social Work, 43: 64-80

Froggett L. and S Briggs (2012) Practice Near and Practice Distant Methods in Human Services Research, Journal of Research Practice Volume 8, Issue 2, Article M9.

S Briggs (2010) Time-limited psychodynamic psychotherapy for adolescents and young adults Journal of Social Work Practice, 24, 2.

R Lindner and S. Briggs 2010 "Forming Ideal Types by Understanding: Application to the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Suicidal Men" Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)

Relationship-based social work: getting to the heart of practice (2010) Jointly edited with Adrian Ward, Gillian Ruch & Danielle Turney

Ward, A and Parkinson, C (2010) Special issue on Personalisation, Journal of Social Work Practice. 24, 3.

Cooper A (2010) ‘Institutional racism: can psychotherapy change?’ British Journal of Psychotherapy, 26: 486–501

Cooper A (2010) ‘Legend Myth and Idea: on the fate of a great paper’ British Journal of Psychotherapy special issue on the work of Isabel Menzies Lyth, 26, 2 pp 219-227

Evans, M. and Whittaker, A. (2010) Sensory awareness and social work. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Briggs, S and Froggett, L (2009) Special issue on Practice Near Research, Journal of Social Work Practice. 23, 4.

Whittaker, A. (2009) Research skills for social work. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Johns R (2009); Using the Law in Social Work (fourth edition). Learning Matters; Exeter. ISBN 978-1844452477

Emotions: Psychosocial Approaches (2009) Palgrave: Basingstoke eds, Day Sclater, Jones, D, W, Pice, H and Yates, C. (co-wrote the introduction and Conclusion).

S Briggs. (2009) Risks and opportunities in adolescence: understanding adolescent mental health difficulties. Journal of Social Work Practice, 23, 1, 49-64

S Briggs, L Webb, J Buhagiar, G Braun, A Trotter (2009) An Evaluation of Maytree, a short-term respite centre for the suicidal; implications for practice and prevention. Suicidologi, Oslo, ÅRG. 14, NR. 3, 26-29

Lawlor, D. (2009). Test of Time A Case Study in the Functioning of Social Systems as a Defence Against Anxiety: Rereading 50 Years onClinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry Vol 14 No 4

Lawlor, D & Webb, L. (2009). An Interview with Isabel Menzies Lyth with a Conceptual Commentary Organisational and Social Dynamics Vol 9 No. 1

Cooper A. (2009) ‘Inter-professional Working: Choice or Destiny?’, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 14 (4), pp. 531-36

Cooper A. (2009) ‘Hearing the Grass Grow: Emotional and epistemological challenges of practice near research’Journal of Social Work Practice, 23:4, pp 429-442

Cooper, A. ‘Welfare: Dead, dying or just transubstantiated?’ Soundings, 38, 2008

Cooper A (2008) Misguided VengeanceThe Guardian, December 2nd

Wilson K, Ruch G, Lymbery M, Cooper A (2008) Social Work: An introduction to contemporary practice, London: Pearson Education

Stephen Briggs, Alessandra Lemma and William Crouch (2008) Relating to Self-harm and Suicide: psychoanalytic Perspectives on Practice, Theory and Prevention London, Routledge

David W. Jones: (2008) Understanding Criminal Behaviour: Psychosocial approaches to criminality. Devon, Willan Publishing

Trevillion, S. (2008) Research, theory and practice: eternal triangle or uneasy bedfellows?’ Social Work Education, vol. 27, no.4, pp.347-450

Trevillion, S. (2007) ‘Health, disability and social work: new directions in social work research’, British Journal of Social Work, vol.37, pp.937-946

David Armstrong (2007) The dynamics of lateral relationships in contemporary organisationsOrganisational and Social Dynamics, Vol 7 no 2 pages 193 – 210

S BriggsL Webb, J BuhagiarG Braun (2007) Evaluation of Maytree, a respite centre for the suicidal. Crisis; The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention,28, 3, 140-147

Rachel Tribe (2007) Health Pluralism - A more appropriate alternative to western models of therapy in the context of the conflict and natural disaster in Sri Lanka?Journal of Refugee Studies, 20.1, 21-36

Biddy Youell (2006) The Learning Relationship. Psychoanalytic thinking in education London. Karnac Books/Tavistock Clinic Series

S.Briggs, J.Maltsberger, M.Goldblatt, R. Lindner, G.Fiedler (2006) Assessing and engaging suicidal teenagers in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Archives for Suicide Research, 10,4