The following shows you some of the literature I have studied to inform my practice.
Adams, N., (2006) Systemic Therapy techniques for sexual difficulties. In Hiller. J., Wood, H., & Bolton, W., (eds)., Sex Mind and Emotion. London: Karnac 209-227
Ahrons, C., (2006). Family Ties After Divorce: Long Term Implications for Children. Family Process, Vol. 46, No. 1.
Ahrens, C.R., (2007) Introduction to Special Issue on Divorce and its Aftermath
Akister, J., & Reibstein, J., (2004) Links between attachment theory and systemic practice; some proposals
Andersen T. (1995) Reflecting Processes; Acts of Informing and Forming415-428.
Andersen T. (1987) The reflecting team: Dialogue and meta dialogue in clinical work. Family Process 26, 415-428.
Anderson, H. & Goolishian, H. (1992 ) ‘The client is the expert: a not-knowing approach to therapy’. In: McNamee, S., & Gergen, K. (1992). Therapy as social construction. London: Sage publications
Anderson, H. and Jensen, P., (2006) Innovations in the Reflecting Process. London. Karnac.
Asen, E., and Jones, E (2000) Systemic couple therapy and depression. London: Karnac
Balint, E. (1993) Unconscious communications between husband and wife. In: Ruszcynski, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac.
Bartholomew et al (2005) When Loving Means Hurting: An Exploration of Attachment and Intimate Abuse In a Community Sample. Journal of Family Violence, Vol. 20, No. 4.
Bartholomew, K., Henderson,A., Dutton, D. (2001) Insecure Attachment and abusive intimate relationships. In: Clulow, C ( Ed). Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy. The ‘Secure Base’ in practice and research. Hove: Brunner-Routledge.
Basson, R., (2000). The female sexual response: A different model: Journal of sexual and marital therapy, 26, 51-65
Bateman, A. & Holmes, J., (1995) Introduction to psychoanalysis. London: Routledge, Chapter 1.
Bateson, G (1979) Mind and nature. London: Fontana
Bergner, D., Women who Want to Want
Berne, Transactional Analysis
Blow, J. et al (2009). Change Processes in Couple Therapy: An Intensive Case Analysis of One Couple using a Common Factor Lens. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. Vol. 35. No. 3 350-368.
Blow, K., & Daniel, G (2002) Frozen Narratives Post-divorce processes and contact disputes
Boddington, S.J.A. & Lavender, A., (1995) Treatment models for couples therapy: a review of the outcome literature and the dodo's verdict. Sexual & Marital Therapy, 10 (1).
Boscolo, L., and Bertrando, P (1996) Systemic therapy with individuals. London: Karnac
Bowlby, J. (1979) Separation and loss within the family. In: The making and breaking of affectional bonds. London: Routledge.
Bowlby, J. (1979). The making and breaking of affectional bonds. In: The making and breaking of affectional bonds. Routledge: London.
Bowlby, J. (1985) Attachment and Loss, volume 3: Loss, Sadness and Depression. London: Penguin. pp.38-43
Bowlby, J. (1988) ‘The role of attachment in personality development (Lecture 7)’. In: A Secure Base. London: Routledge
Bowlby, J. (1988). Attachment, communication and the therapeutic process. In: A Secure Base. Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory. Routledge: London.
Bowly, R., (2007) Passionate about Attachment
Britton, R. (1995) ‘Triangular Relationships and Couple Work’. In: Ruszczynski, S. & Fisher, J. (eds) (1995) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple. London: Karnac
Brooks, G.R., (2001). Challenging Dominant Discourses of male (hetero) sexuality. The clinical implications of new voices about male sexuality. In: Kleinplatz, P.J., (ed) New Directions in Sex Therapy. London: Brunner-Routledge 50-68
Burnham, J (1992) Approach – Method – Technique: Making distinctions and creating connections”, Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. 3 (1).
Burnham, J. (1993) ‘Systemic Supervision. The evolution of reflexivity in the context of the supervisory relationship’. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. 4. pp.349-381
Burnham, J. (2005) ‘Relational Reflexivity: a tool for socially constructing therapeutic relationships’. In: Flaskas, C., Masson, B., & Perlesz, A., (eds) The Space Between. London: Karnac
Burnham, J., (1986) Family Therapy. London. Routledge.
Burnham, J & Harris, Q., (1996) Emerging ethnicity A Tale of three cultures
Burroughs, C., (2006)Attachment and Neurobiology: Do family therapists need to join the discussions?
Byng-Hall, J (1995) Re-writing family scripts. New York and London: Guilford Press.
Byng-Hall, J. (2001) ‘Attachment as a base for family and couple therapy’. Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review. Vol.6. No.1. pp.31-36
Byng-Hall, J., (2001) Attachment as a base for family & couple therapy. Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review, 16 (1).
J. Byng –Hall, (1995). Creating a Secure Family Base: Some Implications of Attachment Theory for Family Therapy. Family Process 34:45-58
Carr, A., (1998) Chapter 2. Contemporary Family Therapy.. Human Sciences Press.
Carter, B. McGoldrick, M., (2004) Overview: The Expanded Family Life cycle Individual Family and Social Perspectives
Cashdan, S. (1988). Object Relations Therapy: Using the Relationship. London: Norton. (Chapter 1 – Object Relations Theory – an Overview).
Catherall, D. (1992). Working with projective Identification in Couples. Family Process. 31: 355-367
Cecchin, G. (1987) ‘Hypothesising, circularity and neutrality revisited: An invitation to curiosity’. Family Process. 26, pp.405-413
Cecchin, G., Lane, G. & Ray, W. (1993) ‘From strategising to non-intervention: Toward irreverence in systemic practice. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 19, pp.125-136
Clarke-Stewart, K.A., (1989) Infant day care. American Psychologist.
Clarkson, P., (1996). The Eclectic and Integrative Paradigm: Between the Scylla of Confluence and the Charybdis of Confusion. in Woolfe, R., Handbook of Counselling Psychology. London: Sage.
Clulow, C. (2001).ed. Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy – the secure base in practice and research. London:Routledge. Introduction
Clulow, C. (2007) ‘Attachment, couples and the talking cure’. BACP Therapy Today. Vol.18. No.6. July 2007. pp.4-6
Colman, W. (1992) Marriage as a Psychological Container. In Ryszczynski, S., (ed) Psychotherapy with couples: theory and practice at the Tavistock Institude of marital studies. Pages 70-96. London: Karnac
Colman, W. (2009) What do we mean by Sex Ch 2
Context and Process in the Therapeutic Relationship. London. Karnac.
Cooper, J., (1997) The Presence of Envy between Couples. B.A.P. Monograph. No. 10.
Crawley, J. and Grant, J., (2007). Couple Therapy. Chapter 4. Palgrave Macmillan.
Cronen, V.E., & Pearce, W.B (1985) Toward an explanation of how the Milan method works In Campbell, D., and Draper, R (1985) Applications of systemic therapy: the Milan approach. New York: Grune and Stratton.
Culley, S. & Bond, T., (2004). 2nd ed. Integrative Counselling skills in Action. London: Sage.
Daines, B. & Perrett, A. (2000) Psychodynamic foundations: psychoanalysis, object relations and couple relationships. In: Psychodynamic approaches to sexual problems. Buckingham: Open University Press
Dallos, R. & Draper, R. (2005) An introduction to family therapy: Systemic theory and practice. 2nd edition. Maidenhead: Open University Press
Dallos, R. & Vetere, A., (2009). Systemic Therapy and Attachment Narratives. London: Routledge.
Davis, D, Shaver, P. & Vernon, M. (2004) ‘Attachment style and subjective motivations for sex’. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Vol.30. No.8. August 2004. pp.1076-1090
Davis, S.D. & Piercy, F. P., (2007). What Clients of Couple therapy Model developers and their Former Students say about Change, Part 11: Model Independent Common Factors and an Integrative framework. Journal of Marital and family Therapy. Vol. 33: No. 3: 344-363.
De Shazer, S. (1999) Problem to Solution Solution Focused Brief therapy
Dhillon-Stevens, H., (2005) Personal and Professional Integration of Anti-oppressive Practice and the Multiple Oppression Model in Psychotherapeutic Education. The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 1(2) 47-62
Diamond, N. & Marrone, M. (2003) Attachment & Intersubjectivity. London: Whurr (now published by Chichester: Wiley)
Dicks, H. (1967). Marital Tensions: British Journal of Medical Psychology ,36. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Donovan, J. (2003). Foreward to (Michael Nichols): Short-term object relations couples therapy – the five step model. Brunner-Routledge: New York.
Dicks, H., (1963) Object relations theory and marital studies. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 36.
Divac, A., and Heaphy, G (2005) Spaces for GRRAACCEES. Journal of Family Therapy. 27 (3)
Donovan, J. (2003). Chapter 1: Step 1: Study the Fight: Implementing the Five-Step Model In: Short-term object relations couples therapy – the five step model. Brunner-Routledge: New York.
Donovan, J. (2003). Chapter 2: Object Relations Theory: Its Application to Understanding Marital Choice and Couple Therapy. In: Short-term object relations couples therapy – the five step model. Brunner-Routledge: New York.
Donovan, J. M., (2003). Object Relations Couples therapy: The five Step model. Chapter 6. New York: Brunner-Routledge.
Donovan, M., Mind the Gap:the need for a generic bridge between psychoanalytic and systemic approaches
Dowling, E. & Barnes, G., (2000). Working with Children and Parents through Separation and Divorce. Chapters 4 & 5. Enabling the Childs's Voice to be heard Palgrave Macmillan.
Dowling & Barnes (2000) The Children's Perspective : Enabling the Child's Voiceto be heard Ch 5
Driver, J.L., Gottman J.M.,
Erzar, T. & Erzar, K. K., (2008). ‘If I commit to you, I betray my parents’: some negative consequences of the intergenerational cycle of insecure attachment for young adult romantic relationships. Sexual and relationship therapy. Vol. 23, No. 1, 25-35.
Fishbane, M.D, , (2001). Relational Narratives of the Self. Family Process.Vol. 40. No. 3.
Flaskas, C., (2002). Family Therapy beyond Postmodernism. Brunner-Routledge.
Flaskas, C., Mason, B., and Perlesz, A., (2005). The Space Between. Experience,
Flaskas, C. & Perlesz, A. (1996) ‘The return of the therapeutic relationship in systemic therapy’. In: Flaskas, C. & Perlesz, A. The therapeutic relationship in systemic therapy. London: Karnac. pp.1-14
Freedman, J. and Coombs, G. (2002) Narrative Couple Therapy with Couples. London: Dulwich Centre Publications.
Freud, S., (1991) On Narcissism: An introduction (1914). In Freud, S. & Dickson, A., (ed) On metapsychology - the theory of psychoanalysis: "beyond the pleasure principle", "ego and the id" and other works (Penguin Freud Library) Volume 11. London: Penguin.
Friday, N., (1994) Forbidden Flowers. New York: Simon & Schuster 2nd ed London:Arrow
Garcia, A.G., (1994) Therapy with the Culturally Different
Gersshoni, Y., Cramer,S., & Gogol-ostrowski,T., (2008)Addressing Sex in Narrative Therapy: International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work No 3Talking with heterosexual couples about sex, bodies and relationships
Gerson, M. J., (2009). The Embedded Self. THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIP 2nd. ed. Chapter 11. The Analytic Press.
Grant, J. & Crawley, J. (2002) Transference and Projection. Maidenhead: Open University Press
Hanah, C (1994) Context of Culture in systemic therapy. An application of CMM
Hardy, K.V.,Laszloffy, T.A. (1995) The Cultural Genogram: Key to Training Culturally Competent Family Therapists
Hawkins, Sohet, (1989) A process model of Supervision
Hawton, K., (1985) Causes of Sexual problems. In: Sex Therapy: A practical guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 56-94
Hazan, C. in Johnson, S. & Whiffen. R., (2003). eds. Attachment Processes in couple and Family Therapy. Chapter 3. The Essential Nature of Couple relationships. New York: Guilford.
Hedges, F., (2005) An Introduction to Systemic Therapy with Individuals. Chap. 3 Social Constructionist
Hill, D. (1992) Couples, the shared unconscious and collusions: the work of Dr Jurg Willi. Rugby: Relate.
Hill, D. (2003) ‘Ethical thinking in couple counselling and therapy’. In: Hill, D. & Jones, C. (eds.) (2003) Forms of Ethical Thinking in Therapeutic Practice. Maidenhead: Open University Press
Hiller, J., (2006). in Hiller, J., Wood, H. and Bolton, W. Sex, Mind and Emotion. Chapter 1. Karnac.
Hoffman, L (1993) Exchanging voices: A collaborative approach to family therapy. London: Karnac.
Hoffman, L. (1993) ‘Constructing realities: an art of lenses’. In: Exchanging Voices. London: Karnac. pp.86-102
Holmes, J. (2001). The Psychological Immune System In: The Search for the Secure Base – Attachment Theory and Psycchotherapy. London: Routledge.
Horton, I., Principles and Practrice of Integration
Houston, G. (1995) Supervision & Counselling. (revised edition). London: The Rochester Foundation
Hudson-Allez,G., Sex and Sexuality: Questions and Answers for Counsellors & Therapists
Jacobs, (1988). Introducing the psychodynamic approach. In: Psychodynamic counselling in action. Sage: London
Jacobs, M. (2004) Psychodynamic Counselling in Action. 3rd edition. London: Sage
Jacobs, M. (2006) The Presenting Past. 3rd edition. Maidenhead: Open University Press
Johnson, S. M. Relationship Traumas: Attachment Injuries in Close Relationships Ch 10 i n couple and Family Therapy. Guilford: New York.
Johnson, S. (2007) ‘Emotion in couple therapy’. BACP Therapy Today. Vol.18. No.6. July 2007. pp.7-11
Johnson, S. Attachment Theory - A Guide for Couple Therapy, in: Johnson, S. & Whiffen, R. (2003) Eds. Attachment Processes in couple and Family Therapy. Guilford: New York.
Jones, E. (1993) Family systems therapy: developments in the Milan-systemic therapies. Chichester: Wiley & Sons
Jones, E. (1996) ‘Changing systemic constructions of therapeutic relationships’. In: Flaskas, C. & Perlesz, A. (1996). The therapeutic relationship in systemic therapy. London: Karnac. pp.215-226
Jung, C.G., (1916) Psychic conflicts in a child. In Collected works Of C.G. Jung: Volume 17- The development of personality.Pages 1-35 New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Kareen, J. & Littlewood, R., (ed) (1992) Intercultural therapy. London: Blackwell Scientific Publications.
Kobac, R. & Mandelbaum, T. in Johnson, S. & Whiffen. R., (2003). eds. Attachment Processes in couple and Family Therapy. Chapter 8 Caring for the Caregiver: An Attachment Approach to Assessment and Treatment of Child Problems. New York: Guildford.
Kovel, J., (1991) A Complete Guide to Therapy. Pages 133-140.London: Penguin.
Kraemer, S. (2001). Tribal processes in psychotherapy: the stand off between psychoanalysis and systems. in Nolan, P. & Safvestad-Nolan, I., (eds). (2002). Object Relations and Integrative Psychotherapy. Tradition and innovation in Theory and Practice. London: Whurr Publishers.
Kraemer, S. (2009). Is there another word for it? Counter-transference in family therapy. in Flaskas, C. and Pocock, D. eds. Systems and Psychoanalysis. Contemporary Integrations in Family Therapy. Chapter 3. London: Karnac
Lago,C., (2006) Upon being a white therapist: Have you noticed
Lang, W.P., Little, M., and Cronen, V. (1990) The systemic professional. Domains of action and the question of neutrality. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. 1, 39-55.
Lee,L. & Littlejohns.S., (2007) Deconstructing Agnes - Externalising in systemic supervision
Levine, S. B., (2005). A clinical perspective on infidelity. Sexual and Relationship Therapy. Vol. 20, No. 2.
Malan, D. (1995) Individual Psychotherapy and the Science of Psychodynamics. London: Butterworth
Maltz,W., (2002) Treating Sexual Intimacy concerns of sexual abus survivors Mancini D , Robinaugh, D., Shear, K., Bonanno, A., Does Attachement Avoidance Help People Cope with Loss? The Moderating Effects of Relationship Quality.
Markovic,D.,(2007) Working with Sexual Issues in Systemic Therapy
Martyn, E.,(203) Before I say I do. How to be happily married for ever. London: Vermilion
Mason, B. (2005) Relational Risk-taking in Flaskas, C., Mason, B., and Perlesz, A, The Space Between. London. Karnac.
Masson, J., (1988) Against therapy. Pages 285 -299. London: Fontana.
Mattinson, J. & Sinclair, I. (1979) Mate and Stalemate. Oxford: Blackwell. pp.51-59
McGoldrick, M., (1994) Culture Class, Race and Gender Family Therapy; Fam Inst of N.J.
McNamee, S. and Gergen, K. (1992) (eds) Therapy as social construction. London: Sage
Messer, S. B., (1989). Integration and Eclecticism in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Cautionary Notes. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol. 17 No 3.
Mikulincer, M., Shaver, P. & Pereg, D. (2003) ‘Attachment theory and affect regulation: the dynamics, development and cognitive consequences of attachment-related strategies’. Motivation & Emotion. Vol.27. No.2. pp.77-102
Morgan, M. (1995). The projective gridlock: a form of projective identification in couple relationships. In: Ruszcynski, S. & Fisher, J. (eds). Intrusiveness and intimacy in the couple. London: Karnac.
Mullholland, J., (2007). The racialisation and ethnicisation of sexuality and sexual problems in sex therapeutic discourse. Journal of Sexual and Relationship Therapy, vol 22, No 1 27-44.
Murray, J.S. (2000). Attachment Theory and Adjustent Difficulties in Siblings of Children with Cancer.
Nickols, M., (2003) Foreward to Donovan
Oliver,C., (1992) A Focus on Decision-Making in Therapy using Coordinated Management of meaning
Orbach, S. (2007) ‘Separated attachments and sexual aliveness: how changing attachment patterns can enhance intimacy’. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis. Vol.1. March 2007. pp.8-17
Orbach, S. (1999) The Impossibility of Sex P151-215
Pare, D.A., Culture and Meaning: Expanding the Metaphorical Repertoire of Family Therapy
Payne, M. (2006) Narrative Therapy. London. Sage
Pearce, W.B. (1994) 'Understanding Conversations'. In Pearce, W.B Interpersonal Communication: Making Social Worlds. London: Harper Collins
Pendry, N., (2008) What’s Class got to do with it? Context 95.
Penn, P. (1985) ‘Feed-forward: future questions, future maps’. Family Process. 24. pp.299-310
Priestley, B., (2000) CMM, working with a sexual focus
Prochaska, J. O. & Norcross, J. C., (2007). Systems of Psychotherapy: A Transtheoretical Analysis. Chapter 16. Thompson/Brooks/Cole.
Real, T. (1990) The therapeutic use of self in Constructionist / Systemic Therapy Family Process Inc
Reimers, S & Sayer, J., (2007) Reflections to go
Rober, P., (1999). The therapist’s Inner Conversations in Family therapy Practice: Some ideas about the Self of the Therapist, Therapeutic Impasse and the Process of Reflection. Family Process. 38: 209-228.
Rober, P., (2005).The Therapist’s Self in Dialogical Family Therapy: Some ideas about Not-Knowing and the Therapist’s Inner Conversation. Family Process. 44:477–495.
Rober. P., (2008) Being there: experiencing and creating space for dialogue: about working with children in family therapy. Journal of Family Therapy. 10: 465-477.
Roberts, J. (1994) The Power of Stories. Chapter 1 in Tales and Transformations. Norton.
Roberts, J. (1994) Tales and Transformations: stories in families and family therapy. New York: W.W. Norton, pp.1-22, 56-75.
Roffmann D.M., (1991) Sex and Sensibility The Thinking Parent’s Guide to talking sense about Sex
Rogers, C., (1973) Becoming partners; Marriage and its alternatives. New York: Delacorte Pr, Chapter 1.
Roth, S & Epston, D., Devloping Externalising Conversations: An Exercise
Roper-Hall, A. (1993) cited in Burnham, J. (1993) ‘Systemic Supervision’. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. 4, pp.349-381
Ruszczynski, S. (ed) (1993) ‘Thinking about and working with couples’.Ch 11 In: Psychotherapy with couples: theory and practice at the Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies. London: Karnac
Ruszczynski, S., (ed) (1993) Psychotherapy with couples: theory & practice at the Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies. Pages 197-217 London: Karnac Books.
Ruszczynski, S., Narcistic Object Relating
Rycroft, P. (2004) ‘When theory abandons us – wading through the ‘swampy lowlands’ of practice’. Journal of Family Therapy. 26. pp.245-259
Sanders, G. L., (1998) Systemic Rituals in Sexual therapy. Chapter 10. eds. Imber-Black, E., Roberts, J. & Whiting, R. Rituals in Families and Family Therapy. W. W. Norton.
Schachner, D., Shaver, P. & Mikulinker, M. (2003). Adult Attachment Theory,
Scharff, D. & Scharff, J. (1991). The technique of couple therapy. In: Object Relations couple therapy. New Jersey: Jason Aronson.
Sheinkman, M., (2005). Beyond the Trauma of betrayal: Reconsidering Affairs in Couples Therapy. Family Process 44:227-224.
Scheinkman, M. & Fishbane, M.D. (2004) ‘The vulnerability cycle: working with impasses in couple therapy’. Family Process. 43. pp. 279-299
Schmueli, A., (2005). On thinking of parents as adults in divorce and separation. Sexual and Relationship Therapy. Vol 20, No 3.
Schnarch, D. M., (1991). The Sexual Crucible and Marital Therapy. Chapter 5. New York; W. W. Norton & Co.
Schon, D. (1987) ‘Teaching artistry through reflection-in-action’. Educating the reflective practitioner. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Selvini-Palazzoli, M, Boscolo, L, Cecchin, G and Prata, G (1980) Hypothesising, circularity, neutrality: three guidelines for the conductor of the session. Family Process, 19:3-12.
Sonkin, D. (2005) ‘Attachment theory and psychotherapy’. The Therapist - California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. January/February 2005
Stern, D.N., (1985) The interpersonal world of the infant: a view from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology. Pages 100 -123. New York: Basic Books.
Tarsh, H. & Bollinghaus, E., (1995) The Prism: Object relations at Work
Thomas,L., Intercultural: where the systemic meets the psychoanalytic in the therapeutic relationship
Thornton, E.M. (1999) Does the unconscious mind really exist? In: Feltham, C. (ed) Controversies in psychtherapy and counselling. London: Sage
Tiefer, L., (2002) Beyond the medical model of women’s sexual problems: a campaign to resist the promotion of ‘female sexual dysfunction. Sexual and Relationship Therapy 17, 127-135
Tomm, K. (1985) ‘Circular interviewing: a multifaceted clinical tool’. In: Campbell, D. & Draper, R. (eds) Applications of systemic family therapy: The Milan approach. London: Grune & Stratton. pp.33-45
Tomm, K. (1987) Interventive interviewing part II: Reflexive questioning as a means to enable self healing. Family Process 26, 167-183.
Tomm, K. (1988) Interventive interviewing: part III. Intending to ask lineal, circular, strategic or reflexive questions? Family Process 27 (1) pp. 1 -15
Usher, S. F., (2008). What is this thing called Love? Chapter 5. Transference and Counter-transference. Hove: Routledge.
Ussher, J., & Baker, C., (1993) The construction of female sexual problems. Psychological perspectives on sexual problems: New directions in theory and practice. London: Routledge. 1-40
Van Ryn, E & Fine, M Client Perceptions of Collaborative Meaning-Making in Couples Therapy
Vetere, A. & Dallos, R. (2007) Systemic Therapy and Attachment Narratives
Walsh, F., Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy Weeks, G.R. & Gambescia , N., (2002). Hypoactive sexual desire integrating sex and couple therapy. Chapter 2, New York: Norton.
Weiss, R. (1991). The attachment bond in childhood and adulthood. In: Attachment across the Life Cycle. Eds. Murray-Parkes, Hinde & Marris. Routledge: London.
Wheeler, S. (ed) (2006) Difference and Diversity in Counselling – Contemporary Psychodynamic Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
White, M. (2007) Maps of Narrative Practice. London. Norton.
White, M (1990) 'Externalizing of the problem'. In White, M Dulwich Newsletter
Willi, J. (1986) ‘Dynamics of the relationships in a therapeutic triangle’. In: Dynamics of Couples Therapy: understanding the potential of the couple therapist triangle. New York: Hunter House
Wilson, J. (1994) Child focussed practice. London: Karnac.
Wilson, J. (1994) Systemic Focused Drama: Modes and Applications
Wilson, K. & James, A.L., (1992) Child Sexual Abuse and Couple therapy
Winnicott, D.W., (1960) Ego distortions in terms of true and false self. In Winnicott, D.W. The maturational process and the facilitating environment. Pages 140-152.Hogarth Press.
Winnicott, D.W., (1971) Mrs X age 30 years. In Winnicott, D.W. Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry. Pages 331-341. Hogarth Press.
Worden, J.W. (2003) Grief Counselling & Grief Therapy. 3rd edition. Hove: Routledge
BACP (2002) Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Rugby: BACP
Crawley, J. and Grant, J., (2007). Couple Therapy. Palgrave Macmillan.
Donovan, J. (2003) Short - term object relations couples therapy: the five step model. Hove: Brunner-Routledge
Freeman; J., Epston, D. Lobovits, D., Playful Approaches to Serious Problems . Narrative Theraapy with Children and their Families
Gorell Barnes, G. (2004) Family Therapy in Changing Times. 2nd edition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Hedges, F., (2005) An Introduction to Systemic Therapy with Individuals. Social Constructionist Approach . Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Hiller. J., Wood, H., & Bolton, W., (2006) Sex Mind and Emotion. London: Karnac
Holmes, J. (1993) John Bowlby and Attachment Theory. London: Routledge
Holmes, J. (2001). The Search for the Secure Base – Attachment Theory and Psycchotherapy. London: Routledge.
Green. S., & Flemons, D., (2004) Quickies, The Handbook of Brief Sex Therapy. Norton, New York.
Johnson, S. & Whiffen, R. (2003) Eds. Attachment Processes in couple and Family Therapy. Guilford: New York.
Kitzinger, S., (1983). Woman’s Experience of Sex. 2nd ed. Harmondsworth: Penguin,
Lacroix, N. (1996) The Complete Guide to Sexual Fulfillment. London: Loreenz
Palmer, S. & Woolfe, R., (eds)., (2000) Integrative and Eclectic Counselling and
Selekman, M. D., (1997) Solution focussed Therapy with Children. New York.
Sprenkle, D.H., Davis, S.D. & Lebow, J.L. (2009) Common Factors in Couple and Family Therapy. The Overlooked Foundation for Effective Practic:Guildford: New York
Shreeve, C (2005) Dealing with Depression - Practical Steps to Understanding and overcoming it
Usher, S. F., (2008). What is this thing called Love? Transference and Counter-transference. Hove: Routledge.
Walsh,E., Geddes, G., (2010) Working with the Family Justice System The Official Handbook of the Family Justice Council
Westbrook, D., Kennerley, H., & Kirk, J.,(2007) Cognitive Behavior Therapy -Skills and Applications
Zilbach, J (1986) Young children in family therapy. New York: Brunner/ Mazel.
Zilbergeld, B., (1992) The New Male Sexuality. Bantum Books.