The Family Institute | Publications

This section of the website contains published papers and a selection of conference presentations from current staff , external professors, past staff and members of the Family Institute.

The publication list provided is in chronological order, working backwards to 1974, with many papers still available from the Family Institute.

2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992 | 1991 | 1990 | 1989 | 1988 | 1987 | 1986 | 1985 | 1984 | 1983 | 1982 | 1981 | 1980 | 1979 | 1978 | 1977 | 1976 | 1975 | 1974 | 1973

We created an in-house publication, first published in 2007. We wanted to explore ways to provide a platform for the writing achievements of our students and associates. These are exemplars of work submitted for assessment and other incidental papers:

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2011

Dr. Philippa Seligman, The Prof Gianfranco Cecchin ,Memorial Lecture The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute HESAS, University of Glamorgan 2nd March

John Brett, Elissa Lewis & Elaine Simpson, Using CMM IN Supervision/Consultation The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute HESAS ,University of Glamorgan,2nd March

John Doran Tessa Jones , Reflective Practice within Supervision: The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute HESAS ,University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Michele Ryan and Fizzy Oppie , Toward a narrative closure: The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family institute HESAS University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Diane Jones Hilary Barton ,Hearing Voices – Are they useful? The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute ,HESAS University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Glenn Newman Katie O’Shea , Learning the skill of juggling, or balancing, as a metaphor of therapeutic relationships. The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute, HESAS University of Glamorgan, 2nd March

James Godfrey Tracy Brain Moving from monologue to dialogue…. The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute HESAS. University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Victoria Jones, Penny Hallas, Susanne Marwedel & Bev Smith “Positioning” The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute, HESAS, University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Isabel Monington Dave Pope , When confusion reigns – working with uncertainty during a family therapy session.The clinical associate’s story’ : The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute HESAS University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Gail Vas, Andy Preedy & Steve Mills: Exploring opportunities and possibilities for engaging young people in family sessions. The 4th Annual Student conference, The Family Institute, HESAS, University of Glamorgan,2nd March

Michelle Ryan, A Critical evaluation of the key concept of ‘self’ across psycho-dynamic and social constructionist/collaborative approaches, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review,Vol: 4, 3-9

Menna Jones ,The Challenge of Neutrality When Working With Intimate Partner Violence Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 10 – 19

Ruth Eustace ,A Journey Towards Becoming …Embarking on a journey towards becoming a supervisor…reflecting on the usefulness of PPD experience along that journey. Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 20 – 25)

Fizzy Oppe, A First Person Co-operative Inquiry: How do I influence the therapeutic relationship? Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 26 – 34)

Glenn Newman ,An exploration of curiosity and its development within Family Therapy Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 35-44

Isobel Monington ,Explore and Critique how the therapist and their team co-construct therapeutic usefulness of clinical prejudices, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, pages 45- 52

Enez Bosley – Paradox and Counter-Paradox: A New Model in the Therapy of the Family Schizophrenic Transaction, Book Review, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 53-59

Ann Jones Position Statement, Poetry, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 4, 60

Mandy Westlake & Kieran Vivian Byrne ,Tuning in at reception- dialogue on the threshold, Context 113, pp 28-31 February, London, AFT- Context Publishing



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2010

Mary Morris & Fiona Jones (2010) ‘Developing a coherent sense of self under pressure of being a looked after child.’ Workshop presentation at the All Wales Psychotherapy Network 8th Annual conference: Resilience and Recovery.

3rd Annual Student Conference
Phil Kearney Gianfranco Cecchin Memorial Lecture: The pattern which connects and the duty of care: health care in the age of extinctions. The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Katie O’Shea and James Godfrey (MSc Clinical Associates) I can’t hear myself think! The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Hilary Barton and Diane Jones (MSc Clinical Associates) How can we transfer our learning into practice?“Learning without reflection is a waste, Reflection without learning is dangerous” Confucius The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Sian Smith (BSc Counselling graduate) Mindfulness and Sculpting practices The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Sarah Wheatcroft, Andrew Vidgen, Helen Palmer, Caroline Anstiss, Matthew Thomas (Students from intermediate level training Edges of Comfort and Discomfort in Therapy The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Rachel Davies, Paul Doster, Katie Gilmour, Menna Jones, Amy Perrott (Students on intermediate level training)The Passionate Italian: A story in Five Parts” The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Elizabeth Collisson, Bev Clarke and Pamela Dandy. BSc Counselling graduates
Learning Through Cooperative Enquiry: some tips for students The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Tracy Brain and Glenn Newman MSc Clinical Associates Considering our prejudices in the context of therapy The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Isabel Monington and Dave Pope MSc Clinical Associates Surfing the Tidal Wave of Language in First Sessions of Therapy The Family Institute Annual Student Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Hardy.B [2010] Chapter 16 Drugs prescribed in Mental Health In: Pharmacology for Midwives, 2nd Edition ,Basingstoke, Palgrave Publishers.

Leah Salter and Billy Hardy [2010] Dipping our toes in the water: before crossing the Bridge, Context ,May

Vivian-Byrne K. (2010) Therapeutic Intimacy – context for meaning-making. Workshop presentation at the All Wales Psychotherapeutic Network 8th Annual conference in Abergavenny.



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2009

Jeff Faris [2009] Motivational Interviewing and Brief Therapy Approaches to
Health Behaviour Change, University of Glamorgan Workshop to Nurse
Practitioners. January

Dr. Nollaig Byrne : Prof Gianfranco Cecchin Memorial Lecture: Inner and outer selves in systemic practice – The Family Institute Annual Student conference, University of Glamorgan.

Workshops
Paul Price and Frances Charles In conversation with…….Paul and Frances The Family Institute Annual Student conference, University of Glamorgan.

Mark Carlin, Clea Atkinson Title: The Truth, the whole truth and nothing like the truth Contributors: Maria Forster, James Godfrey, Jay Goulding, Sarah Jeffers, Brahms Robinson [Intermediate level Training students] The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Tracy Brain/ Janet Dewes/ Diane Jones/ Chris McCormick/ Aimee Williams/ Alison Williams [Intermediate level Training students ] Pride and Prejudice The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Michaela Elston/ Paquita Sanges Creative Connections
The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Michaela Elston and Paquita Sanges Moving On . The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Susannah Melville and Leah Savory “Please check you belongings before you depart”-attending to the stuff that gets left behind. The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Janet Coutts and Andrea Davies CMM and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. The Family Institute Annual Student conference, University of Glamorgan.

Amanda Hamilton Radford & Doug Allanson Title: 'Making Meaning of Meaning-Making Models’ The Family Institute Annual Student conference,University of Glamorgan.

Billy Hardy& Mary Morris Systemic ideas for working in Educational Psychology Educational Psychology Conference, Cardiff University. Two workshops. 4th September:

Vivian-Byrne K., Hardy B. & Morris M. (2009) Predicting the unpredictable in systemic therapy training – co-creating Authentic Learning. Presentation at the 5th Training Institutes Chamber of the European Family Therapy Association conference in Krakow Poland.

Vivian-Byrne K. (2009) Authentic Learning Clinics First year student experience Wales – a Practice Guide Higher Education Academy Publication

Vivian-Byrne K. [2009]. ‘Counsellors Well-being and self care’ Workshop for the Cardiff and Vale NHS Primary Care Counsellors in St Fagans November 16th

Jeff Faris [2009] Motivational Interviewing and Brief Therapy Approaches to
Health Behaviour Change, University of Glamorgan Workshop to Nurse
Practitioners. January



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2008

Mary Morris, Ariana Faris & Karina Russell ‘Extending exploration on the word, the practice and the community.’ Workshop at the AFT Cymru Branch meeting

Billy Hardy [2008] David and the wee catcher .Context. August. London, AFT.

Jeff Faris, Billy Hardy and Kieran Vivian Byrne When clinical is personal and learning is relational, Practical Learning : Achieving excellence in Human Services, 8th International Practical Experience in Professional Education Conference,. Edinburgh 23-25

Billy Hardy & Kieran Vivian Byrne Dysgu: Collaborative learning and systemic practice, Practical Learning : Achieving excellence in Human Services, 8th International PEPE Conference ,. Edinburgh 23-25

Kieran Vivian Byrne & Billy Hardy When Clinical is personal and learning is relational, Case study, The Higher education Academy, Social Policy and Social Work Subject Centre.

Vivian-Byrne K. Hardy B (2008) With Within and Between – Creating a learning-in-practice community in multi-disciplinary contexts. Paper presentation at the 8th International PEPE Conference Edinburgh.

Vivian-Byrne K 2008 “Gaps, cracks and the betweens of dreams” – a review of the core conditions for counselling practice. Workshop for the Cardiff and Vale NHS Primary Care Counsellors in St. Fagans. November 18th

Vivian-Byrne K 2008 “The Word, the Practice and the Community – Explorations of Intimacy” AFT Branch Cymru Inaugural Meeting April 2008 University of Glamorgan.

Vivian-Byrne K., Hardy B. & Faris J. (2008) With Within and Between

Vivian-Byrne K., Jeff Faris April & November [2008] Series of Workshops on Counselling and Psychotherapy Supervision– jointly presented with at The Family Institute.

Vivian-Byrne K., (2008) Reflections on systemic therapy – all in the mind of a nomad Context 100. December 2008

Jeff Faris [2008] Motivational Interviewing and Brief Therapy Approaches to
Health Behaviour Change, Velindre Hospital Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust

Jeff Faris 2008Guest Lecturer : Eco-psychology theory and practice Clinical
Psychology Programme University of South Africa Psychology Department.
March

Jeff Faris 2008Communities of Practice Gianfranco Cecchin Memorial Lecture,
The Family Institute, University of Glamorgan March

Siobhan Scullion A critical evaluation of the existential-phenomenological approach as a preferred model of psychotherapy and counselling, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2,pp 3-8

Iliana Sardi Multimodal therapy (MMT) and technical eclecticism: Comparison to other approaches. Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2,pp9-20

David Pope The Historical Development of Interventive Interviewing in Family Therapy, Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2,pp21-28

Shirley Valentino Once Upon-A-Time in History: The historical development of the narrative approach to family therapy. Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2, pp 29-39

Rebecca Saltmarsh The historical development of hypothesizing in family therapy: to hypothesize or not to hypothesize, that is the question , Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2,pp 40-48

Raymond Edwards Critical Evaluation and Discussion of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dysgu, The Family Institute Review, Vol: 2,pp49-57

Jeff Faris The Inaugural Prof Gianfranco Cecchin Lecture: Communities of Practice, The Family Institute Student Conference, March, 5th University of Glamorgan.

Doug Allanson & Paul Price, Workshop: Meaning making& making meaning The Family Institute Student Conference, March, 5th University of Glamorgan.

Susannah Melville and Andrea Davies ,Workshop: Self Disclosure The Family Institute Student Conference, March, 5th University of Glamorgan.

Leah Savory & Frances Charles, Workshop: Enter at your own Risk: An invitation to assess the safety of risk taking in therapeutic contexts, The Family Institute Student Conference, March, 5th University of Glamorgan.

Janet Coutts and Amanda Hamilton Radford, Working with hope and despair: Significant moments in therapy The Family Institute Student Conference, March, 5th University of Glamorgan.



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2007

Fiona Jones and Mary Morris Working with child sexual abuse: a systemic

perspective on whether children need to tell their therapist details of the abuse for healing Journal of Family Therapy 29: 222–237

Billy Hardy The Dodo, the Corgi and the Missile: Talking Therapies and what to be wary of. Mind Annual Conference, Cardiff , November.

Jimmy Jones discussion and critique of systemic theories of change Dysgu, the Family Institute Review,Vol:1 pp 4-16

Lucie Robinson The clinical psychologist is not the expert: how “not to know” whether to take a directive or non-directive position in relation to change in clinical practice … Dysgu, The Family Institute Review.Vol:1pp 17-28

Damien Black An Exploration of Communication Theory and Therapeutic Practice Dysgu, The Family Institute Review. Vol:1pp 29-35

Anna Jenkins “An inspired journey” Dysgu,
The Family Institute Review,Vol:1,pp36-45

Mark Hendy Theories of change in the field of systemic psychotherapy: A Critique Dysgu, The Family Institute Review: Vol:1,pp 46-55

Sian Smith Counselling in the context of an ethical dilemma Dysgu, The Family Institute Review ,Vol:1,pp 56-64

Adrian Perkins A Critical evaluation of cognitive behavioural therapy ,Dysgu, The Family Institute review,Vol:1,pp 65-72

Cathy Huxley Following the Threads: Bateson to Ecosystemic Therapy Dysgu, The Family Institute Review,Vol:1,pp 73-82 Association for Family Therapy UK Student Essay winner 2007



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2006

Mary Morris Introduction to Systemic Ideas. Workshop at Counselling Conference, University of Wales, Newport

Salmon G. and Faris, J. Multi-agency collaboration, multiple levels of meaning: Social Constructionism and the CMM model as tools to further our understanding. Journal of Family Therapy.

Faris J Cox B & Hardy B Three Voices on a Theme: Impressions of Professor Gianfranco Cecchin at the Family Institute, Connessioni, Milan, Italy.

Hardy.B Cox.C, Faris.J & Vivian Byrne.K Excuse me Gianfranco, you left this behind: some ideas and influences, Human Systems The Journal of systemic Consultation and Management.

Vivian Byrne Kieran & Lomas Hilary Approaching care together, Context 87, October.

Vivian Byrne Kieran & Lomas Hilary In press Approaching care together: A compass to guide us. Inscape, The Journal of the British Association for Art Therapists.



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2005

Fiona Jones & Mary Morris ‘Working With Children Who Have Suffered Sexual Abuse’ Workshop presentation at the All Wales Psychotherapy Network Annual conference 2005: Trauma and Hope

Frude, N. Books on prescription. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, 5, 9-13.

Foulkes, M. Consultation to women whose children have been sexually abused In:.Southall.A (ed) Consultation in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Oxford Radcliffe Press.

Hardy, B and Jordan, Chapter 16: In Jordan, S Pharmacology for Midwives Farsi translation of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran.

Jeff Faris Underhearing and overstanding: The art of Listening in Psychotherapy. The UK Association for Family Therapy Annual Conference, Bristol, UK.



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2004

Cox B , Faris J and Hardy B Arts and literature in a Personal Development Process and Systemic Psychotherapy Training. Context, October, 75.

Cox. B A psychotherapeutic approach to chronic illness and pain.’ Rheumatology Conference Royal Glamorgan Hospital 20th Sept.

Speed, B All Aboard in the NHS: collaborating with colleagues who use different approaches, Journal of Family Therapy, 26: 260-280.

Jones E Remembering Gianfranco, Context, 73, pp26-27.

Hardy, B and Jordan, S Farmakologi Kebidanan Chapt Obat yang digunakan pada gangguan mental Penerbit Buka Kedokteran, Jakarta.

McKenna, P., Jefferies, L., Dobson, A. and Frude, N. The Use Of A Cognitive Battery To Predict Who Will Fail An On-Road Driving Test. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43, 325-336.

Frude, N.J. Bibliotherapy as a means of delivering psychological therapy. Clinical Psychology, 39, 8-10.

Frude, N.J. A book prescription scheme in primary care. Clinical Psychology, 39, 11-14.

Soffe, J., Read, J. and Frude, N.J. A survey of clinical psychologists’ views regarding service user involvement in mental health services. Journal of Mental Health, 13, 583-592.

McKenna, P., Jefferies, L, Dobson, A. and Frude, N. The use of a cognitive battery to predict who will fail an on-road driving test. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43, 325 – 336.

Hardy.B Implications for Practice: domestic violence, A Systemic Approach Mental Health Nursing Conference, Bridgend, Wales, March.

Hardy.B The Myths and Realities of Domestic Violence Paper: Mental Health Nursing Conference Mental Health Nursing Association Bridgend, Wales.

Vivian. Byrne K Peotry In Mind, Context,75, October.



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2003

Fiona Jones, Mary Morris & Sue Thomas ‘Integrating Client Feedback into Practice’ Context 68 August 2003

Cox.B Domestic Violence: Challenging Indifference Workshop : Coordinator Responses to Domestic Violence Plenary Panel Speaker University of Glamorgan & North Glamorgan Health Trust Conference.

Cox.B Kenkre.J & Lynch.L WONCA Rural Health Conference Santiago de Compostela September Workshop presentation: Co-operation and collaboration to address domestic abuse in rural practice’

Cox.B “Domestic violence – a rural health issue?’ WONCA Rural Health Conference Santiago de Compostela September.

Faris.J Domestic Violence: Challenging Indifference Workshop : Coordinator Responses to Domestic Violence Plenary Panel Speaker University of Glamorgan & North Glamorgan Health Trust Conference.

Hardy.B Domestic Violence: Challenging Indifference Workshop : Coordinator Responses to Domestic Violence Plenary Panel Speaker University of Glamorgan & North Glamorgan Health.

Vivian Byrne K Power in practice: Kissing The Stone, Context, 65 February.

Frude, N. A Psychological Approach to Understanding Family Issues. In: P. Gastrell, J. Edwards and D. Watkins (Eds.) Community Health Nursing. London: Harcourt Health Sciences.

Frude, N. The Physical Abuse of Children. In: M.C. Calder and S. Hackett (Eds.) Assessment in Childcare: Using and Developing Frameworks for Practice. Lyme Regis: Russell House Publishing.

Frude, N.J. Child mental health services as ‘product’. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 8, 427 – 430.

Oaksford, K. and Frude, N.J. The process of coping following child sexual abuse: A qualitative study. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 12, 41-72.

Prof Cecchin.G and Apolloni.T Perfect ideas. Hybris of the prisons of the mind Milan, Franco Angeli.

Jones E Reflections under the lens: observations of a systemic therapist on the experience of participation and scrutiny in a research project, Journal of Family Therapy,25,4, pp347-356.

Jones E Working with the self of the therapist in consultation, Human Systems: The journal of systemic Consultation and Management14:1, pp7-16.

Watts G.D. Understanding challenging behaviour: Whose problem is It? PSIGE Newsletter No 84 October pp16- 17.



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2002

Faris, J Some Reflections on Process, Relationship and Personal Development in Supervision. In: Campbell, D & Mason, B (eds.) Perspectives on Supervision. London: Karnac.

Faris J ,Hardy.B & Cox.B Tavistock Clinic Supervision in systemic psychotherapy Conference Workshop: Training and Teaching in Psychotherapy Courses

Jeff Faris Assessment discourse as examination or conversation: strange loops In systemic psychotherapy training. Tavistock & IFT Conference on Supervision, Tavistock , London September

Hardy.B Drugs prescribed for mental illness, Ch16, pp346-362 In Jordan,Sue [2002] Pharmacology for Midwives the evidence base for safe practice. Basingstoke, Palgrave Publishers.

Hardy.B Systemic approaches to working with families In: Hannigan.B, Coffey.M Handbook for Community Mental Health Nursing, London, Routledge.

Vivian Byrne. K Heart to Heart with Looked after Children: Consultation in formation, Context, 64 December

Frude, N. Physical Violence in the Family Context. In: P. Gastrell, J. Edwards and D. Watkins (Eds.) Community Health Nursing. London: Harcourt Health Sciences.

Frude, N. A Psychological Approach to Understanding Family Issues. In: P. Gastrell, J. Edwards and D. Watkins (Eds.) Community Health Nursing. London: Harcourt Health Sciences.

Cecchin.G Preface to Schinco Maximum, Or Divine Beauty, Or Wonder. A Therapist listens to Turandot Carabà Editions, Milan

Elliott, J and Frude, N. Stress, coping styles and hopelessness in self-poisoners. Crisis, 21, 1-9.
Cecchin.G Koch.M.C “the feet in the plate” Logons,10, pp. 23-32

Gagg.S The Reality of Voices: ‘Auditory Hallucinations’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol. 23 No. 3 September pp. 159-165.

Seligman.P Clients’ view of systemic psychotherapy, Context, 69.



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2001

Cox B& Hardy.B [2001] Personal Development in Systemic psychotherapy Training Family Therapy European Association for Family Therapy Budapest, Hungary, June

Oaksford, K. L. and Frude, N. (2001) The prevalence and nature of child sexual abuse: Evidence from a female university sample in the UK. Child Abuse Review, 10, 49-59.

Frude, N.J. (2001) Towards prevention in the field of children’s mental health. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 6, 485-487.

Arcelloni.T, Cecchin.G Gaspari.G. [2001]“To work with the great groups: the systemic therapy of Bert Hellinger “Logons, 9, pp. 143-154.

Cecchin.G [2001] Communications overlapped in the game of the paradox. Sbobinatura relation to convention.

Hardy.B [2001] Main Resources in prevention and therapy :culture-community family Plenary European Family Therapy Association Budapest, Hungary June.

Hardy.B [2001] Annual all Wales Community Psychiatric Nursing Conference, University of Wales, Swansea.Title: How do CPNs respond to violence in relationships? September.

Hardy.B [2001]Patients Council Swansea ,Conference Aberavon Beach Hotel Port Talbot Mental illness and the family Title:A Systemic approach to Working with families.

Jones.E [2001] Parallel worlds and considerations of power: an interview. In Benborough.D Ed, Family Therapy: exploring the fields past present and possible future.Adelaide Australia Dulwich Centre Publications.

Riemers. S [2001] Understanding alliances: How can research inform user-friendly practice? Journal of Family Therapy 23: 46-62.

Seligman.P [2001] Ageing in Therapy, context, 58.

Watts G.D. (2001) The development of a new service for Older people whose behaviour is seen as challenging. PSIGE Newsletter No 78, November pp 11- 12.

Watts G.D. (2001) The development of a service for older people with challenging behaviour. Signpost , vol: 6 no 2 pp 38- 39 October 2001.



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2000

Dallos R and Draper R [2000] An Introduction to Family Therapy London, OU.Press.

Wilson Jim How can you tell when a goldfish Cries? Finding the Words in Therapeutic Stories with Children The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy,Vol 21,No:1 March.



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1999

Hardy, Billy Title: Supervision in Distance Learning Courses Tavistock Clinic, London. Supervision and Systemic Psychotherapy Conference.

Jordan.S, Hardy.B ,& Coleman.M [1999] Medication Management; An exploratory study into the role of Community Psychiatric Nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing:29,[5], 1068-1081.

Jordan.S ,Coleman.M, Hardy.B & Hughes.D [1999] Assessing educational effectiveness: The impact of a specialist course for community psychiatric nurses on the delivery of care, Journal of Advanced Nursing,304,796-807.

Brenda Cox et al Sowing the seeds of cultural competence: Family Therapy training for a Multi Ethinic society, Context 4, 99.

Jeff Faris Systemic Consultation, Educational Psychology Dept.
Cardiff University June.

Jeff Faris Compassion and Inner Resources in Supervision : Integrating Individual Identity and Systemic Self. Tavistock & IFT Conference on Supervision, Tavistock , London March.

Jeff Faris Brief Therapy Approaches,
Community Alcohol Unit , Cardiff March

Jeff Faris Working with Young People and their Families in the Context Of Alcohol Misuse, Community Alcohol Team, Conference , City Hall, Cardiff, March

Jeff Faris Systemic perspectives on violence in the family, Barnardos, Belfast, Northern Ireland. January



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1998

Challanger.J & Hardy.B [1998] Dementia; the difficulties experienced by carers, British Journal of community Health Nursing,Vol:3,No:4,pp 166-172

Wilson Jim [1998] Child Focussed Practice,
London, Karnac

Jeff Faris Client self, therapist self, systemic self: working with impossible cases.
Clinical Psychology Association of Denmark , Copenhagen



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1997

Brenda Cox Title: The therapist self identity in relation to culture and ethnicity
Institute of Family Therapy, London March.

Brenda Cox Title: Working with violence in Families Association for Family Therapy Conference October Taunton Somerset , England, UK.

Brenda Cox Title: Intimate violence in the context of community violence. Joint weekend symposium with colleagues from Netherlands and the Family Institute Abergavenny, Wales June.

Jeff Faris Systemic Practice and Embodied Experience, Milan School of Systemic Therapy Conference, Pettenasco Italy November.

Jeff Faris A Systemic View of the Therapist Use of Self September. Plenary paper: UKCP Conference Development through diversity, Churchill College Cambridge, UK.

Jeff Faris Intimate violence in the context of community violence: Plenary presentation: Joint Netherlands/Wales symposium, Abergavenny Wales. June.

Hardy, Billy A Review of the Current Training in the Field of Postnatal Mental Health Health Visitors Association, Postnatal Mental Health: A Primary Health Care Challenge, Conference, Cwmbran, Gwent, Wales.

Clark .J Hardy. B et al [1997] Empowering community health services: An exploratory study to discuss options for community based nursing services within Iechyd Morgannwg Health,Iechyd Morgannwg Health Authority.

Parke. S & Hardy. B [1997] Postnatal depression: making the better use of health visitors and community psychiatric nurses, Professional care of Mother and Child. Vol: 7,No:6,pp 151-152.

Jordan.S Hardy.B & Coleman.M [1997] An exploratory study of Pharmacology education for CPNs Conversazione, Swansea University.

Hardy Billy Collaboration in Community Care: Gwent Community Nursing Conference, Gwent Community Health Trust, Cwmbran, Gwent. September.

Hardy,Billy Pharmacology Education and CPN Practice Community Psychiatric Nurses Association, All Wales Conference Swansea University, Swansea,Wales.

Hardy, Billy Systemic Family Therapy and CPN Practice Community Psychiatric Nurses Association, All Wales Conference Swansea University, Swansea, Wales

Hardy,Billy A Review of the Current Training in the Field of Postnatal Mental Health Visitors Association: Postnatal mental health a primary healthcare challenge, Liverpool, England

Hardy,Billy Title: Facilitating Group Supervision : Dilemmas and Pitfalls. Conference Swansea University Talking , Thinking and Action: Clinical Supervision Does it Make a Difference? University of Wales, School of Health Science.



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1996

Hardy. Billy [1996] Postnatal mental health: co-operation in community care, British Journal of Community Health Nursing Vol; 1,No :7, pp 415-420.

Jeff Faris Title: Children, Families and domestic violence. Foundation NHS Trust & Staffordshire University September.

Jeff Faris Rites, Rituals and life Cycle Passage. Plenary paper AFT 21st Conference,
Bolton September.

Cox Brenda Title: Children, Families and Domestic violence The Foundation NHS Trust/ Staffordshire University Conference September.

Cox Brenda Title: Training therapists to work with diversity and difference.
Association for Family Therapy Annual Conference September: Bolton England, UK.

Brenda Cox Title: Working with chaotic and disorganised families
Laurenzhaus, Amsterdam, Netherlands December.

Hardy, Billy Working with Women with Postnatal Depression Community Psychiatric Nurses Association, National Annual Conference, University of Hull, England.

Jeff Faris Title: Working with chaotic and disorganised family contexts: poverty and socially structured disadvantage. Laurenzhaus, Amsterdam Netherlands, December.



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1995

Hardy,BillyWorking with Homeless People Community Psychiatric Nurses Association National Annual Conference, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

Jeff Faris Title : When the going gets tough: Ethical considerations, therapist stress and the well being of the client U.K.C.P Annual Professional Conference, Warwick University September.

Jeff Faris Family Systems Therapy and Transitions in the Family Life Cycle. SE Wales Institute of Nursing, St Cadocs Hospital Caerleon.

Hardy Billy Systemic Family Therapy in CPN Practice Community Psychiatric Nurses Community Psychiatric Nurses Association National Annual Conference, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

Hardy, Billy Detection and Management of Postnatal Depression in Primary Care: Community Psychiatric Nurses Association, All Wales Annual Conference, University of Wales, Swansea.

Hardy.Billy & Rees.Colin [1995] Meeting the mental health needs of homeless people, Mental Health Nursing, Vol:14,No:6pp 8-10.



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1994

Hardy,Billy Clinical Supervision in CPN Practice South East Wales Institute of Nursing and Midwifery Education, Conference, Clinical supervision and Education, Caerleon, Gwent.

Mason, B [1994] Towards positions of safe uncertainty. Human Systems The Journal of systemic Consultation and Management.

Mason, B [1994] Experimenting with change: an exercise in team consultation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy.

Hardy.Billy [1994] Visible people: Invisible services, Journal of community Nursing Vol:7,No 3,pp 18-22.

Wilson, Jim [1994] The supervisory relationship in family Therapy training: constructing a fit between trainee and trainer .Human Systems The Journal of systemic Consultation and Management.

Jeff Faris In Front of the Children.
Workshop for FWCO Services March.

Jeff Faris Supervision and Systemic approaches to working with families. Presentation to Social Services Area managers, Mid Glamorgan. February.

Jeff Faris The Individual and the Family.
Workshop, Penarth Pastoral Foundation February.



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1993

Hardy,Billy Clinical Supervision in Community Psychiatric Nursing: Community Psychiatric Nurses Association All Wales Conference: Morriston Hospital.

Jones, Elsa [1993] Anorexia Nervosa – A Clinical Study of Ten Patients and Their Family Systems. Journal of Adolescence. 2.



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1992

Mason, Barry [1992] Systemisk Overlamning.
Marveld Stockholm.

Mason, Barry & Campbell, Duncan [1992] Secrets in the Family/Secrets in Society.
Context No 12, 14-16.

Jeff Faris Welcome back feelings – all is forgiven: the use of self in systemic therapy.
Workshop The Family Institute, Cardiff, February.



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1991

Mason, Barry [1991] Reflecting Teams (An interview) Context
No 10 pp 24-26..

Jones, Elsa [1991] Conference Matters.
EFTA Newsletter No 1.

Jones, Elsa [1991] Family Systems Therapy: Developments in the Milan-Systemic Therapies. John Wiley and sons, Chichester.



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1990

Mason, Barry [1990] Handing Over: Changing Shifts in residential care settings. Caring (Australia) Vol 14, No 5.

Mason, Barry & Mason, Ed [1990] Masculinity and Family Work in Perelberg. R and Miller. A. (Eds) Gender and Power in Families, Routledge London.



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1989

Mason, Barry [1989] It’s All Yours,
Community Care 14.12.89 pp 20-22.

Mason, Barry [1989] Handing over: Developing Consistency across shifts in Residential and Health settings. Draper/Campbell London.

Mason, Barry [1989] The Milan Therapist and the Priest.
Context No.2 , p 4.

Mason, Barry [1989] An Example of the Use of Neutrality and Circular Questioning in working with Child Sexual Abuse in Second Thoughts on the theory and practice of the Milan Approach to Family Therapy, Campbell, Duncan, Draper, Ros and Huffington, Clare Draper/Campbell London.



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1988

Jones, Elsa [1988] Feminism and Family Therapy –
Can Mixed Marriages Work.

Jones, Elsa [1988] The Milan Method – ‘Quo Vadis’?
Journal of Family Therapy Vol 10, No 4.

Mason, Barry [1988] Physical Pain & relationships.
NASS Newsletter. Spring/Summer p8-9.

Mason, Barry [1988] A Therapist’s Tale.
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 9, No 4 p242.

Wilson, Jim [1988] Brief Family Therapy with a rebellious Adolescent.
In Journal of Maladjustment and Therapeutic Education. Vol 6, No 1 pp 29-34.



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1987

Jones, Elsa [1987] Brief Systemic Work in Psychiatric Settings Where a Family Member has been Diagnosed as Schizophrenic Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 9,No 1.

Seligman, Philippa M [1987] Interventions
A monograph published by The Family Institute, Cardiff.

Seligman, Philippa M & Jones, Elsa [1987] Systemic Family Therapy. Video & Text published by Macmed Videos Dundee.

Speed, Bebe [1987] Over the Top in the Theory and Practice of Family Therapy. Journal of Family Therapy Vol 9, No 3.



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1986

Mason, Barry [1986] Neutrality: the Worker and Family Therapy: Towards Establishing Appropriate Therapeutic Distance as a means of Effecting Change. In Marshall m, Preston-Shute. M and Wincott.E (Eds) Skills for Social Workers in the 1980’s. BASW Birmingham

Seligman, Philippa M [1986] A Brief Intervention with an Adolescent Referred for Drug taking. Journal of Adolescence Special issue on Family Therapy, September.

Seligman, Philippa M [1986] Commentary on love, marriage, sex, children, parents and all the rest of it. Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 8, No 3.

Cade, Brian W; Speed ,Bebe & Seligman, Philippa [1986] Working in Teams: The Pros and Cons, in Kaslow, F W (Ed) Supervision and Training: Models, Dilemmas and Challenges. Haworth Press.



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1985

Cade, Brian W [1985] Stuckness, Unpredictability and Change. Address at the Fifth Australian Family Therapy Conference. In Australian Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 6, No 5.

Cade, Brian W & Cornwell, Max [1985] New Realities for Old; Some Uses of Teams and Screens in Therapy, in Campbell, Duncan & Draper, Ros (Eds) Applications of Systemic Family Therapy, The Milan Approach. Academic Press.

Mason, Barry; Christofas, Stephanie et al [1985] Working systemically with disadvantaged families in the professional network. Sharing is Caring but Meta is Better, in Campbell, Duncan and Draper, Ros (Eds) Application of Systemic Family Therapy: the Milan Approach. Grune and Stratton. London.

Speed, Bebe [1985] The Use of the Milan Approach in Sex Therapy. In Applications of Systemic Family Therapy, The Milan Method, Campbell, Duncan and Draper, Ros (Eds) Academic Press.

Speed, Bebe [1985] Evaluating the Milan Approach. In Applications of Systemic Family Therapy, The Milan Approach, Campbell, Duncan & Draper, Ros (Eds) Academic Press.



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1984

Cade, Brian W [1984] The Strategic Approach to Therapy. A Curriculum: Association of Family Therapy.

Cade, Brian W [1984] Paradoxical Techniques in Therapy. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 25, No 4.

Cade, Brian W [1984] Unpredictability and Change: A Holographic Metaphor, in G. Weeks (Ed) Promoting Change Through Paradoxical Therapy. Dow Jones-Irwin, Homewood, Illinois.

Mason, Barry; Christofas, Stephanie et al [1984] Handling Inter Session Contact. In FSU Quarterly, No 32 pp 24-25.

Speed, Bebe & Shuttleworth Roy E1984 Sexual Dysfunction from a Family Therapy Perspective. The Institute of Psychosexual Medecine Newsletter. No 25.

Speed, Bebe [1984] How Really Real is Real? Zeitschrift Fur Systemische Therapie. Vol 1, No 4 and also Family Process Vol 23, No 4.

Speed, Bebe [1984] Family Therapy: An Update. Association of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Bulletin.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1984] Drama Therapy in Northern Ireland. A Comparative Look at Group Process. Drama Therapy Vol 7, No 2.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1984] Metaphor in Therapy.
Drama Therapy Vol 7, No 2.



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1983

Cade, Brian W [1983] Burn Out.
Social Work Today Vol 14, No 18.

Cade, Brian W & Cornwell, Max [1983] The Evolution of the One Way Screen. Australian Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 4, No 2.

Jones, Elsa [1983] Leaving Whom? Motherless Families: Problems of Termination for the Female Therapist. Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 5 , No 1.

Mason, Barry [1983] The Family the Social Worker and the Professional Network. FSU Quarterly, No 29 pp23-30

Speed, Bebe [1983] Truth-Trek: To Boldly Go Where No Thinker Has Thought Before. Underground Railroad. Vol 4, No 1 Republished in J Strategic and Systemic Therapies. Vol 2, No 3.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1983] A Systems Approach to Divorce – in Children & Divorce. The Children’s Society.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1983] Wheels within Wheels. A Systems Approach to Maladjustment and Therapeutic Education. (Autumn)

Jeff Faris The Therapeutic Approach of Shamanic Healers in South Africa. South African Institute for Marital and Family Therapy: Second International Conference on Family Therapy, Mbato.



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1982

Cade, Brian W [1982] Humour and Creativity.
Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 4, No 1.

Cade, Brian W [1982] Some Uses of Metaphor.
Australian Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 3, No. 3.

Cade, Brian W [1982] The Art of Persuasion. Community Care. 9th September

Cade, Brian W [1982] The Potence of Impotence.
Australian Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 4. No 1.

Cade, Brian W & Seligman, Philippa [1982] Teaching a Strategic Approach, in Whiffen.R & Byng-Hall.J (Eds), Family Therapy Supervision, Recent Developments in Practice, Academic Press.

Speed, Bebe [1982] Systemic Family Therapy and Disturbing Behaviour -in Upton, G (Ed) Educating Children with Behavioural Problems. Faculty of Education, University of Cardiff. Occasional Publications

Speed, Bebe; Seligman, Philippa M; Kingston, Phil; Cade, Brian W [1982] A Team Approach to Therapy Vol 4 No 3. A German version – Teamarbeit als therpeutischer Ansatz – has been published in Zeitschrift Fur Systemische Therapie. 1 (3) 53-61.



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1981

Cade, Brian W [1981] The Pyramid: An Unsuitable Shape for treatment Agencies. Association for family Therapy Newsletter. (Summer)

Breunlin, Doug C & Cade, Brian W [1981] Intervening in Family Systems with Observer Messages. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. Vol 7, No 4.

Cade, Brian W [1981] The Pyramid: An Unsuitable Shape for treatment Agencies. Association for family Therapy Newsletter. (Summer)

Cade, Brian W & Seligman, Philippa [1981] Nothing is Good or Bad but Thinking Makes It So. Association for Child Psychology & Psychiatric news. No 6 (Spring).

Jones, Harvey V R [1981] Multi Family Study Days in an Adolescent Unit – A Report. Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry News No 6 (Spring)

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1981] Adolescent Drama Therapy in Schattner, G & Courtney, R (Eds). Drama in Therapy Drama Books. New York.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1981] Sex – What is Normal?.
Advice Vol 1.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1981] Male Sexual Problems.
Advice Vol 1.



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1980

Cade, Brian W [1980] Resolving Therapeutic Deadlocks Using A Contrived Team Conflict. International Journal of Family Therapy Vol 2, No 4.

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1980]
Drama Therapy in Family Therapy. Drama Therapy Vol 4, Nos 1 & 2.

Mason Barry & Reed, Jane [1980] The Need for Supervision in Schools, Contact -No 11, p14.
Jones, Harvey V R & Breunlin, Doug [1980] Therapist Style in Family Therapy
Barnardo Social Work Paper. No 9.

Hudson, Peter [1980] Different Strokes for Different Folks. A Comparative Examination of Behaviour Structural and Paradoxical Methods in Family Therapy. Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 2, No 2.

Dowling, Emilia & Seligman, Philippa [1980] Description and Evaluation of Family Therapy Training Model. Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 2, No 2.

Dowling, Emilia & Frude, Neil [1980] A Follow-up Analysis of Family Therapy Clients. Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 2, No 2.

Cade, Brian W [1980] Strategic Therapy.
Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 2, No 2.

Cade, Brian W [1980] Family Therapy with child-focused Problems:
The Lewis Family. Barnardo Social Work Papers No 9.

Cade, Brian W [1980] Strategic Therapy.
Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 2, No 2.

Cade, Brian W [1980] Family Therapy with child-focused Problems: The Lewis Family.
Barnardo Social Work Papers No 9.

Cade, Brian W [1980] Resolving Therapeutic Deadlocks Using A Contrived Team Conflict. International Journal of Family Therapy Vol 2, No 4.

Dowling, Emilia & Seligman, Philippa [1980] Description and Evaluation of Family Therapy Training Model. Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 2, No 2.



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1979

Cade, Brian W & Southgate , Pam [1979] Honesty is the Best Policy,
Journal of Family Therapy , Vol 1, No 1.

Cade, Brian W [1979] Family Therapy: An Interactional Approach to Problems.
Health Visitor Vol 52, February.

Cade, Brian W [1979] The Use of Paradox in Therapy. In Walrond-Skinner, Sue. Family & Marital Psychotherapy: A Critical Approach. Routledge & Kegan, Paul.

Cade, Brian W [1979] An Interactional View of the Problem Maintenance: The Davies Family. Journal of Adolescence, Vol 2, Issue 1.

Cade, Brian W [1979] Making an Ally of Resistance.
Social Work Today. Vol 10, No 48.

Dowling, Emilia [1979] Co-therapy: A Clinical Researcher’s View, in Walrond-Skinner.S. (Ed), Family and Marital Psychotherapy: A Critical Approach. Routledge and Kegan Paul. London.

Dowling, Emilia & Cade, Brian W [1979] A Family Therapy Approach to problems in Children, in The Year of the Child. Barnardo’s publications.

Seligman, Philippa M [1979] The Needs of Children & Families Legal Action Group Bulletin, October.

Seligman, Philippa M [1979] You can’t win ‘em all…. Brandon.D. & Jordan.B. (Eds) Creative Social Work. Routledge & Kegan Paul London.

Walrond-Skinner, Sue [1979] Education or training for Family Therapy? A Reconstruction in Walrond-Skinner, Sue (Ed) Family and Marital Psychotherapy. Routledge and Kegan Paul.



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1978

Hudson, Peter [1978] Residential Units For Disturbed Adolescents : Can They Be Justified? Bulletin of British Psychological Society.

Dowling, Emilia & Jones, Harvey V R [1978] Small Children Seen and Heard in Family Therapy. Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

Dowling, Emilia & Jones, Harvey V R [1978] On Becoming a One Parent Family – The Family Therapist’s Approach. Journal for the Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children. Vol 4, No 1 (Spring

Cade, Brian W [1978] Family Violence: An Interactional View.
Social Work Today Vol 9, No 26.

Cade, Brian W [1978] A Family Therapy Workshop. Association for Family Therapy Newsletter (Winter).

Breunlin, Doug C & Southgate, Pam [1978] An International Approach to Dysfunctional Silencing in Family Therapy. Family Process. Vol 17, No 2.



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1977

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1977]
Drama Therapy in a Professional Training Group. Drama Therapy Vol 1, No 1.



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1976

Walrond-Skinner, Sue [1976] Family Therapy: The Treatment of natural Systems. Routledge and Kegan,Paul.



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1975

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1975] Psychodrama with Disturbed Adolescents in S Jennings (Ed) Creative Therapy. Pitman Publishers.



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1973

Shuttleworth, Roy E [1973] Psychodrama in the rehabilitation of Chronic Long Stay Patients. Self and Society, Vol 1,No 4.