Our team at Child and Family services are also keen researchers and authors. Here are some of their publications:
Knowles, S., Gallagher, B., & Bromley, H. (2021 – in press) My Intense Emotions Handbook: Manage your Emotions and Connect Better with Others. Jessica Kingsley Publishers: London.
Rogers, A. (2019). Treatment of Trauma. In, Morgan, R (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology. Sage, New York, USA Read more
Gallagher, B., Knowles, S., & McEwen, P. (2019). The Anxiety Survival Guide: Getting Through the Challenging Stuff. Jessica Kingsley Publishers: London. Read more
Knowles, S., Gallagher, B., & McEwen, P. (2018). My Anxiety Handbook: Getting Back on Track. Jessica Kingsley Publishers: London. Read more
Rogers, A., Harvey, J. & Law, H. (eds.) (2015) Young People in Forensic Mental Health Settings: Psychological Thinking and Practice. Palgrave: London. Read more
Rogers, A.D. & Law, H. (2010). Working with Trauma in a Prison Setting. Chapter in Harvey, J. & Smedley, K. (Eds.) Psychological Therapy in Prisons and Other Secure Settings. Willan: London. Read more
Rouski, C., Yu, S., Edwards, A., Hibbert, L., Covax, A., Knowles, S. F., & Wah, A. (In Press). DBT ‘Skills for Living’ for young people leaving care: A qualitative exploration of participants’ experiences. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry – accepted for publication July 2020.
Eccleston, L., Williams, J., Knowles, S. F., Soulsby, L. (2019). Adolescent experiences of living with a diagnosis of ADHD: A systematic review and thematic synthesis. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 24(2), 119-135. doi:10.1080/13632752.2019.1582762.
Thompson, E., Knowles, S. F., & Greasley, P. (2019) Understanding resilience in young people with complex mental health needs: A Delphi study. Child Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, 24(3), 405-416. doi:10.1177/1359104518794789.
Khullar, N., Scull, N. C., Bhatti, S. F., Wah, A., & Al-Zouman, F. (2019). Resistance and Resilience During the 1990 Iraqi Occupation of Kuwait: A Qualitative Study. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25(1), 24-36. doi:10.1037/pac0000343.
Barrow, J., Knowles, S., & Worrall, E. (2019). Resilience factors in young people’s mental health: The views of professionals working within specialist services. Clinical Psychology Forum, 317, 22-27.
Hughes, M., Knowles, S. F., Nicholson, H. L, Taylor, P., & Dhingra, K. (2018). This corrosion: A systematic review of the association between alternative subcultures and the risk of self-harm and suicide. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(4), 491-513. doi:10.1111/bjc.12179.
Smith-Gowling, C., Knowles, S. F., & Hodge, S. (2018). Understanding experiences of the self-harm of others: A qualitative exploration of the views of young people with complex needs. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23(4), 528-541. doi:10.1177/1359104518755216.
Morley, J., Holman, N., & Murray, C. D. (2017). Dressing changes in a burns unit for children under the age of five: a qualitative study of mothers’ experiences. Burns, 43(4), 757-765. doi:10.1016/j.burns.2016.11.015.
Knowles, S. F., Hughes, M., Imran, S., & Fisher, R. (2017). Young People moving to a new inpatient unit: ‘When people are confused, they will get stressed, and the last thing you want is stressing teenagers.’ Clinical Psychology Forum, 292 36-40.
Rouski, C., Hodge, S., & Tatum, L. (2017). An exploration of the impact of self-harm in an inpatient adolescent setting on staff: A qualitative study. Mental Health Nursing 37(2), 12-17.
Price, K., Knowles, S. F., Greasley, P., & Dunn, R. (2016) How do staff in an inpatient adolescent service talk about, and understand, young people’s mental health difficulties. Clinical Psychology Forum, 283, 43-47.
Knowles, S. F., Eccles, F., Daiches, A., & Bowers, M. (2016). Exploring parents’ understandings of their child’s journey into offending behaviours: A narrative analysis, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21(3), 447-460. doi:10.1177/1359104515614876.
Knowles, S. F., Hearne, J., & Smith I. (2015). Physical restraint and the therapeutic relationship, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 6(4), 461-475. doi: 10.1080/14789949.2015.1034752
Hughes, M., Bardsley, S., Pendrous, R., & Knowles, S.F. (2015). Learning from our clients and empowering young people to have their say: A reflective account of client involvement in service development. Clinical Psychology Forum, 272, 15-18.
Casswell, M., French, P., & Rogers, A. D. (2015). Distress, defiance or adaptation? A review of at-risk mental health states in young offenders. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 6(3), 219-228. doi:10.1111/j.1751-7893.2012.00344.x.
Rogers, A.D., Law, D. & McMahon, J. (2011) Expanding Therapy: challenging the dominant discourse of individual therapy when working with vulnerable children and young people. Clinical Psychology Forum, 222.
Evans, K., Law, H., Turner, R.E., Rogers, A. & Cohen, K. (2011) A pilot study evaluating care staff’s perceptions of their experience of psychological consultation within a mental health setting. Child Care in Practice, 17(2), 205-219. doi:10/1080/13575279.2010.541423.
Knowles, S. F., Coyne, S. M., & Brown, S. (2008). Sex differences in aggressive incidents towards staff in secure services, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 19 (4), 620-63.1 DOI: 10.1080/14789940801962130.
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