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2017

Balfour, A. (2017) ‘Growing old together in mind and body’ in Nathans, S. & Schaefer,  M. (eds.) Couples on the Couch: Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy and the Tavistock Model. London: Routledge, pp. 221-244

Casey, P. (2017) ‘Occasional review of Kleinerman, L. (2007)’ Discussion : Mothers and fathers of intervention: developing new family narratives’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 7(1), pp. 117-122.

Casey, P., Cowan, P. A., Cowan, C. P., Draper, L., Mwamba, N. and Hewison, D. (2017) 'Parents as Partners: A U.K. Trial of a U.S. Couples-Based Parenting Intervention For At-Risk Low-Income Families', Family Process, doi:10.1111/famp.12289.

Clulow, C. (2016) 'A Relational Psychoanalytic Approach to Couples Psychotherapy.', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(1), pp. 115-117.

Clulow, C. (2016) ‘Elegy, by Nick Paine at the Donmar theatre’. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2), pp. 230-231.

Clulow, C. (2017) ‘How was it for you? Attachment, sexuality and mirroring in couple relationships ’ in Nathans, S. & Schaefer,  M. (eds.) Couples on the Couch: Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy and the Tavistock Model. London: Routledge, pp.193-212

Hewison, D. (2017) Tavistock Clinic. Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. Online: Springer. Available at: https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-15877-8_605-1.

McCann, D. (2017) 'Supervision: making it work for you', in Bor, R. & Watts, M. (eds.) The Trainee Handbook. London: Sage, pp.346-368

McCann, D. (2017) ‘When the couple is not enough, or when the couple is too much: Exploring the meaning and management of open relationships’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 7(1), pp. 45-58.

Morgan, M. (2017) ‘A complex case seen at Tavistock Relationships’, in Palacios, E. & Scharff. D.E. (eds.) Family and Couple Psychoanalysis: A Global Perspective.  London: Karnac, pp. 89-106.

Morgan, M. (2017) ‘Discussion of Walness, J.’ “Now you see us now you don’t: dealing with resistance in episodic couple treatment”, in Palacios, E. & Scharff. D.E. (eds.) Family and Couple Psychoanalysis: A Global Perspective. London: Karnac, pp. 272-278.

Morgan, M. (2017) ‘The Tavistock Relationships’ object relations approach to couple relationships: past, present and future’, in Palacios, E. & Scharff. D.E. (eds.) Family and Couple Psychoanalysis: A Global Perspective. London: Karnac, pp. 21-26.

Morgan, M. (2017) ‘Unconscious beliefs about being a couple’ in Nathans, S. & Schaefer,  M. (eds.) Couples on the Couch: Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy and the Tavistock Model. London: Routledge, pp. 62-81

Nyberg, V. (2017) ‘Response to “How to Cure Family Disturbance”: Lily Pinus, Martin Buber, and projective Identification’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 7(1), pp. 26-31.

Target, M., Hertzmann, L., Midgley, N., Casey, P. and Lassri, D. (2017) 'Parents’ experience of child contact within entrenched conflict families following separation and divorce: A qualitative study'.

Vincent, C., Barnett, M., Killpack, L., Sehgal, A. and Swinden, P. (2017) ‘Advancing Telecommunication Technology and its Impact on Psychotherapy in Private Practice’. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 33(1), pp. 63-76.

Wrottesley, C. (2017) ‘Brief Intervention With a Chinese Couple Commentary’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 7(1), pp. 102-112.

Wrottesley, C. (2017) ‘Edipo non muore Mai? La coppia di nonni alle prese con Edipo’, Interazioni, 45(1), pp. 43-69.  (English translation: Does Oedipus Never Die? The Grandparental Couple Grapple With Oedipus)

2016

Abse, S. (2016) ‘Renewal and Social Justice’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2), pp. 149- 152.

Hertzmann, L., Target, M., Hewison, D., Casey, P., Fearon, P., & Lassri, D. (2016). ‘Mentalization-Based Therapy for parents in entrenched conflict: A random allocation feasibility study’. Psychotherapy, 53(4), 388- 401.

To explore the effectiveness of a mentalization-based therapeutic Hewison, D., Casey, P. and Mwamba, N. (2016) 'The effectiveness of couple therapy: Clinical outcomes in a naturalistic United Kingdom setting', Psychotherapy, 53(4), pp. 377

Clulow, C. (2016) ‘A Relational Psychoanalytic Approach to Couples Psychotherapy.', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(1), pp. 115- 117.

Clulow, C. (2016) ‘Elegy, by Nick Paine at the Donmar theatre’. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2): 230- 231.

Glausius, K. and Humphries, J. (2016) ‘Couples Who Adopt: A Guide to Helping Adoptive Couples’. Tavistock Relationships, London.

Hewison, D. (2016) ‘Growing Up? A Journey with Laughter & Learning from Life: Becoming a Psychoanalyst by Casement P.’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(1), pp. 100-102.

Hewison, D. (2016) 'Journal Review of Fonagy, P 2015 The effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapies: an update. World Psychiatry 14.pp 137-150', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2), pp. 215-217.

McCann, D. (2016) ‘Teddy Ferrara, by Christopher Shinn directed by Dominic Cooke at the Donmar Warehouse’. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2): 227-231.

Morgan, M. (2016) ‘An Object Relations Approach to the couple Relationship: Past, Present and Future’, Couple & Family Psychoanalysis, Vol 6 (2), pp194-205

Morgan, M. (2016) ‘What does ending mean in couple psychotherapy’, Couple & Family Psychoanalysis, 6(1), pp. 44-58

Morgan, M. (2016) ‘What is being in a relationship really like? Why relationships are difficult but why we might need them’ Couple & Family Psychoanalysis, Vol 6(2), pp44- 58

Donovan, J. Salter, E., et al. (2016) 'Patient-Reported Outcomes after Monitoring, Surgery, or Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer', New England Journal of Medicine, 375(15), pp. 1425- 1437.

Thompson, K. (2016) 'Record of a Service using Mentalization-Based Therapy - Parenting together to help resolve entrenched conflict between separated parents over their children, with particular emphasis on the impact of the work on the therapist', Seen and Heard, 26(1).

Wrottesley, C. (2016) ‘An interview with Joy Schaverein’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(1), pp. 96- 99.

Wrottesley, C. (2016) ‘Book Review: Tea with Winnicott by Brett Kahr’, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 6(2), pp. 221-224.

2015

Abse, S. and Meier, R. 'Couple relationships and mental health', What's love got to do with it? 14 ideas for putting relationships at the heart of policy: Relate, 66-70.

Abse, S., Casey, P., Hewison, D., Meier, R. (2016) ‘What works in Relationship Support- An Evidence Review’. Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships

Balfour, A. (2015) 'Transference and enactment in the "oedipal setting" of couple psychotherapy', in Novakovic, A. (ed.) Couple Dynamics: Psychoanalytic perspectives in work with the individual, the couple, and the group The Tavistock Clinic Series. London: Karnac, pp. 59-84.

Balfour, A. (2015) 'Growing Old Together in Mind and Body', Fort Da: The Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, American Psychological Association, 21(2), pp. 53-76.

Clulow, C. (2015) 'Book review of Beebe, B., & Lachmann, F. (2013) 'The Origins of Attachment. Infant Research and Adult Treatment'', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 5(1), pp. 103-104.

Clulow, C. (2015) 'Book Review of Gerhardt, S. (2014) 'Why Love Matters. How Affection Shapes a Baby’s Brain' (2nd Edition).'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 5(1), pp. 104-106.

Clulow, C., Wallwork, E. and Sehon, C. (2015) 'Thinking about Publishing? On Seeking Patient Consent to Publish Case Material'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 5(2), pp. 168-187.

Draper, L. (2015) '"It seems so fair": Implementing 'Parents as Partners' in the UK'International Journal or Birth and Parent Education, 2(3), pp. 36-41.

Ganpatsingh, J. (2015) 'Parents as Partners', The Bulletin of the Association of Child Psychotherapists, June 2015(261), pp. 9-10.

Hertzmann, L. (2015) 'Aiming for eQuality'New Associations, 17(Spring), pp. 7-9.

Hertzmann, L. (2015) 'Objecting to the object. Encountering the internal parental couple relationship for lesbian and gay couples.', in Lemma, A. & Lynch, P.E. (eds.) Sexualities: Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives. London: Routledge.

Hewison, D. (2015) 'Book review of Jung and the Question of Science by Jones, Raya. A'Journal of Analytical Psychology, 60(3), pp. 423-426.

Hewison, D. (2015) 'Couples becoming parents: a clinical example', in Novakovic, A. (ed.) Couple Dynamics: Psychoanalytic perspectives in work with the individual, the couple, and the group The Tavistock Clinic Series. London: Karnac, pp. 107-124.

Humphries, J. (2015) 'Working in the presence of unconscious couple beliefs'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 2015, 5(1), pp. 25-40.

Humphries, J. and McCann, D. (2015) 'Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Violent Couples: Understanding and Working with Domestic Violence'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 5(2), pp. 149-167.

McCann, D. (2015) ‘Book review of Motz, Anna: Toxic Couples: The Psychology of Domestic Violence’,  Couple & Family Psychoanalysis, 5(2), pp, 219-221.

Nyberg, V.McCann, D. and Glausius, K. 'The Challenge of Developing a Brief Intervention Service for Couples'Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 14, 4, 301-321

Thompson, K. (2015) 'What’s love got to do with it?’ Oxford University Press's Academic Insights for the Thinking World.

Ferrera, M. J., Feinstein, R. T., Walker, W. J. and Gehlert, S. J. (2015) 'Embedded mistrust then and now: findings of a focus group study on African American perspectives on breast cancer and its treatment', Critical Public Health, pp. 1-11.

2014

Abse, S. (2014) 'Couples therapy: taking sides', welldoing.org.

Abse, S. (2014) 'De-stressing society', in Fieschi, C. & Grabbe, H. (eds.) The Bridges Project: New expertise for policy in an age of uncertainty: Counterpoint, pp. 50-51.

Abse, S. (2014) 'Intimacy - The Long and Winding Road', in Savege Scharff, J. & Scharff, D.E. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac.

Abse, S. (2014) 'Labour needs to use family policy to support and strengthen relationships'New Statesman

Abse, S. (2014) 'Psychoanalysis, the secure society and the role of relationships'Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 28(3), pp. 295-303.

Balfour, A. (2014) 'Developing therapeutic couple work in dementia care – the living together with dementia project'Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 28(3), pp. 304-320.

Cachia, P. and Savage Scharff, J. (2014) 'Clinical narrative and discussion: a couple who lost joy', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff, J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 201-212.

Cachia, P. and Savage Scharff, J. (2014) 'The ending of couple therapy with a couple who recovered joy', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff , J. (eds.) Psychoanaltyc Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 295-302.

Clulow, C. (2014) 'Attachment, affect regulation, and couple psychotherapy', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff , J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy. Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 44-58.

Clulow, C. (2014) 'Book Review of Eagle, M.N (2013) Attachment and Psychoanalysis: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications 'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2), pp. 210-212.

Clulow, C. (2014) 'Foreword', in Castellano, R., Velotti, P. & Zavattini, G. (eds.) What Makes Us Stay Together? Attachment and the Outcomes of Couple Relationships: Karnac Books, pp. xi-xiv.

Clulow, C. (2014) 'Othello and the Questioning of Difference: A Reflection on James Fisher's and Nicholas Hytner's Representations of Shakespeare's Tragedy'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(1), pp. 101-103.
Clulow, C. and Vincent, C. (2014) 'Barbara Kathleen Dearnley (3 July 1928-6 February 2014): An Appreciation.'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2), pp. 230-234.

Hewison, D.Clulow, C. and Drake, H. (2014) Couple Therapy for Depression: A Clinician's Guide to Integrative Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hammond, H. (2014) 'The stories that go unheard', Context magazine, (no. 135), pp. 16.

Hewison, D. (2014) 'Book Review of Hinshelwood, R (2013) Research on the Couch. Single-Case Studies, Subjectivity and Psychoanalytic Knowledge'Journal of Analytical Psychology, 59(4), pp. 578-582.

Hewison, D. (2014). Journal Review of Leichsenring, F., & Klein, S. (2014). ‘Evidence for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Specific Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review’. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 28.1. In: Journal of Analytical Psychology, 59(4), pp. 596-599.

Hewison, D. (2014) 'Projection, introjection, intrusive identification, adhesive identification', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff , J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 158-169.

Hewison, D. (2014) 'Shared unconscious phantasy in couples', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff, J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 25-34.

McCann, D. (2014) 'Responding to the clinical needs of same-sex couples', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff , J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 81-90.

Morgan, M. (2014) 'The couple state of mind and some aspects of the setting in couple psychotherapy', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff, J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 125-130.

Morgan, M. (2014) 'Why can being a creative couple be so difficult to achieve? The impact of early anxieties on relating', in Scharff, D.E. & Savege Scharff , J. (eds.) Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy: Foundations of Theory and Practice. London: Karnac, pp. 116-122.

Morgan, M. and Stokoe, P. (2014) 'Curiosity'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(1), pp. 42-55.
James Fisher’s work on curiosity and the authors’ own thinking in this area

Nyberg, V. and Hertzmann, L. (2014) 'Developing a Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) for Therapeutic Intervention With Couples (MBT-CT)'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2), pp. 116-135.

Rhodes, H. (2014) 'Place: a Sense of Yearning to Belong and to be Recognised'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2), pp. 111-115.

Thompson, K. (2014) 'A taxonomy of kisses'Oxford University Press's Academic Insights for the Thinking World.

Wrottesley, C. (2014) 'An Interview with Barbara Dearnley'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 4(2), pp. 193-203.

2013

Abse, S. (2013) 'When a problem shared is a problem . . .whose illness is it anyway? Questions of technique when working with a borderline couple'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 163-177.

Abse, S. (2013) 'Further thoughts on when a problem shared is a problem... whose illness is it anyway? Questions of technique when working with a borderline couple', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 178-187.

Abse, S. (2013) 'The relational state'Bridges Project Publication Brochure by Counterpoint and Open Society Network

Abse, S. (2013) 'Learning the lessons of client contact'. The Review, May/June (164), pp.37.

Balfour, A. (2013) 'Another country?  Migration, displacement and internal dislocation in old age', in Varchevker, A. and McGinley, E. (ed.)  Enduring migration through the lifecycle. London: Karnac, pp. 109-130.

Balfour, A. (2013) Review of Counselling older adults by J. BlandoAgeing and society, 33(4), pp. 721-723.

Cachia, P. (2013) Review of Men and mothers-the lifelong struggle of sons and their mothers, by Hendrika C.FreudCouple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 258-260.

Cachia, P. (2013) 'A Couple who lost joy'Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 72-86.

Cachia, P. (2013) ‘Planned ending of therapy with a couple who recovered joy’Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 229-243

Clulow, C. (2013) Response to Psychic “Geodes”- the presents of absence. 18th Enid Balint Memorial Lecture 2013 given by professor  Joan Raphael-Leff, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp.156-162.

Clulow, C. (2013) 'Douglas Haldane MBE 1926 -2012. An appreciation' Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 125-127.

Coleman, L. (2013) Review of Object relations and relationality in couple therapy: exploring the middle ground, by James L. PoultonCouple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 256-257.

Glausius, K. & Hertzman, L. (2013) When Parents Separate: Getting it Right for Children, Practitioner pamphlet by TCCR.

Hewison, D. (2013) 'The importance of the couple relationship on mental health'. Journal of Health Visiting, 1(1), pp. 21-26.

Hewison, D. (2013) Review of Treating difficult couples: working from surface to depth by C. BagniniCouple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 103-105.

Hewison, D. (2013) Review of Clinical issues in analyses over the telephone and the internet by Jill Savage Scharff, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 58(4), pp. 572-574.

Hewison, D. (2013) Review of Landscapes of the dark: history, trauma, psychoanalysis by J. SklarJournal of Analytical Psychology, 58(1), pp. 142-143.

Medawar, C. (2013) Review of Family secrets: living with shame from the Victorians to the present day, by Deborah Cohen, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 251-252.

Monzo, R. and Pozzi-Monzo, M. (2013) Comments on The “original couple”: enabling mothers and infants to think about what destroys as well as engenders love, when there has been intimate partner violenceby Sarah Jones and Wendy Bunston Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 87-93.

Nyberg, V. (2013) Review of Private at work, an anthology of Swedish essays, Journal of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 113-115.

O'Connor, M. and Hiller, J. (2013) 'Psychodynamic aspect of psychosexual therapy', in Kirana P.S., Tripodi F., Reisman Y. and Porst H. (ed.)  The EFS and ESSM Syllabus of Clinical Sexology. Amsterdam: European Federation of Sexology, pp. 446-463.

Vaines, S. (2013) Review of Doctor in the house seat: psychoanalysis at the theatre, by Jill Savege Scharff and David Scharff, Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 253-255.

Wrottesley, C. (2013) 'An interview with Pauline Hodson', Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(1), pp. 94-102.

Wrottesley, C. (2013) ‘An interview with Deborah Cohen’ Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 3(2), pp. 244-250(2013)

Wrottesley, C. (2013) Book Review of 'Goss, Phil. Men, Women and Relationships – a Post Jungian approach: Gender Electrics and Magic Beans', Journal of Analytical Psychology, (58), pp. 547-549.

2012

Abse, S. (2012) "Parents as Partners: how the parental relationship affects children's development", commentary on chapter two in How Couple Relationships Shape our World, Clinical Practice, Research and Policy Perspectives. Ed. Balfour, A, Morgan, M., Vincent, V. London: Karnac

Balfour, A. and Lanman, M. (2012) 'An evaluation of time-limited psychodynamic psychotherapy for couples: A pilot study' Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 85, 3, p292–309

Balfour, A. (2012) 'Couple therapy—social engineering or psychological treatment?', in Balfour, A., Morgan, M. and Vincent, C (ed.)  How couple relationships shape our world: clinical practice, research, and policy perspectives. 1 edn. London: Karnac

Clulow, C. (2012) Commentary on Murch, M. ‘The role of the family court system of England and Wales in child-related parental disputes: towards a new concept of the family justice process’. In A. Balfour, M. Morgan & C. Vincent (eds.) How Couple Relationships Shape Our World. Clinical Practice, Research and Policy Perspectives. London: Karnac.

Clulow, C. (2012) Commentary on Leff, J., Asen, E & Schwarzenbach, F. ‘Depression, couple therapy, research, and government policy’. In A. Balfour, M. Morgan & C. Vincent (eds.) How Couple Relationships Shape Our World. Clinical Practice, Research and Policy Perspectives. London: Karnac.

Clulow, C. (2012) ‘Nommer’ et ‘faire honte’ dans la thérapie de couples violents centrée sur l’attachment. In A. Nicolò & A. Eiguer (eds.) La Violence dans la Famille et dans le Couple. Paris: In Press Éditions.

Hertzmann, L. (2012) 'Commentary on Pape Cowan, C. and Cowan P. A. Prevention: intervening with couples at challenging family transition points', in Balfour, A., Morgan, M. and Vincent, C. (ed.) How couple relationships shape our world: clinical practice, research, and policy perspectives. London: Karnac Books

Hewison, D. (2012) 'Approaches to researching the evidence: an exploration of TCCR's research into couple relationships and couple therapy, past and present', in Balfour, A., Morgan, M. and Vincent, C (ed.) How couple relationships shape our world: clinical practice, research, and policy perspectives. London: Karnac

Morgan, M. (2012) 'How couple therapists work with parenting issues', in Balfour, A., Morgan, M. and Vincent, C (ed.) How couple relationships shape our world: clinical practice, research, and policy perspectives. London: Karnac books

Rhodes, H. (2012) 'Her Majesty's department of love? The state and support for couple and family relationships', in Balfour, A., Morgan, M. and Vincent, C (ed.) How couple relationships shape our world: clinical practice, research, and policy perspectives. London: Karnac books

Seghal, A. (2012)  Review of Self within marriage: the foundation for lasting relationships, by Zeitner, R. M. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis,  Vol. 2 (1), pp. 110-112.

2011

Abse, S. (2011) "Couples, Families and Angry Young People – An Unwelcome Truth" Where now for Parenting, Perspectives on Parenting Policy and Practice. Family and Parenting Institute, London

Abse, S. (2011) Letter from The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis 1(1): 97-116 

Clulow, C. (2011) Couple psychoanalysis and couple therapy: context and challenge. Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, 1 (1): 1-19.

Hertzmann, L. "Lesbian and gay couple relationships: When internalized homophobia gets in the way of couple creativity." Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 25(4): 346-360.

Hewison, D. (2011) "I thought he might be better now". A Clinician's Reading of Individuation in von Trier's 'Breaking the Waves'. In: C Hauke & L Hockley (Eds) Jung & Film II - The Return. Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London: Routledge. PP 35-48.

McCann, D. (2011) "Supervision: Making it Work for you." The Trainee Handbook A Guide for Counselling & Psychotherapy Trainees(3): 203-221

Tsatsas, N & Hewison, D. (2011) "Living in Two Languages: A Bilingual Couple Therapist's Experience of Working in the Mother Tongue." Couple and Family Psychoanalysis 1(1): 97-116

2010

Abse, S. (2010) "Family Policy: A Psychoanalytic Perspective." New Associations, British Psychoanalytic Council

Boerma, M. (2010) "Transitions in Couple Therapy" Therapy Today.Net

Clulow, C. (2010) "Attachment Perspectives on Couple Functioning and Couples Interventions." Strengthening Couple Relationships for Optimal Child Development. K. P. M. Schulz. M, Kerig. K and Parke. R D. Washington DC, American Psychological Association: 149-162

Clulow, C. and. Donaghy, M. (2010) "Developing the Couple Perspective in Parenting Support: Evaluation of a Service Initiative for Vulnerable Families." Journal of Family Therapy 32:2, 142-168

Hewison, D. (2010) "Review of David Bell 'Is Truth an Illusion? Psychoanalysis And Postmodernism' IJPA 90.2.331-45." Journal of Analytical Psychology 55(4): 589-593

Hertzmann, L. and. Abse, S (2010)” Mentalization Based Treatment for Inter-Parental Conflict (Parenting Together) A treatment manual”. (unpublished)

McCann, D. (2010) "Coming Out Tales: Adult Sons and Daughters' Feelings About Their Gay Father's Sexual Identity." The Australian And New Zeland Journal of Family Therapy 31(4): 326-337

Morgan, M. (2010) "Unconscious Beliefs About Being A Couple." The Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology 14(1): 36-55

Novakovic, A. (2010) "Community meetings on acute psychiatric wards: a therapeutic intervention or a meaningless exercise?" Mental Health Review Journal 15(3): 45-53

O'Connor, M. (2010) 'Infertility and the fear of creating a couple' BICA Journal of Fertility Counselling Vol 17 NO.2, 2010 p 13-19

Vincent, C. (2010) "Review of Cullington, D, Breaking up Blues: A Guide to Survival and Growth, Routledge, 2008, pp 282." Journal of Family Therapy

2009

Abse, S. (2009). Sexual Dread and the Therapist's Desire. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac103-118.

Balfour, A. (2009). Intimacy and Sexuality in Later Life. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac217-236.

Balfour, A. (2009). "Review of Usher, S.F. What is this thing called Love? A Guide to Psychotherapy with Couples." Journal of Family Therapy 31: 332-334.

Breinlinger,S. (2009). "What is the Evidence Base for Couple Therapy?" Relate Report -The Difference We Make.

Boerma, M. and. Clulow, C (2009). Dynamics and Disorders of Sexual Desire. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac75-101.

Clulow, C. (2009). "Intergenerational Pathways linking attachment security in parents and outcomes in children: A clinical commentary." Attachment and Human Development 11(1): 111-117.

Clulow, C., Ed. (2009). Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. London, Karnac.

Clulow, C. (2009). "How Attachment Shapes Family Relationships" Ed. S. Abse

Hertzmann, L., and Abse, S. (2009b). Parenting Together – from conflict to collaboration. The Review, Resolution Journal, no 144.

Hewison, D. (2009). Power vs. Love in Sadomasochistic Couple Relationships. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives C. Clulow. London, Karnac165-184.

Hewison, D. (2009). "Review of Tuckett, David, Basle, Robert, Birkstead-Breen, Dana, Bohm, Tomas, Denis, Paul, Febro, Antonino, Hinz, Helmut, Jenstedt, Arne, Manotti, Paola & Schubert, Johan (Eds.). Psychoanalysis Comparable & Incomparable. The Evolutions of a Method to Describe and Compare Psychoanalytic Approaches. London: Routledge." Journal of Analytical Psychology 54(5): 721-724.

Hewison, D. (2009) "Marital Therapy" in Basant, P. & Treasaden, I. (eds.) Psychiatry – an evidence-based text for the MRCPsych. London: Hodder Arnold: 78-83.

Kahr, B. (2009). Psychoanalysis and Sexpertise. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac1-23.

Morgan, M. and. Freedman, J. (2009). From Fear of Intimacy to Perversion. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac185-198.

Rosenthall, J. (2009). Perversion as Protection. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac199-215.

Seymour, J. and. Green, L (2009). Loss of Desire: A Psycho-sexual Case Study. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac141-163.

Shmueli, A. and. Rix, S (2009). Loss of Desire and Therapist Dread. Sex, Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. C. Clulow. London, Karnac119-140.

Hertzmann, L. and. Abse, S (2009). "Parenting Together - from Conflict to Collaboration." Parenting UK Bulletin December 09

Thompson, K. and Buss-Twachtmann,C. (2009). "The Impact of Unemployment on The Couple and the Family - A Training Workbook". TCCR Publications

2008

Abse, S. (2008) “Sexual Dread and the Therapist’s Desire” in Sex, Attachment Couple Psychotherapy. Ed. Clulow. C. (Karnac London)

Atkinson, E. and. Murray. Dr C. (2008). "Infertility: The Perspective of a Couple Therapist." Journal of Fertility Counselling Vol 15(2): 17-20.

Boerma, M. (2008). "Marriage as a Psychological Container': Another perspective." SCPP Psychoanalytic Perspectives in Couple Work 2008(4): 53-55.

Hewison, D. (2008). "Review of Glocer Fiorini, L., Bokanowski, T. & Lewkowicz, S (Eds). On Freud's 'Mourning and Melancholia'. London: International Psychoanalytic Association, 2007. Pp 240." Journal of Analytical Psychology 53(3): 449 - 450.

Hewison, D. (2008). "Review of Target, Mary. 'Is our sexuality our own? A developmental model of sexuality based on early affect mirroring', British Journal of Psychotherapy, October 2007, 53, 4, pp 517-30." Journal of Analytical Psychology 53(4): 580-582.

Hewison, D. (2008) Contribution to a review of the role of dreams in couple therapy: “La vita onirica nella coupia e nella famiglia”. Clinica e ricerca psicoanalitica su individuo-coppia-famiglia. 2. 26. 63-64

Novakovic, A. (2008). "Service Evaluation of Multidisciplinary Therapy on an Acute Psychiatric Ward." Mental Health Review Journal 13(3): 32-39.

2007

Abse, S. (2007). “The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships – Myths, Legends and Reality”. The Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust News, February 2007.

Abse, S. (2007). "Review of Coles, Prophecy (ED). Sibling Relationships. London: Karnac Books, 2006." Journal of Analytical Psychology 52(4): 509-511

Balfour, A. (2007). Factors, Phenomenolgy and Psychoanalytic Contributions to Dementia Care. Looking Into Later Life. A Psychoanalytic Approach to Depression, Dementia and Old Age. Davenhill. London, Karnac.

Balfour, A., Davenhill, R., Rustin, M. (2007). Psychodynamic Observation and Old Age. Looking into Later Life. A Psychoanalytic Approach to Depression, Dementia and Old Age. Davenhill. London, Karnac: 129-144.

Balfour, A. and. Amos, A (2007). Couple Psychotherapy: Separateness or Separation? Looking Into Later Life. A Psychoanalytic Approach to Depression, Dementia and Old Age. Davenhill. London, Karnac: 75-89.

Clulow, C. (2007). "John Bowlby and Couple Psychotherapy'." Attachment and Human Development 9(4): 343 - 353.

Clulow, C. (2007). "Attachment, Couples and the Talking Cure." Therapy Today 18(6).

Clulow, C. (2007). "Marriage, Partnership and Adult Attachment." Sexual and Relationship Therapy 22(3).

Clulow, C. (2007). "Attachment, Idealisation and Violence in Couple Relationships." Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Couple Work(3): 11-24.

Clulow, C. (2007). Can Attachment Theory help define what is mutative in Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy? Couple Attachments: Theoretical and Clinical Studies. M. N. Ludlam, V. London, Karnac.

Clulow, C. (2007). Editor's Preface to Families and Democracy. 53rd Conference of the International Commission on Couple and Family Relationships, Lyon.

Fisher, J. (2007). The Marriage of the Macbeths. Couple Attachments: Theoretical and Clinical Studies. M. N. Ludlum, V. London, Karnac

Hewison, D. (2007). The Power of Our Attachment to Theory - Or Oedipus meets Ganesh. Couple Attachments: Theoretical and Clinical Studies. M. N. Ludlam, V. London, Karnac: 171-188.  

Hewison, D. (2007) “Who is it that can tell me who I am? The journal of a psychotherapist”. GB: intheconsultingroom.com. In: Journal of Analytical Psychology 52, 3, 273-274.

Hewison, D. (2007) Review of Izod, J. “Screen, Culture, Psyche”. Hove: Routledge & Waddell, T.

Morgan, M. (2007). "What Does Ending Mean in Couple Psychotherapy." Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Couple Work(3): 50-62.

2006

Abse, S. (2006). "Review of White, Kate (Ed). Attachment and Sexuality in Clinical Practice. The John Bowlby Memorial Conference Monograph 2004. London: Karnac, 2005." Journal of Analytical Psychology 51(1): 156-158.

Abse, S. (2006). "When a problem shared is a problem. Who's illness is it anyway? Questions of technique when working with a borderline couple." Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Couple Work(2). 

Balfour, A. (2006). "Thinking about the experience of demetia: The importance of the unconscious." Journal of Social Work Practice 20(No. 3): 329-346.

Clulow, C. (2006). Couple psychotherapy and attachment theory. New Paradigms for Treating Relationships. J. a. S. Savege Scharff, D. New York:, Aronson: (pp 253-266). 

Clulow, C. (2006). New focuses on partnership between the sexes and within the generations. Demographic Challenges: Family Needs Partnership, Vienna: Federal Ministry of Social Security, Generations and Consumer Protection. 

Clulow, C. (2006). Working with Difficult Couples in the Family Justice System. Durable Solutions: The Collected Papers of the 2005 Dartington Hall Conference. T. R. H. J. a. B. Thorpe, R. Bristol, Family Law: 67 - 77. 

Hewison, D. (2006). "Art and the human psyche in a changing world." Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists. 44((1)): 68-75.

Hewison, D. (2006). "Psychotherapie psychanalytic de couple au Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships, a Londres." Dialogue. Recherches Cliniques et Sociologiques sur le Couple et la Famille Therapie psychoanalytique(2): 53 - 72.

Hewison, D. (2006) Book Review of Izod, J. (2006) “Screen, Culture, Psyche”. Hove: Routledge & Waddell, T. (2006) “Mis/Takes”. Hove: Routledge. In: Journal of Analytical Psychology 52, 2, 238-240.

Hewison, D. (2006). "Journal Review of Casement, Patrick. "The Emperors New Clothes: Some serious problems in psychoanalytic training" International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2005, 86, Part IV, pp.1143-60." Journal of Analytical Psychology 51(4): 607-609.

Hewison, D. (2006). "Contribution to a Review of the Role of Dreams in Couple Therapy: "La Vita Onirica nella coupia e nalla Famiglia"." Interazioni - Clinica e Ricerca Psicoanalitica su Individuo-coppia-famiglia 2(26): 63-64.

Hewison, D. (2006). "Supervising Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A View from the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships." British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision Newsletter(December): 2-5.

Lanman, M. (2006). "Working with Couples." Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal (April): 18-20.

Rosenthall, J. (2006). "Where is My Mother?" Infant Observation 9(3): 281-293.

Shmueli, A. (2006). "A Meeting of the minds?" Family Law(May): 22-24.

2005

Abse S. (2005). "Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy." The Psychotherapist 27(Summer): 9-10.

Clulow, C. (2005). "Couples and parenting: missing the link?" Couples and Parenting. Sexual and Relationship Therapy 20(3).

Clulow, C. (2005). Partnership and Marriage. Human Development. An Introduction to the Psychodynamics of Growth, Maturity and Ageing. E. w. J. Raynor, A., Rose, J., Twyman, M. and Clulow, C. London, Brunner Routledge.

Cudmore, L. (2005). "Becoming parents in the context of loss." Couples and Parenting. Sexual and Relationship Therapy 20(3)

Hewison, D. (2005). "Sex and the Imagination in Therapy and Supervision." Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Couple Work 1: 72-87.

Hewison, D. (2005). "Come essere uno in ude: la terapia psicoanalitica di coppia." Ricerca Psicoanalitica XVI(2).

Morgan, M. (2005). "Assessing couples for psychoanalytic psychotherapy." Mellanrummet 12

Shmueli, A. (2005). "On thinking of parents as adults in divorce and separation." Couples and Parenting. Sexual and Relationship Therapy 20(3).

2004

Balfour, A. (2004) ‘The couple, their marriage, and Oedipus: or, problems come in twos and threes’. In: Grier F. (Ed) Oedipus & the Couple. London: Karnac pp49-72

Clulow, C. (2004) ‘Reflections on the commission on couple and family relationship’. In: New Harmonies: Families holding relationship, work and the generation in balance. Proceedings of the 50th International Conference of the ICCFR, Lowen, Belgium 2003, pp 20-21

Hewison, D. (2004) Critical Notice of: Shamdasani, S. Jung and the making of modern psychology: the dream of a science. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Journal of Analytical Psychology 49, 4, 576-581

Lanman, M.. (2004) ‘The painful truth’. In: Grier F. (Ed) Oedipus & the Couple. London: Karnac pp141-162.

Morgan, M. (2004) ‘On being able to be a couple: the importance of a “creative couple” in psychic life’. In: Grier F. (Ed) Oedipus & the Couple. London: Karnac pp9-30.

Rosenthall, J. (2004) ‘Oedipus gets married: an investigation of a couple’s shared oedipal drama.’ In: Grier F. (Ed) Oedipus & the Couple. London: Karnac pp181-20

2003

Clulow, C. (2003). Guest Comment - comments of parenting after divorce, Parentline Plus. (2003). Less is More. The Bulletin, One Plus One. 7.

Clulow, C. (2003). Foreword. The Counselling of Couple in Healthcare Settings: a Handbook for Clinicians. D'Ardenne, P., and Morrod, D. London, Whurr: vii-ix.

Clulow, C. (2003). "An Attachment Perspective on Reunions in Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy." Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies 5(3).

Clulow, C. (2003). Foreword. Couples and Sex: An Introduction to Relationship Dynamics and Psychosexual Concepts. Martin-Sperry, C. Abingdon, Radcliffe Medical Press: 184.

Clulow, C. (2003). Loss, Anxiety and the Capacity to Change. Mediation und Kinderbegleitung. Salzburg, Germany, Bundesministerium für soziale Sicherheit und Generationen: 52-57.

Clulow, C., and Vincent, C. (2003). Working with Divorcing Partners. The Practitioners Guide to Working with Families. Bell, M. and. Wilson, K. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

Davenhill, R., Balfour, A., Rustin, M., Blanchard, M., and Tress, K. (2003). "Looking into Later Life: Psychodynamic Observation and Old Age." Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 17(3): 253-266.

Hewison, D. (2003). Book Review of Wool Gathering or How I Ended Analysis. Gunn, D. Hove, Brunner-Routledge, Journal of Analytical Psychology. 48: 124-125.

Hewison, D. (2003). Book Review of An Introduction to Meaning and Purpose in Analytical Psychology. Mathers, D. Hove, Brunner-Routledge, Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 76: 103-104.

Hewison, D. (2003). "Searching for the Facts in the Clinical Setting with Couples." Journal of Analytical Psychology 48: 341-354.

Hewison, D. (2003). "'Oh Rose, Thou Art Sick!': Anti-Individuation Forces in the Film American Beauty." Journal of Analytical Psychology 48: 683-704.

Hewison, D. (2003). Book Review of Learning From Our Mistakes: Beyond Dogma in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Casement, P. Hove, Brunner-Routledge, Journal of Analytical Psychology. 48: 729-30.

Lanman, M. (2003). "Assessment for Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy." British Journal of Psychotherapy 19(3).

Lanman, M., Grier, F. and Evans, C. (2003). "Objectivity in Psychoanalytic Assessment of Couple Relationships." British Journal of Psychiatry (182): 255-260.

Lanman, M., and Grier, F. (2003). "Evaluating Change in Couple Functioning: a Psychoanalytic Perspective." Sexual and Relationship Therapy 18(1): 13-24.

Shmueli, A. (2003). Review of Manuscript Ref 130-3: The Adult Attachment Q-Set (AABQ): An Observational Measure of Dyadic Interaction Based on the Adult Attachment Interview. The Adult Attachment Q-Set (AABQ): An Observational Measure of Dyadic Interaction Based on the Adult Attachment Interview. London, Attachment and Human Development.

2002

Clulow, C. (2002). See annotation. The New Dictionary of Pastoral Studies. Carr, W. et. al. London, SPCK.

Clulow, C., Evans, C., Shmueli, A. and Vincent, C. (2002). "Is Empirical Research Compatible with Clinical Practice?" British Journal of Psychotherapy 19(1).

Rosenthall, J. (2002). "Couple Counselling Within Primary Care." Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal 2(33).

Rosenthall, J. (2002). "Second Time Round." Famiglie Ricostituite e Nuove Filiazioni 1: 41-52. (2002). "Sharing a Heart - The Dilemma of a Fused Couple." SPMP Bulletin.

2001

2001 CLULOW, C., RIDDELL, J., AND SHMUELI, A. ‘Working with intangible loss,’ in C. Clulow (ed) Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy, Brunner: Routledge.

2001 CLULOW, C. (Ed.) Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy. The ‘Secure Base’ in Practice and Research. London: Brunner-Routledge

2001 JUDD, D ‘To Walk the last Bit on my Own’ – Narcissistic independence or identification with good objects. Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

2001 CLULOW, C Counselling in Domestic Violence Situations, Relate Newsletter, Issue 70, March 2001

2001 OLNEY, F. ‘The Counsellor and the Couple’, Counselling in Practice, 7(1), Jan 2001.

2001 VINCENT, C. Book Review: ‘Jung and the Postmodern: The Interpretation of Realities’ Routledge. Journal of Analytical Psychology.

2000

2000 CLULOW, C A note on Wolves and the Woof. Newsletter of the Goldsmiths Association of Group Psychotherapists, Vol 1, No 3. Pp 1-3.

2000 CLULOW, C Supporting Marriage in the Theatre of Divorce. In Thorpe, M and Clarke, E (eds) No Fault or Flaw. The Future of the Family Law Act 1996. Bristol: Jordan.

2000 JUDD, D ‘The Never Land – loss of an idealised pre-birth place and the gain of a thinking mind’. Journal of Child Psychotherapy vol. 26(2) August 2000. Pages 235-257

2000 CLULOW, C. ‘Marriage/Relationship counselling’, in M. Davis (ed) The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work, Oxford, Blackwell, pp206-208

2000 VINCENT, C. ‘Clinical reflections on unresolved and unclassifiable states of mind’, in C. Clulow (ed) Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy: the Secure Base in Practice and Research, (chap. 7) Brunner Routledge.

2000 VINCENT, C. ‘Sexuality and the Older Woman’. Literature review submitted to the Pennell Initiative for Women’s Health.

1999

1999 HALDANE, D. AND VINCENT, C. Threesomes in Psychodynamic Couple Psychotherapy. Sexual & Marital Therapy. Vol. 13, No.4, pp 385-396.

1999 FISHER J. The Uninvited Guest. Emerging from Narcissism towards Marriage. London: Karnac.

1999 STANTON, M. Primal absence and loss. In Mann, D (ed) Erotic transference and countertransference: Clinical practice in psychotherapy. London: Routledge.

1999 CLULOW, C Bindungsmuster und Kommunikation in der Ehe. Publ. Details: Wege zum Menschen 51, 6 pp319-331

1999 JUDD, D ‘Bereavement’ – leaflet. Published by the Child Psychotherapy Trust.

1999 TARSH, H & BOLLINGHAUS, E. ‘Shared Unconscious Phantasy: Reality or Illusion?’ Published in ‘Sexual & Marital Therapy’. Vol.14 No. 2, 1999

1998

1998 CLULOW, C Gender, Attachment and Communication in Marriage. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 13, 4 pp 449-640

1998 LANMAN, M. Seeing couples. Counselling, August, 9 3, pp217-218.

1998 LANMAN, M. The Human Container: containment as an active process. Psychodynamic Counselling, 4, 4, November, pp 463-472.

1998 RUSZCZYNSKI, S. The 'Marital Triangle': Towards 'Triangular Space' in the Intimate Couple Relationship. Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists. Vol. 34, No. 31, pp. 33-47.

1998 HALDANE, D. AND VINCENT C. The Loan Therapist, the Couple and their Problem: Reflections on Threesomes. Bulletin of the Society of Psychoanalytical Marital Psychotherapists. Issue 5., pp 10-17.

1997

1997 HUGHES L. and PENGELLY P. Staff Supervision in a Turbulent Environment, London: Jessica Kingsley.

1997 MATTINSON, J. The Deadly Equal Triangle, London: Tavistock Marital Studies Institute.

1997 CLULOW, C. Roots of Irrationality in Marriage. The Bulletin (Journal of Catholic Marriage Care) Vol 37 No 145 pp 8-17.

1997 CLULOW, C. Editorial: Communicating Across Therapeutic Cultures. Sexual and Marital Therapy. Vol. 12, No. 1 pp 3-4.

1997 CUDMORE, L. The Loss of the Fantasy Baby. Journal of Fertility Counselling, Vol. 4 (2), pp 16-18.

1997 FISHER, J.V., and CRANDELL, L.E. Complex Attachment: Patterns of Relating in the Couple, Sexual & Marital Therapy. Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 211-223.

1997 JUDD, D. Mourning. Journal of Fertility Counselling. Vol. 4 (2), pp. 19-20.

1997 JUDD, D. Understanding the Inner World of the Child. Feedback: Magazine of the Family Therapy Association of Ireland. Vol. 7 (1), pp 24-27.

1997 JUDD, D. A Psychoanalytic Understanding of the Child with Cancer. Newsletter of the Psychosocial Oncology Society. September, pp 6-8.

1997 JUDD, D. and CUDMORE, L. The Impact of a Child's Death on the Parents' Relationships. In A Portrait of Family Grief: Babies, Children, Trauma, Grief and Crisis. Conference Proceedings. London: Child Bereavement Trust.

1997 RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Oedipus Revisited: Transference Enactments in Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy, Interazioni. Vol. 2, pp. 11-26.

1997 RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Facts of Life. Relate Annual Review. pp. 
14-15.

1997 SHMUELI, A., and CLULOW, C. Marital Therapy: Definition and Development. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. Vol. 10, pp. 247-250.

1997 VINCENT, C. The Impact of the Client's Emotional State. Newsletter of the National Council for Family Proceedings. Issue 11. pp 11-14.

1996

CUDMORE, L. (1996) Infertility and the Couple. In Clulow C. (ed) Partners Becoming Parents, London, Sheldon.

CUDMORE, L. (1996) Fertility Counselling: A Couple Approach. In Journal of Fertility Counselling Vol 3. No 2.

CUDMORE, L. (1996) In Parenting Forum. Spring 1996. Issue No. 2: Who's Fit to be a Parent: Mukti Jain Campion, Routledge 1995.

CLULOW, C. (1996) Editor Partners Becoming Parents, London, Sheldon.

1996 CLULOW, C. Are Two Parents Necessary? In Clulow (ed) Partners Becoming Parents, London Sheldon.

1996 CLULOW, C. Preventing Marriage Breakdown: Towards a New Paradigm. Sexual and Marital Therapy. Vol 11, No 4 pp 343-351.

1996 CLULOW, C. Is Marriage Necessary? In Haldane, D. and Love F. (eds) Marriage Now: Asking Questions. Edinburgh Marriage Counselling Scotland.

1996 CLULOW, C. The Information Session, in National Council for Family Proceedings Newsletter, Winter. No. 9, pp. 2-8.

1996 COLMAN, W. Aspects of Anima and Animus in Oedipal Development. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 41, No. 1, pp. 37-57.

1996 RUSZCZYNSKI, S. The Secret Contract in Marriage. In Family Secrets, British Association of Psychotherapists. Monograph No. 6, February.

1996 RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Enid Balint and the beginning of the Psychoanalytical Understanding and Treatment of the Marital Relationship. Bulletin of the Society of Psychoanalytical Marital Psychotherapists, Vol. 3 pp 4-7.

1996 ROSENTHALL, J. Love is Lovelier the Second Time Around. In Clulow, C. (eds) Partners Becoming Parents. London: Sheldon.

1996 JUDD D, & ERSKINE A. American edition of 'The Imaginative Body - Psychodynamic Therapy in Healthcare'. Published by Jason Aronson, edited by D.Judd & A. Erskine.

1995

(1995). BALFOUR, AW  Account of a study aiming to explore the experience of dementia. Psychologists' Special Interest Group in the Elderly Newsletter, 53: 15-19.

(1995). CLULOW, C.F. (ed) Women, Men and Marriage. London: Sheldon Press. pp. 168.

(1995). CLULOW, C. Who Cares? Implications of Caring Responsibilities for Couples and Families, Sexual and Marital Therapy - 10:1 pp 63-68.

(1995). CLULOW, C. Marriage and Families in the Nineties. The Bulletin of the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council. Vol. 35. No 138 - April pp 1-11.

(1995). CLULOW, C. Mental Health and Planning a Pregnancy. In Thomas V. Wesson, H.Corcoran, C & Sullivan K. The Preconceptual Handbook: Support and Advice for Health Practitioners, London: West London Health Promotion Agency.

(1995). CLULOW, C.F. Marriage: A New Millennium? In Clulow, C. (ed) Women, Men and Marriage. London: Sheldon Press.

(1995). CUDMORE, L. The impact of infertility on couples. New Generation (NCT Journal)

(1995). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. My Partner, Myself. In Clulow, C. (ed) Women, Men and Marriage. London: Sheldon Press.

(1995). COLMAN, W. Cross-Gender Identifications in Heterosexual Couples. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11. No. 4, pp. 522-535.

(1995). PENGELLY, P. Working with partners: counselling the couple and collaborating in the team. In Jennings, S. (ed) Infertility Counselling. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

(1995). PENGELLY, P. INGLIS, M. and CUDMORE, L. Infertility: couples' experiences and the use of counselling in treatment centres. In Psychodynamic Counselling, 1, No. 4, pp. 507-524.

(1995) RUSZCZYNSKI, S. and FISHER, J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple. London: Karnac Books.

(1995). COLMAN, W. Gesture and Recognition: An Alternative Model to Projective Identification as a Basis for Couple Relationships. In Ruszczynski, S. and Fisher J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.

(1995). FISHER, J. Identity and Intimacy in the Couple: Three Kinds of Identification. In Ruszczynski, S. and Fisher, J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.London: Karnac Books.

(1995). FISHER, J. Co-editor with Ruszczynski, S. Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple. London. Karnac Books. (1995). FISHER, J. with RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Introduction in Ruszczynski, S and Fisher, J (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.. London. Karnac Books.

(1995). FISHER, J. In Discussion with Donald Meltzer. In Ruszczynski, S. and Fisher, J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.. London. Karnac Books.

(1995). MORGAN, M. The Projective Gridlock: A Form of Projective Identification in Couple Relationships. In Ruszczynski, S. and Fisher, J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.. London: Karnac Books.

(1995). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Narcissistic Object Relating. In Ruszczynski, S. and Fisher, J. (eds) Intrusiveness and Intimacy in the Couple.. London: Karnac Books.

(1995). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Between Narcissistic and More Mature Object Relating: Narcissism and the Couple. In Cooper, J. and Maxwell, H. (eds) Narcissistic Wounds: Clinical Perspectives. Whurr Publishers.

(1995). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. From Narcissistic to Mature Object Relating: Narcissism and the Couple. In Cooper, J. and Maxwell, H. (eds) Narcissistic Wounds: Clinical Perspectives. London: Whurr Publishers.

(1995). VINCENT, C. Consulting to Divorcing Couples. Family Law, Dec 1995, Vol 25 pp 678-681.

(1995). VINCENT, C. Love in the Countertransference. In Bulletin of Society of Psychoanalytical Marital Psychotherapy. May 1995 No. 2 pp 4-10.

(1995). VINCENT. C. Children Living with Domestic Violence: Putting Mens' Abuse of Women on the Child Care Agenda by Mullender. A. & Morley. R. London: Whiting & Birch, 1995. In: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1996, Vol 36. No. 1.

1994

(1994). CLULOW, C.F. Lawyers and stress: the family connection. Legal Executive Journal. May. pp 28-29.

(1994). CLULOW, C.F. Balancing care and control: the supervisory relationship as a focus for promoting organisational health. In Obholzer, A. and Roberts, V. (eds) The unconscious at work. London: Routledge.

(1994). CLULOW, C.F. Grenzubersschreitende Ehen: Nationale, Ethnische und Religiose Unterschiede in der Partnerschaft. Wege Zum Menschen. 46. No. 6, pp 376-380.

(1994). CLULOW, C.F. Obituary: Enid Balint Edmonds. Sexual and Marital therapy 9. No. 3, p 301.

(1994). COLMAN, W. Encountering the erotic spirit: love, desire and infatuation. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 39. No. 4. pp. 497-514.

(1994). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Working with couples - a psychoanalytic perspective. Catholic Marriage Advisory Council Bulletin, 34. No. 134, pp 1-10.

(1994). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Robin Skynner: 'One flesh, separate persons'. In Crown, S. and Freeman, H. (eds) The book of psychiatric books. New York: Jason Aronson.

(1994). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Enactment as countertransference. Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapists. No. 27, July 1994.

(1994). HUGHES, L. and PENGELLY, P. Who cares if the room is cold? Practicalities, projections and the trainer's authority. In Yelloly, M. and Henkel, M. (eds) Learning and teaching in social work. London: Jessica Kingsley Publications.

1993

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. Making sense of marriage breakdown and the role of the professional. Australian Family Lawyer, 8. No. 4, pp 17-20.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. Connections. Australian Family Lawyer, 9. No. 1, pp 22-25.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. Marriage across frontiers: national, ethnic and religious differences in partnership. Sexual and Marital therapy, 8. No. 1, pp 81-87. and in Catholic Marriage Advisory Council Bulletin, 33. No. 129, pp 9-12.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. Impasses of divorce: which ways forward? Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 31. No. 2, pp 244-248.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. (ed) Rethinking marriage: public and private perspectives. London: Karnac Books. pp 146.

(1993). COLMAN, W. Fidelity as a moral achievement. In Clulow, C. F. (ed) Rethinking marriage: public and private perspectives. London: Karnac Books.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. Rethinking marriage. In Clulow, C.F. (ed) Rethinking marriage: public and private perspectives. London: Karnac Books.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. 'Good enough' marriage. In Clulow, C.F. (ed) Rethinking marriage: public and private perspectives. London: Karnac Books.

(1993). CLULOW, C.F. New families? Changes in society and family relationships. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 8. No. 3, pp 269-273.

(1993). COHEN, N., FISHER, J. and CLULOW, C.F. Predicting engagement with psychoanalytical couple psychotherapy. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 8. No. 3, pp 217-230.

1993 COLMAN, W. Celebrating the phallus. Catholic Marriage Advisory Council Bulletin, 33. No. 129, pp 16-21.

(1993). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples: theory and practice at the Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies. London: Karnac Books. pp 236.

(1993). COLMAN, W. Marriage as a psychological container. In Ruszczynski, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac Books.

(1993). COLMAN, W. The individual and the couple. In Ruszczynski, S. Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac Books.

(1993). FISHER, J. The impenetrable other: ambivalence and the Oedipal conflict in work with couples. In Ruszczynski, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac Books.

(1993) RUSZCZYNSKI, S. The theory and practice of the Tavistock Marital Studies Institute. In Ruszczynski, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac Books.

(1993) RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Thinking about and working with couples. In Ruszczynski, S. (ed) Psychotherapy with couples. London: Karnac Books.

1992

(1992). CLULOW, C.F. in De'Ath, E. and Slater, D. (eds) Parenting threads: caring for children when couples part. London: National Stepfamily Association.

(1992). CUDMORE, L. The impact of infertility on the couple relationship. In Infertility and Adoption. Eds. Reich.D. and Burnell, A Post Adoption Centre Publication.

(1992). MORGAN, M. Therapist gender and psychoanalytic couple psychotherapy. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 7. No. 2, pp 141-156.

(1992). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Notes towards a psychoanalytic understanding of the couple relationship. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 6. No. 1, pp 33-48.

(1992-3). CLULOW, C.F. Only connect. A series of columns in Family Law, 22-3.

* Only connect. 22. July, p 277. Introduction to the series, which bridges the worlds of couple therapy and family law. * Why difficult clients? 22. August, p 354. Examines the impact of change on clients' behaviour in the context of separation and divorce. * Why difficult solicitors? 22. September, p 398. Examines the impact of change on professional behaviour in the family law context. * Is it catching? 22. October, p 454 On the contagious nature of anxiety in practitioner-client relationships. * Unconscious communications. 22. November, p 502. Illustrates unconscious communications in the context of a solicitor-client relationship. * Out of bounds. 22. December, p 559. On boundaries in professional relationships. * Professional distance. January, p 39 On distance regulation in professional relationships. Linguistic dispossession. 23. February, p 91. On the use of language in the family law context. * Scene setting. 23. March, p 155. Addresses issues arising in the first meeting between solicitors and their clients. * Managing feelings. 23. April, p 242-243. On managing ambivalence and staying in role in the context of divorce work. * Decoding experience. 23. May, p 306. On the concepts of transference and countertransference in the context of the family justice system. * Containment. 23. June, p 359. On the concept of containment in the context of the family justice system. * Referral. 23. July, p 427. On the dynamics of referral in the context of the family justice system.

1991

(1991). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Unemployment and marriage - the psychological meaning of work. Journal of Social Work Practice, 5. No. 1, pp 19-30.

(1991). CLULOW, C.F. Making, breaking and remaking marriage. In Clark, D. (ed) Marriage, domestic life and social change. Writings for Jacqueline Burgoyne (1944 - 88). London & New York: Routledge.

(1991). CLULOW, C.F. The chronically ill child and the parents' marriage: interactive effects. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 7. No. 4, pp 331-340.

(1991). COLMAN, W. Envy, self-esteem and the fear of separateness. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 7. No. 4, pp 356-367.

(1991). CLULOW, C.F. Partners becoming parents: A question of difference. Infant Mental Health Journal, 12. No. 3, pp 255-265.

(1991). RUSZCZYNSKI, S. Books reconsidered: One flesh, separate persons. British Journal of Psychiatry, 158. pp 868-870.

(1991). WOODHOUSE, D. and PENGELLY, P. Anxiety and the dynamics of collaboration. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. pp 277.

(1991). CLULOW, C.F. Introduction to Stepfamilies in a changing world. London: National Stepfamily Association.

(1991). CLULOW, C.F.(guest editor) Special issue on marriage and couple work. Journal of Social Work Practice, 5. No. 2.

(1991). COHEN, N. Marriages interculturels: une différence-écran. Dialogue. Recherches cliniques et sociologiques sur le couple et la famille . No. 113, pp 41-48.

1990

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. The psychological experience of parents and children in divorce. In Standing Committee for Interdisciplinary Co-operation in Family Proceedings: The training implications of the Children Act. Papers presented at a conference in Bristol, 3-4 November 1989.

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. Marriage in the 1990s. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 5. No. 1, pp 25-38. 

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. (ed) Marriage, disillusion and hope: papers celebrating forty years of the Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies. London: Karnac Books/TIMS. pp 128. 

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. Divorce as bereavement: similarities and differences. Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 28. No. 1, pp 19-22. 

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. Training implications of the Children Act 1989: the 'check-list' and divorce proceedings. Family Law, 20. July, pp 263-66. 

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. Violence et familles: gestion des conflits. Réalites Familiales, 16. October, pp 18-24. 

(1990). CLULOW, C.F. Sexueller mißbrauch innerhalb der familia. Wege Zum Menschen, 42. No. 8, pp 496-503. 

(1990). HUFFINGTON, C. and FISHER, J. The 'bringing forth' of learning. Conext, Winter 1990/1991. No. 7, pp 22-7. 

(1990). WOODHOUSE, D.W. Non-medical marital therapy: the growth of the Institute of Marital Studies. In Trist, E. and Murray, H. (eds) The social engagement of social science. Vol. 1. London: Free Association Books.

1989

(1989). CLULOW, C.F. The adversarial ego. Solicitors Family Law Association Newsletter. No. 26, p 104. 

(1989). CLULOW, C.F. Does marriage matter? In Chester, R. Does marriage matter? Three perspectives. London: Marriage Research Centre.

(1989). CLULOW, C.F. Second marriage. In National Stepfamily Association: Working with stepfamilies. Cambridge: N.S.A.

(1989). CLULOW, C.F. Child applications and contested divorce. Family Law, 19. May, pp 198-200.

(1989). CLULOW, C.F. and MATTINSON, J. Marriage inside out: understanding problems of intimacy. Harmondsworth: Penguin. pp 198.

(1989). COHEN, N. Reflections on the November 1988 issue of the Journal of Social Work Practice. Journal of Social Work Practice, 4. No. 1, pp 107-108.

(1989). COLMAN, W. On call: the work of a telephone helpline for child abusers. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. pp 82.

(1989). DEARNLEY, B. et al. Learning supervision: social work supervision in a local authority. London: Wandsworth Social Services Department. pp 74.

1988

(1988). CLULOW, C.F. Marriage: losing our illusions. Values, 3. No. 1, pp 8-10.

(1988). CLULOW, C. et al. Responding to involuntary childlessness. Den Haag: Nederlandse Gezinsraad Instituut voor Primaire Leefvormen.

(1988). COLMAN, W. After the Fall: original loss and the limits of redemption. Free Associations, 13. pp 59-83.

(1988). MATTINSON, J.M. Work, love and marriage: the impact of unemployment. London: Duckworth. pp 222.

(1988). MATTINSON, J.M. Love on the dole. The Guardian, 8 June.

1987

(1987). CLULOW, C.F. and VINCENT, C. In the child's best interests? Divorce court welfare and the search for a settlement. London: Tavistock, Sweet and Maxwell. pp 272.

(1987). CLULOW, C. Petitioning for a clean break. The Guardian 1 July. 

(1987). CLULOW, C. Being more than two: Impacts of children on married couples. Gloucester: Gloucestershire Association for Family Life. pp 16.

1986

(1986). BALFOUR, F., CLULOW, C.F., and DEARNLEY, B. The outcome of maritally focused psychotherapy offered as a possible model for marital psychotherapy outcome studies. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 3. No. 2, pp 133-143.

(1986). CLULOW, C.F., DEARNLEY, B., and BALFOUR, F. Shared phantasy and therapeutic structure in a brief marital psychotherapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 3. No. 2, pp 124-132.

(1986) CLULOW, C.F. Research into practice. Marriage Guidance, 22. No. 1, pp 7-15.

1986 CLULOW, C.F. Social aspects of the experience of early parenthood. In Family and Social Action: Couples and children. London: F.S.A.