Psychological distress, therapy and wellbeing

Clare, L. (2002). We’ll fight it as long as we can: coping with the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Aging and Mental Health, 6, 139-148.

Eatough, V., & Smith, J.A .(2006). I was like a wild wild person: Understanding feelings of anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Psychology, 97, 483-498.

Howes, H., Benton, D. & Edwards, S. (2005). Women’s Experience Of Brain Injury: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Psychology and Health, 20: 1, 129–142.

Kam, S. & Midgeley, N. (2006). Exploring ‘Clinical Judgement’: How Do Child and Adolescent Mental Health Professionals Decide Whether a Young Person Needs Individual Psychotherapy? Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 11:1, 27–44.

Larkin, M., Clifton, E. & De Visser, R.. (2009). Making sense of ‘consent’ in a constrained environment. International Journal of Law & Psychiatry, 32, 176-183.

Oke, N., Rostill-Brookes, H., Larkin, M. (2012) Against the odds: Foster carers’ perceptions of family, commitment and belonging in successful placements. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. doi: 10.1177/1359104511426398

Pitt, L., Kilbride, M., Nothard, S., Welford, M., & Morrison, A.P. (2007). Researching recovery from psychosis: a user-led project. Psychiatric Bulletin, 31, 55-60.

Rhodes, J. & Smith, J.A. (2010).  “The top of my head came off .” An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of depression. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 23:4, 399-409.

Rostill, H., Larkin, M., Toms, A., Churchman, C. (2011). A shared experience of fragmentation: making sense of foster placement breakdown.  Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 16:1,103-127 . doi:10.1177/1359104509352894

Shinebourne, P. & Smith, J.A. (2010). The communicative power of metaphors: An analysis and interpretation of metaphors in accounts of the experience of addiction. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 83, 59–73.