Since 2017, I Peer-Review articles submitted to professional and academic journals such as Counselling and Psychotherapy Research and the British Journal of Pain. I am unable to detail here which published articles I have peer-reviewed as this is an anonymous process to ensure rigour and the publication of well conducted and clearly written up research. In 2020, I began to edit articles before submission to professional journals and subsequent successful publication.
Below, you will find a selection of my own publications.
If you would like to discuss editing of your own work, prior to submission for consideration of publication.
Essentials Magazine, 2020
a selection of articles for this free local publication including the following areas: happiness and positive psychology, thoughts and thought patterns, health anxiety and the teenage brain. Using a question and answer format to provide evidence-based information and management.
Professional opinion requested by Therapy Today Journal, July 2019 (vol 30 issue 6 p. 40-41)
for the Talking Point section looking at meeting people who talk about their mental health difficulties when you are attending a social event such as a wedding.
Essentials Magazine, 2019
a selection of articles for this free local publication including the following topics of: depression, anxiety, pet bereavement and panic. Using a question and answer format to address signs and symptoms and their management.
Professional Opinion requested by Therapy Today journal, July 2016 (vol 27 issue 6 p. 4)
on the findings of a piece of research looking at the incidence and prevalence of chronic pain in the UK.
Journal article to Therapy Today, June 2016 (vol 27 issue 5)"Chronic pain and the self".
Discussing how chronic pain affects our self-concept (how we view ourselves) and proposing a model of change which suggests self- acceptance (to a with-pain-self concept) helps us to live more easily and fully with our chronic pain, rather than despite it. Discusses my pain experiences, and what I have observed in clinical practice.
Letter to BACP Private Practice, October 2015.
I wrote a letter in response to an article explaining why Mindfulness practice is not "spiritual bypassing" but a challenging way to sit with our more difficult/hard emotions such as anger and grief.