Publications

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See a broad range of work by Centre members including books, book chapters, practice research outputs and articles.

See below for the 20 most recent publications from the Centre. For more please visit Goldsmiths Research Online.

Documenting torture and ill-treatment of children and adolescents: Current practices and challenges
Mukamel, Maya and Cohen, Keren . 2019. Documenting torture and ill-treatment of children and adolescents: Current practices and challenges. Torture Journal, 29(1), pp. 141-142. ISSN 1018-8185 [Article]

The Lived Experiences of Turkish Perpetrators’ Engagement in Domestic Violence Interventions
Turhan, Zeynep . 2019. The Lived Experiences of Turkish Perpetrators’ Engagement in Domestic Violence Interventions. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London [Thesis]

Music Therapy with Children and Parents: Toward an Ecological Attitude
Flower, Claire . 2019. Music Therapy with Children and Parents: Toward an Ecological Attitude. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London [Thesis]

‘It’s a no-win scenario, either the police or the gang will get you’ Young people and organised crime – vulnerable or criminal?
Thompson, Naomi . 2019. ‘It’s a no-win scenario, either the police or the gang will get you’ Young people and organised crime – vulnerable or criminal? Youth Justice, 19(2), pp. 102-119. ISSN 1473-2254 [Article]

Embodying Kinaesthetic Empathy a: practice based and interdisciplinary research
Rova, Marina . 2017. Embodying Kinaesthetic Empathy a: practice based and interdisciplinary research. Doctoral thesis, University of Roehampton [Thesis]

De Mentis Silent Stories
Rova, Marina . 2011. De Mentis Silent Stories. In: "De Mentis: Silent Stories I,II & III", Chisenhale Dance Space, United Kingdom, 25-27 February 2011. [Performance]

|mu| a live dance theatre research performance accompanied by a photography and art exhibition
Rova, Marina . 2014. |mu| a live dance theatre research performance accompanied by a photography and art exhibition. In: "|mu| - a live dance theatre performance accompanied by a performance and art exhibition", Univesrity of Roehampton, United Kingdom, 2014. [Performance]

Moving Bodies: Dance Movement Psychotherapy Groups for Mothers and Babies in Inpatient and Outpatient Perinatal Mental Health Services
Rova, Marina and Haddow, Sarah. 2017. Moving Bodies: Dance Movement Psychotherapy Groups for Mothers and Babies in Inpatient and Outpatient Perinatal Mental Health Services. In: Monika Celebi, ed. Weaving the Cradle: Facilitating Groups to Promote Attunement and Bonding between Parents, Their Babies and Toddlers. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp. 120-131. ISBN 9781848193116 [Book Section]

Moving toward 'new lands': Transforming embodied knowledge in the 21st century
Rova, Marina . 2018. 'Moving toward 'new lands': Transforming embodied knowledge in the 21st century'. In: 3rd EADMT Conference - "Crossing Borders and the In-Between. DMT at the Leading Edge". Athens, Greece 5-7 October 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Embodying kinaesthetic empathy through interdisciplinary practice-based research
Rova, Marina . 2017. Embodying kinaesthetic empathy through interdisciplinary practice-based research. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 55, pp. 164-173. ISSN 0197-4556 [Article]

In Defence of Youth Work Storytelling as Methodology and Curriculum in HEI teaching
Connaughton, Paula; de St Croix, Tania; Grace, Pauline and Thompson, Naomi . 2019. In Defence of Youth Work Storytelling as Methodology and Curriculum in HEI teaching. In: Michael Seal, ed. Teaching Youth Work in Universities. UNSPECIFIED. [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

Where is faith-based youth work heading?
Thompson, Naomi . 2019. Where is faith-based youth work heading? In: Graham Bright and Carole Pugh, eds. Youth Work: Global Futures. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. ISBN 9789004396555 [Book Section]

Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2018. Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline. Critical and Radical Social Work, 6(3), pp. 387-406. ISSN 2049-8608 [Article]

Using an Intersectional Lens to Examine the Child Sexual Exploitation of Black Adolescents
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2018. Using an Intersectional Lens to Examine the Child Sexual Exploitation of Black Adolescents. In: J Pearce, ed. Theoretical Perspectives on Child Sexual Exploitation: The Contribution of Theory to Prevention and Intervention. Bristol: Policy Press. [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

Working with cultural and religious diversity
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2018. Working with cultural and religious diversity. In: Jan Haworth and Dendy Platt, eds. The Child’s World: The Essential Guide to Assessing Vulnerable Children, Young People and their Families (3rd Edition). London: Jessica Kingsley Publisher, pp. 649-665. ISBN 9781785921162 [Book Section]

Recognizing and Addressing Child Neglect in Affluent Families
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2019. Recognizing and Addressing Child Neglect in Affluent Families. Child and Family Social Work, 24(2), pp. 340-347. ISSN 1356-7500 [Article]

“We're giving you the sack” - Social Workers’ Perspectives of Intervening in Affluent Families When There are Concerns about Child Neglect
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2019. “We're giving you the sack” - Social Workers’ Perspectives of Intervening in Affluent Families When There are Concerns about Child Neglect. The British Journal of Social Work, ISSN 0045-3102 [Article] (In Press)

Putting Food On The Table. Understanding Food Poverty: Exploring Food Bank Use In Lewisham
Green, Roger ; Henri, Tom ; Campbell, Jim and Greaves, Bethan. 2014. Putting Food On The Table. Understanding Food Poverty: Exploring Food Bank Use In Lewisham. Project Report. Goldsmiths, University of London, London. [Report]

“Learning does not reside in a place called comfortable”: Exploring identity and social justice through experiential group work
Woodger, David ; Thompson, Naomi and Anastasio, Jean. 2018. “Learning does not reside in a place called comfortable”: Exploring identity and social justice through experiential group work. In: , ed. Teaching Youth Work in Universities. UNSPECIFIED. [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

Out of the Darkness: A Community led Art Psychotherapy Response to the Grenfell Tower Fire
Rudnik, Susan . 2018. Out of the Darkness: A Community led Art Psychotherapy Response to the Grenfell Tower Fire. Art Therapy Online (ATOL), 9(1), [Article]