SECTION 2: RESEARCH. Grants, Doctoral research supervision, publication and other dissemination activities
DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION - COMPLETED
CURRENT DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION
CURRENT MA DISSERTATION RESEARCH SUPERVISION
PUBLICATIONS - JOURNALS
PUBLICATIONS - BOOKS
PUBLICATIONS - BOOK CHAPTERS
CONFERENCE KEYNOTE, INVTED OR PLENARY
MASTERS GRADUATE SUCCESS
DATE SPONSOR TITLE INVESTIGATORS AMOUNT
Sep 2021-August 2022 ESRC Acceleration Account. Mode B. Fire and Rescue Service Education Policy Review Winship, G (P-I) £48,421.90
Jan 2021-Aug 2021 New School, Croydon Participatory action research, models of change. Townsend, A (P-I), C-I’s Winship, G, Greany, T, Taylor, P £47,686.25
Nov 2021-Nov 2026. NIHR Recovery Colleges Characterisation and Testing (RECOLLECT) 2 Chief investigator, Slade, M. for UoN C-I, Winship, C-I Bishop. £1,167,939.14 (award to UoN, Health Science, (£19,285.17 School of Education)
Mar-May 2020 UoN Westminster – Rapid Systematic Review Browne, K (PI), C-I’s Paddock, Winship, Green. £8,473.35
Aug 2019-July 2020 QR funded GCRF projects Forensic mental health challenges in Columbia Browne, K (PI), Winship (CI) £49,978.06
Oct 2018- Sep 2024 Nottinghamshire Health Care Foundation Trust What is the potential of poetry in facilitating meaning making for individuals who have experienced psychosis? Winship (PI), Pearson (C-I) £6,890.43
Jul 2017-June 2021 Notts Police Commission Crime & Drugs partnership Psychoeducation programme Counselling for young persistent fire setters. Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Services Winship, G. P-I £20,934
Jul 2015-Jun 2016 Institute of Mental Health. Managed Innovation Network: School Age Suicide and Self-Harm Winship, G. P-I £2,740
May 2015-Apr 2016 Foundation for the Sociology of Health & Illness Mental Health & Therapeutic Communities: Towards a New Sociology of Hope (Manning, N P-I, CI’s: Winship, G; Back, L; Froggett, L). £5,900
May 2015-Jun 2017. Notts Police Commission Crime & Drugs partnership Pilot study examining early intervention for persistent young fire setters. With Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Services Winship, G. P-I £4,495
Mar 2013-Feb 2018 AHRC Clay as Mutual Recovery – Connected communities. This was a project stream that was part of the Creative Practice & Mutual Recovery, which was a £1.5m project led by Crawford, P. Winship, G. P-I £183,754
Sep 2012-Aug 2015 Institute of Mental Health. Managed Innovation Network: School Age Suicide & Self-Harm. Institute of Mental Health.
Winship, G. P-I £5,020
Aug 2011-July 2012 Arts Sandpit funding, UoN Therapeutic use of Clay with Disturbed Adolescents Winship, G. P-I £25,000.
Nov 2005-Sep 2008 ESRC Psychosocial Aspects of Malicious Fire-setting. Schools and fire.
Winship, G. P-I £17,977.
May 1999-June 2004 NHS Workforce Confederation Democracy and service user-involvement Winship, G (supervised by RD Hinshelwood, Rustin M, Richard, B) £26,000
DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION - COMPLETED
Simon Clarke - Being Real: A Layered Account of Authenticity, Recovery and Professionalisation. Completed 2020 (1st supervisor). [80%]
Emma Joyes - AHRC funded. Creative practice in acute MH. Due to complete 2019 (2nd Supervisor - IMH). [20%]
Fiona Birkbeck - Organisational change and leadership in the NHS & Schools. Completed 2017. (1st Supervisor). Awarded 2018.
Salmah Yussof (UNMC) - Counselling in groups. Training standards, is the preparation fit for purpose. Completed 2017. (1st Supervisor). Awarded January 2018.
Sarah Chan Man Wai - Mandatory versus Voluntary Continuing Professional Education: Perspective on nursing in Singapore. EdD (1st supervisor, 2nd supervisor Patrick Callaghan). Awarded June 2017
Jennifer West - EdD. Completed 2018. (2nd Supervisor)
Jan Royal – What impact has the introduction of the ongoing achievement record had on mentors and on the robustness of the associated assessment practices? EdD Awarded 2017. (1st supervisor).
Andy Hau Yan Ho - Strengthening Palliative Care through Health Promotion and Education Reform: An Ethnographic Study on Student Learning Process and Outcome of a New Common Core Curriculum (CCC) Course on Death Education in Higher Education (1st supervisor). EdD Awarded May 2016.
Jenelle Clarke (ESRC studentship) – Comparative study of therapeutic community practice (2nd supervisor, 1st supervisor Nick Manning). In-depth observations to see first-hand how people suffering from mental health problems interact with staff and fellow clients in two psychotherapeutic communities. (Winner of UoN Postgraduate Endowed Award 2014). PhD Awarded June 2015.
Christine Louise English - Attachment patterns in drug addiction. PhD awarded 2011. (1st Supervisor).
CURRENT DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION
Kleopatra Pssaraki – Therapeutic Communities: A Social Movement? (1st Supervisor, 2nd Supervisor Hon. Professor Rex Haigh, School of Sociology and Social Policy). Vive April 2021
Ann Scott – Violence and de-escalation in acute wards. (1st Supervisor, 2nd supervisor Hon. Professor Stephen Briggs). Due to complete October 2022
Mark Pearson: Can we understand psychosis as poetic communication? (1st supervisor, 2nd supervisor, Stefan Rennick Egglestone, School of Health Sciences). Due to complete October 2023.
Patricia Lagos – A comparative study of teacher’s well-being across primary schools (Sevilla, Nottingham, and Santiago). (1st supervisor, 2nd supervisor Dr Katy Wakelin, School of Education).
Melanie Hickling – Is time experienced differently in circumstances of trauma and post-trauma? (Co-supervisor with Professor Jonathan Tallant, School of Philosophy).
PUBLICATIONS - JOURNALS
[PR = Peer reviewed, PA = Principle Author, T = Teaching related]
PR PA T Mohamed, N.H., Beckstein, A., Winship, G., Mou, T.A.K., Pang, N.T.P., Relojo-Howell, D. (2022) Effects of self-expressive writing as a therapeutic method to relieve stress among university students. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 35, 4, ****
PR PA T Winship, G. (2021) The evolution of mental health in schools – where from, where next? Cambridge Journal of Education, accepted 12/02/21. https://doi.org/10.1080/0305764X.2021.1891204
Joyes, E. C., Jordan, M., Winship, G., & Crawford, P. (2021). Inpatient Institutional Care: The Forced Social Environment. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.690384
PA T Winship, G. (2020) Therapeutic Communities and initial responses to COVID 19. International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, 41, 1, 1-4.
PR. Birkbeck, F., Townsend, A., Winship, G. (2020) The cry for professional intimacy: A UK study of changes in the working lives of expert practitioners in health and education during the early 21st century. Cogent Education, 7: 1. DOI: 10.1080/2331186X.2020.1798599
PR. T Pearson, M., Rennick-Egglestone, S., Winship, G. (2020). How can poetry support the understanding of psychotic experiences? Journal of Recovery in Mental Health, 3, 1, 39-53.
PR PA T Winship, G., S, Shaw., & R, Haigh. (2019). Group supervision for prison officers: an ortho-pedagogical approach to emotional management. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 30, 6, 1006-1020. DOI: 10.1080/14789949.2019.1673794.
PR PA T Argyle, E. & Winship, G. (2018) Creative practice with clay – a mutual route to recovery. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 9. 3, 385-397. DOI: 10.1386/jaah.9.3.385_1
PR PA T Williams, I. & Winship, G. (2018) H3 – Hope, Homeliness and Humour. International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, 39, 1, 3-9. DOI: 10.1108/TC-05-2017-0015
PR PA T Winship, G. (2016) A meta-recovery framework: positioning the ‘New Recovery’ movement and other recovery approaches. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 23, 66–73. DOI: 10.1111/jpm.12266
PR PA T Barker, A & Winship, G (2016) Recovery is no laughing matter – or is it? Mental Health & Social Inclusion, 20, 3: 167-173.
PR PA T MacDonald, S. G. & Winship, G. (2016) Primary School as Therapeutic Community. International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, 37, 2, 14-21
PR PA T Argyle, E. & Winship, G. (2015) Creative practice in a group setting. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 19, 3, 141-147
PR PA T Winship, G. (2014) A Brief History of Addictions Treatment in the UK. Austin J Drug Abuse and Addiction, 1, 1, 7-14
PR PA T Winship, G. (2014) Lucy, Major Tom, Bion and the psychotic vacuum. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 28, 3, 282-294. DOI: 10.1080/02668734.2014.903602
PR PA T Winship, G. (2013) Marcuse, Fromm & the Frankfurt School – reflecting on the history of ideas in therapeutic communities. International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, 34, 2/3: 60-70.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2011) Beckett, Bion, Chess & Schizophrenia. International Journal of Health Humanities, 32, 4: 339-351
PR T Bowers, L; Brennan, G; Ransom, S; Winship, G & Theoridou, C (2011) The nursing observed illness intensity scale. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 18, 28-34. (contribution 20%)
PR T Bowers, L., Brennan, G., Winship, G., & Theodoridou, C. (2010) How expert nurses communicate with acutely psychotic patients. Mental Health Practice, 13, 7: 24-26. DOI: 10.7748/mhp2010.04.13.7.24.c7648
PR PA T Winship, G., Repper, J., Bray, J. & Hinshelwood, R. D. (2009) Collective biography and the legacy of Hildegard Peplau, Annie Altschul & Eileen Skellern; the origins of mental health nursing and its relevance to the current crisis in psychiatry. Journal of Research in Nursing, 14, 6, 505-517. DOI: 10.1177/1744987109347039
PR Theodoridou, C., Bowers, L., Brennan, G., Gilbert, D. & Winship, G (2009) The measurement of psychotic acuity by nursing staff. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 16, 3, 234-241. (contribution 20%)
PR PA T Winship, G. (2009) The testes, theoretical lacunae and clinical imperatives. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 25, 1, 24-37.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2007) The ethics of reflective research in single case study inquiry. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 43, 4, 174-182. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1744-6163.2007.00132.x
PR PA T Winship, G. & Repper, J. (2007) Focus group research: the role of cacophony in dialogical democracy. Group Analysis, 40, 1, 125-139.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Hardy, S. (2007) Perspectives on the prevalence and treatment of personality disorder Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 14 2, 148–154.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2006) Further thoughts on the process of restraint. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 13, 55–60. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.2006.00913.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2006) Psychotic fixation – connecting features of repetition-compulsion in psychosis, drug addiction and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 431, 114, 40.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2005) Consciousness raising and well-being in public sphere organisations. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 19, 3, 233–245. https://doi.org/10.1080/02668730500238325
PR PA T Winship, G. (2004) Democracy in practice in 14 UK psychotherapeutic communities. Therapeutic Communities, 25, 4, 275-290. link
PR PA T Winship, G. (2003) A Habermas Kritik. Free Associations, 10, 2, 223-235.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2003) Karl Mannheim and the ‘third way’: the democratic origins of the term ‘group analysis’. Group Analysis, 36, 1, 37-51.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2001) Notes on the research technique of infant group observation. Group Analysis, 34, 245-258.
PR PA T Winship, G. (2000) Jury deliberation: an observation research study. Group Analysis, 33, 4, 547-557.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Haigh, R (2000) Public mental health and the new therapeutic community. Therapeutic Communities, 21, 1, 47-53. link
PR PA T Winship, G. & Hardy, S. (1999) Disentangling group dynamics: staff group sensitivity and supervision. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 6, 307-312. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2850.1999.00216.x
PR PA T Winship, G. (1999) Addiction, death and the liver in mind: the Prometheus Syndrome. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 13, 1, 41-49.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1999) Louise Andreas Salome: at the high noon of culture in the shadows of psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis & History, 1, 2, 219-236.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1998) Intensive care psychiatric nursing. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 5, 361-365.
PR PA T MacDonald, S., Newrith, C., Blyth, F., & Winship, G. (1998) Adolescent transition and the use of hallucinogens. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 15, 2, 240-248.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Haigh, R. (1998) The group matrix in clay: a contribution to group creative therapy. Group Analysis, 31, 1, 71-81.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Knowles, J. (1997) The transgenerational impact of cultural trauma - linking phenomena in the treatment of third generation survivors of the holocaust. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 13, 2, 259-266.
PR PA T Winship, G (1997) Psychodynamics and psychobiology in the US and UK. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 3, 5, 279-281.
PR PA T Winship, G (1997) Developing the role of the Nurse Psychotherapist in the United Kingdom. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 33, 1, 25-31.
PR PA S Pines, M. & Winship, G. (1996) Malcolm Pines interviewed - Reflections on Bridger, Bion, Main & Foulkes. Therapeutic Communities, 17, 2, 127-132.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1996) Patient empowerment: democracy in psychiatric settings. Therapeutic Communities, 17, 1, 31-45.
PR PA T Winship, G., Harnimann, B., Burling, S., & Courtney, J. (1995) The treatment of drug dependant patients. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2, 195-207.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1995) Nursing and psychoanalysis - uneasy alliances? Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 9, 3, 289-299.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1995) The unconscious impact of caring for acutely disturbed patients. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2, 2, 227-233. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2850.1995.tb00061.x
PR PA T Winship, G. (1995) HIV Counselling (guidelines for developing HIV counselling education). Nursing Times, 91, 2; 26-28.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1995) Condoms on the ward - sexual health education in psychiatric settings. Therapeutic Communities, 16, 3, 163-169.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Peachy, A. (1995) Health education and safer sex. British Journal of Nursing, 17, 999-1019.
PR PA T Winship, G. & Patrick, J. (1994) Creative therapy and the question of disposal: what happens to created pieces following the session? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57, 1, 20-22.
PR PA T Winship, G. (1993) Facing death in the therapeutic community. Therapeutic Communities, 14, 3, 179-185.
PR PA T Winship, G (1991) Group living is the key to addiction recovery. Druglink, 4, 19.
PA T Winship, G (1990) The crisis within. Nursing Times, 87, 7; 20-21.
PUBLICATIONS - BOOKS
PA T Winship, G. & Macdonald, S. (2018) New Ingredients of Counselling and Psychotherapy in Primary Schools – Mental Health Leadership in Schools. London. Routledge.
PA Del Nevo, M. & Winship, G. (2015) Sex and Religion – Lou Andreas-Salome, The Devil and His Grandmother, and Three Letters to a Young Boy (with translation by Orgel, M & Jennings, K). New York. Transactions Press.
PA Winship, G. & Del-Nevo, M. (2012) The Erotic - Lou Andreas Salome. New Jersey. Transaction Press, Rutgers.
PA T Winship, G. (2012) Why People Take Drugs. The Psychology of Addictive Personalities. The Spike & the Moon London. Karnac Books. DOI: 10.4324/9780429471582.
PA T Pedder., J.R. (2011) From New Beginnings to Graduation in Psychoanalytic Therapy - Collected papers of J R Pedder, edited with commentary by Winship, G. London. Karnac Books. [contribution 25%]
PA T Bowers, L., Brennan, G., Winship, G. & Theodoridou, C. (2010) Talking with Acutely Psychotic People. Communication Skills for Nurses and Others Spending Time with People who are very Mentally Ill. London. City University Monograph. [contribution 25%]. link.
PUBLICATIONS - BOOK CHAPTERS
PA T Shaw, S. & Winship, G. (2022) Group Supervision for Prison Officers. Chapter in: Therapeutic Communities in Prisons (edited by Akerman,. G & Shuker, R.). London. Routledge.
PA T Виншип Г., Шоу С., Хэй Р. (2019) Групповая супервизия с сотрудниками службы исполнения наказаний: ортопедагогический подход к регуляции эмоций // Психиатрия и психоанализ: клинические диалоги. Материалы международной конференции 25-26 октября 2019 г. Под общ. ред. И.В. Пудикова, К.А. Лемешко. - М.: МИП, РГГУ, 2019 - 276 с. ISBN: 978-5-7281-2537-2. [Winship, G., Shaw S., Haigh R. (2019) Emotional Management in Prisons in: Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis: Clinical Dialogues. Edited by I.V. Pudikov, C.A. Lemeshko. Moscow, MIP, RSUH, 2019. 276 pages. ISBN: 978-5-7281-2537-2. link
PA T Winship, G (2018) Психоанализ и психиатрии в Великобритании. Глава: 4 российского психоанализа клинических диалоги. Российский государственный гуманитарный университет. Москва. ISBN 978-5-7281-2191-6 (Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry in UK – Chapter in: Clinical Dialogues. Russian State Humanities University Press. Moscow).
PA T Clarke, S; Winship, G; Manning, N & Clarke, J (2017) Therapeutic Communities. Chapter in: The Art and Craft of Mental Health Nursing. Edited by Mary Chambers. London. Sage.
PA T Clarke, J; Winship, G; Manning, N & Clarke, S (2017) Therapeutic Communities. Chapter in: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Edited by Mckeown, M. London. Routledge.
PA T Winship, G (2013) The self-harming therapist. Chapter in: Encounters with Self-Harm [edited by Baker, C]. London. PCCS Books.
PA S Winship, G (2013) Foreword: Madness & Divinity [Edited by Gale, J]. London. Routledge.
PA T Winship, G (2009) Gruppeterapeutiske tilange i sygeplejen (Group Therapy). Chapter in: Psykiatrisk Sygepleje. Edited by Buus, N. Dansk Sygeplejerard, Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnold Busck A/S.
PA T Winship, G (2009) The staff group that wasn’t. Chapter in: Staff Support Groups edited by Kennard, D. Hodder Arnold.
PA T Winship, G (2008) Therapeutic Communities. Chapter in: The Art & Craft of Caring. Hodder Arnold, Health Sciences. (ed: Barker, P)
PA T Hinshelwood, R D & Winship, G (2006) Siblings & Democracy in: Siblings (edited by Coles, P). London. Karnac Books.
PA T Winship, G (2000) The Birth of the New Asylum. Chapter in: The Construction of Power and Authority in Psychiatry. (eds: Barker, P & Stevenson,C). Oxford. Butterworth & Heinemann.
PA T Winship, G (1999) Group psychotherapy and the addictions. Chapter in: Art Therapy and Drug Addiction. [Ed: Waller, D. & Mahony, J]. London. Routledge.
PA T Winship, G (1999) Screen memories and the role of film in the therapeutic milieu. Chapter in: Art Therapy and Drug Addiction. [Ed: Waller, D & Mahony, J]. London. Routledge.
PA T Winship, G & Hardy, S (1997) Approaches to therapeutic groups. Chapter in: Stuart & Sundeen's Mental Health Nursing Principles and Practice [p 471-487]. Editors: Thomas, B., Hardy, S. & Cutting, P. Mosby. London.
PA T Winship, G & Unwin, C (1997) Psychotherapeutic approaches in substance abuse. Chapter in: Addictions Nursing [p 80-88] Editors: Rassool, H & Guffaw, M. Cheltenham. Stanley Thornes.
PA T Winship, G (1997) Collectivism and individualism. Chapter in: Psychiatric Nursing - Ethical Dilemmas. Editors: Barker, P & Davidson, B. Macmillan. London.
CONFERENCE KEYNOTE, INVITED OR PLENARY
108 conference papers (full list available on request). 39 Invited, plenary or key note addresses listed below.
(2022) Psychoanalysis & Therapeutic Communities, History & Progress. Key note. Russian Psychoanalytic Federation Annual Conference, Stavropol, RU. Jan 9.
(2021) 50 Years of Therapeutic Communities – a discussion with RD Hinshelwood. Keynote session. One day conference Managing Organisational Cultures in Complex Settings. University of Essex, The Consortium of Therapeutic Communities. Dec 10.
(2021) Psychoanalysis, Art or Science?. Paper presented to Centre for Medical Anthropology (Russian Academy of Sciences), Moscow, Russia. November 29.
(2020) Interview with Rowdy Yates. The 42nd Conference of the UK Therapeutic Community Association TCTC. [On line]. November 9-11.
(2020) Lou Andreas-Salome – Her Personal and Theoretical Influence on Psychoanalysis. Key note: Clinical Dialogues Conference: War and Peace, Feminism and Psychoanalysis. St Petersberg [on-line]. March 18.
(2019) Mental Health, Unemployment and Education (paper and morning panel with Vernon Coaker and Paddy Tipping). Experience Works Conference - Tackling youth and long-term unemployment. May 24. East Midland conference centre.
(2019) Structure and Control versus Spontaneity and Anarchy. Legacoop Association of Therapeutic Communities Annual Accreditation Conference. Sede Centrale Legacoop, Rome. 29-30 March.
(2018) Psychoanalysis and Mental Health in the UK. 4th Russian Psychoanalysis Clinical Dialogues conference. Russian State Humanities University, Moscow. October 20.
(2018) Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Ingredients for working in Schools. Professorial lecture. University Reaviz Medical School, Moscow. October 19.
(2018) Art and Public Health. Paper presented to the Midlands Public Health Registrars Annual conference. September 4.
(2016) Piloting a counselling intervention for young persistent fire setters [with Peter Brown]. Looking Back, Looking Forward: Marking 20 years of Fire Related Research, Development and Innovation (RE16). West Midlands Fire Service HQ, Birmingham. Nov 15.
(2016) Researching Hope and Recovery – keynote at: ‘TCs, EE’s Prisons: Mechanisms of Hope’; one day conference, HMP Grendon Underwood. Sept 23.
(2015) Therapeutic Communities and Anarchy. Keynote: Windsor Conference. The UK Consortium of Therapeutic Communities Annual Conference. Windsor, UK. October 19-21.
(2015) The Pleasure Paradox. Key note at The Addiction’s Conference - Spiritus contra spiritum. Society for Analytical Psychology. Arundel House, London Jan 30.
(2014) Talking on Egg Shells - the challenges of talking about suicide. Key note: East Midlands Suicide and Self Harm Network Conference. University of Nottingham. June 13.
(2014) Schools & Suicide. Plenary address and panel chair [Ella Arensman (Cork), Rory O Connor (Glasgow)]. University of Nottingham. January 24.
(2013) Keynote paper: The erotic journey of Lou Andreas-Salome: A story for our time. The Modern Erotic: A multi-disciplinary international conference (introduction by Suzy Orbach). Anna Freud Centre. June 8.
(2012) History of Ward Six. Invited paper: Conference: Unimaginable Storms – Celebrating the Life & Work of Murray Jackson. Institute of Psychiatry, Wolfson Lecture Theatre. November 10. link.
(2011) Ningbo, China. XXII Symposium on Child Mental Health. Key note address: Mental health resilience and only children. June 16.
(2011) Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery. This Event Will Change Your Life – An evening of public Lectures. Keynote: Psychoanalysis, art & creativity. Jan 25.
(2010) Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Seminar on Mental Health. Invited paper: Children of the Revolution - reflections on the mental health implications of China's one child family policy. October 15.
(2010) Shanghai Mental Health Centre, Shanghai, China. One day seminar. Invited paper: Children of the Revolution - reflections on the mental health implications of China's one child family policy. October 14.
(2010) Bion’s unpublished notes on Rosenfeld’s psychotic addicts. Keynote: Community Housing & Therapy Trust. Conference: psychosis & substance misuse. The Royal Society of Medicine, London. March 5.
(2009) Sheffield Hallam. Innovations in Mental Health - Student conference. Keynote: Reflections on the changes in MHN. November 12.
(2009) 'Wir' playing trust games': rethinking health education strategies to combat sharing among IDUs. Keynote: 5th Annual Addiction & Psychotherapy Conference. Friends Meeting House, Euston, London. July 1-2.
(2006) Chess with a schizophrenic: Murphy versus Endon, Beckett & Bion. What we learn about psychotherapy from a game of chess. Invited paper: Mental Health Nurses Association Conference. Harrogate International Conference Centre. Oct 19.
(2003) Lou Andreas-Salome’s ‘The Erotic’. Keynote paper: 10th Anniversary of Freud’s Women (with Lisa Appignaesi & John Forrester). Tavistock/ Freud Museum joint conference, Tavistock, London. December 6
(2001) Dual Diagnosis and Episodic Psychosis. Keynote: Psychotherapy & the Psychoses. CONFER conference, Tavistock, London. Sept 29.
(2000) Conference chair and plenary address. Addiction Analysis 2000 joint conference Tavistock, ATC and University of East London. Tavistock Clinic, London. Oct 5-6.
(1996) Lead organiser and chair of Dr Suzanne Lego’s key note address at the 2nd APP Nursing Conference. Tavistock, London. Oct 12.
(1996) Psychodynamic Nursing in the UK. Invited paper. International Organization for Psychodynamic Nursing [IOPN], April 17-19. Mohonk Mountain House, New York.
(1995), Lead conference organiser and plenary session facilitator: Crossing the Divide Between Psychoanalysis and Nursing - A Bridge too Far? The Inaugural APP Nursing Conference. Tavistock, London October 28.