Top 100 downloads for Staff Publications

To celebrate the centenary of the Tavistock and Portman, we’ve compiled the 100 most downloaded Open Access items from our Staff Publications Online repository – all freely available now! This list is only including the 25% of items that are full text. The repository has details of over 2000 books, book chapters, articles, theses and media appearances by staff and research students from 2007 to present. Click here to find out more

Author

Title

Downloads

1.

Wood, Heather, et al. (2014) Meeting the challenge, making a difference: Working effectively to support people with personality disorder in the community
10,931

2.

Rustin, Margaret (2009) Esther Bick’s legacy of infant observation at the Tavistock — Some reflections 60 years on.
9,376

3.

Western, Simon (2008) Leadership: A critical text
6,182

4.

Winkler, Astrid (2011) How can social workers promote resilience in looked-after children?
4,483

5.

Von der Tann, Matthias et al (2008)
The operationalized psychodynamic diagnostics system. Clinical relevance, reliability and validity
3,335

6.

Campbell, David, and Huffington, Clare (2008) Introduction: Six stages of systemic consultation
3,031

7.

Wood, Heather (2010) Applied analytic work in forensic settings: The understanding and treatment of paedophilia.
2,669

8.

Briggs, Stephen (2010) Suicide prevention: The contribution of psychoanalysis
2,477

9.

Wakelyn, Jenifer (2007) Entangled bonds. Psychodynamic assessments of sibling relationships for the family courts
2,392

10.

Dearnley, Katy, and Elfer, Peter (2007) Nurseries and emotional well-being. Evaluating an emotionally containing model of professional development
2,183

11.

Metcalfe, Camillus (2012) For God’s sake: An exploration of the life and work of women religious in Ireland in the twentieth century from a psychoanalytic and systemic perspective
2,118

12.

Waddell, Margot (2007) Only connect. The links between early and later life
2,078

13.

Papadopoulos, Renos (2007) Refugees, trauma and adversity-activated development
1,999

14.

Shallcross, Wendy (2015) What can be learned from a single case of psychoanalytic infant observation?
1,912

15.

Taylor, David (2008) Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapies for depression. The evidence base.
1,886

16.

Searle, Liz; Lyon, Louise; Young, Linda; Wiseman, Mel, and Foster-Davis, Beverly (2011) The young people’s consultation service: An evaluation of a consultation model of very brief psychotherapy
1,837

17.

McKenzie-Smith, Savi (2012) Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with depressed older adults. A qualitative research study
1,674

18.

Kraemer, Sebastian (2008) Where did that come from? Countertransference and the Oedipal triangle in family therapy
1,571

19.

Rustin, Margaret and Emanuel, Louise (2010) Observation, reflection and containment: A psychoanalytic approach to work with parents and children under five.
1,484

20.

Armstrong, David (2007) The dynamics of lateral relations in changing organizational worlds
1,466

21.

Jackson, Emil (2008) Work discussion groups at work
1,185

22.

Steiner, John (2008) The repetition compulsion, envy, and the death instinct
1,169

23.

Gregor, Claire (2013) How might parents of pre-pubescent children with gender identity issues understand their experience?
1,149

24.

Pentecost, David and McNab, Sue (2007) Keeping company with hope and despair. Family therapists’ reflections and experience of working with childhood depression
1,056

25.

Bell, David (2010) Psychiatry and psychoanalysis: A conceptual mapping.
1,055

26.

Lawrence, Marilyn (2008) The anorexic mind
1,053

27.

Afuape, Taiwo (2013) How I became a therapist
1,046

28.

Fitzgerald, Anna (2009) A psychoanalytic concept illustrated: Will, must, may, can — revisiting the survival function of primitive omnipotence
1,020

29.

Krause, Inga-Britt (2008) Shila Khan and Máire Stedman in conversation with Inga-Britt Krause
1,011

30.

Music, Graham (2013) Stress pre-birth: How the fetus is affected by a mother’s state of mind.
1,007

31.

Bell, David (2013) Mental illness and its treatment today
996

32.

Rustin, Margaret (2007) John Bowlby at the Tavistock
991

33.

Cooper, Andrew and Lousada, Julian (2010) The shock of the real: Psychoanalysis, modernity, survival
962

34.

Briggs, Stephen (2009) Risks and opportunities in adolescence: Understanding adolescent mental health difficulties
957

35.

Hobson, R Peter and Lyons-Ruth, Karlen and Melnick, Sharon and Patrick, Matthew (2007 A controlled study of hostile-helpless states of mind among borderline and dysthymic women
930

36.

Wolpert, Miranda and Harris, Rita and Jones, Melanie and Hodges, Sally and Fuggle, Peter and James, Rachel and Wiener, Andy and McKenna, Caroline and Law, Duncan and Fonagy, Peter (2014) Thrive: The AFC-Tavistock Model for CAMHS
911

37.

Music, Graham (2007) Learning our lessons. Some issues arising from delivering mental health services in school settings
886

38.

Urwin, Cathy (2007 Revisiting ‘What works for whom?’ A qualitative framework for evaluating clinical effectiveness in child psychotherapy
875

39.

Rustin, Margaret (2008 Work discussion. Some historical and theoretical observations.
864

40.

Hobson, Jessica A and Hobson, R Peter (2007) Identification. The missing link between joint attention and imitation
831

41.

Horne, Ann (2012) Winnicott’s delinquent
798

42.

Lowe, Frank (2010 Working with ambivalence: Making psychotherapy more accessible to young black people
790

43.

Farthing, Anthony et al ‘Graphic Medicine’ as a mental health information resource: Insights from comics producers [Interviews]
720

44.

Miller, Lynda (2008) Psychic growth and reciprocity. Psychoanalytical infant observation and socio-cultural factors.
719

45.

Sternberg, Janine (2007) A child psychotherapist’s assessment tools
707

46.

Launer, John (2008) Medical kitsch
684

47.

Ryan, Emily (2012) Life beckoning. A thematic analysis of change in a deprived boy in long-term foster care, during intensive psychoanalytic psychotherapy
676

48.

Emanuel, Louise (2008) A slow unfolding at double speed. Therapeutic interventions with parents and their young children.
672

49.

Klauber, Trudy (2009 Early experience, developmental tasks and the blossoming of the capacity to learn
648

50.

Trowell, Judith and Rhode, Maria and Hall, Jackie (2010) What does a manual contribute?
639

51.

Dearnley, Katy and Hartland-Rowe, Lydia (2009) From baby to boardroom: The Tavistock-Bick method of infant observation and its application to organisations and in consultancy. A conference held at the Tavistock Centre, 17-18 October 2008
625

52.

Western, Simon (2008) Learning leadership from Barack Obama: A short case study.
612

53.

Huffington, Clare (2008) The system in the room. The extent to which coaching can change the organization
607

54.

Allnutt, Louise (2011) A conversation with Isca Wittenberg
593

55.

Jackson, Emil and Warman, Andrea (2007) Recruiting and retaining children and families’ social workers. The potential of work discussion groups
555

56.

Music, Graham (2009) What Has Psychoanalysis got to do with happiness? Reclaiming the positive in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
552

57.

Krause, Inga-Britt (2012) Culture and the reflexive subject in systemic psychotherapy
534

58.

Rhode, Maria (2007) Helping toddlers to communicate. Infant observation as an early intervention
515

59.

Fagan, Maggie (2011) Relational trauma and its impact on late-adopted children
511

60.

Santin, Chiara (2014) A troubled family therapist undercover: Some reflections on working with ‘troubled families’ in a statutory agency
508

61.

Robbins, Eva (2016) A constructivist grounded theory study of the decision-making processes of professionals in a children’s service, mixed multi-disciplinary assessment team
504

62.

Briggs, Stephen and Lindner, Reinhard (2010) Forming ideal types by understanding. Application to the psychoanalytic treatment of suicidal men
488

63.

Amoss, Sarah (2014) The negotiation of blame in family therapy with families affected by psychosis
488

64.

Yakeley, Jessica (2009) Working with violence: A contemporary psychoanalytic approach
486

65.

Yakeley, Jessica and Majid, Sarah and Shoenberg, Peter and Morris, Peter and Sturgeon, Richard (2011) Psychodynamic approaches to teaching medical students about the doctor-patient relationship: Randomised controlled trial
482

66.

Garelick, Antony and Gross, Samantha R and Richardson, Irene and Von Der Tann, Matthias and Bland, Julia and Hale, Rob (2007) Which doctors and with what problems contact a specialist service for doctors? A cross sectional investigation
475

67.

Stubley, Joanne (2012) Complex trauma in adults
474

68.

Swanepoel, Annie (2013) Mirror, mirror on the wall: The role for neuroscience in comparative psychotherapy research
471

69.

Garelick, Antony and Fagin, Leonard (2014) The doctor-nurse relationship in psychiatry
468

70.

Armstrong, David (2010) Bion’s work group revisited
452

71.

Dawson, Andrew J (2010) Stuck cases: Understanding the experience of children, families and clinicians in a child and adolescent mental health setting when the relationship becomes stuck
443

72.

Partridge, Karen and McCarry, Nicola (2017) Graces that bite: Unleashing the GRR in the graces
442

73.

Davidson, Sarah and Hingley-Jones, Helen and Gregor, Claire (2014) The experience of gender dysphoria for pre-pubescent children and their families. A review of the literature
426

74.

Cooper, Andrew (2009) Hearing the grass grow. Emotional and epistemological challenges of practice-near research
418

75.

Balfour, Andrew (2009) Intimacy and sexuality in later life
417

76.

Gore, Helen (2016) ‘Working together…it doesn’t go far enough actually for what the relationship becomes’ – An IPA study exploring the experiences of primary school SENCOs working with parents/carers through the EHCP process
414

77.

Kraemer, Sebastian (2011) How does insecure attachment impair character development?
412

78.

Kraemer, Sebastian (2011) Where is our humanity?
411

79.

Couve, Cyril (2007) The metapsychology of depression
396

80.

Wakelyn, Jenifer (2007) A half day conference: ‘What do we see when we observe infants and children? Cultural and historical perspectives on psychoanalytic observation.’
375

81.

Singh, Reenee and Dutta, Sumita (2010) Working with intercultural couples
373

82.

Sher, Mannie (2012) In the idiom of Tavistock practice. Approaches to public sector psychotherapy; Group relations; Organisational development and change and Board evaluation
370

83.

Richardson, Colette (2014) Family therapists’ experiences of working with adolescents who self-harm and their families: A grounded theory study
369

84.

Granville, Julia (2010) Minding the group. Group process, group anlaytic ideas, and systemic supervision – Companionable or uneasy bedfellows?
361

85.

Barnes, Jacqueline and Stein, Alan and Leach, Penelope and Sylva, Kathy and Malmberg, Lars-Erik (2008) The quality of different types of child care at 10 and 18 months. A comparison between types and factors related to quality.
358

86.

Parsonage, Michael and Hard, Emily and Rock, Brian (2014) Managing patients with complex needs: Evaluation of the City and Hackney Primary Care Psychotherapy Consultation Service
347

87.

Lemma, Alessandra and Patrick, Matthew (2010) Contemporary psychoanalytic applications: Development and its vicissitudes
345

88.

Maldonado-Page, Jason and Favier, Sarah (2018) An invitation to explore: A brief overview of the Tavistock and Portman Gender Identity Service
343

89.

Di Ceglie, Domenico and Skagerberg, Elin and Baron-Cohen, Simon and Auyeung, Bonnie (2014) Empathising and systemising in adolescents with gender dysphoria
334

90.

Gustavus-Jones, Sarah (2007) Negotiating time. The significance of timing in ending inpatient work
331

91.

Harron, Katie and McGrath-Lone, Louise and Mason, Samantha and Gilbert, Ruth (2016) Using linked administrative data for monitoring and evaluating the Family Nurse Partnership in England: A scoping report
331

92.

Maldonado-Page, Jason (2017) How DNA helped to go deeper: A Puerto Rican therapist’s reflections of his exploration of ethnicity
328

93.

Lowe, Frank (2014) Thinking space: The model
328

94.

Brooks, Onel (2008) How might Hamlet help to educate psychotherapists
318

95.

Mintz, Joseph (2012) How do teachers deal with uncertainty in relation to working with children with autism in the context of the introduction of a new technology tool?
318

96.

Kenneally, Olivia and Wareham, Sophia (2012) Bright minds, bright moods: A CBT based approach to the development of resilience and emotional well-being
316

97.

O’Sullivan, Nicola  (2017)
The dichotomy of ‘thinking’ and ‘doing’ in social work practice with neglected infants and toddlers. How do social workers respond to neglect and abuse in infancy, and does this change with the introduction of a sustained case discussion forum?
299

98.

Sandler, K L (2016) How do staff with a key role in social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) in secondary school organisations engage in thinking and talking about the issue? A grounded theory study
294

99.

Jordan, Stephen (2015) That joke isn’t funny anymore: Humour, jokes and their relationship to social work
294

100.

Stubley, Joanne (2010) Outcome studies in group psychotherapy
292
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