PAPERS by our practitioners
A Discourse-in-Progress: Gay Affirmative Practice and A Critical Therapy. Paper presented at the Association of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologies-UK Conference University of Nottingham, UK. Gwyn Whitfield & Gail Simon (1995), The Pink Practice, London.
Looking Forward: Perspectives from a Practice Context. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of the Association of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologies-UK 1996. Gail Simon (1996), The Pink Practice, London.
Working with Couples. Chapter in Pink Therapy eds C. Neal & D. Davies. Open University Press, London 1996. Gail Simon (1996), The Pink Practice, London
A Case Against Inclusion Social Exclusion Conference. West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds. Published as conference proceedings. Simon, G. (1998), The Pink Practice, London.
Incitement to Riot? Individual Identity and Group Membership: Some Reflections on the Politics of a Post-Modernist Therapy in Human Systems: Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. Vol. 9:1. 1998. Gail Simon (1998), The Pink Practice, London.
"Family Therapy" - Whose Story Is It Anyway? Context. Gail Simon (1999), The Pink Practice, London.
Systemic and Social Constructionist Therapy. Chapter in Pink Therapy II. Theoretical Approaches to Work with Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexual and Transgender People ed. D. Davies. Open University Press, London 2000. Gail Simon and Gwyn Whitfield (2000), The Pink Practice, London.
Asperger's Syndrome: A Systemic Approach. Human Systems Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management. Vol.15:4. 2004. Gail Simon.
Writing in a Training Context. Context December 2009. Gail Simon
Critical Thinking: a first step towards good practice in training Gail Simon. 2010. In C.Lago & B. Smith (Eds) Anti- Discriminatory Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice. London: Sage
Self Supervision, Surveillance and Transgression Paper presented at Systemic Supervision Conference 2007, IFT and Tavistock Clinic, London. Gail Simon.