LIST OF ARTICLES

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LIST OF ARTICLES

Finlay, L. (pending). Reflexively exploring the ‘therapeutic use of self’: Response to Richard Erskine’s five-chapter case study of Allan. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (pending). Phenomenological use of self in integrative psychotherapy. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (pending). What makes constitutes a good Thematic Analysis? European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 11.

Ims, R., Lorås, L., Ness, O. and Finlay, L. (2021) Immigrants’ experiences on integration while attempting to access the labour market: Implications for social work practice. Soc. Sci., 10 (4), 121. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci10040121

Finlay, L. (2021). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 11 (1), pp.i-ii. Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2020). COVID took my breath away: A personal narrative. The Humanistic Psychologist, 48 (4), 321–339. https://doi.org/10.1037/hum0000200

Finlay, L. (2020). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 10(1), pp.i-iii. Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2020). How to write a journal article: Top tips for the novice writer. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 10(1), 28-40. Retrieved from https://ejqrp.org/index.php/ejqrp/article/view/108/65

Finlay, L. (2019). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 9(1). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2018). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 8(1). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Sommer, M., Finlay, L., Ness, O., Borg, M., & Blank, A. (2019). “Nourishing communion”: A less recognized dimension of support for young persons facing mental health challenges? The Humanistic Psychologist, 47(4), 381-403.

Finlay, L., & McFerran, K.S. (2019). Exploring phenomenon through ‘Reflexive dialogue’. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, Issue 27, Spring 2019.

McFerran, K.S., & Finlay, L. (2018). Resistance as a ‘Dance’ between client and therapist. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 13(2), 114-127.

De Santis, M., & Finlay, L. (2018). Therapeutic work in the midst of grief: A literature review. European Journal of Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 8(1).  (Originally accepted for publication in 2015). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2016). Clarifying the adult ego state: Toward an integrating integrated 'Adult'. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, 7, 60-84.

Finlay, L. (2016). ‘Therapeutic Presence’ as embodied, relational ‘being’. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 20(2).

Finlay, L. (2017). Championing ‘Reflexivities’. Editorial. Qualitative Psychology (Special issue on Reflexivity), 4(2), 120-125. Retrieved from http://psycnet.apa.org/PsycARTICLES/journal/qua/4/2.

Smaller, N., & Finlay, L. (2016). Becoming a pilgrim: The lived experience of men becoming therapists following a former career. Self & Society, 44(3), 215-225. 

Blank, A., Finlay, L., & Prior, S. (2016). The lived experience of people with mental health and substance misuse problems: Dimensions of belonging. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(7), 434–441.

Finlay, L. (2016). Being a therapist-researcher; Doing relational-reflexive research. The Psychotherapist (UKCP) (Special issue on research & reflexivity), 62.

Finlay, L. (2015). The experience of ‘Entrapped Grief’ following traumatic abortion. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, 6, 26-53.

Finlay, L. (2015). Sensing and making sense: Embodying metaphor in relational-centred psychotherapy. The Humanistic Psychologist, 43(4), 338-353.

Finlay, L. (2014). Engaging phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11(2),121-141. 

Finlay, L. (2014). Embodying research. Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies (Special issue on ‘embodiment’ K. Krycka (Ed.)), 13(1), 4-18.

Finlay, L. (2013). Book review: journeying into qualitative research worlds. The Humanistic Psychologist, 41(1), 75-86.

 Finlay, L. (2013).  An existential-phenomenological approach to integrative psychotherapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 9 (2) 17-32.

Finlay, L. (2013).  Unfolding the phenomenological research process: Iterative stages of "seeing afresh”.  Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 53 (2), 172-201.

Finlay, L., & Payman, B. (2013). “This rifled and bleeding womb”: A reflexive-relational phenomenological case study of traumatic abortion experience. Janus Head. (Special issue on ‘feminist phenomenology’ E. Simms (Ed.)), 13(1),144-175.

Finlay, L., & Eatough, V. (2012). Understanding the experience of discovering a kindred spirit connection: A phenomenological study.  Phenomenology & Practice, 6 (1), 69-88.

Finlay, L. (2012). ‘Writing the pain’: Engaging first-person phenomenological accounts. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 12, 1-9.

Finlay, L. (2011). Editorial: Celebrating new voices.  European Journal of Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (2010). Book review: Todres, L. (2007) ‘Embodied enquiry: Phenomenological touchstones for research, psychotherapy and spirituality.  The Humanistic Psychologist, 38(4), 375-381.

Finlay, L. (2010). ‘Being-with’: A phenomenology of relational dimensions within a psychotherapy session. British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 7 (2), 33-48.

Finlay, L. (2009). Debating phenomenological research methods. Phenomenology & Practice. 3, 6-25.

Finlay, L. (2009).  Exploring lived experience: Principles and practice of phenomenological research. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16 (9), 474-81 (commissioned article).

Finlay, L. (2009). Reflexively probing relational ethical challenges. Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 7, 30-34.

Finlay, L. (2009). Ambiguous encounters: A relational approach to phenomenological research, Indo-pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 9(1).

Finlay, L. (2009). Embracing researcher subjectivity in phenomenological research. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, (4).

Evans, K. & Finlay, L. (2009). To be or not to be...registered: A relational phenomenological exploration of what ‘State Registration’ means to psychotherapists. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 4, pp. 4-12. https://ejqrp.org/index.php/ejqrp/article/view/21

Finlay, L. (2008). A dance between the reduction and reflexivity: Explicating the “Phenomenological Attitude”. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 39, 1-32.

King, N., Finlay, L., Smith, J. A., Ashworth, P., Langdridge, D., & Butt, T. (2008). ‘Can’t really trust that, so what can I trust?’: A polyvocal, phenomenological analysis of the psychology of mistrust. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5, 80-102.

Fitzpatrick, N., & Finlay, L (2008). ‘Frustrating disability’: The lived experience of coping with the rehabilitation phase following flexor tendon surgery. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 3, 143-154.

Finlay, L., & Molano-Fisher, P. (2008). ‘Transforming’ self and world: A phenomenological study of a changing lifeworld following a cochlear implant. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11(1), 255-267 (online version available 2007).

Robertson, C., & Finlay, L. (2007). Making a difference, teamwork and coping: The meaning of practice in acute physical settings. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70  (02), 73-80.

Finlay, L. (2006). Dancing between embodied empathy and phenomenological reflection. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 6 (August).

Finlay, L. (2006).  ‘Rigour’, ‘ethical integrity’ or ‘artistry’?  Reflexively reviewing criteria for evaluating qualitative research. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69(7), 319-326.

Finlay, L. (2006). Editorial. The body beyond the material-discursive divide. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3 (1), 1-2.

Finlay, L. (2006). The body’s disclosure in phenomenological research, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3 (1), 19-30.

Finlay, L. (2005). Reflexive embodied empathy: A phenomenology of participant-researcher intersubjectivity. Methods Issue: The Humanistic Psychologist, 33 (4), 271-292.

Finlay, L (2004). From ‘gibbering idiot’ to ‘iceman’ – Kenny’s story; A critical analysis of an occupational narrative. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67 (11), 474-480.

Finlay, L. (2004). The intertwining of body, self and world: A phenomenological study of living with recently diagnosed multiple sclerosis. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 34 (2), 157-178.

Finlay, L. (2002). “Outing” the researcher: The provenance, process and practice of reflexivity. Qualitative Health Research, 12 (3), 531-545.

 Finlay, L. (2002). Negotiating the swamp: The opportunity and challenge of reflexivity in research practice. Qualitative Research, 2 (2), 209-230.

Finlay, L. (2001).  Holism in occupational therapy: Elusive fiction and ambivalent struggle. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(3), 268-278.

Finlay, L. (2000).  Multiple voices, multiple paths: Choosing between qualitative traditions. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Finlay, L. (2000). The OT role: Meanings and motives in an uncertain world. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 7(3), 124-129.  

Finlay, L. (1999). When actions speak louder: Groupwork in occupational therapy. Groupwork: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, 11 (3), 19-29. 

Finlay, L. (1999).  Applying phenomenology in research: Problems, principles and practice. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62 (7), 299-306

Finlay, L. (1999).  Capturing ambiguity: Riches from a phenomenological study. Mental Health OT, 4 (2), 5-9.

Finlay, L. (1999).  Editorial: The challenge of teamwork. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62 (9), 393.

Finlay, L. (1999). Journey towards a PhD: A personal account. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(9), 430.

Finlay, L. (1998). Reflexivity: An essential component for all research?  British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61 (10), 453-456.

Finlay, L. (1997). Good patients and bad patients: How occupational therapists view their patients/clients. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60( 10), 440-446.

Finlay, L. (1997). Evaluating research articles. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60( 5), 205-208.



LIST OF ARTICLES

Finlay, L. (pending). Reflexively exploring the ‘therapeutic use of self’: Response to Richard Erskine’s five-chapter case study of Allan. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (pending). Phenomenological use of self in integrative psychotherapy. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (pending). What makes constitutes a good Thematic Analysis? European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 11.

Ims, R., Lorås, L., Ness, O. and Finlay, L. (2021) Immigrants’ experiences on integration while attempting to access the labour market: Implications for social work practice. Soc. Sci., 10 (4), 121. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci10040121

Finlay, L. (2021). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 11 (1), pp.i-ii. Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2020). COVID took my breath away: A personal narrative. The Humanistic Psychologist, 48 (4), 321–339. https://doi.org/10.1037/hum0000200

Finlay, L. (2020). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 10(1), pp.i-iii. Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2020). How to write a journal article: Top tips for the novice writer. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 10(1), 28-40. Retrieved from https://ejqrp.org/index.php/ejqrp/article/view/108/65

Finlay, L. (2019). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 9(1). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2018). Editorial. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 8(1). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Sommer, M., Finlay, L., Ness, O., Borg, M., & Blank, A. (2019). “Nourishing communion”: A less recognized dimension of support for young persons facing mental health challenges? The Humanistic Psychologist, 47(4), 381-403.

Finlay, L., & McFerran, K.S. (2019). Exploring phenomenon through ‘Reflexive dialogue’. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, Issue 27, Spring 2019.

McFerran, K.S., & Finlay, L. (2018). Resistance as a ‘Dance’ between client and therapist. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 13(2), 114-127.

De Santis, M., & Finlay, L. (2018). Therapeutic work in the midst of grief: A literature review. European Journal of Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 8(1).  (Originally accepted for publication in 2015). Retrieved from http://ejqrp.org/

Finlay, L. (2016). Clarifying the adult ego state: Toward an integrating integrated 'Adult'. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, 7, 60-84.

Finlay, L. (2016). ‘Therapeutic Presence’ as embodied, relational ‘being’. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 20(2).

Finlay, L. (2017). Championing ‘Reflexivities’. Editorial. Qualitative Psychology (Special issue on Reflexivity), 4(2), 120-125. Retrieved from http://psycnet.apa.org/PsycARTICLES/journal/qua/4/2.

Smaller, N., & Finlay, L. (2016). Becoming a pilgrim: The lived experience of men becoming therapists following a former career. Self & Society, 44(3), 215-225. 

Blank, A., Finlay, L., & Prior, S. (2016). The lived experience of people with mental health and substance misuse problems: Dimensions of belonging. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 79(7), 434–441.

Finlay, L. (2016). Being a therapist-researcher; Doing relational-reflexive research. The Psychotherapist (UKCP) (Special issue on research & reflexivity), 62.

Finlay, L. (2015). The experience of ‘Entrapped Grief’ following traumatic abortion. International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, 6, 26-53.

Finlay, L. (2015). Sensing and making sense: Embodying metaphor in relational-centred psychotherapy. The Humanistic Psychologist, 43(4), 338-353.

Finlay, L. (2014). Engaging phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11(2),121-141. 

Finlay, L. (2014). Embodying research. Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies (Special issue on ‘embodiment’ K. Krycka (Ed.)), 13(1), 4-18.

Finlay, L. (2013). Book review: journeying into qualitative research worlds. The Humanistic Psychologist, 41(1), 75-86.

 Finlay, L. (2013).  An existential-phenomenological approach to integrative psychotherapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 9 (2) 17-32.

Finlay, L. (2013).  Unfolding the phenomenological research process: Iterative stages of "seeing afresh”.  Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 53 (2), 172-201.

Finlay, L., & Payman, B. (2013). “This rifled and bleeding womb”: A reflexive-relational phenomenological case study of traumatic abortion experience. Janus Head. (Special issue on ‘feminist phenomenology’ E. Simms (Ed.)), 13(1),144-175.

Finlay, L., & Eatough, V. (2012). Understanding the experience of discovering a kindred spirit connection: A phenomenological study.  Phenomenology & Practice, 6 (1), 69-88.

Finlay, L. (2012). ‘Writing the pain’: Engaging first-person phenomenological accounts. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 12, 1-9.

Finlay, L. (2011). Editorial: Celebrating new voices.  European Journal of Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy.

Finlay, L. (2010). Book review: Todres, L. (2007) ‘Embodied enquiry: Phenomenological touchstones for research, psychotherapy and spirituality.  The Humanistic Psychologist, 38(4), 375-381.

Finlay, L. (2010). ‘Being-with’: A phenomenology of relational dimensions within a psychotherapy session. British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 7 (2), 33-48.

Finlay, L. (2009). Debating phenomenological research methods. Phenomenology & Practice. 3, 6-25.

Finlay, L. (2009).  Exploring lived experience: Principles and practice of phenomenological research. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16 (9), 474-81 (commissioned article).

Finlay, L. (2009). Reflexively probing relational ethical challenges. Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 7, 30-34.

Finlay, L. (2009). Ambiguous encounters: A relational approach to phenomenological research, Indo-pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 9(1).

Finlay, L. (2009). Embracing researcher subjectivity in phenomenological research. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, (4).

Evans, K. & Finlay, L. (2009). To be or not to be...registered: A relational phenomenological exploration of what ‘State Registration’ means to psychotherapists. European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy, 4, pp. 4-12. https://ejqrp.org/index.php/ejqrp/article/view/21

Finlay, L. (2008). A dance between the reduction and reflexivity: Explicating the “Phenomenological Attitude”. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 39, 1-32.

King, N., Finlay, L., Smith, J. A., Ashworth, P., Langdridge, D., & Butt, T. (2008). ‘Can’t really trust that, so what can I trust?’: A polyvocal, phenomenological analysis of the psychology of mistrust. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5, 80-102.

Fitzpatrick, N., & Finlay, L (2008). ‘Frustrating disability’: The lived experience of coping with the rehabilitation phase following flexor tendon surgery. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 3, 143-154.

Finlay, L., & Molano-Fisher, P. (2008). ‘Transforming’ self and world: A phenomenological study of a changing lifeworld following a cochlear implant. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11(1), 255-267 (online version available 2007).

Robertson, C., & Finlay, L. (2007). Making a difference, teamwork and coping: The meaning of practice in acute physical settings. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70  (02), 73-80.

Finlay, L. (2006). Dancing between embodied empathy and phenomenological reflection. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 6 (August).

Finlay, L. (2006).  ‘Rigour’, ‘ethical integrity’ or ‘artistry’?  Reflexively reviewing criteria for evaluating qualitative research. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69(7), 319-326.

Finlay, L. (2006). Editorial. The body beyond the material-discursive divide. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3 (1), 1-2.

Finlay, L. (2006). The body’s disclosure in phenomenological research, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3 (1), 19-30.

Finlay, L. (2005). Reflexive embodied empathy: A phenomenology of participant-researcher intersubjectivity. Methods Issue: The Humanistic Psychologist, 33 (4), 271-292.

Finlay, L (2004). From ‘gibbering idiot’ to ‘iceman’ – Kenny’s story; A critical analysis of an occupational narrative. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67 (11), 474-480.

Finlay, L. (2004). The intertwining of body, self and world: A phenomenological study of living with recently diagnosed multiple sclerosis. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 34 (2), 157-178.

Finlay, L. (2002). “Outing” the researcher: The provenance, process and practice of reflexivity. Qualitative Health Research, 12 (3), 531-545.

 Finlay, L. (2002). Negotiating the swamp: The opportunity and challenge of reflexivity in research practice. Qualitative Research, 2 (2), 209-230.

Finlay, L. (2001).  Holism in occupational therapy: Elusive fiction and ambivalent struggle. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(3), 268-278.

Finlay, L. (2000).  Multiple voices, multiple paths: Choosing between qualitative traditions. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Finlay, L. (2000). The OT role: Meanings and motives in an uncertain world. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 7(3), 124-129.  

Finlay, L. (1999). When actions speak louder: Groupwork in occupational therapy. Groupwork: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, 11 (3), 19-29. 

Finlay, L. (1999).  Applying phenomenology in research: Problems, principles and practice. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62 (7), 299-306

Finlay, L. (1999).  Capturing ambiguity: Riches from a phenomenological study. Mental Health OT, 4 (2), 5-9.

Finlay, L. (1999).  Editorial: The challenge of teamwork. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62 (9), 393.

Finlay, L. (1999). Journey towards a PhD: A personal account. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62(9), 430.

Finlay, L. (1998). Reflexivity: An essential component for all research?  British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61 (10), 453-456.

Finlay, L. (1997). Good patients and bad patients: How occupational therapists view their patients/clients. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60( 10), 440-446.

Finlay, L. (1997). Evaluating research articles. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60( 5), 205-208.



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