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LIST OF CHAPTERS

Chapters

Finlay, L. (2020). Ethical Research? Examining knotty, moment-to-moment challenges throughout the research process. In S. B-C, & A. McBeath (Eds.), Enjoying Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Metanoia Institute.

Finlay, L. (2016). Probing between: Reflexive-relational approaches to human science research. In C. Fischer, L. Laubscher, & R. Brooke (Eds.), The qualitative vision: An invitation to the human science approach (pp. 71-90). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.

  • Finlay, L. and Evans, K. (2016). An invitation to engage in relational-centred phenomenological research. In J.Roubal (Ed.), Towards a research tradition in gestalt psychotherapy. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2014). Qualitative methodologies. In A. Vossler, & N. Moller (Eds.), The counselling & psychotherapy research trainee handbook. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2012). Debating phenomenological research methods. In N. Friesen, T. Saevi, & C. Henriksson (Eds.), Hermeneutic phenomenology in education: Method and practice. Sense Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2012). Five lenses for the reflexive interviewer. In J. Gubrium, J. Holstein, A. Marvasti, & J.Marvasti (Eds.), Handbook of interview research. CA: Sage Publications.

Finlay, L. (2011). Building evidence-based practice: Qualitative approaches and triangulation. In L. Jones, & J. Douglas (Eds.), Public health: Building innovative practice. Sage.

Finlay, L. (2011). Research: An existential predicament for our profession? In L. Barnett, & G. Maddison (Eds.), Existential therapy: Legacy, vibrancy and dialogue. London: Routledge.

Craig, C., & Finlay, L. (2009). Groupwork in physical rehabilitation. In M. Curtin, M. Molineux, & E. Supyk (Eds.), Occupational therapy and physical dysfunction. Elsevier.

Finlay, L., & Ballinger, C. (2007).The challenge of working with teams. In A. W. Fraser, & S. A. Matthews (Eds.), The critical practitioner in social work and health care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L., & Langdridge, D. (2007). Embodiment. In W. Hollway, H. Lucey, & A. Phoenix (Eds.), Social psychology Matters. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Finlay, L. (2007). Qualitative research towards public health.L. Jones (ed.), In Theory and research in promoting public health. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2006). Going exploring: The nature of qualitative research. In L. Finlay, & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester, Sussex: John Wiley Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2006). Mapping methodology. In L. Finlay & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester: John Wiley Publishers.

Finlay, L., & Steward, B. (2006). Disseminating the research: Towards making knowledge. In L. Finlay, & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester: John Wiley Publishers.

Birch, M., Gallagher, A., & Finlay, L. (2005). Positioning the learner: How work-based, open and distance learning can develop professional competencies in pre-registration mental health nurse education. In K. Rounce, & B. Workman (Eds.), Work-based learning in health care: Applications and innovations. Middlesex: Kingsham.

Finlay, L. (2003). Feeling powerless: Therapists’ battle for control. In S. Barrett, et al. (Eds.), Communication, relationships and care: A reader, London: Routledge.

Finlay, L. (2003). The reflexive journey: Mapping multiple routes. In L. Finlay, and B. Gough (Eds.), Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social science. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2003). Through the looking glass: Inter-subjectivity and hermeneutic reflection. In L. Finlay, & B. Gough (Eds.), Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social science. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2001). Groupwork. In J. Creek (Ed.), Occupational therapy and mental health 3rd edition. Edinburgh: Harcourt Brace Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2000). When actions speak louder: Groupwork in occupational therapy. In O. Manor (Ed.), Ripples: Applying groupwork in different settings. London: Whiting and Birch.

Finlay, L. (2000). The challenge of professionalism. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Critical practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2000). The challenge of teamwork. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Critical practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2000). Safe haven and battleground: Collaboration and conflict within the team. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Changing practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (1997). Groupwork. In J. Creek (Ed.), Occupational therapy and mental health 2nd edition. New York: Churchill Livingstone.

LIST OF CHAPTERS

Chapters

Finlay, L. (2020). Ethical Research? Examining knotty, moment-to-moment challenges throughout the research process. In S. B-C, & A. McBeath (Eds.), Enjoying Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Metanoia Institute.

Finlay, L. (2016). Probing between: Reflexive-relational approaches to human science research. In C. Fischer, L. Laubscher, & R. Brooke (Eds.), The qualitative vision: An invitation to the human science approach (pp. 71-90). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.

  • Finlay, L. and Evans, K. (2016). An invitation to engage in relational-centred phenomenological research. In J.Roubal (Ed.), Towards a research tradition in gestalt psychotherapy. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2014). Qualitative methodologies. In A. Vossler, & N. Moller (Eds.), The counselling & psychotherapy research trainee handbook. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2012). Debating phenomenological research methods. In N. Friesen, T. Saevi, & C. Henriksson (Eds.), Hermeneutic phenomenology in education: Method and practice. Sense Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2012). Five lenses for the reflexive interviewer. In J. Gubrium, J. Holstein, A. Marvasti, & J.Marvasti (Eds.), Handbook of interview research. CA: Sage Publications.

Finlay, L. (2011). Building evidence-based practice: Qualitative approaches and triangulation. In L. Jones, & J. Douglas (Eds.), Public health: Building innovative practice. Sage.

Finlay, L. (2011). Research: An existential predicament for our profession? In L. Barnett, & G. Maddison (Eds.), Existential therapy: Legacy, vibrancy and dialogue. London: Routledge.

Craig, C., & Finlay, L. (2009). Groupwork in physical rehabilitation. In M. Curtin, M. Molineux, & E. Supyk (Eds.), Occupational therapy and physical dysfunction. Elsevier.

Finlay, L., & Ballinger, C. (2007).The challenge of working with teams. In A. W. Fraser, & S. A. Matthews (Eds.), The critical practitioner in social work and health care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L., & Langdridge, D. (2007). Embodiment. In W. Hollway, H. Lucey, & A. Phoenix (Eds.), Social psychology Matters. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Finlay, L. (2007). Qualitative research towards public health.L. Jones (ed.), In Theory and research in promoting public health. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2006). Going exploring: The nature of qualitative research. In L. Finlay, & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester, Sussex: John Wiley Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2006). Mapping methodology. In L. Finlay & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester: John Wiley Publishers.

Finlay, L., & Steward, B. (2006). Disseminating the research: Towards making knowledge. In L. Finlay, & C. Ballinger (Eds.), Qualitative research for health professionals: Challenging choices. Chichester: John Wiley Publishers.

Birch, M., Gallagher, A., & Finlay, L. (2005). Positioning the learner: How work-based, open and distance learning can develop professional competencies in pre-registration mental health nurse education. In K. Rounce, & B. Workman (Eds.), Work-based learning in health care: Applications and innovations. Middlesex: Kingsham.

Finlay, L. (2003). Feeling powerless: Therapists’ battle for control. In S. Barrett, et al. (Eds.), Communication, relationships and care: A reader, London: Routledge.

Finlay, L. (2003). The reflexive journey: Mapping multiple routes. In L. Finlay, and B. Gough (Eds.), Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social science. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2003). Through the looking glass: Inter-subjectivity and hermeneutic reflection. In L. Finlay, & B. Gough (Eds.), Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social science. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Finlay, L. (2001). Groupwork. In J. Creek (Ed.), Occupational therapy and mental health 3rd edition. Edinburgh: Harcourt Brace Publishers.

Finlay, L. (2000). When actions speak louder: Groupwork in occupational therapy. In O. Manor (Ed.), Ripples: Applying groupwork in different settings. London: Whiting and Birch.

Finlay, L. (2000). The challenge of professionalism. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Critical practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2000). The challenge of teamwork. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Critical practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (2000). Safe haven and battleground: Collaboration and conflict within the team. In C. Davies, A. Brechin, & M. Eby (Eds.), Changing practice in health and social care. London: Sage.

Finlay, L. (1997). Groupwork. In J. Creek (Ed.), Occupational therapy and mental health 2nd edition. New York: Churchill Livingstone.

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