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Books

Hazler, R. H. & Barwick, N. (2001The Therapeutic Environment: Core Conditions for Facilitating Therapy, Milton Keynes: Open University Press. www.mcgraw- hill.co.uk

Barwick, N. (ed) (2000) Clinical Counselling in Schools, London: Routledge. www.informaworld.com

Articles

Barwick, N. (2006) ‘Making Room: developing reflective capacity through group analytic psychotherapy – in the analyst and in the group (part two)’, Psychodynamic Practice, vol 12 no 1: 53-66. Download here.

Barwick, N. (2006) ‘Making Room: developing reflective capacity through group analytic psychotherapy – in the analyst and in the group (part one)’, Psychodynamic Practice, vol 12 no 1: 37-52. Download here.

Barwick N. (2008) ‘A Tribute to Ellen Noonan: Psychodynamic Practice and the transmigration of gnomes’, Psychodynamic Practice. www.informaworld.com

Barwick, N. (2008) ‘Psychodynamic Practice – Alive and Kicking?’, Psychodynamic Practice. www.informaworld.com

Barwick N. (2006) ‘Making Room: developing reflective capacity through group analytic psychotherapy - in the analyst and in the group (part two)’, Psychodynamic Practice.  www.informaworld.com

Barwick N. (2006) ‘Making Room: developing reflective capacity through group analytic psychotherapy - in the analyst and in the group (part one)’ Psychodynamic Practice. www.informaworld.com

Barwick N. (2004) ‘Bearing Witness: Group Analysis as Witness Training in Action’, Group Analysis. http://gaq.sagepub.com

Barwick N. (2003) ‘Mad Desire and Feverish Melancholy: Reflections on the Psychodynamics of Writing and Presenting’, British Journal of Psychotherapy.  www.blackwell-synergy.com

Barwick, N. (2003) ‘Witnessing War and Terror’, Psychodynamic Practice. www.informaworld.com

Barwick, N. (2001) ‘Underworldly goings on in schools: a pedagogue’s descent’, Psychodynamic Counselling. www.informaworld.com

Barwick, N. (2001) ‘Affective Education and the Role of the Counsellor’, Counselling in Education.

Barwick, N. (1995) ‘Pandora’s Box: an investigation of essay anxiety in adolescents’, Psychodynamic Counselling. www.informaworld.com

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