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Books

Flaskas, C., Mason, B., & Perlesz, A. (Eds.). (2011). The space between: Experience, context, and process in the therapeutic relationshipKarnac Books.

Gahan, L., & Jones, T. (Eds), (2013) ‘Heaven Bent: Australian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Experiences of Faith, Religion and Spirituality’, Clouds of Magellan, Melbourne Australia.

McKenzie, P. (2010). Mirroring our face in Green-sun's land: An ethnography of Vietnamese Australians and antipodean second contact. Saarbrucken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Power, J. (2011). Movement, knowledge, emotion: Gay activism and HIV/AIDS in Australia. ANU E Press.

Book chapters 

Cuff, R., Cowling, V., Luntz, J., & Verscharen, K. (2004). Peer support activities for children and young people who have a family member with mental illness. In Cowling, V. (Ed.), Children of parents with mental illness 2: Personal and clinical perspectives. Melbourne: Australian Council of Education Research.

Cuff, R. & Wragg, S. (1999). Champs camps. In Cowling, V. (Ed.), Children of parents with mental illness. Melbourne: Australian Council of Education Research.

Cuff, R. (1999). Myths and morality: How should we ‘treat’ mental illness? In Kowalski, R. & Coe, M. (Eds.), The Decameron Project collection: Essays on morality and civic duty. Clayton, Victoria, Australia: Monash University.

Elliott, R. & Welfare, A. (2011). Establishing safety while building the therapeutic relationship: responding to abuse in family therapy. In Rhodes, P. & Wallis, A. (Eds.), A practical guide to family therapy. Melbourne: IP Communications.

Farhall, J., Harvey, C., Kazantzis, N., King, R., Meadows, G., O’Hanlon, B., Petrik, A., Rao, S., Shawyer, F., Thomas, N. & Young, J. (2012). Psychological therapies. In Meadows, G., Singh, B., & Grigg, M. (Eds.), Mental health in Australia: Collaborative community practice. South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.

Fossey, E., Cuff, R., Ennals, P., Grey, F., McKenzie, P., Meadows, G., Lloyd, C., Papakotsias, A., Waghorn, G., & Zimmermann, A. (2012). Supporting recovery and living well. In Meadows, G., Singh, B., & Grigg, M. (Eds.), Mental health in Australia: Collaborative community practice. South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.

Fuller, A., McGraw, K., & Goodyear, M. (2002). Bungy jumping through life: A developmental framework for the promotion of resilience. In Rowling, L., Martin, G., & Walker, L. (Eds.), Mental health promotion and young people: Concepts and practice. Seoul, Korea: McGraw-Hill.

Gahan, L., (2014) ‘I will be married in the eyes of God: Religious same-sex attracted young people reimagining their future’. In D. Llewellyn, & S. Sharma. (Eds), Religion, Equalities and Inequalities. Ashgate, Aldershot England. (Accepted, In Press)

Gahan, L.B., (2013) ‘God Still loves me: young people and religious homopositivity’. In L. Gahan, & T. Jones. (Eds), Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality (pp. 238-261). Clouds of Magellan, Melbourne Australia.

Gahan, L., (2013) ‘From the Embers of Religion a New Spirituality Grew’. In L. Gahan, & T. Jones. (Eds), Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality (pp. 1-6). Clouds of Magellan, Melbourne Australia.

Gahan, L., Jones, T., (2013) ‘From Clashes to Coexistence’. In L. Gahan, & T. Jones. (Eds), Heaven Bent: Australian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex experiences of faith, religion and spirituality (pp. xxi-xxviii). Clouds of Magellan, Melbourne Australia.

Gahan, L.B., (2011) ‘The Ins and Outs of Marriage (and Divorce)’. In V. Marsh (Ed), Speak Now: Australian Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage (pp. 61-69). Clouds of Magellan, Thornbury, Victoria.

Ingram, C., Jenny & Perlesz, A. (2007). The getting and giving of wisdoms: Generating hope. In Flaskas, C., McCarthy, I., & Sheehan, J. (Eds.), Hope and despair in narrative and family therapy: Adversity, forgiveness and reconciliation. East Sussex: Routledge.

Perlesz, A. & Brown, R. (2005). Adopting a research lens in family therapy: a means to therapeutic collaboration. In Flaskas, C., Mason, B., & Perlesz, A. (Eds.). (2011). The space between: Experience, context, and process in the therapeutic relationship. London: Karnac Books.

Perlesz, A., Furlong, M and the 'D' Family. (1996). In Flaskas, C., & Perlesz, A. (Eds.), The therapeutic relationship in systemic therapy. London: Karnac Books.

Perlesz, A., Furlong, M., & McLachlan, D. (1989). Family-centered rehabilitation: Family therapy for the head-injured and their relatives. In Harris, R., Burns, R. & Rees, R. (Eds.), Recovery from brain injury: Expectations, needs, and processes. Adelaide: Institute for the Study of Learning Difficulties.

Watkins, D., McCormick, F., & Cuff, R. (2011). Engaging the individual and family. In Cooper, D. B. (Ed.), Care in mental health - substance use. London: Radcliffe Publishing. 

Peer reviewed papers

Agnetti, G., Barbato, A., & Young, J. (1993). A systems view of family interventions in residential psychosocial rehabilitation programs. International Journal of Mental Health, 22(3), 73-82.

Agnetti, G., & Young, J. (1993). Chronicity and the experience of timelessness: An intervention model. Family Systems Medicine, 11(1), 67.

Allison, S., Perlesz, A., Pote, H., Stratton, P., & Cottrell, D. (2002). Extended dialogue about significant developments: Manualising systemic family therapy: The Leeds ManualAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 23(3), 153-158.

Bamberg, J., Perlesz, A., McKenzie, P., & Read, S. (2010). Utilising implementation science in building research and evaluation capacity in community healthAustralian Journal of Primary Health, 16(4), 276-283.

Beauchamp, J. (2013). An interview with Laurie MacKinnon, PhD, 2012 ANZJFT special award recipientAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 34(1), 75.

Bradley, G., Couchman, G., Perlesz, A., Nguyen, A. T., Singh, B., & Riess, C. (2006). Multiple family group treatment for English-speaking and Vietnamese-speaking families living with schizophrenia. Psychiatric Services, 57(4) 521-530.

Brown, R., & Perlesz, A. (2008). In search of a name for lesbians who mother their non-biological children. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 4(4), 453-467.

Brown, R., & Perlesz, A. (2008). Not the “other” mother: How language constructs lesbian co-parenting relationshipsJournal of GLBT Family Studies, 3(2-3), 267-308.

Butera-Prinzi, F., Charles, N., Heine, K., Rutherford, B., & Lattin, D. (2010). Family-to-Family Link Up Program: A community-based initiative supporting families caring for someone with an acquired brain injuryNeuroRehabilitation, 27(1), 31-47.

Butera-Prinzi, F., & Perlesz, A. (2004). Through children's eyes: Children's experience of living with a parent with an acquired brain injuryBrain Injury, 18(1), 83-101.

Carman, M., Grierson, J., Pitts, M., Hurley, M., & Power, J. (2010). Trends in the location of the HIV-positive population in Australia: Implications for access to healthcare services and deliverySexual Health, 7(2), 154-158.

Charles, N., Butera-Prinzi, F., & Perlesz, A. (2007). Families living with acquired brain injury: A multiple family group experienceNeuroRehabilitation, 22(1), 61-76.

Cowling, V., Edan, V., Cuff, R., Armitage, P., & Herszberg, D. (2006). Mental health consumer and carer participation in professional education: ‘Getting there together’ for children of parents with mental illness and their familiesAustralian Social Work, 59(4), 406-421.

Crouch, S. R., Waters, E., McNair, R., Power, J., & Davis, E. (2012). ACHESS–The Australian study of child health in same-sex families: background research, design and methodologyBMC public health, 12(1), 646.

Dwyer, J., & Miller, R. (1996). Disenfranchised grief after incest The experience of victims/daughters, mothers/wives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 17(3), 137-145.

Elliott, R. (1997). Therapy with remarried couples—A multitheoretical perspectiveAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 18(4), 181-193.

Farhall, J., Webster, B., Hocking, B., Leggatt, M., Riess, C., & Young, J. (1998). Training to enhance partnerships between mental health professionals and family caregivers: A comparative studyPsychiatric Services, 49(11), 1488-1490.

Fernbacher, S., Goodyear, M., & Farhall, J. (2009). Taking a closer look: A cross-sector audit of families where a parent has a mental illnessAdvances in Mental Health, 8(3), 242-249.

Gahan, L., Jones, T., Hillier, L. (2014) ‘An Unresolved Journey: Religious Discourse and Same-Sex Attracted and Gender Questioning Young People’, Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Vol 25, 202-229.

Goodyear, M. J., Crewther, S. G., Murphy, M. J., Giummarra, L., Hazi, A., Junghans, B. M., & Crewther, D. P. (2010). Spatial and temporal dissociation of AQP4 and Kir4. 1 expression during induction of refractive errorsMolecular Vision, 16, 1610.

Goodyear, M. J., Crewther, S. G., & Junghans, B. M. (2009). A role for aquaporin-4 in fluid regulation in the inner retinaVisual Neuroscience, 26(2), 159-165.

Goodyear, M., Cuff, R., Maybery, D., & Reupert, A. (2009). CHAMPS: A peer support program for children of parents with a mental illnessAdvances in Mental Health, 8(3), 296-304.

Harvey, C., & O’Hanlon, B. (2013). Family psycho-education for people with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders and their families. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 47(6), 516-520.

Ingram, C. & Perlesz, A. (2004). The getting of wisdoms. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2, 49-56.

Jorgensen, A., Boyle, A., Young, J., Stuart, J., McCormick, F., Halloran, K., Schotten, H., Pearce, J. & Rubenstein, R. (2003). Revisiting family of origin in the training of family therapistsAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 24(3), 132.

Larner, G., Lobsinger, C., Arnstein, M., Perlesz, A., McNatty, B., James, K., Brown, J. & Holmes, S. (2002). ANZJFT Symposium: what are the core learnings of family therapy?Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 23(3), 128-137.

Lindsay, J., Perlesz, A., Brown, R., McNair, R., De Vaus, D., & Pitts, M. (2006). Stigma or respect: Lesbian-parented families negotiating school settingsSociology, 40(6), 1059-1077.

Lyons, A., Pitts, M., Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Power, J. Aging with HIV: Health and psychosocial wellbeing of older gay men. AIDS Care, 22(10), 1236-1244.

Marshall, A. T., Goodyear, M. J., & Crewther, S. G. (2012). Sequential quantitative X‐ray elemental imaging of frozen‐hydrated and freeze‐dried biological bulk samples in the SEM. Journal of microscopy, 245(1), 17-25.

Maybery, D., Goodyear, M., & Reupert, A. (2012). The family-focused mental health practice questionnaire. Archives of psychiatric nursing, 26(2), 135-144.

Maybery, D. J., Goodyear, M. J., Reupert, A. E., & Harkness, M. K. (2012). Goal setting within family care planning: families with complex needs. Mental health, 2(62), 11.

Maybery, D., Reupert, A., Goodyear, M., Ritchie, R., & Brann, P. (2009). Investigating the strengths and difficulties of children from families with a parental mental illnessAdvances in Mental Health, 8(2), 165-174.

Maybery, D. J., Reupert, A. E., Patrick, K., Goodyear, M., & Crase, L. (2009). Prevalence of parental mental illness in Australian families. Psychiatric Bulletin, 33(1), 22-26.

Maybery, D., Steer, S., Reupert, A., & Goodyear, M. (2009). The kids coping scale. Stress and Health, 25(1), 31-40.

McNair, R., Power, J., & Carr, S. (2009). Comparing knowledge and perceived risk related to the human papilloma virus among Australian women of diverse sexual orientations. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 33(1), 87-93.

McNair, R., Brown, R., Perlesz, A., Lindsay, J., De Vaus, D., & Pitts, M. (2008). Lesbian parents negotiating the health care system in Australia. Health Care For Women International, 29(2), 91-114.

McNair, R., Dempsey, D., Wise, S., & Perlesz, A. (2002). Lesbian parenting: Issues, strengths and challengesFamily Matters, 63, 40.

Miller, R. M., & Sutherland, K. K. (1999). Partners in healing: Systemic therapy with survivors of sexual abuse and their partnersJournal of Family Studies, 5(1), 97-111.

Miller, R., & Dwyer, J. (1997). Reclaiming the mother‐daughter relationship after sexual abuseAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 18(4), 194-202.

Murphy, M.J., Crewther, S.G., Goodyear, M.J., & Crewther, D.P. (2011). A neuromodulatory role for the nitric oxide system in the mechanism of ocular refractive compensation. British Journal of Pharmacology, 164(6), 1614-1626.

O'Neill, I., & Rottem, N. (2012). Reflections and learning from an agency‐wide implementation of single session work in family therapy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33(1), 70-83.

Paterson, R., Luntz, H., Perlesz, A., & Cotton, S. (2002). Adolescent violence to parents: Maintaining family connections when the going gets tough. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 23(2), 90-100.

Perlesz, A., Power, J., Brown, R., McNair, R., Schofield, M., Pitts, M., Barrett, A. & Bickerdike, A. (2010). Organising work and home in same-sex parented families: findings from the Work Love Play studyAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 31(4), 374-391.

Perlesz, A. (2007). “Fathers” cannot easily be de-gendered: Response to Silverstein and AuerbachJournal of Feminist Family Therapy, 18(4), 93-97.

Perlesz, A., Brown, R., Lindsay, J., McNair, R., De Vaus, D., & Pitts, M. (2006). Family in transition: parents, children and grandparents in lesbian families give meaning to ‘doing family’Journal of Family Therapy, 28(2), 175-199.

Perlesz, A. (2005). Deconstructing the fear of father absenceJournal of Feminist Family Therapy, 16(3), 1-29.

Perlesz, A., & McNair, R. (2004). Lesbian parenting: Insiders' voicesAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 25(3), 129-140.

Perlesz, A., Young, J., Patersorr, R., & Bridge, S. (1994). The reflecting team as a reflection of second order therapeutic ideals. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 15(3), 117-127.

Perlesz, A., De Vaus, D., Brown, R., McNair, R., Lindsay, J., & Pitts, M. (2006). Full spaces, full lives: response to commentary by Stephen Hicks. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 7(2), 231-233.

Perlesz, A., Brown, R., McNair, R., Lindsay, J., Pitts, M., & De Vaus, D. (2006). Lesbian family disclosure: Authenticity and safety within private and public domainsLesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 7(1), 53-64.

Perlesz, A., & Lindsay, J. (2003). Methodological triangulation in researching families: making sense of dissonant dataInternational Journal of Social Research Methodology, 6(1), 25-40.

Perlesz, A., & Rycroft, P. (2001). Speaking the unspeakable: Reclaiming grief and loss in family lifeAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 22(2), 57.

Perlesz, A., Kinsella, G., & Crowe, S. (2000). Psychological distress and family satisfaction following traumatic brain injury: Injured individuals and their primary, secondary, and tertiary carersThe Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 15(3), 909-929.

Perlesz, A. (1999). Complex responses to trauma: Challenges in bearing witnessAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 20(1), 11-19.

Perlesz, A., Kinsella, G., & Crowe, S. (1999). Impact of traumatic brain injury on the family: A critical reviewRehabilitation Psychology, 44(1), 6.

Perlesz, A., & O'Loughlan, M. (1998). Changes in stress and burden in families seeking therapy following traumatic brain injury: A follow-up study. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 21(4), 339-354.

Perlesz, A., Furlong, M., & McLachlan, D. (1992). Family work and acquired brain damage. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 13(3), 145-153.

Perlesz, A. J., Stolk, Y., & Firestone, A. F. (1990). Patterns of learning in family therapy training. Family Process, 29(1), 29-44.

Stolk, Y., & Perlesz, A. J. (1990). Do better trainees make worse family therapists? A followup study of client families. Family Process, 29(1), 45-58.

Power, J., Perlesz, A., McNair, R., Schofield, M., Pitts, M., Brown, R., & Bickerdike, A. (2012). Gay and bisexual dads and diversity: Fathers in the Work, Love, Play studyJournal of Family Studies, 18(2-3), 143-154.

Power, J., Perlesz, A., Brown, R., Schofield, M. J., Pitts, M. K., McNair, R., & Bickerdike, A. (2012). Bisexual parents and family diversity: Findings from the Work, Love, Play studyJournal of bisexuality, 12(4), 519-538.

Power, J., Perlesz, A., Brown, R., Schofield, M., Pitts, M., McNair, R., & Bickerdike, A. (2010). Diversity, tradition and family: Australian same-sex attracted parents and their familiesGay & Lesbian Issues & Psychology Review, 6(2).

Power, J., Perlesz, A., Schofield, M. J., Pitts, M. K., Brown, R., McNair, R., Barrett, A. & Bickerdike, A. (2010). Understanding resilience in same-sex parented families: the Work, Love, Play studyBMC Public Health, 10(1), 115.

Power, J. (2009). Rites of belonging: Grief, memorial and social action. Health Sociology Review, 18(3), 260-272.

Power, J., Grealy, C., & Rintoul, D. (2009). Tobacco interventions for Indigenous Australians: a review of current evidence. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20(3), 186-194.

Power, J., McNair, R., & Carr, S. (2009). Absent sexual scripts: lesbian and bisexual women's knowledge, attitudes and action regarding safer sex and sexual health information. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 11(1), 67-81.

Proctor, K., Perlesz, A., Moloney, B., McIlwaine, F., & O'Neill, I. (2008). Exploring theatre of the oppressed in family therapy clinical work and supervisionCounselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8(1), 43-52.

Proctor, K. (1997). The bells that ring: A process for group supervisionAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 18(4), 217-220.

Reupert, A. E., Cuff, R., Drost, L., Foster, K., van Doesum, K. T., & van Santvoort, F. (2012). Intervention programs for children whose parents have a mental illness: a review. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(7), 18.

Reupert, A., Goodyear, M., & Maybery, D. (2012). Engaging with, and understanding children whose parents have a dual diagnosis. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 17(3), 153-160.

Reupert, A., Goodyear, M., Eddy, K., Alliston, C., Mason, P., Maybery, D., & Fudge, E. (2009). Australian programs and workforce initiatives for children and their families where a parent has a mental illness. Advances in Mental Health, 8(3), 277-285.

Riess, C., Welfare, A. L., Young, J., Elliott, R., Rycroft, P., Perlesz, A. J., Dwyer, J.A. & Moloney, B. B. (2002). Perspectives on teaching family therapy from The Bouverie Centre. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 4, 72-78.

Roche, H., & Perlesz, A. (2000). A legitimate choice and voice: The experience of adult adoptees who have chosen not to search for their biological familiesAdoption & Fostering, 24(2), 8-19.

Rottem, N. (2010). Commentary on Two dads: Gay male parenting and its politicisation—A cooperative inquiry action research studyAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 31(4), 324-325.

Rycroft, P., & Young, J. (1997). Single session therapy: Capturing the momentPsychotherapy in Australia, 4(1), 18.

Watts, R., & Perlesz, A. (1999). Psychosocial outcome risk indicator: predicting psychosocial outcome following traumatic brain injuryBrain Injury, 13(2), 113-124.

Welfare, A. (2008). How qualitative research can inform clinical interventions in families recovering from sibling sexual abuseAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 29(3), 139-147.

Wyman, K., Clarke, S., McKenzie, P., & Gilbert, M. (2007). The impact of participation in a support group for carers of a person with schizophrenia: A qualitative study. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 12(2).

Young, J., Weir, S., & Rycroft, P. (2012). Implementing single session therapy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33(1), 84-97.

Young, J., & Rycroft, P. (2012). Single session therapy: What's in a name?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33(1), 3.

Young, J., Bailey, G., & Rycroft, P. (2004). Family grief and mental health: A systemic, contextual and compassionate analysisAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 25(4), 188-197.

Young, J., & Oliver, I. (1997). Should mental health professionals show their feelings?Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 21(1), 23-30.

Young, J. & Oliver, I. (1997). Reducing staff burnout: Innovative ideas. Psychiatric Services, 48(5), 734.

Young, J., Saunders, F., Prentice, G., Macri‐Riseley, D., Fitch, R., & Pati‐Tasca, C. (1997). Three journeys toward the reflecting team. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 18(1), 27-37.

Young, J. (1994). The loss of time in chronic systems: An intervention model for working with longer term conditions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 15(2), 73-80.

Young, J., Perlesz, A., Paterson, R., O'Hanlon, B., Newbold, A., Chaplin, R., & Bridge, S. (1989). The reflective team process in trainingAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 10(2), 69-74.

Conference proceedings

Cuff, R. & Mildred, H. (1998). Parents in partnerships: Developing services to better meet the needs of parents who have a mental illness. Paper presented at TasTHEMHS, Tasmania, 1999.

Farhall, J., Hocking, B., Leggat, M., Riess, C., & Young, J. (1995). The impact of a family work training intervention on a mental health network. Presented at the 5th Annual Mental Health Services Conference of Australia and New Zealand, 1995.

Rycroft, P. & Young, J. (2003). Grief and mental illness. Paper presented at the Carer's Conference, Melbourne, 2003.

Young, J. (2006). No bullshit therapy. Paper presented at Australian Conference of Family Therapy, Melbourne, 2006.

Young, J. (2005). How to help your family member with mental illness. Paper presented at the CALD Conference, Melbourne, 2005.

Young, J. (2005). Ways to reduce conflict and support recovery. Paper presented at the Carer's Conference, Melbourne, 2005.

Young, J. (2004). The real trauma of mental illness. Paper presented at the CALD Conference, Melbourne, 2004.

Young, J., Riess, C., & O'Neill, I. (2003). The Temper Tamers Club of Australia. Paper presented at the Australian Conference of Family Therapy, Melbourne, 2003.

Young, J. & Riess, C. (1997). Family sensitive practice. Paper presented at the Australian Conference of Family Therapy, 1997.

Young, J., Riess, C., & Rycroft, P. (1996). Single session therapy. Paper presented at the Australian Conference of Family Therapy, 1996.

Young, J. (1992). The loss of time in chronic systems, or: Tired and weary and going nowhere. Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Conference of Family Therapy, 1992.

Young, J. (1989). Reflecting team in training family therapists. Presented at the Australian and New Zealand Conference of Family Therapy, 1989.

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