JOURNAL ARTICLES



RECURRENT GRIEF IN INTELLECTUAL Disability

Brown, J. M. (2016). Recurrent grief in mothering a child with an intellectual disability to adulthood: Grieving is the healing. Child and Family Social Work, 21:1, 113-122.

Open Dialogue and Dialogical Practice

Brown. J.M. (2010). The Milan Principles of Hypothesising, Circularity and Neutrality in Dialogical Family Therapy: Extinction, Evolution, Eviction … or Emergence? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 31(3), 248-265.

Brown, J.M. (2012). Theory practice and use of self in the open dialogue approach to family therapy: A simple complexity or a complex simplicity. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33(4), 266-282.

Brown, J.M. (2015). Therapeutic moments are the key: foster children give clues to their past experiences of trauma and neglect. Journal of Family Therapy, 37(3), 286-307.

Brown, J.M, Kurtti, M., Haaraniemi, T., Lohonen, E., & Vahtola, P. (2015). A north-south dialogue on open dialogues in Finland: The challenges and the resonances of clinical practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 36 (1), 51-68.

Brown, JM. (2017) Wherefore Art ‘Thou’ in the Dialogical Approach: The Relevance of Buber’s Ideas to Family Therapy and Research. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 36 (1), 188–203.

Brown, J.M. & Mikes-Liu, K. (2017). Editorial: Special Issue: Dialogical Practices. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 36 (1), 1-5.

Dialogical Research Methodology

Brown, J.M (2017). A dialogical research methodology based on Buber: Intersubjectivity in the research interview. Journal of Family Therapy, 39, 415-436.

 
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