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List of Publications from  1947 - 1979

(1947). WILSON, A.T.M. The development of a scientific basis in family casework. Social Work, 4, pp 62-69.


(1949). WILSON, A.T.M. Some reflections and suggestions on the prevention and treatment of marital problems. Human Relations, 2, pp 233-252.


(1951). BALINT, E. Development of Family Discussion Bureau work. Social Casework, January, pp. 495-500.


(1955). BANNISTER, K. et al. Social casework in marital problems: the development of a psychodynamic approach. London, Tavistock Publications.


(1956). SUTHERLAND, J. D. Psychotherapy and social casework. In Goldberg, E. M. et al, (eds) The Boundaries of casework. London, A.P.S.W. PP 22-35.

1957 SUTHERLAND, J. D. Casework in a community setting. Social Work, 14, pp 265-278.


(1959). BALINT, E. Training postgraduate students in social casework. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 32, pp 193-199.


(1960). PINCUS, L., (ed) Marriage: studies in emotional conflict and growth. London, Methuen. (Reprinted in paperback, IMS, 1973).


(1961). WOODHOUSE, D. L., Psychiatric influences in community services, II. In Irvine, E. E., (ed) Ventures in professional co-operation. London, A.P.S.W. pp 64-76.


(1962). BALINT, E. How will this marriage work? - I. Social Work, 19, No. 4, 8-12.


(1962). IMS (Formerly : Family Discussion Bureau) The marital relationship as a focus for casework. Welwyn, Codicote Press. (Reprinted, IMS, 1971).


(1962). WOODHOUSE, D. L., How will this marriage work? - II. Social Work, 19, No. 4, 13-16..


(1963). BANNISTER, K. Marital interaction and its impact on the family. In King, J.F.S., (ed) New thinking for changing needs. London, Association of Social Workers pp 6-16.


(1965). BANNISTER, K. and PINCUS, L. Shared phantasy in marital problems: therapy in a four-person relationship. Hitchin, Codicote Press. (Reprinted, IMS, 1971).


(1965). PINCUS, L. Marriage problems and their implications for the family. W.H.O. Public Health Papers, 28, pp 51-63.


(1965). PINCUS, L. The nature of marital interaction. In Younghusband, E. (comp.) Social work with families. London, Allen and Unwin. pp 41-55.


(1966). BANNISTER, K. and PINCUS, L. Seminars on marital interaction for social workers in Israel. Social Work, 23, No. 4, pp 3-11.


(1967). WOODHOUSE, D. L., Short residential courses for post-graduate social workers. In Gosling, R. H., Miller, D. H., Turquet, P. M., and Woodhouse, D. L. The use of small groups in training. London, Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology. Codicote Press. pp 76-97.


(1967). WOODHOUSE, D. L., The marital relationship. In Council for Training in Social Work. Human growth and behaviour as a subject of study for social workers. London, C.T.S.W., pp 21-22.


(1969). WOODHOUSE, D. L., Marital problems: a strategy for service and research. In MARSHALL, J., (ed) The future of Christian marriage. London, Chapman. pp 110-122.


(1970) MATTINSON, J., Marriage and mental handicap. London, Duckworth.
American edition: Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press (Reprinted, IMS, 1975).


(1970). WOODHOUSE, D. L., Interactie in het huwelijk. Utrecht, Spectrum.


(1971). GUTHRIE, L. AND MATTINSON, J. Brief casework with a marital problem. London, IMS.


(1972). MATTINSON, J., 'Our Life': the first conference in England for the mentally handicapped. Social Work Today, 3, No. 15, pp 9-10.


(1973). LYONS, A. Therapeutic intervention in relation to the institution of marriage. In Gosling, R. H. (ed) Support innovation and autonomy. London, Tavistock Publications. pp 173-186. (unsigned editorial)


(1973). MATTINSON, J., Marriage and mental handicap. In De La Cruz, F. and Laveck, G. (eds) Human sexuality and the mentally retarded. New York, Brunner / Mazel. London, Butterworth, pp 169-185.


(1973). MATTINSON, J., The rights of the mentally handicapped. Lancet 1, No. 7815, pp 1295.


(1974). MAINPRICE, J. Marital interaction and some illnesses in children, London, IMS.


(1974). MAINPRICE, J. Ehe als Beziehung zwischen Innen - und Aussenwelt. Ehe Zentralblatt fur Ehe - und Familienkunde, 11, pp 24-37.


(1975). MATTINSON, J., The reflection process in casework supervision. London, IMS.


(1975). MORLEY, R. E. Sleeping beauty as a marital myth. Marriage Guidance, 15, pp 301-305.


(1975). PINCUS, L. Death and the family: the importance of mourning. New York, Pantheon Books. London, Faber, 1976.


(1975). SELIGMAN, E. The case for a versatile approach to analytical practice. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 20, pp 194-206.


(1975). WOODHOUSE, D. L. Personal development and marital interaction. Marriage Guidance, 15, pp 359-368.


(1976). CLULOW, C. F. Impact: Some experimental effects. Justice of the Peace, 140, pp 638-639.


(1976). SELIGMAN, E. A psychological study of anorexia nervosa. An account of the relationship between psychic factors and bodily functioning. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 21, pp 193-207.


(1977). WOODHOUSE, D. L. Referral from General Practice to specialised agencies. Proc. Royal Society of Medicine, 70, pp 498-502.


(1979). CLULOW, C. F. Now we are three. Marriage Guidance. 18, pp 148-152.


(1979). CLULOW, C. F. with Cleavely, E., Coussell, P., and Dearnley, B. Loves labour and loss. Health Visitor, 52, pp 74-76.


(1979). CLULOW, C. F. The first baby and stress. In WOOD, C., (ed) Health and the family. Proceedings of a conference..., Cincinnati, Ohio, 15-17 May 1978, London, Academic Press.


(1979). SELIGMAN, E. Some thoughts on stagnation and resuscitation in analytic work, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 24, pp 44-58.