RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH


(This list only includes papers in English. For a whole list of our books/publications/research work -English and Greek- look up the Greek version on this web site)

PUBLICATIONS BY MEMBERS OF STAFF


ATHENA ANDROUTSOPOULOU

Androutsopoulou, A. (2015). Moments of meaning: Identifying inner voices in the autobiographical texts of Mark.Qualitative Psychology,2,2,130-146

Androutsopoulou, A., Bafiti, T., & Kalarritis, G. (2014). The enriched systemic perspective SANE- System Attachment Narrative Encephalon: Selected training guidelines for clinical practice.  Human Systems. The Journal of Therapy, Consultation and Training, 25,  2, 161 - 176. (earlier version as Working Paper of the Training and Research Institute for Systemic Psychotherapy. No 2013/2)

Androutsopoulou, A. (2014). Many inner authors: Practical comprehension of the notion of "inner self" in psychotherapy training. Systemic Thinking & Psychotherapy, 5, e-journal (hestafta.org)

Androutsopoulou, A. (2013). The use of early recollections as a narrative aid in psychotherapy. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 26, 313-329.

Androutsopoulou, A. (2011). Red Balloon: Approaching dreams as self-narratives. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 37, 479-490.

Androutsopoulou, A. (2005).Themes in nested stories: A case in synthetic family-oriented therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 24, 43-59.

Androutsopoulou, A., Thanopoulou, K. Economou, E. & Bafiti, T. (2004). Forming criteria for assessing the coherence of clients’ life stories: A narrative study. Journal of Family Therapy, 26, 384-406, 2004.

Androutsopoulou, A. (2001). The self-characterisation as a narrative tool: Applications in therapy with individuals and families. Family Process, 40, 79-94.

Androutsopoulou, A. (2001). Fiction as an aid to therapy: A narrative and family rationale for practice. Journal of Family Therapy, 23, 278-295.

Androutsopoulou, A. (2000). Idiography and nomothesis: The quest for integration. PSYCHOLOGY. The Journal of the Greek Psychological Association (ΕΛΨΕ),7, 151-160.

Androutsopoulou, A. (1993). Seeking evidence of inner consistency in persons’ accounts: Explorations in the area of AIDS. Unpublished PhD Thesis, School of Social Sciences,University of Bath, UK. .

TSABIKA BAFITI

Androutsopoulou, A., Bafiti, T., & Kalarritis, G. (2014). The enriched systemic perspective SANE- System Attachment Narrative Encephalon: Selected training guidelines for clinical practice.  Human Systems. The Journal of Therapy, Consultation and Training, 25,  2, 161 - 176. (earlier version as Working Paper of the Training and Research Institute for Systemic Psychotherapy. No 2013/2)

 

Androutsopoulou, A., Thanopoulou, K., Economou, E., Bafiti, T., (2004). Forming criteria for assessing the coherence of client’s life stories: a narrative study. The Journal of Family Therapy, 26, 383 – 405.


Georgas, J., Mylonas, K., & Bafiti, T., (2001). Functional relationships in the nuclear and the extended family: A 16 culture study. International Journal of Psychology, 36, 289-300.

Androutsopoulou, A., Thanopoulou, K., Economou, E., Bafiti, T. (2001). Form analysis of clients’ narratives: Coherence as a measure of “improvement”. Laboratory for the Study of Human Relations, Working Paper Series, No 2001/2., Athens.

Georgas, J., Bafiti, T., Mylonas, K., & Papademou, L. (2004). Families in Greece. In J. L. Roopnarine & U.P. Gielen (Eds.), Families in global perspective. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

GEORGE KALARRITIS

Androutsopoulou, A., Bafiti, T., & Kalarritis, G. (2014). The enriched systemic perspective SANE- System Attachment Narrative Encephalon: Selected training guidelines for clinical practice.  Human Systems. The Journal of Therapy, Consultation and Training, 25,  2, 161 - 176. (earlier version as Working Paper of the Training and Research Institute for Systemic Psychotherapy. No 2013/2)

 

Kalarritis, G. and Androulaki, D. (2001).The Early Intervention Network PLEFSI. EFTC Newsletter, 7,10-11

 Kalarritis, G. (1996). Being an adolescent and a drug user. Responses to adolescent drug use in Greece towards the year 2000. Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Rehabilitation and Drug policy (pp 61-69) Athens: KETHEA.

Kalarritis, G. (1997).The Secondary Prevention Centre of Strofi (Invited Speaker). Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Rehabilitation and Drug Policy (pp. 155-161), Oslo, Norway

Kalarritis, G. (1989).Greek and British Attitudes to Drugs. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, The University of Sheffield, U.K. Unpublished MMedSci Thesis.

 

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS/ POSTERS BY TRAINEES

  1. Making sense of current difficulties: Thematic analysis of clients’ early recollections as autobiographical stories (Likomitrou, N.,  Mavroforou, A.,  Moschakis, Ch.,  Nikolopoulou, V-N). Best poster award Most artistic poster presentation award, EFTA  2013 Congress.   Apublished  in Human Systems Special Edition on EFTA Instanbul Congress
  2. Two sides of support in crises: Narrative insights into the family experiences of clients (Athanassopoulou, I., Karampasi, M., Kontoni, N., Sarantidis, M.) Most innovative poster award, EFTA 2013 Congress. 
  3. Critical events in the process of long-term systemic therapy from the perspective of individual clients and their therapists (Christofis, O. Kyriazopoulou, E., Peppa, E., Saliaris, K..Zeriti, M.). Poster presented at EFTA 2013 Congress.
  4. Lesbian and Gay families: Understanding the dilemmas that emerge for family therapists (Viou, M. & Kalofonou, P.) Poster presented at EFTA 2013 Congress
  5. Assesing Therapy Micro-Changes using the QCCN (Qualitative Criteria for Coherence in Narratives) Tool: A case Example. (Andriosopoulou, P., Bingou, N., Giannoukakou, F., Koutsaftiki, K., Papadaki, E.,) 15th National Congress of Psycological Recearch, Cyprus, Nicosia, 27-31 May 2015, "Psycology in Greece and the Mediterranean" 
  6. Lesbian and Gay families: Exploring clients’ thoughts and  considerations (Viou, M. & Moschakis, C.)  20th EAP Congress, Greeece, Athens, 19-21 June 2015. "Gender And Psychotherapy"
  7.  Virginia Woolf’s “22 Hyde Park Gate”: A narrative analysis of her autobiographical speech on family sexual abuse.(Androutsopoulou, A., Moschona, N.,  Nioth, N., Rozou, E., Vakondiou, M.,  Yfanth, K., Zisi, O.) 20th EAP Congress, Greeece, Athens, 19-21 June 2015. "Gender And Psychotherapy"    you can read it here