Therapeutic community

Monographs

2011

“Therapeutic Living With Other People’s Children: An oral
history of residential therapeutic child care, c. 1930-c.1980”
HG-08-16728: Final Report to the Heritage Lottery Fund Covering the period January 2010 – October 2011 (3rd edition).
Adobe pdf document from otherpeopleschildren.org.uk website

Edited Monographs

1990

Residential Experience, Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children

Collected papers on therapeutic residential work with emotionally and behaviourally disturbed children.

Introductions and Afterwords

2009

Introduction to the IHWTE Publication Series“, in Tony Rees, “An Obscure Philanthropist”: Frank Mathews 1871-1948, Castle View Books (Leominster), pp. 241-243

Articles in journals

2015 R.D. Hinshelwood and Craig Fees, “Joint responsibility as an attitude of mind (working alongside) a letter by David Wills in the PETT archives”, Therapeutic Communities 36:3, pp. 186-191

2006

RadioTC International”, Oral History 34:2, pp. 18-20

2003

“Introduction” to two archive articles by Richard Crocket, “Notes on the architectural requirements of the therapeutic community approach to psychiatry in district general hospitals” (1972) and “Therapeutic community adaptation of standard plans for district general hospital psychiatric wards” (1973), Therapeutic Communities 24:3, pp. 227-231

2001

Preface: Unpublished Classics: “Children’s Hostels” by Arthur T. Barron (1943)”, Therapeutic Communities 22:4, pp. 292-295

1999

Obituary: Dr. Josephine Lomax-Simpson – ‘Doc’ (11 March 1925 – 25 May 1999), Therapeutic Communities 20:3 (1999), pp. 231-236.

1998

From the Archives 3”, Therapeutic Communities 19:3 pp. 247-248

1998

‘“No Foundation All the Way Down the Line”: History, Memory, and ‘milieu therapy’ from the view of a specialist archive in Britain’, Therapeutic Communities 19:2, pp. 167-178.

1998

“From the Archives”, Therapeutic Communities 19:1, pp. 65-66

1997

“From the Archives”, Therapeutic Communities 18:4, pp. 310-311

1991

“Maxwell Jones: Bibliography: Papers, Lectures and Other Publications”, International Journal of Therapeutic Communities 12:2/3, pp. 157-167.

1990

Reflections of a Folklorist in a Residential Therapeutic Community for Emotionally Deprived and Disturbed Children”, Maladjustment and Therapeutic Education 8 (2), pp. 68-73. Reprinted in Folklore in Use 1 (1993).

Articles in Newsletters

2005

Insight into an archive specialising in records devoted to work with disturbed, delinquent and distressing people”, ARC: Archives, Records Management and Conservation No, 196: December, pp. 4-5

2004

Hello, I must be going” [Editorial], Joint Newsletter 12, pp. 2-4

2004

Review of Face to Face With Children by Joel Kanter, Joint Newsletter 11, p. 37

2003

Wellcome Witness Seminar: February 18, 2003. ‘Beyond the asylum: anti-psychiatry and care in the community”, Joint Newsletter 7, p. 16.

2003

Harry Wilmer and ‘People Need People’” and “Dr. Harry Wilmer, interviewed by Craig Fees”, Joint Newsletter 7, pp. 55-56.

2002

Archivist/Director’s Report”, Joint Newsletter 5, pp. 23-27

2001

“Quality Network of Therapeutic Communities Launched: The Community of Communities’ – 26.10.01”, The Clinical Governance Support Service Bulletin, Number 21:November, pp.3-4

2001

Classic Turns 30 – Maurice Bridgeland’s Pioneer Work With Maladjusted ChildrenJoint Newsletter 3, p. 30.

Online

2010

“A Fearless Frankness: The professional formation of psychiatrist Donald Winnicott, and a crucial lost episode in the history of therapeutic residential child care”

Children Webmag (September) http://www.childrenwebmag.com/articles/child-care-history/a-fearless-frankness

2008

“Lost Bridges and Residential Therapeutic Child Care: Howard Jones (1918 –2007) and Reluctant Rebels”

Children Webmag (May) http://www.childrenwebmag.com/articles/child-care-history/lost-bridges-and-residential-therapeutic-child-carehoward-jones-1918-–2007-and-reluctant-rebels

Unpublished presentations

2011

“The ‘Therapeutic Living’ project: Origins and Overview”, presentation as part of the project conference, “The Struggle of Memory Against Forgetting: Telling the story and sharing the experiences of residential child care”, University of Birmingham Medical School, Birmingham

2010

“Case Study: ‘Therapeutic Living With Other People’s Children'”, presentation at “From Coalface to Facebook? Using new social media and technology to record, remember and share child care experience” Child Care History Network Annual Conference

2009

“A Fearless Frankness: The professional formation of psychiatrist Donald Winnicott, and a crucial lost episode in the history of therapeutic residential child care. Paper presented at “Therapeutic Community, The Archive, and Historical Research” a one-day workshop organised by Dr. Jonathan Toms at the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick on November 21st, 2009. An earlier version was presented in May 2009 at the University of Stirling in the Department of Applied Social Science seminar series.

1999

This Land is Your Land…a specialist archive and study centre for ‘alternative’ therapeutic and educational environments”, Oral History Society Conference, 15.5.1999

Broadcasts

1996, May 7

‘Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre’, BBC Radio Gloucestershire