Julia Segal: Publications: Papers

Segal, J.C.( 2015)   You Have to Keep Positive! Grieving? What’s That? Neuro-Disability & Psychotherapy 3(2) 128–133 20521782 issn

 2013  A World of Difference – Embrace and Respond. Julia Segal considers working with people with physical illnesses and wonders, are we different or are we the same?  Journal of BACP  University & College Counsellors Section. The ISSN for University and College Counselling is 2052-2355.

 Caring for a partner with cognitive impairments due to multiple sclerosis: a psychodynamic perspective. 2013 Neuropsychoanalysis; An interdisciplinary journal for Psychoanalysis and the Neurosciences,  2013, Vol 15 No 1. pp 87-99  ISSN: 1529-4145/ E-ISSN; 2044-3978

Julia Segal.  Lies about death.  Psychodynamic Practice September 2013. ISSN: 1475-3634 Version of record first published: 27 Feb 2013 online  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14753634.2013.771567http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/8JBef8upbA9VXacJrzUz/full for full text (will work up to 50 times; then goes to abstract)

Julia Segal.  2011 Failing to publish Outcomes data… Therapy Today  BACP Journal Volume: 22 Issue: 6  22(6):20-24  ISSN: 1748-7846 

Julia Segal. 2011 In praise of sadnessThe Independent Practitioner, BACP’s specialist division journal for counsellors and psychotherapists working independently.  Spring 2011 pp6-9

Julia Segal, Sue Baker, Elisabeth Koerber and Elizabeth Arbiser 2010  Working with brain damaged clientsTherapy Today March  pp 22-26  (Paper in journal of the BACP on the work of Psychotherapeutic Practitioners in Neurology)

Julia Segal: 2009. Flirting with death: the effects on relationships of surviving a life-threatening illness. Psychodynamic practice. Vol 15 No 1. February pp 77-83

Julia Segal2007The effects of Multiple Sclerosis on relationships with therapistsPsychoanalytic Psychotherapy  Vol 21 No 2. June.  pp168-180

Christoph Heesen, Julia Segal, Paiivi Hamalainen, Christine Reich, Friederike Broemel, Swenja Niemann, , Uli Simon, Rüdiger Gross, Yvonne Bulmer, Jürgen Kasper   Patient information on cognitive symptoms in MS – acceptability in relation to disease duration.  Acta Neurol Scand 2006  DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0404.2005.00630.x Blackwell Munksgaard 2006

Segal, J.C. (2006)Counselling people with disabilities and chronic illnesses: a psychodynamic approach. In S. Wheeler (ed).  Difference and Diversity in Counselling: contemporary  psychodynamic perspective.  Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan

Julia Segal; Guest Editor; special issue of Psychodynamic Practice on Working with people with Physical Illness or disability.  Vol 12 No.2  May 2006  Taylor and Francis Group

Editorial;  Working psychodynamically with people with physical illness or disability. (can be downloaded free from http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/14753634.asp)

Julia Segal Opinion: MS Network October 2005; small column about counselling provision in information sheet for professionals

Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis (RIMS) Psychology and Neuropsychology Special Interest Group. Contributors to MS Essentials: 10  Mood,  depression and emotions. (2006)  published by The MS Society, 372 Edgware Rd, London NW2 6ND

Christoph Heesen, Jürgen Kasper, Julia Segal, Sascha Köpke and Ingrid Mülhauser (2004) Decisional role preferences, risk knowledge and information interests in patients with multiple sclerosis.  Multiple Sclerosis 2004; 10: 643-650

Julia Segal (2004) Barriere Mentali: il Lavoro Psicologico nell’area della Malattia Cronica e della Disabilita.  Ed SMG Adamo and P.Valerio.  Quaderni di Counselling psicodinamico – E.Di.S.U Napoli 1  Translation of:  Counselling Young People with Disabilities / chronic illnesses.

December 2002: Talk given to University of Naples Student counselling service.  Naples University Counselling Service Booklet.  (in Italian)

Segal, J.C. (2003) ‘Your feelings or mine? Projective identification in a context of counselling families living with multiple sclerosis.’  Psychodynamic Practice 9 (2) : 153-171  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1353333031000104794

Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis (RIMS) Psychology and Neuropsychology Clinical Care Committee.  MS Essentials 02. MS, Memory and Thinking.  (2002)  Published by The MS Society, 372 Edgware Rd, London NW2 6ND  020 8438 0808   www.mssociety.org.uk

Segal, J.C. 1998 The role of a parent’s illness in the emotional experience of a child: evidence from Klein’s Narrative of a Child AnalysisPsychodynamic Counselling 4. Nov 1998. pp487-504  Paper written for the 80th birthday of Hanna Segal.    http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13533339808402525

Segal JC 1996. Training Professionals and Staff to work with people with multiple sclerosis. in Neuropsychology and Psychology; Report of a workshop in Stockholm, May 1995 under the auspices of Multiple Sclerosis and Rehabilitation, Care and Health Services in Europe, (MARCH) Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis (RIMS).

Segal JC 1996 Whose Disability? Counter-Transference in work with people with disabilities  in Psychodynamic Counselling 2.2 May pp 155-166    http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14753639608411271

Segal, J.C. (1995) Physical Disabilities in Inter-disciplinary Guide for Caring Professions and those who work in Voluntary Agencies.  Ed Michael Jacobs.  Mowbray (cassell)

Segal, J.C. (1995). The stresses of working with clients with disabilitiesIn Stresses in Counselling in Action. eds W.Dryden and V.Varma.  Sage publications Ltd., London.

Segal, J.C. Against Self-disclosure. In Questions and Answers on Counselling in Action, pp 10-15.  Ed. Windy Dryden.  Sage 1993

Segal, Julia 1992.  Melanie Klein:  Key Figures in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Sage Publications.  Sept 1992.  2nd Edition 2004  Hardback and paperback   Published in Chinese by Life Potential Publishing Co.Ltd.  Japanese trans in press 2004;  Polish translation 2006

Segal, Julia 1992. Living with Disabled Parents or Siblings: Parents with Multiple Sclerosis.  in Young Children Under Stress. Starting Points 13 Practical Guides for Early Years Workers. Ed Penelope Leach. Voluntary Organisations Liaison Council for Under Fives.  77 Holloway Rd. London N7 8JZ

Segal, J.C. 1991  Use of the concept of Unconscious Phantasy in understanding reactions to chronic illness.  Counselling: Vol 2 no 4 Nov 1991 pp. 146-149  Republished in The BAC Counselling Reader, eds S Palmer, S.Dainow and P Milner.  1996  Sage Publications, London. Pp 201-210  (photocopied in papers)

Segal, J.C. 1990/91  Multiple Sclerosis in the Workplace. Employee Counselling Today, Vol 2 Issue 4;  pp 24-30

Segal, J.C. Counselling. Chapter 7 in  Multiple Sclerosis Approaches to Management.  ed. Lorraine De Souza.  Chapman and Hall 1990

Rina Rosselson, Betty Bass, Joan Adams, Mina Hakda, Natalie Twydate, Julia Segal;  A matter of common sense: or is it?J. Electrophysiol.Technol.(1988)14 pp 151-157.

Segal, J.C. (1987) Independence and Control: Issues in the counselling of people with MS.  Counselling, No.62, November l987.

Segal, J.C. Counselling people with MS, their families and professionals involved with them.  In:  Counselling and Communication in Health Care.  Eds Lesley Fallowfield and Hilton Davies, John Wiley, London. (1991.)  Dept of Psychiatry.  pp 147-160

Segal, J.C.  The Professional Perspective. In:  Beyond Community Care: Normalisation and Integration Work. Part II Chapter 5 (ed Shula Ramon) Macmillan Education Ltd., London. (1991.) pp 85-112

Forti, A and Segal, J.C. (1986) MS and Pregnancy. available from: The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre, (MSRC) 4a Chapel Hill, Stansted, Essex, CM24 8AG

01206 505444

Segal, Julia : 1986; Emotional Reactions to MS. Available from The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre, (MSRC) 4a Chapel Hill, Stansted, Essex, CM24 8AG 01206 505444

Segal, J.C.(1979)  Mother, Sex and Envy in a Children’s story. International Review of Psychoanalysis, 6(4): 483-497

Article in Maternity Alliance, January l987.

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