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Phyllida Parsloe
Associate Professor of Law
  1. Presenting Reality--The Choice of a Casework Method, 8 BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK 6 (1965).

  2. The Choice of Casework Method, 19 MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK 233 (1966).

  3. Working Together-- Facts and Phantasies, 19 MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK 208 (1966).

  4. Working with a Family in a Child Guidance Setting (with D. Howell), 8 BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK 10 (1966).

  5. Families Who Do Not Come to Clinics, in REPORT OF THE INTER-CLINIC CONFERENCE.  London: National Association for Mental Health, 1967.

  6. The Supervision of New Medical Social Workers, 20 MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK 101 (1967).

  7. Thinking About the Future of Child Guidance, 9 BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK 90 (1967).

  8. THE WORK OF THE PROBATION AND AFTER-CARE OFFICER.  London:  Routledge & K. Paul, 1967.

  9. Training Probation Students for After-care, 13 CASE CONFERENCE 272 (1968).

  10. Probation in Britain: Factors Influencing the Probation Officer's Choice of Work with Clients, 13 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OFFENDER THERAPY 91 (1969).

  11. Some Thoughts on Social Group Work, 10 BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK 3 (1969).

  12. Stress--Summing Up, 22 MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK 247 (1969).

  13. What Is Social Group Work? 5 DEAF WELFARE 134 (1969).

  14. What Social Workers Say in Groups of Clients, 1 BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK 39 (April 1971).

  15. Cross-sex Supervision in the Probation and After-care Service, 12 BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY 269 (1972).

  16. The Mother of a Mongol Girl Talks About the Experience (with Jane Rose), 2 BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK 5 (Spring 1972).

  17. Through the Eyes of the Probation Officer, 2 BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK 21 (Spring 1972).

  18. Why Don't Probation Officers Run Client Groups?, 18 PROBATION JOURNAL 4 (January 1972).