Steve Killick, (2022). Fostering Storytellers:   Helping Foster Carers to build attachments and enhance emotional literacy through stories and oral storytelling.  In The Routledge International Handbook of Therapeutic Stories and Storytelling.    Eds: Jennings, S., Holmwood, C. & Jacksties, S.   Routledge.

Steve Killick, (2021). Feelings are Funny Things: Using Storytelling with Children Looked After and their Carers. In Storytelling, Special Needs and Disabilities: Practical approaches for children and adults. Ed: Grove, N.  Routledge.

Steve Killick, (2014). Foreword in Golding, K. Using stories to build bridges with traumatized children. Jessica Kingsley Publishing

Steve Killick, (2014). ‘A Way of Life’ and ‘The Harvey Jones Unit’ in Behind Many Doors-Writing from Whitchurch Hospital. Eds. Carradice, P. & Goffin,B. Accent Press.

Steve Killick, & Taffy Thomas, (2007) Telling Tales:Storytelling as Emotional Literacy. EPSL.

Steve Killick, (2006). Emotional Literacy at the Heart of the School Ethos. Sage/Lucky Duck

Steve Killick & Stuart Lindeman, (1999). Giving Sorrow Words: Managing Bereavement in Schools. Sage/Lucky Duck (A video and book training package)

Steve Killick & Jim Wilson (1999). Weaving words and emergent stories. In: Therapeutic Stories. Eds: Barry Bowen & Gary Robinson. Association of Family Therapy Publishing.

Commissioned Publications (Open Access – available for download)

Steve Killick & Phil Okwedy (2020).  Feelings are Funny Things:A Tool Kit for Exploring Thoughts, Feelings and Actions. CSCJES.

Steve Killick & Maria Boffey (2012). Building Relationships Through Storytelling:A Foster Carer’s Guide to Attachment and Stories. The Fostering Network

Papers & Articles

Steve Killick (2021). Metaphor and Meaning.  Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal  21, 2, 16-18.

Steve Killick (2019).  Storytelling Makes You Fly: Storytelling with the Italian Red Cross, Facts & Fiction, August 2019.

Steve Killick, James Feeney & Molly Rhinehart (2017). ‘Coping with Christmas’- A group intervention for bereaved children Bereavement Care 36:3, 112-118

Steve Killick, Vicky Curry & Pam Myles(2016). The Mighty Metaphor: A Collection of Therapist’s Favourite Metaphors and Analogies The Cognitive-Behavioural Therapist. Vol 9, e37.

Steve Killick, (2015). Telling Tales in CBT. CBT Today 43, 1, 10-11.

Steve Killick & Stephen Bowkett (2015). The Language of Feelings- A Reading and Storytelling Group in an Adolescent Unit. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 20,4, 585-590

Steve Killick (2014). Just what is CBT with Children and Families? CBT Today 42, 2, 18-19.

Steve Killick (2014). A Play on Words – Helping foster carers build attachments and create meaning through storytelling – Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review, 2,45-52

Mark Rivett & Steve Killick (2014). Giving away your wife and children: translating a Jataka Tale into a contemporary narrative. Asian Literature and Translation. Vol. 2, No. 6 1–12

Steve Killick(2012). Storytelling with Foster Carers:building bonds through stories. Storylines,59.

Neil Frude & Steve Killick(2011). Family storytelling and the attachment relationship. Psychodynamic Practice. 17, 4, 441-455.

Steve Killick & Neil Frude, (2009). The Teller, The Tale and The Told – A psychology of storytelling. The Psychologist, 22,10,850-853.

Steve Killick, (2007). Storytelling for Learning. Raising Achievement Update 41, 10-11.

Steve Killick, (2006). The Art of Listening. Raising Achievement Update. 33, 9-11.

Steve Killick,(2006). Telling tales to develop emotional literacy. Emotional Literacy Update, 24, 9-10.

Steve Killick & David Allen, (2005). Training staff in an adolescent inpatient unit in positive approaches to managing aggressive behaviour: Does it improve confidence and knowledge? Child Care in Practice, 11, 3, pp 323-339.

Steve Killick, (2004). Clinical dilemmas: Interventions with children experiencing attachment difficulties. Service & Practice Update, BPS Faculty of Children & Young People, 3, 23-25.

Rhonwen Parry & Steve Killick, (1998). An evaluation of the impact of an individually administered videotape for people with panic disorder. Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy. 26, 153-161.

Steve Killick & Cath Allen, (1997). Shifting the Balance – Motivational interviewing to help behaviour change in people with bulimia nervosa. European Eating Disorders Review, 5, 33-41.

Book Reviews in Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, CBT Today, Journal of Family Therapy, Clinical Psychology Forum, The Psychologist, Journal of Mental Health and others.

Video Training Films

Giving Sorrow Words: Managing Bereavement in Schools (1999). Director, writer (with Stuart Lindeman) and producer.   Sage/Lucky Duck  

Helping People Grieve- The Role of the Health Worker (1995) Director, writer (with Mike Larner and producer. Gwent Community Health.

Start Talking- Language Development in the First two Years (1994). Director, writer (with Sarah Barnes) Mind’s Eye Video.

Step by Step – A Way of Coping with Panic (1993) Writer, director and producer. Mind’s Eye Video.

I Want It, But I Don’t Want It An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (1990) Director, writer (with Stephen Rollnick) and producer.   Mind’s Eye Video.

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