Christine Thornton’s Publications


The Art and Science of Working Together: practising group analysis in teams and organisations, 2019, (Ed.), Routledge 

Group Analytic Contexts Special Edition on Reflective Practice, March 2017, Guest Editor

Group and Team Coaching, 2010, 2016, London Routledge

Managing grants in Southwark, 1998, (ed.) London, LB Southwark

Carers in London, 1997, London, City Parochial Foundation 

Creative Equality, 1996Cambridge, Eastern Arts (With Gill Taylor) 

Managing People, 1995, London, Directory of Social Change (With Gill Taylor) 

Choosing & Using a Solicitor, (Ed.), 1994, London, The Law Society

Making it Count: Evaluation Resource Pack, 1992, London, FIAC

Managing to Advise, 1989, London, FIAC

A Life of My Own, (Ed.), 1988, London, Blackfriars Settlement

Papers, articles, chapters and epublications

Several book reviews in Group Analysis, 2014-2023

Beyond the theory of everything: group analysis, conversation and five questions to choose theory in action with teams 2019, in Handbook of Team Coaching, eds. Clutterbuck D et al., Routledge 

The making of a team coach, in Handbook of Team Coaching, eds. Clutterbuck D et al., 2019, Routledge 

Towards a group analytic praxis for working with teams in organizations II, 2018, Group Analysis vol 51(1), pp. 72-90

Towards a group analytic praxis for working with teams in organizations I, 2017, Group Analysis vol 50(4), pp. 519-536

Reflective Practice and Practical Reflections: linking thought and action in difficult placesin Group Analytic Contexts Special Edition on Reflective Practice (ed.) March 2017, pp. 5-11

Psychodynamic/systemic and group analytic supervision, in Coaching Supervision, eds. Clutterbuck, D., Whitaker, C. & Lucas, M., 2016, pp. 60-64

Excellence in Coaching – Group analytic supervision groups, in Global Coaching Perspectives, Issue 7, October 2015  

On the road to resilience: the help-seeking experiences of survivors of Institutional Childhood Abuse, in Child Abuse Review, 2014 (with Jeff Moore)

Hitting Home: Irish Identity and psychotherapy in the UK, 2014, British Journal of Psychotherapy, vol. 30, Issue 3, p. 286 (With Alan Corbett)

The Lifelong Impact of Institutional Childhood Abuse: The Perspective of the Irish in Britain, 2014, chapter in Fragments of Trauma and the Social Production of Suffering: Trauma, History and Memory, eds. Michael O’Loughlin and Marilyn Charles, London, Rowan & Littlefield

Open doors and open minds: a toolkit of sensitive practice for practitioners working with survivors of Institutional Child Abuse, 2014, e-publication, London, icap (With Jeff Moore, Mary Hughes & Eugene Waters)

Response to Foulkes Lecture: Intimacy and Social Suffering in a Globalised World: Elisabeth Rohr, 2014, Group Analytic Contexts 

Reflective practice and the experienced practitioner, 2013, Association for Coaching Newsletter, July 2013

Borrowing my self: An exploration of exchange as a group-specific therapeutic factor, 2004 

Building up your managers, NCVO News, June 1998

Some extracts are available as free downloads from the Free Resources page.