Publications

This page contains a list of publications which members of the ICBT have authored. Where possible we have included a link to the article or abstract.

Book Publications

James, P. Kearns, C. Cambell, A. Smyth, B. (2013) Adolescents and Substance Use: The handbook for professionals working with young people. Published by Radcliffe. *

Journal articles

James, P. (2002) A place for Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) in the practice of psychiatric nursing. Irish Nurse. 4(7) pp. 14-16.

James, P. (2003) Non-judgemental care: helping nurses overcome their negative attitudes to patients. All Ireland Journal of Nursing & Midwifery. 2(8) pp. 18-21. *

James, P. (2006) A brief overview of Borderline Personality Disorder. Scottish Nurse. 10(8) pp. 30-31.

James, P. (2007) Remembering Albert Ellis: perfectly human. Mental Health Practice. 11(2) p. 22. *

James, P.D. & Cowman S. (2007) Psychiatric nurses’ knowledge, experience and attitude towards clients with Borderline Personality Disorder. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 14 pp. 670-678. *

James, P. (2008) Developing in the right direction: CBT in the treatment of substance misuse. Eisteach (The Quarterly Journal of the Irish Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy. 8(2) pp. 26-31. *

James, P. Spiro, D., Geoghegan, N., Connor, A. & Hawthorne, G. (2008) Exploring the health concerns of people taking methadone. Nursing Times. 104(35) pp. 26-27. *

Geoghegan, N., James, P., Connor, A., Hawthorne, G. & Spiro, D. (2008) Road blocks to a healthy recovery. Nursing in the Community. 9(6) pp. 24-26.

Edokpolo, O., James, P., Kearns, C., Campbell, A. & Smyth, B. (2010) Gender Differences in Psychiatric Symptomatology in Adolescents attending a Community Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program. The Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 42(1) pp. 31-36. *

James, P. (2010) Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy with Substance Abusing Adolescents. The Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapist. 13(1) pp. 5-11* Kearns, C.,

James, P. & Smyth, B. (2011) Drinking patterns and preferences among Irish substance abusing teenagers: a pilot study. Journal of Addictions Nursing. 22 (3) pp. 124-129. *

Book Chapters

James, P. & Smyth, B. (2011) The Child’s Perspective in Cooper, D. (editor) Mental Health-Substance Use Book Series: Book 3 – Responding in Mental Health-Substance Use. Radcliffe Publishing Ltd., Oxford. pp. 61-76

Book / Media Reviews

James, P. (2007) Book review: Understanding Nicotine & Tobacco Dependence. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 14(6) pp. 618-619*

James, P. (2008) Book review: Drugs in Society: European Perspectives. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 15(7) pp. 612-613*

James, P. (2008) Book review: Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy in the Treatment of Addictions: a treatment planner for clinicians. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 15(8) pp. 701-702*

James, P. (2009) Book review: Think You’re Crazy? Think Again: a resource book for Cognitive Therapy for psychosis. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 16(4) pp. 407-408*

James, P. (2009) Book review: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mental Health Workers. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 16(5) pp. 499-500*

James, P. (2010) Book review: Substance Use Problems (Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practise Series) Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 17(9) pp. 854-855*

James, P. (2011) Book review: An evidence based guide to anti-psychotic medications. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing. 18(2) pp. e4.*

* peer reviewed ICBT Members in bold