Academic publications
Adrian Hemmings and Rosalind Field have published a book on the dilemmas of working as an independent practitioner. Hemmings, A & Field, R.(eds) (2007). Counselling and Psychotherapy in Contemporary Private Practice. Routledge Hove. 



 

Books and book chapters

Hemmings, A (2008) A response to critiques of CBT in Against and For CBT Towards a Constructive Dialogue. Eds Richard House and Del Loewenthal PCCS Books

Hemmings, A.J. Field, R. (Eds) (2007). Counselling and Psychotherapy in Contemporary Private Practice. Routledge London

Hemmings, A. J. (1998). Is counselling and psychotherapy effective? a review of the evidence. In Clinical Counselling in Context. Routlege, London.

Hemmings, A.J. (2005) Talking therapies - the evidence. In New Medicine. Dorling Kindersley

 

 

Journals

Hemmings (2014).  Medically Unexplained Symptoms: The Journal of Psychological Therapies in Primary Care.

Hemmings (2012) Scrutinising NICE: The impact of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence Guidelines on the provision of counselling and psychotherapy in primary care in the UK, Guy et al. A review by Adrian Hemmings. Self and Society.

Hemmings (2012).  A review of the CSJ's report on the provision of 'talking therapies' in the NHS. Self and Society. 39 issue 4 49-52.

 

Hemmings (2011). Liberation or limitation? the potential effects of the coalition's new NHS reorganisation on independent practitioners. The Independent Practitioner. BACP publications.

Hemmings (2009). CBT in Context. Psychotherapy Section Review. British Psychological Society.

 

Hemmings, A (2008) A response to critiques of CBT. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling p 10 1-9

Hemmings A (2001) Evidence based practice or practice based evidence - the use and abuse of research evidence. Counselling in Practice February issue.

Hemmings A (2000) A systematic review of research into psychological interventions in primary health care. Family Systems & Health. 18. 279 - 313.

Hemmings A (2000) Evidence based practice or practice based evidence? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol 28(2): 233-252

Hemmings A (2000) Counselling in primary care: does it work Holistic Health the Journal of the British Holistic Medical Association. 65 73-75.

Hemmings A (1999) Working with self harm Mental Health Journal.

Hemmings, A. (1997) Calls for help. Health Service Journal (June 12th)

Hemmings,A. (1997). Counselling in primary care: is it as effective as routine treatment? Patient Education and Counselling. 32. 219-230.

Hemmings,A. (1995). Dual diagnosis in substance abuse programmes. Therapeutic Communities 16, 135-137.

Strouthos,M. Ronder,J & Hemmings,A. (1995) Do you want to see a Counsellor or a Psychiatrist? The Psychiatric Bulletin.19 427-429

Hemmings A (2000) Using group to work with people who somatise (paper re-submitted to British Journal of Medical Psychology)

Hemmings A (2000) A systematic review of research into psychological interventions in primary health care. Family Systems & Health. 18. 279 - 313. 


Hemmings A (2000) Evidence based practice or practice based evidence? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol 28(2): 233-252

Hemmings A (2000) Counselling in primary care: does it work Holistic Health the Journal of the British Holistic Medical Association. 65 73-75.

Hemmings A (1999) Working with self harm Mental Health Journal.

Book Chapters
Hemmings, A. J. (1998). Is counselling and psychotherapy effective? A review of the evidence. In Clinical Counselling in Context. Routlege, London. Hemmings, A.J. (2005)

Talking Therapies - the evidence. New Medicine. Dorling Kindersley (2005)