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Wheeler, J. (2014) Quick and Dirty Research: Opportunities for people who are too busy to do research to do research. International Journal of Solution Focused Practices. 2:1-15

Wheeler, J. (2013) Supervising Family Intervention Workers in the UK. In Thomas, F. N. (2013). Solution-Focused Supervision: A Resource-Oriented Approach to Developing Clinical Expertise. New York: Springer Science+Business Media

Wheeler, J. (in process) Which side of the Mountain? In (eds. Dreesen, H., Vogt, M. & Wilson, J) Possibilities The practice of creative improvisations in therapeutic interventions (working title) Dortmund. Borgman publishers.

Wheeler, J (2012) in (eds Vogt, M.,Wolf, F., Sundman, P. & Dreesen, H.) Meeting Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg (Title translated from German). Dortmund. Borgman publishers

Wheeler, J. (2011) Editorial. Special Edition of Context on Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Context. The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy.118: 1-2.

Wheeler, J. & Vinnicombe, G. (2011) Some assumptions of Solution-focused Practice. The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy.118: 40-42.

Wheeler, J. (2011) Looking back and looking forward: an interview with Insoo Kim Berg. Context. The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy.118: 47-49.

Wheeler, J. (2010) A Solution Focused approach for working with young people who want help with anger. Solution News. The Newsletter for the UK Association for Solution-focused Practice. 4.3: 20-22.

Wheeler, J (2010) SF anger management with young people. Counselling Children & Young People, March 2010 p 7

Wheeler, J. & Hogg, V. (2011) Signs of Safety and the Child Protection Movement. Pp 203-215. In Solution-focused Brief Therapy: A Handbook of Evidence Based Practice. Cynthia Franklin, C. Trepper, T., Gingerich, W. J., & McCollum E. (Editors). London. Oxford University Press.

Wheeler, J. (2010) Certificate of Competence. Do Something Different: Solution-focused Brief Therapy Practices. Nelson, T (Ed.) Routledge. London.

Wheeler, J. (2008) A Solution Focused Approach to Bereavement. Counselling Children & Young People. BACP. June 2008. p. 3.

Wheeler, J. (2008) Launching Arrows. Counselling Children & Young People. BACP. March 2008. pp. 31-35.

Wheeler, J. (2007) Solution Focused Supervision. In Nelson, T.S. & Thomas, F. N. (eds.) Handbook of Solution-focused Brief Therapy: Clinical Applications. New York. Haworth Press.

Insoo Kim Berg (2006) Riding the Underground Railroad. An interview by John Wheeler with Insoo Kim Berg. Solution News: Bulletin of the United Kingdom Association for Solution Focused Practice. 2.3.

Wheeler, J., Hogg, V. & Fegan, G. (2006) Signs of Wellbeing: a tool for early intervention. Context: The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 86: 5-8.

Wheeler, J. (2005) Teaching Solution Focused Therapy to Social Workers. In Nelson, T. S. (ed.) Education & Training in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, New York: Haworth Press.

Wheeler, J. & Greaves, Y. (2005) Solution Focused Practice Teaching in Social Work. In Nelson, T. S. (ed.) Education & Training in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, New York: Haworth Press.

Wheeler, J. (2005) Launching arrows: the contribution of Solution Focused Brief Therapy to culturally thin practice with children and young people. Context: The News magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 76

Hogg, V. & Wheeler, J. (2004) Miracles R Them: Solution Focused Practice in a Social Services Duty team. Practice: The News Magazine for the British Association of Social Workers 16.4:299-314

Wheeler, J. (2005) Visiting India. Context: The News magazine for the Association of Family Therapy. 18.

Wheeler, J. (2005) Solution Focused front line services. Solution News: Bulletin of the UK Association for Solution Focused Practice. 1.4: 3-5.

Wheeler J. (2003) Solution Focused Therapy & Social Work. In. O'Connell, B. & Palmer, S (Eds.) Handbook of Solution Focused Therapy. London. Sage.

Wheeler, J. (2003) From Jelly legs to candy rock. The Journal of Primary Care Mental Health 7.3:91-92

Wheeler, J. (2002) Overcoming hurdles. Context: The News magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 64: 35-36.

Wheeler, J. (2002) Honouring the no comment position. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation & Management 13.1: 65-74.

Wheeler, J. (2001) A helping hand: solution focused brief therapy and child & adolescent mental health. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry 6.2: 293-306.

Wheeler, J. (2001) Catching butterflies: involving younger children in family meetings. Context: The news magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 58: 32-33.

Smith, J., Wheeler, J. & Bone, D. (2001) Anarchy and assessment of complex families: order not disorder. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry 6.4: 605-608.

Wheeler, J. (1998) Panic bustin' Context: The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy September 19-21.

Wheeler J. (1998) Users' views on Solution Focused Therapy: honouring the no comment position. Unpublished M.A. University of Northumbria.

Wheeler, J. (1998) Systems theory: a perspective for enhancing partnership, facilitating the processes of interagency working and fostering creative professional practice. Postgraduate certificate in supervision and mentorship (child care) by distance learning. University of Leicester.

Wheeler, J., Bone, D. & Smith, J. (1998) Whole-day assessments: a team approach to complex multi-problem families. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry 3.2:169-181.

Wheeler, J. (1996) Keeping the faith: holding on to solution focused beliefs. Context: The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 27: 27-30.

Wheeler, J. (1996) All join hands for a circassian circle: a systemic analysis of a ceilidh band. Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation & Management 7: 45-53.

Wheeler, J. (1996) Reflections on the lure of solution focused therapy. News & Views: The Newsletter of the PSRF Section of the British Association of Counselling 5.2: 16-18

Wheeler, J. (1996) An emotional buzzing bee. Context: The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 28: 6-7.

Wheeler, J. (1996) Codes of practice for systemic supervision groups. Context :The News Magazine for the Association of Family Therapy 30: 35-38.

Wheeler, J. (1995) Supporting self-growth: the solution focused approach. Mental Health Nursing 15.2:24-25.

Wheeler, J. (1995) Believing in miracles: the implications and possibilities of using solution focused therapy in a child mental health setting. Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review and Newsletter 17.5:255-261.

Wheeler, J. (1994) In search of key ingredients. Context: The News Magazine of the Association for Family Therapy No.21:13-14