Here is a selection of my articles. Please contact me if you would like a full list.

Corrie, S. & Palmer, S. (2014). Coaching Individuals with Perfectionistic Tendencies: When High Standards Help and Hinder. International Coaching Psychology Review, 9(1), 67-80.

Watts, M. & Corrie, S. (2013). Growing the ‘I’ and ‘We’ in transformational leadership: A vision for coaching psychology. The Coaching Psychologist, 9(2), 86-99.

Corrie, S. & Lane, D.A. (2013). Decision-making and the coaching context. International Coaching Psychology Review, 8(2), 6-15.

Corrie, S. & Lane, D.A. (2011). How should counselling psychologists investigate their practice in an era of volatility? Counselling Psychology Review, 2(4), 10-19.

Lane, D.A. & Corrie, S. (2011). Developing an agenda for teaching coaching psychology – invited responses. International Coaching Psychology Review, 6(1), 109-110.

Corrie, S. & Lane, D.A. (2009). The scientist-practitioner model as a framework for coaching psychology. The Coaching Psychologist 5(2), 61-67.

Lane, D.A. & Corrie, S. (2009). Does coaching psychology need the concept of formulation? International Coaching Psychology Review 4(2), 195-208.

Lane, D.A. & Corrie, S. (2006). Counselling psychology: Its influences and future. Counselling Psychology Review, 21(1), 12-23.

Corrie, S. & Supple, S. (2004). Seeing is believing: Adapting cognitive therapy for visual impairment. Clinical Psychology, 44, 34-37.

Corrie, S. (2004). When ‘perfect’ patients receive ‘imperfect’ therapy: A cognitive approach to working with perfectionism. Counselling Psychology Review, 19(2), 3-13.

Corrie, S. (2003). Keynote Paper: Information, innovation and the quest for legitimate knowledge. Counselling Psychology Review, 18(3), 5-13.

Corrie, S. (2002). Working therapeutically with adult stepchildren: Identifying the needs of a neglected client group. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 37(1/2), 135-150.

Corrie, S. (2002). Working with perfectionism: Towards identifying the needs of an emerging client group. Counselling Psychology Review, 17(3), 17-26.

Corrie, S. (2002). The role of the therapeutic relationship in promoting psychological change: A cognitive-behavioural perspective. Counselling Psychology Review, 17(2), 23-31.

Milton, M. & Corrie, S. (2002). Exploring the place of technical and implicit knowledge in therapy. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2(3), 188-195.

Corrie, S. & Callanan, M.M. (2001). Therapists’ beliefs about research and the scientist-practitioner model in an evidence-based health care climate: A qualitative study. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74, 135-149.

Corrie, S. & Callanan, M.M. (2000). A review of the scientist-practitioner model: Reflections on its potential contribution to counselling psychology within the context of current health care trends. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, 413-427.

Corrie, S. & Milton, M. (2000). The relationship between existential-phenomenological and cognitive-behaviour therapies. European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling & Health, 3(1), 7-24.

Corrie, S. (1998). Psychological approaches to the management of dementia in older people: Developing the role of clinical psychologists with reference to theoretical, empirical and professional issues. PSIGE Newsletter, 65, 22-24.

Baillie. A. & Corrie, S. (1996). The construction of clients’ experience of psychotherapy through narrative, practical action and the multiple streams of consciousness. Human Relations, 49(3), 295-311.

Baillie, A., Porter, N. & Corrie, S. (1996). Encouraging a deep approach to the undergraduate psychology curriculum: An example and some lessons from a third year course. Psychology Teaching Review, 5(1), 14-24.

Articles for the Professional, Trade and Consumer Press

Birch, J. & Corrie, S. (2014). Standing out from the Crowd: What’s your USP? Coaching Today, April, 6-11.

Corrie, S. & Lane, D.A. (2010). In the frame. Coaching at Work, 5(4), 47-50.

Corrie, S. (2009). Facing the unknown: Planning your career in a time of uncertainty. Veterinary Practice, June, 13-14.

Corrie, S. (2006). In the eyes of the beholder. Lighter Life Magazine, January/February, pp.38-42. London: Square One Publishing.

Corrie, S. (2004). Are you the jealous type? Healthy Living Magazine, June, pp.64-66. Richmond: Fox Publishing.

Corrie, S. (2004). Why worry? Healthy Living Magazine, March/April, pp.70-72. Richmond: Fox Publishing.

Corrie, S. (2004). Fly high! Healthy Living Magazine, January/February, pp.72-74. Richmond: Fox Publishing.

Corrie, S. (2003) Temper, temper. Healthy Living Magazine, November/December, pp.52-54. Richmond: Fox Publishing.

Corrie, S. (2002). From Paddington to enlightenment. A journey of a different kind. Yoga & Health, May, pp.6-7. Brighton: Yoga Today Ltd.

Corrie, S. (1998). Contributions to dance teaching from the world of psychology. Dance, July, 52-53.

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