Press and Publications

O’Shea Brown, G. (in press). Healing Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Clinician’s Guide, New York, Springer

O’Shea Brown, G. (in press). Survival through Adaptation: Reflections on Providing Virtual Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy in the Wake of COVID-19 in Tosone, C. (in press) Shared Trauma, Shared Resilience During a Pandemic-Social Work in the Time of COVID-19, Springer Nature, New York

O’Shea Brown, G. (2020) Internal Family Systems Informed Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: An Integrative Technique for Treatment of Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 19 (2)

O’Shea Brown, G. (2020) The Impact of Anomie and Societal Splitting on the Self: Suicide amongst Members of the Travelling Community of Ireland, Journal of Psychohistory, 48 (2)

O’Shea, G. (2012). ‘An Exploration of the views of Young Adults aged 18+ on the YMCA Ground Floor Open Youth Space’, School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork

O’Shea, G. (2011). ‘Suicide amongst Members of the Traveller Community’, UCC Journal of Critical Social Thinking: Policy & Practice, Vol.3 pp 55-69

Professional/Academic Presentations

Selected Media/Professional Presentations

Business Talk Radio (July 2020) ‘How Psychotherapy has evolved to adapt to COVID-19’

Healin Podcast with Karen Millon (April 2020) “Healing from Complex Trauma with Attachment informed EMDR Part 1”

Healin Podcast with Karen Millon (April 2020) “Healing from Complex Trauma with Attachment informed EMDR Part 2”

The Wall Podcast hosted by Stephanie O’Quigley (October 2019) ‘Trauma Specialist Gillian O’Shea Brown Talks Treating and Understanding Trauma’

International Psychohistory Association: NYU Annual Conference, May 2019 – “A Critical Analysis of how Anomie Impacts the Development of the Self”

YMCA Ireland Spring Forum, April 2013 – “An Overview of how ‘Ground Floor’ Youth Initiative Impacts Service Users

University College Cork – Annual MSW Conference, May 2012 – “Suicide Amongst Members of the Traveller Community of Ireland”

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