“Middle-Class Activists Ending Classism” (With Caroline New),, December 2020

Personal Struggles: Oppression, Healing and Liberation. Cork: Cork University Press, 2019

“Realising Leadership Potential”, In Eamonn Conway (ed). Priesthood Today: Ministry in a Changing Church. Dublin: Veritas 2013. (pp. 245-254)

Leadership, Liberation and the Role of an AllyPaper delivered to the Viatores Christi Conference Mission, Development, Volunteering – What Next: Exploring Ways Forward Together, 29-30 October 2010

“Responding to Abuse: Culture, Leadership and Change”, in John Littleton & Eamon Maher (Eds). The Dublin/Murphy Report: A Watershed for Irish Catholicism. Dublin: Columba Press, 2010. (pp. 102-112)

“Managing Conflict Effectively”, Entrust Newsletter (Irish Clinical Nurse Managers Association), February 2010

Surviving and Thriving in Leadership Positions in Organisations, Irish Times, 3 March 2008

Surviving and Thriving in Leadership, Paper delivered to Leadership and Change in Irish Society Conference, 2 March 2007

“Leadership and Liberation”, Doctrine and Life, Vol 57, No. 2, February 2007, pp. 15-24

High-Quality Leadership: A Self-Assessment Guide for Individuals and Teams. Dublin: Veritas, 2006

Leadership and Liberation: A Psychological Approach. London: Routledge, 2006 (Reprinted in paperback, 2012)

“Middle-Class Activists and Social Change”Studies, Vol. 94, No. 373, Spring, 2005, pp. 51-60

Promoting Equality in Intercultural Workplaces (Co-Author). Dublin: The Equality Authority, 2004

Partnership in the Health Services: Working Together for a Better Future – Facilitator Training Manual, HSNPF, 2000

The Dynamics of Identity: Putting the Peace Process in Context, Paper Delivered at the Visions of Peace Conference, Glencree, May 22 – 26, 2000

Workplace Partnership in the Local Authorities: Facilitator Resource Pack, Dublin: LANPAG, 1999

The Psychology of Liberation and The Peace Process, Paper Delivered to Annual Conference of the Psychological Society of Ireland, 1998

“Middle-Class Liberation”Present Time, No. 109 (Vol. 29, No. 4), October 1997, pp. 18-22

“Self-Esteem and The Traveller Child”Glocklai (Journal of the Association of Teachers of Travelling People), Vol. 2, No. 6, November 1997, pp. 6 – 10

A Proactive Approach to Resistance to Change, Paper delivered to Annual Seminar of Institute of Business Analysts and Consultants, UCD Industry Centre, 24th Sept. 1997

“Leadership in the Church”The Furrow, Vol. 48, No. 6, June 1997, pp. 327 – 333

Facilitation in Community Relations Work, Guest Lecture at Graduation Ceremony for PACE Training Course in Self-Awareness and Group Facilitation Skills, 24th February 1996

Leadership, Diversity and The Challenge of Liberation, Keynote Address to Annual Conference of A.B.R.I., 1995

“A Positive Approach to Dealing with Resistance to Change”, in Managing Organisational Change, Dublin: I.I.S./L.A.I., 1995

Parents in Education: Resource Book, Dublin: NCIR, 1992

“The Psychology of Oppression: A Review of Literature”Working, Vol.1, No.1, 1990

“Leadership, Men And Equality”Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1989

“Understanding Oppression and Liberation”Studies, Vol. 77, No. 308, Winter 1988, pp. 434 – 444

“Men And Equality in Organisations: Training Strategies”Journal of European Industrial Training, Vol. 10, No. 8, 1986

“Stress at Work & Coping Strategies” in Education Seminars: Teacher Stress and Unemployment, Dublin: Teachers Union of Ireland, 1984

Industrial Relations Behaviour: An Explanation” in H. Pollock (ed.) Reform of Industrial Relations, Dublin: O’Brien Press, 1982