Publications

Books

Beattie M & Lenihan P with Dundas R. (2018) Counselling Skills for Working with Gender Identity and Diversity. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

https://www.jkp.com/uk/counselling-skills-for-working-with-gender-diversity-and-identity-1.html

Lenihan P., Kainth T., & Dundas R. Trans Sexualities in Richards, C., & Barker, M. J. (Eds.). (2015). The Palgrave handbook of the psychology of sexuality and gender. London: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Lenihan,P. (2000). Community orientated primary care: the community approach to developing innovative primary care for older people. in Kagan,C. (ed.) Collective Action and Social Change. IOD Research Group. ISBN: 1900139014.

Journals

Richards, C., Arcelus, J., Barrett, J., Bouman, W. P., Lenihan, P., Lorimer, S., & Seal, L. (2015). Trans is not a disorder, but should still receive funding. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 30, (3). 309-313.

Richards C & Lenihan P (2016) Trans and non binary. The Psychologist.

Kevan Wylie, James Barrett, Mike Besser, Walter Pierre Bouman, Michelle Bridgman, Angela Clayton, Richard Green, Mark Hamilton, Melissa Hines, Gabriel Ivbijaro, Deenesh Khoosal, Alex Lawrence, Penny Lenihan, Del Loewenthal, David Ralph, Terry Reed, John Stevens, Tim Terry, Ben Thom, Jane Thornton, Dominic Walsh, David Ward, Eli Coleman, Domenico Di Ceglie, Emma Martin, Philip McGarry, Andrew Messenger, Russell Reid, Su Sethi, Paul Sutcliffe, Daniel Wilson, Susan Carr, Dai Davies, Tracey Dean, Michelle Ellis, Brian Ferguson, Darren Skinner, Vicky Williams, Susan Brechin, Jim Lucey & Maxine Rathbone. (2014) Good Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Gender Dysphoria. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Vol 29:2.

Richards, C., Barker, M., Lenihan, P., & Iantaffi, A. (2014). Who watches the watchmen?: A critical perspective on the theorization of trans people and clinicians. Feminism and Psychology, 24 (2) 248-258.

Davies, A., Bouman, W. P., Richards, C., Barrett, J., Ahmad, S., Baker, K., Lenihan, P., Lorimer, S., Mepham, N., Murjan, S., Robbins-Cherry, S., Seal, L., & Stradins, L. (2013). Patient satisfaction with gender identity clinic services in the United Kingdom. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 28 (4), 400-418.

Ahmad, S., Barrett, J., Beaini, A., Bouman, W. P., Davies, A., Greener, H. M., Lenihan, P., Lorimer, S., Murjan, S., Richards, C., Seal, L. J. & Stradins, L. (2013). Gender Dysphoria Services: A Guide for General Practitioners and other Healthcare Staff. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 28 (3).

Shaw. L., Butler. C., Langdridge. D., Gibson. S., Barker, M., Lenihan, P., Nair, R., Monson, J., & Richards, C. (2012). Guidelines for psychologists working therapeutically with sexual and gender minority clients. London: British Psychological Society.

Patel M & Lenihan P (2012) Book Review “Queering The Tranny” Drummond A Psychology of Sexualities Review September.

Richards C. & Lenihan P. (2012) A critique of Trans People’s Partnerships: Towards an Ethics of Intimacy, by Tam Sanger– Tam Sanger (2010) Sexual and Relationship Therapy.

Lenihan P. Richards C & Adams F (2011) Life in a National Gender Identity Clinic. The Psychologist.

Lenihan P & Kainth (2010) Book Review “Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy: An Introduction to the Different Approaches.” By Stephen Joseph (2010) Palgrave Macmillan. The Psychologist Volume 23 Part 10 October.

Drennan,V., Iliffe,S., See Tai,S., Lenihan,P., Deave,T. (2007). Can primary care identify an ‘at risk’ group in the older population. British Journal of Community Nursing 12(4), 142-148. ISSN: 1462-4753.

Drennan,V., Walters,K., Lenihan,P., Cohen,S., Myerson,S., Iliffe,S.;for the SPICE Research Group. (2007). Priorities in identifying unmet need in older people attending general practice: a nominal group technique study. Family Practice 24(5), 454-460. ISSN: 0263-2136.

Dinan S., Tenn, T., Lenihan, P. Iliffe, S. (2006) “Is the promotion of physical activity in vulnerable older people feasible and effective in general practice?” British Journal of General Practice 56(531), 791-793.

Lenihan P. & Hegarty P.(2006) Book Review “Exploring Transsexualism” by Collette Chiland (2005), Karnac Books.Ltd. Archives of Sexual Behaviour. Vol 36; 1/Feb 2007.

Lenihan P. (2006) Book Review “Transgenderism and Intersexuality in Childhood and Adolescence, Making Choices” Kettenis P. Pfafflin F Sage Publications. .Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review Vol. 8 No. 1.

Drennan,V., Iliffe,S., Haworth,D., See Tai,S., Lenihan,P., Deave,T. (2005). The feasibility and acceptability of a specialist health and social care team for the promotion of health and independence in ‘at risk’ older adults. Health and Social Care in the Community 13(2), 136-144. ISSN: 0966-0410.

Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P., Orrell,M., Walters,K., Drennan,V., See Tai,S.; SPICE Research Team. (2004). The development of a short instrument to identify common unmet needs in older people in general practice. British Journal of General Practice 54(509), 914-918. ISSN: 0960-1643.

Iliffe,S., Kharicha,K., Lenihan,P. (2004). Beyond consultation: putting the community at the centre of the NHS. Health Matters 55, 18-19.

Lenihan P. (2003) Competing realities: communicating with health professionals Gendys (23) Autumn.

Toeg,D., Mercer,L., Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P. (2003). Proactive, targeted benefits advice for older people in general practice: a feasibility study. Health and Social Care in the Community 11(2), 124-128. ISSN: 0966-0410.

Iliffe S & Lenihan P. (2003) Learning from the Community Oriented Primary Care Model International Journal of Health Services 33 (1) 85-98.

Drennan,V., Iliffe,S., Haworth,D., See Tai,S., Lenihan,P., Deave,T. (2003). Older people’s services. A picture of health. Health Services Journal 113(5852), 22-24.

Drennan V., Iliffe S. , Haworth D. ,.See Tai S..Lenihan P. & Deave T (2003) “ Evaluating the Well-Being Team: A Multidisciplinary Assessment” DOH report.

Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P., Wallace,P., Drennan,V., Blanchard,M., Harris,A. (2002). Applying community-oriented primary care methods in British general practice: a case study. British Journal of General Practice 52(481), 646-651. ISSN: 0960-1643.

Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P. (2001). Promoting innovative primary care for older people in general practice using a community oriented approach. Primary Health Care Research and Development 2, 71-79.

Lenihan,P., Iliffe,S. (2001). Community-oriented primary care: a multidisciplinary community-oriented approach to primary care? Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 11(1), 11-18. ISSN: 1052-9284.

Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P. (2000). Primary care for older people: putting research into practice. Community Practitioner 73(12), 867-869.

McCabe,R., Bavin,D., Lenihan,P., Iliffe,S. (2000). Investigating the health needs of older people in the community… Community Practitioner 73(11), 832-834.

Duddle,J., Iliffe,S., Lenihan,P. (2000). Testing the feasibility of a ‘one-stop shop’ for the older patient. Community Practitioner 73(10), 793-795.

Gargaro,G., Lenihan,P., Iliffe,S. (2000). Targeting at-risk elderly groups in an inner-city general practice. Community Practitioner 73(9), 757-759.

Lenihan,P., Iliffe,S., Drennan,V., Wallace,P., Harris,A., Blanchard,M. (2000). Designing services for older people: lessons for practitioners. Community Practitioner 73(8), 716-718.

Lenihan,P., Iliffe,S. (2000). Counselling the community: the contribution of counselling psychologists to the development of primary care. Counselling Psychology Quarterly 13(4), 329-343.

with  Bor R. & Papadopoulos L. (1997) “Genograms in counselling practice part 2: constructing a genogram” Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol.10, No 1:17-28.

with Papadopoulos L., Bor R.  (1997) “Genograms in counselling practice: a review” Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol 10, No 2:139-148

Lenihan P. (1996) The Family Health Support Project: developing a programme of individual counselling, therapeutic group work and socio-psychological research to address the mental health and support needs of families living with chronic illness and disability in a socially deprived multicultural area. DOH report.

Conferences

‘Hearing trans voices: authenticity and identity in voice change and the intersectional role of speech and language therapy and psychology.’ EPATH 2017 workshop, Belgrade.

‘Autism and Gender Variance: Equality and Diversity in the Provision of Gender Identity Services’. WPATH 2016 oral presentation, Amsterdam.

‘A Study of Shame and Stigma: The Invisible Trans Experience’, WPATH 2016 poster. Amsterdam.

‘Melting Pot: Benefits of multidisciplinary team working in transgender health care’. EPATH 2015 workshop, Ghent.

Chair of Symposium. BPS annual conference, 2014, Harrogate.

‘Inside West London Mental Health Trust Gender Identity Clinic (Charing Cross)’. World Association of Sexual Health 2011. Poster presentation. Glasgow.

‘WLMHT GIC Counselling Psychology Placement Programme’.  Roehampton University Supervision and Clinical Placements Conference. 2011. Roehampton.

‘An overview of the Psychology Services at the GIC and Developments in Recent Years’. TG10 2010. Oral presentation. Norwich.

‘Promoting Community Oriented Primary Care In Britain: 2  Management & Public Health Perspectives’. European General Practice Research Network Conference. 2006. Oral presentation. Greece.

‘Promoting Community Oriented Primary Care InBritain: 1  ACritical Analysis Of Current Policy. European General Practice Research Network Conference. 2006. Oral presentation. Greece.

‘Promoting primary care for older people’. NoCTen 2004. Poster presentation. London.

‘Involving older people in developing a valid and reliable method for identifying unmet need in primary care consultations’. RCN Annual Nursing Research. 2003. Oral presentation. Cambridge.

‘User involvement and the experiences of the unmet need in older people study.  Clinical Research Nurse Association. 2003. Oral presentation. London.

‘User involvement in research’. Equip. 2003. Oral and poster presentation. London.

‘Involving users in the development of a valid and reliable instrument for primary care.  Consumers in NHS Research Third Annual International Conference. 2003. Oral presentation. Harrogate.

‘Older Users as co-researcher in developing a new instrument for primary care’. Noren. 2002. Oral presentation. Durham.

‘Promoting and managing change in health care: the future of primary care for older people’. Strategic Issues in HealthCare Management 2002. Oral presentation. St Andrews.

‘Promoting and managing change in health care: the future of primary care for older people’. The Valencia Forum: An International Scientific Congress. 2002. Oral presentation. Valencia.

Community Oriented Primary Care’. 9th Annual Public Health Forum. 2001. Workshop. Bournemouth.

“A Primary Care Programme to Improve Older People’s Health: Phase 2′. North Central Thames Primary Care Research Network (NoCTen). 2001. Poster presentation. London.

Multidisciplinary Working in Primary Care: A Discourse Analysis Perspective’. North Central Thames Primary Care Research Network (NoCTen). 2001. Poster presentation. London.

‘Communication problems within primary care teams: lessons from the innovative primary care for older people project. International Conference on Health and Communication. 2000. Poster presentation. Barcelona.

‘Community-oriented primary care: a multi-disciplinary model of patient focused primary care service development.  WONCA 2000. Oral presentation. Vienna.

‘Professional and ethical issues for psychologists in primary care today . British Psychological Society Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference. 2000. Oral presentation. Liverpool.

‘Integrating Public Health and Primary Care Skills in General Practice Using Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) Methodology. European General Practice Research Workshop (EGPRW). 2000. Oral presentation. Maastricht.

‘Promoting innovative primary care for older people 2: reforming local health care services’.  The 4th International Conference on Strategic Issues in Health Care Management. 2000. Oral presentation.  St Andrews.

‘Improving older people’s health through community oriented primary care’. NoCTen. 2000. Alexandra Palace.

‘COPC: An innovative research approach to developing services in primary care’. EGPRW. 1999. Oral presentation. Gottingen.

‘COPC– working with the community to develop innovative health care: a feasibility study’. Researching For Health:Challenges and Controversies Conference. 1999. Oral presentation. Edinburgh.

‘Innovation in Primary Care: a COPC approach’. British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference. 1999. Poster presentation. Leeds.

‘COPC: an innovative action research approach to developing services in primary care’. The 28th Annual University Departments of General Practice. 1999. Workshop. London.

‘A COPC approach to developing innovative primary care for older people’. Assessment of Older People Conference. 1999. 5 poster presentations. London.

‘Working with the community to develop innovative health care’. NoCTen. 1999. Oral presentation. London.

‘A community approach to innovative health care’. BPS Community Psychology Annual Conference. 1999. Plenary presentation. Manchester.

‘Promoting innovative care for older people in general practice’. 3rd Int’ Conference SIHCM. 1998. St Andrews.

Research and Audit Reports

Lenihan P. (2003) ” Multidisciplinary working in medical settings” DOH report.

Lenihan P. & Iliffe S. (2003) Primary care For Older People Phase 3. DOH report.

Lenihan P. & Iliffe S. (2002) “Primary Care For Older People Programme Phase 2” DOH report.

Lenihan P. & Iliffe S. (1999) “Innovative Primary Care For Older People Phase 1” DOH report.

Blasby S. & Lenihan P (1996) A study into the socio-psychological and educational implications of asthma at school. DOH report.

Lenihan P. Richards C & Dundas R (2016) GIC audit of service users age 18-22 identifying autistic spectrum disorder and recommendations for associated service improvements.

Professional research participant delivering online CBT in the IPCRESS trial: A Randomised controlled trial of Internet based cognitive behavioural psychotherapy for depression. University of Bristol (2006-2009 ).

Project Manager: Identifying unmet health needs in older people: the development of a valid instrument for primary care (2002-2005) . Funder: NHS Executive Research & Development funding.

Project Manager: Community Orientated Primary Care (2003-2005). Funder: The Merck Foundation.

Research : Evaluating the Well-Being Team: A Multidisciplinary Assessment (2001-2003).Funder: Camden & Islington Primary Care Trust .

Project Manager : Primary care for older people programme: phase 3 (2002-2003). Funder: Camden & Islington Health Authority.

Multidisciplinary working in medical settings. Doctorate thesis 2003. City University. Primary care collaboration in mental health care: the challenges of multidisciplinary working (1999-2002). Funded through PCOP programme.

Project Manager: Primary care for older people programme: phase 2 (1999-2002).. Funder: Camden & Islington Health Authority .

Project Manager: Innovative primary care for older people (1997-1999) Phase 1. Funder: Camden & Islington Health Authority.

Project Manager: The Family Health Support Project: developing a programme of individual counselling, therapeutic group work and socio-psychological research to address the mental health and support needs of families living with chronic illness and disability in a socially deprived multicultural area– (1994-1996) Funder: Department of Health.

Project Manager: A study into the socio-psychological and educational implications of asthma at school. (1995-1996) Funder: Department of Health.

Surgical gender reassignment and the role of counselling. MSc thesis 1994. City University.

Knowledge, locus of control and attitudes towards safer sex. BSc (Hons) thesis 1988. London School of Economics (LSE).