Christine Thornton

Open doors and open minds: a toolkit of sensitive practice for practitioners working with survivors of Institutional Child Abuse, 2014, e-publication, London, icap (With Jeff Moore, Mary Hughes & Eugene Waters)

Group and team coaching, 2010, London, Routledge

Carers in London, 1997, London, City Parochial Foundation

Creative Equality, 1996, Cambridge, Eastern Arts (With Gill Taylor)

Managing People, 1995, London, Directory of Social Change (With Gill Taylor)

Managing to Advise 1989, London, FIAC

A Life of My Own (Ed) 1988, London, Blackfriars Settlement

Hitting home: Irish identity and psychotherapy in the UK, 2014, British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 30, Issue 3, p286 (With Alan Corbett)

The Lifelong Impact of Institutional Childhood Abuse: The Perspective of the Irish in Britain, 2014, (With Jeff Moore) chapter 4 in Fragments of Trauma and the Social Production of Suffering: Trauma, History, and Memory eds Michael O'Loughlin and Marilyn Charles, in series: The Library of Object Relations.   Series Editor: David E. Scharff and Jill Savege Scharff, Lanham, London, New York, Boulder, Rowan & Littlefield

Borrowing my self: An exploration of exchange as a group-specific therapeutic factor, 2004Group Analysis Vol. 37 (2) June pp305-320