Shennan, G. (1998) Are we asking the experts? Practice teachers use of client views in assessing student competence, Social Work Education, 17, 4, 407-417.

Shennan, G. (1999) Systemic practice within child protection investigation, Context, 41, 18-19.

Shennan, G. (2003) Solution-focused practice with families. In O’Connell, B. and Palmer, S. (eds) Handbook of Solution-focused Therapy. London: Sage

Shennan, G. (2003). The Early Response Project: a voluntary sector contribution to CAMHS, Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Primary Care, 1, 46-50.

Shennan, G. (2003). Solution-focused practice and assessment, Journal of Primary Care Mental Health, 7, 78-81.

Shennan, G. (2006) ‘Doing it’ in Child Protection, Solution News, 2,3, 15-19.

Hackett, P. and Shennan, G. (2007) Solution focused practice with children and young people. In Thorana Nelson and Frank Thomas (eds), Handbook of Solution-focused Brief Therapy: Clinical applications. New York, Haworth Press.

Shennan, G. (2008) Solution focused practice in a family support team, Solution Focused Research Review, 1,1, 11-15.

Shennan, G. (2008) Solution Focused Practice in Palestine, Solution News, 3,2, 15-17.

Shennan, G. and Iveson, C. (2008) What difference would that make? Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 19, 97-101.

Shennan, G. (2010) A BRIEF journey: Five years of Diploma at BRIEF, Solution News, 4,4, 10-13.

Shennan, G. and Iveson C. (2011) From solution to description: Practice and research in tandem. In Franklin, C, et al (eds) Solution-focused Brief Therapy: A handbook of evidence-based practice. New York: Oxford University Press.

Shennan, G. (2011) A different type of talking: A solution focused group for parents, Context, 118.

Shennan, G. (2012). Dancing towards solutions. In A. Lewinski, J. Szczepkowski & T.Switek (eds.), Upside down: Solution focused paradigms – revolutions and evolutions. Torun, Poland: Wydawnictwo Edukacyjne AKAPIT, pp103-110.

Shennan, G. (2013) Introduction to “Four Useful Interventions in Brief Family Therapy” by Steve de Shazer and Alex Molnar (1984), InterAction, 5, 2, 54-58

Shennan, G. (2014) What are you hoping for? Welsh Housing Quarterly, 94, 46-47

Shennan, G. and Wells, J. (2014) Solution-Focused Practice and Song—An Overture: The Best Part of Us, International Journal of Solution-Focused Practices, 2, 1, 24-3.

Shennan, G. (2014) Solution-Focused Practice: A Framework for Effective Communication to Facilitate Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Shennan, G. (2015 ) The Palestine–UK Social Work Network: taking collective responsibility for social justice and human rights, in Critical and Radical Social Work, 3, 1, 125-129.

Shennan, G. (2016) Extended mind, extended person, extended therapy? InterAction, 8, 1, 7-30.

Shennan, G. (2017). Riad’s ID Card, in M.Doel (ed.) Social Work in 42 Objects (and More). Lichfield: Kirwin Maclean Associates.

Shennan, G. (2017). Solution-focused brief therapy, chapter in The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Shennan, G. and Unwin, P. (2017). Social Workers, Service Users and Austerity – A Common Cause, in Professional Social Work, February, 22-23

Shennan, G. and Unwin, P. (2017). Boot Out Austerity – Reflections and Next Steps, in Professional Social Work, October.

Shennan, G (forthcoming) Foreword in I. Cummins, Poverty, Inequality and Contemporary Social Work. Bristol: Policy Press.

Shennan, G. (forthcoming). Solution-focused practice in social work, chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Social Work Theory.