Research Publications for Paul G Flanagan

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  • Flanagan, P. (2020). New Zealand therapist insights into the intersecting fields of sexualities and childhood. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 40(2), 51-68.

  • Bray, P., May, J., & Flanagan, P. (Eds.) (2020). Editorial. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 40(2), 1-2.

  • Flanagan, P., Gee, S., Holden, L., McGoran, M., Meyenberg, L. A., Pringle, G., & Townend, H. (2020). Supervision and CPD – report on a small research project. In Counsellor Education Professional Community Day, University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ.

  • Flanagan, P., & Judd, M. (2020). Turning a back on violence: Storying anti-violence with young men in schools. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 40(1), 1-14. Retrieved from

  • Flanagan, P. (2019). Unpacking the effects of power relations in childhood sexuality: A discursive analysis based on conversations with parents, teachers and counsellors. (PhD Thesis).

  • Flanagan, P. (2019). Using Foucault’s notions of discourse to explore and research child sexuality. In Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education Colloquium.

  • Flanagan, P. (2019). Formation of children as healthy sexual beings. In Anglophone Safeguarding Conference. Conference held Rome, Italy.

  • Flanagan, P. (2019). Sexual childhood: Questions for practice to prevent harmful/problematic behaviour. In Valuing all voices. Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse - 9th Biennial Conference. Brisbane, Australia.

  • Flanagan, P. (2019). Children and sexuality: Therapists working with families. In Counsellor Education Community Day, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Flanagan, P., & Kotze, E. (2018). Researching men's mental health and wellbeing. In LearnFest18: Inclusion and Innovation.

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