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The Politics of Toheroa Soup: A Pūkōrero About Whānau and Me. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 122.(2020).
Tūhono Māori: A Research Study of Attachment from an Indigenous Māori Perspective. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 76.(2020).
Tūhono Māori: Promoting Secure Attachments for Indigenous Māori Children. A Conceptual Paper. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 59.(2020).
Aroha and Manaakitanga—That’s What It Is About: Indigenous Women,“Love,” and Interpersonal Violence..(2019).
Creating a groundswell for change: Integrating religion, spirituality and Indigenous responses in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 17(2),(2019).
Reflecting and learning: A grounded theory on reframing deficit views of young indigenous women and safety.. health Care for Women International.(2019).
Constructing research from an indigenous Kaupapa Māori perspective: An example of decolonising research. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 15(3),(2017).