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Book Chapter
Fatimilehin, I., Butterworth R., O'Shaughnessy R., & Göpfert M. (2015).  Assessment of parents for the court. (Reupert, A., Maybery, D., Nicholson, J., Göpfert, M, Seeman, M. V., Ed.).Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families.
Kagan, C., Lewis S., & Brennan E. (2008).  Building community supports for work-life integration. (Brennan, E., J. Rosenzweig, Ed.).Work, Life, and the Mental Health System of Care A Guide for Professionals Supporting Families of Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders.
Fatimilehin, I., Raval H., & Banks N. (2002).  Child, Adolescent and Family. (Patel, N., E. Bennett, M. Dennis, Dosanjh, N., Mahtani, A., Miller, A., Nadirshaw, Z., Ed.).Clinical Psychology, ‘Race’ and Culture: a training manual.
Patel, N., & Fatimilehin I. (1999).  Racism and mental health. (G. Holmes, C. Newnes, C. Dunn, Ed.).This is madness: A critical look at psychiatry and the future of mental health services.
Fatimilehin, I., & Hassan A. (2013).  Working with Black and Minority Ethnic Children and Their Families. (P. Graham, S. Reynolds, Ed.).Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families.
Journal Article
Fatimilehin, I., & Dye L. (2003).  Building Bridges and Community Empowerment. Clinical Psychology. 24,
Duckett, P., Kagan C., & Sixsmith J. (2010).  Consultation with Children on Healthy Schools: Choice, Conflict and Context. American Journal of Community Psychology. 46(1 - 2), 
Kagan, C., Micallef A., Siddiquee A., Fatimilehin I., Hassan A., de Santis C., et al. (2013).  Intergenerational work, social capital and wellbeing. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice. 3(4), 
Lawthom, R., Sixsmith J., & Kagan C. (2007).  Interrogating power: the case of arts and mental health in community projects. Journal of Community Applied Social Psychology. 17(4), 
Fatimilehin, I., & Hunt K. (2013).  Psychometric Assessment Across Cultures. Assessment and Development Matters. 5(3), 
Patel, N., & Fatimilehin I. (2005).  Racism and clinical psychology: has anything changed?. Clinical Psychology. 48(May),