SELECTED ARTICLES

Timimi, S (1992) The Doctor/Patient relationship in psychiatric outpatients.  Psychiatric Bulletin 16, 425-427.


Timimi, S (1994) A personal experience of growth as a therapist and reflections on the group experience.  British Journal of Psychotherapy 10, 533-539.


​Timimi, S (1994) Adolescence in immigrant Arab families.  Psychotherapy 33, 141-149.


​Timimi, S, Adams R (1996) Eating disorders in British Asian children and adolescents.  Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1, 441-456.


Timimi, S (1996) Race and colour in internal and external reality.  British Journal of Psychotherapy 13, 183-192.

Timimi, S. (2002) The politics of prescribing psychotropic medication to children and adolescents. Postgraduate Doctor 18, 175-177.


Timimi, S. (2003) The new practitioner. Young Minds 62, 14-62.

Timimi, S. (2003) The politics of ADHD. Health Matters 52, 14-15.

Timimi, S. (2004) Developing non-toxic approaches to helping children who could be diagnosed as suffering from ADHD and their families: A UK practitioner’s perspective. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry 6, 41-52.


Timimi, S. et al (2004) A critique of the international consensus statement on ADHD. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 7, 59-63.


Timimi, S. and Taylor, E. (2004) In Debate: ADHD is best understood as a cultural construct. British Journal of Psychiatry 184, 8-9.

Radcliff, N. and Timimi, S. (2004) The rise and rise of ADHD. Clinical Psychology 40, 8-12.


Timimi, S. (2004) Helping children and adolescents who could be diagnosed with ADHD and their families: Oscillating between modernist and post-modernist perspectives. Clinical Psychology 40, 24-26.


Timimi, S. (2004) Rethinking childhood depression. British Medical Journal 329, 1394-1396.

Timimi, S. (2005) Effect of globalisation on children’s mental health. British Medical Journal 331, 37-39.

Timimi, S. (2005) ADHD: The medicalisation of naughty boys. Human Givens 12, 10-15.

Timimi, S. (2006) Children’s mental health: The role of culture, markets and prescribed drugs. Journal of the Institute for Public Policy Research 13, 35-42.​


Timimi, S. and Moody, E. (2006) Changing the therapeutic philosophy at an adolescent in-patient unit. Context 88, 14-18.


Timimi, S. (2007) The medicalisation of childhood. Healthcare Counseling and Psychotherapy Journal 7, 7-9.​

Timimi, S. (2007) Should young people be given antidepressants? No. British Medical Journal 335, 751.


Timimi, S. (2008) Child psychiatry and its relationship to the pharmaceutical industry: Theoretical and practical issues. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 14, 3-9.


Timimi, S. (2008) Commentary on: The Perpetuation of Patriarchy: The Hidden Factor of Gender Bias in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 14, 135-144.


Timimi, S. (2009) The changing space of childhood in the West and its relationship to narcissism and children’s mental health. Arab Journal of Psychiatry 19, 164-174.​

Timimi, S. (2009) The commercialization of children’s mental health in the era of globalization. International Journal of Mental Health 38, 5 – 27.​

Moncrieff, J., Timimi, S. (2010) Is ADHD a valid diagnosis in adults? No. British Medical Journal 340, 736-737.


Timimi, S. (2010) The McDonaldization of childhood: Children’s mental health in neo-liberal market cultures. Transcultural Psychiatry 47, 686-706.

Timimi, S. (2010) Toward a new psychiatry. The Arab Journal of Psychiatry 21, 89-101.


​Moncrieff, J., Timimi, S. (2011) Critical analysis of the concept of adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The Psychiatrist 35, 334-338.

Timimi, S. (2011) No more psychiatric labels. Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care 12, 7-8.


Thomas, P., Bracken, P., Timimi, S. (2012) The limits of evidence based medicine in psychiatry. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 19, 295-308.


Thomas, P., Bracken, P., Timimi, S. (2012) Anomalies persist, so does the problem of harm. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 19, 317-321.


Timimi, S., Tetley, D., Burgoine, W., Walker, G. (2013) Outcome Orientated Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (OO-CAMHS): A whole service model. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 18, 169-184.

Timimi, S. (2012) Globalising mental health: a neo-liberal project. Ethnicity and Inequality in Health and Social Care 4, 154-160.​


Moncrieff, J., Timimi, S. (2012) The social and cultural construction of psychiatric knowledge: an analysis of NICE guidelines on depression and ADHD. Anthropology and Medicine 20, 59-71.


Thomas, P., Bracken, P., Timimi, S. (2012) The anomalies of evidence based medicine in psychiatry. Mental Health Review Journal 17, 152-162.


Bracken, P., Thomas, P., Timimi, S. et al (2012) Psychiatry beyond the current paradigm. British Journal of Psychiatry 201: 430-434.


Timimi, S. (2013) Non-diagnostic practice. Context 127, June, 21-26.

Timimi, S. (2013) No More Psychiatric Labels: Campaign to Abolish Psychiatric Diagnostic Systems such as ICD and DSM (CAPSID). Self and Society 40, 4, 6-14.


​Timimi, S. (2013) Diagnoses fail to connect with causes. Public Health Today, June 2013, 8.​


​Timimi, S. (2014) No More Psychiatric Labels: Why formal psychiatric diagnostic systems should be abolished. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology 14, 208-215.


Timimi, S. (2014) Children’s behaviour problems: a NICE mess. International Journal of Clinical Practice 68, 1053–1055.


Timimi, S. (2014) First do no harm. Clinical Psychology Forum 261, September 2014, 6-8.


Timimi, S. (2014) Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies: inspiring innovation or more of the same? Psychiatric Bulletin 39, 57-60.


​Timimi, S. (2015) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is an example of bad Medicine. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 49, 575-576.


​Timimi, S. (2015) Update on the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme in England: author’s reply. Psychiatric Bulletin 39, 252-253.


Timimi, S. (2015) Children’s mental health: Time to stop using psychiatric diagnosis. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling 17,342-358.

​Duncan, B., Sparks, J. and Timimi, S. (2017) Beyond Critique: The Partners for Change Outcome Management System as an Alternative Paradigm to Psychiatric Diagnosis. Journal. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 58, 7-29.


Timimi, S. (2017) Non-diagnostic based approaches to helping children who could be labelled ADHD and their families. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being 12, sup1.


Timimi, S. (2018) A critique of the concept of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 35, 251-257.


​Timimi, S. (2018) Rebuttal to Dr Foreman’s article on ‘ADHD: Progress and Controversy in Diagnosis and Treatment’. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine 35, 251-257.


Timimi, S. (2018) The diagnosis is correct, but NICE guidelines are part of the problem not the solution. Journal of Health Psychology 23, 1148-1152.


​Stockman, T., Odegbaro, D., Timimi, S., Moncrieff, J. (2018) SSRI and SNRI withdrawal symptoms reported on an Internet forum. International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine 29, 175-180.


Whitely, M., Raven, M., Timimi, S., Jureidini, J. Phillimore, J., Leo, J., Moncrieff, J., Landman, P. (2018) ADHD late birthdate effect common in both high and low prescribing international jurisdictions: Systematic review. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 60, 380-391.


​Davies, J., Read, J., Hengartner, M.P., Cosci, F., Fava, G., Chouinard, G., Van Os, J., Nardi, A., Gøtzsche, P., Groot, P., Offidani, E., Timimi, S., Moncrieff, J., Spada, G., Guy, A. (2019) Clinical guidelines on antidepressant withdrawal urgently need updating. British Medical Journal 365, l2238.


​Timimi, S. (2020) The Social Construction of Autism. In, Trends in SEN identification: contexts, causes and consequences. SEN Policy Research Forum.

 
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