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    Stapley, E. and Town, R. and Yoon, Y. and Lereya Suzet, T. and Farr, Joanna and Turner, J. and Barnes, N. (2022) A mixed-methods evaluation of a peer mentoring intervention in a UK school setting: perspectives from mentees and mentors. Children and Youth Services Review 132 (106327), ISSN 0190-7409.

    Farr, Joanna and Moore, A. and Bruffell, H. and Hayes, J. and Rae, J. and Cooper, M. (2021) The impact of a needs-based model of care on accessibility and quality of care within children's mental health services: a qualitative investigation of the UK i-THRIVE Programme. Child Care, Health and Development 47 (4), pp. 442-450. ISSN 1365-2214.

    Nizza, Isabella and Farr, Joanna and Smith, Jonathan A. (2021) Achieving excellence in interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA): four markers of high quality. Qualitative Research in Psychology , ISSN 1478-0887.

    Farr, Joanna and Edbrooke-Childs, J. and Town, R. and Pietkiewicz, D. and Young, I. and Stapley, E. (2021) Counseling for young people and families affected by child sexual exploitation and abuse: a qualitative investigation of the perspective of young people, parents, and professionals. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 30 (1), pp. 102-123. ISSN 1547-0679.

    Farr, Joanna and Di Malta, G. and Cooper, M. (2019) Pilot randomised controlled trial of counselling in a community mental health setting: pitfalls and learnings. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 20 (1), pp. 3-8. ISSN 1746-1405.

    Farr, Joanna and Nizza, Isabella (2019) Longitudinal Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (LIPA): a review of studies and methodological considerations. Qualitative Research in Psychology 16 (2), pp. 199-217. ISSN 1478-0887.

    Farr, Joanna and Blenkiron, L. and Harris, R. and Smith, Jonathan A. (2018) “It's my language, my culture and it's personal!” Migrant mothers' experience of language use and identity change in their relationship with their children: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Family Issues 39 (11), pp. 3029-3054. ISSN 0192-513X.

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