I am published in various peer reviewed academic journals and books. Below is a list of books and the PDF files to a selection of my articles. I have to be sensitive to copyright issues so if there is a publication not listed here that you would like to read please contact me and I will do my best to get you an author’s copy.
Books & Publications
I have published chapters in the books below. Click the book image and you will be taken to more information about the book.
Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness
Published by Wiley, 2014
Social Construction and Practice: Interpretations and Innovations
Published by Columbia Press, 2013
Counseling Publications and Research
Anderson, J. A., & Hall, J. C. (Eds.). (in press). Making sense differently: Narratives of learning and teaching in mental health. Chagrin Falls, Ohio: WorldShare Taos Publications.
Bolton, K., Hall, J.C., Blundo, R., Lehmann, P. (in press) The role of resilience and resilience theory in solution-focused practice. Journal of Systemic Therapies.
Hall, J. C. (in press) Social work professional organization development: History, purpose, and possibilities. Social Work: Experience and Methods.
Hall, J. C. (in press). Shifting from teaching “facts” to teaching about “facts.” In Anderson, J. A., & Hall, J. C., (Eds.), Making sense differently: Narratives of learning and teaching about mental health. Chagrin Falls, Ohio: Taos Institute Publications.
Hall, J.C. (2017). A history of cybernetics and social work practice. Encyclopedia of Social Work.
Hall, J. C. (2016) A comparison and integration of two therapies of rebellion, narrative and structural family therapy. Social Work: Experiences and Methods 18(2), 11-28.
Hall, J.C. (2016). A narrative case study of Hamlet and the cultural construction of Western individualism, diagnosis, and madness. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 35(2) 1-13.
Hall, J.C. (2016). Narrative therapy. Encyclopedia of Social Work. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199975839.013.992
Hall, J.C. (2015). How social constructionism could inform the education of social work practitioners: An interview with Dennis Saleebey. Reflections: Narratives of Professional helping 20(4), 8-15.
Hall, J. C. (2015) Utilizing grounded theory to enhance the education of graduate clinical social work field students. Grounded Theory Review14(2), 86-92.
Blundo, R., Bolton, K., & Hall, J. C. (2014) Hope: research and theory in relation to solution-focused practice and training. The International Journal of Solution-Focused Practices. 2(2). 34-48.
Hall, J.C. (2014). I don’t want to talk about it: Increasing the complexity of group supervision and clinical class discussions. Chapter for the book: Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness. New York: Wiley.
Hall, J.C. (2012). Men and discourse: Review of men at risk. The Journal of Men and Masculinities, 15(2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Hall, J.C. (2012). Honoring client perspectives through collaborative practice: Shifting from assessment to collaborative exploration. In Witkin, S. (Ed.) Social constructionist informed practice. New York: Columbia Press.
Hall, J. C. (2011). A narrative approach to group work with male batterers. Social Work With Groups. 34, 175-189.
Barbee, A., Sullivan, D., Border, K., Antle, B., Hall, J. & Fox, S. (2009). Evaluation of an innovative social work education model: the Kentucky Public Child Welfare Certification Program (PCWCP). Journal of Social WorkEducation, 45(3),427-445.
Barbee, A. P., Antle, B. F., Sullivan, D. Huebner, R., Fox, S., & Hall, J. C. (2009). Recruiting and retaining child welfare workers: Is preparing social work students enough for sustained commitment to the field? Special Issue of Child Welfare: Strengthening the Child Welfare Workforce: Promoting Recruitment and Retention, 88(5),
Hall, J.C. (2008). A practitioner’s application and deconstruction of evidence-based practice. Families in Society, 89(3), 385-393.
Hall, J.C. (2007). Perceptions of need and the ethicality of the male social work practice. Families in Society, 88(2), 214-222.
Hall, J. C. (2007). Social constructionism: Unifying social work. Knowledge Bank Ohio State University for Social Work, 19. (https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/handle/1811/28814)
Hall, J.C. (2007). Social constructionism: A unifying metaperspective for social work. Taos Institute. (http://www.taosinstitute.net/j-christopher-hall)
Hall, J.C. (2015, March) What can counselors learn from Wall Street? University of North Carolina Wilmington, College of Health and Human Services School of Social Work Field Education Newsletter.
Hall, J.C. (2015, February) How are deviled eggs and social work the same? University of North Carolina Wilmington, College of Health and Human Services School of Social Work Field Education Newsletter.
Hall, J.C. (2014, December) Creating safety and growth through support at end-of-semester evaluation. University of North Carolina Wilmington,College of Health and Human Services School of Social Work Field Education Newsletter.
Hall, J.C. (2014, October) Social work supervision and the construction of roles. University of North Carolina Wilmington, College of Health and Human Services School of Social Work Field Education Newsletter.
Hall, J.C. (2014, August 17) Practice tips when working with elderly adults. SocialWorkSupervisor.com
Hall, J.C. (2014, July 23,) Free social work supervision: Is it worth it? SocialWorkSupervisor.com
Hall, J.C. (2014, July 17) Dennis Saleebey has passed but his legacy of the strengths approach lives on. SocialWorkSupervisor.com
Hall, J.C. (2014, July 15) What causes ADHD? Sometimes it is simple. SocialWorkSupervisor.com
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