Heismann, Elisabeth, Jude, Julia and Day, Elizabeth. (2018). In press. Non-violent Resistance, Innovations in Practice. Hove: Pavilion Publishing.
Day, Elizabeth & Charing, Gaby (2018). Living with Dying and Bereavement: Reflections on Repositioning Through Performance. Murmurations: Journal of Transformative Systemic Practice, 1, 2, 27-39.
Day, Elizabeth (2018). Branching Out – London AFT. Context,
Day, Elizabeth (2017). Picturing the Graig: a rich portrait of the construction of loss and remembrance. Murmurations: Journal of Transformative Systemic Practice, 1 (1) 67-78.
Solarin, N., Cavanagh, L., Barrett, A., Khanom, N. & Day, E. (2015) Systemic Film Evenings. Context, 141, pp 23-24.
Day, E.M. and Flores Acqueveque, G. (2014) Non-violent resistance: a community-group programme for Latin American families. Context, 132, pp 32-33.
Day, E.M. & Heismann, E. (2010). Non-violent Resistance Programme. Hove: Pavilion Publishing.
Day, E.M. (2009). Using therapeutic letters. Context 101, pp 15-17.
Day, E., Heismann, E. & Spyrou M. (2007). Non-violent Resistance: guidelines for parents of children or adolescents with violent or destructive behaviours. Dartford: Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
Day, E.M., Hart, D. & Hamudji, B. (2000). Child Protection and HIV Good Practice guidelines London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Day, E.M. & Dooman, R. (1998). Helping Children Talk. Child Health Dialogue and AIDS Action. Issue 42.
Writing workshop with Gail Simon, September 2018, Association of Family Therapy Annual Conference, Manchester.
Presentation February 2018, Creative Research slot: Becoming a carer, making space for multiple voices and connections. European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Leuven, Belgium
Presentation, July 2017, Performative autoethnography – managing uncertainty. London Association of Family Therapy AGM
Presentation, April 2017, Do painters like people, and does it matter? Bedfordshire International Systemic Spring School, Lake District
Presentation February 2017, Including the voice of the researcher in qualitative inquiry European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Leuven, Belgium
Association of Family Therapy Eileen Jamieson Memorial Workshop, May 2016, New conversations about gender.
Workshop, November 2015, “We know more than we can tell” (Polanyi, 1966): using our creative abilities in research. First Systemic Research Conference. University of Bedfordshire.
Presentation, February 2015, London AFT Cinema Evening, Exploring how genograms could be adapted to avoid privileging binary gender identities and heterosexual relationships.
Presentation, November 2014, Messages from research. NVR UK conference, London UK
Workshop, July 2014, Non-violent resistance: living moments in the performance of hope and love. Systemic Gathering, Huntingdon, UK
Workshop, September 2013, Non-violent resistance: the performance of hope and resilience. AFT Conference, London, UK
2012 Individual interview in the DVD Oxleas NVR: conference films and interview
First International NVR conference 7 & 8 April 2011 Greenwich
- Plenary presentation, Elizabeth Day, Elisabeth Heismann and Oxleas NVR parents: Developing mutual support among parents – the multi-family group parent training programme at Oxleas Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
- Workshop, Elizabeth Day, Oxleas NHS Trust: Life-threatening situations – working with multidisciplinary systems to create positive outcomes.
- Plenary Panel – main speakers, Haim Omer, Uri Weinblatt, Peter Jakob, Barbara Ollefs, Elizabeth Day and parent representatives discuss the delegates’ feedback. Participating moderator: Jim Wilson
Day, E. (2002). Mummy cheetah and her babies. Script adapted for Farm Radio.
Day, E.M., Dooman, R. & Jones, S. (2001) Poster presentation at the 5th Psychosocial Impact of AIDS Conference in Brighton. An Evaluation of a groupwork project with children affected by HIV.
Workshop, March 1999, Fair Treatment at Work. ALGBP Europe Annual Conference, Lesbians and Gay Men in the Workplace, Hamburg, Germany
Day, E.M. (1999). Workshop at the 4th Psychosocial Impact of AIDS Conference in Ottawa. Stories told by a group of African children affected by HIV.