PUBLICATIONS

Scholarly Journal Articles

Scholarly Book Chapter

  • Barnes, M. F. (1996).  Sex therapy in the couples context: Therapy  issues associated with victims of sexual trauma. American Journal of Family Therapy, 23(4), 366-375.

  • Cornille, T. A., Boroto, D. R., Barnes, M. F., & Hall, P. K. (1996). Dealing with family distress in schools.  Families In Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Service, 77(7), 435-445.

  • Smith, T. E., McInnis, M., Pereira, G. A., Sells, S., Todahl, J., & Barnes, M. F. (1997).  Voices within family therapy:  The life story of a practicum team.  Journal of Systemic Therapies, 16(4), 341-360.

  • Todahl, J., Smith, T. E., Barnes, M. F., & Pereira, G. A. (1998). Bibliotherapy and perceptions of death by young children. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 12(2), 95-107.

  • Barnes, M. F., Todahl, J., & Barnes, A. S. (2002).  Family secondary trauma on the pediatric critical care unit.  Journal of Trauma Practice, 1(2), 5-29.

  • Todahl, J. L., Linville, D., Smith, T., Barnes, M. F., & Miller, J. K (2006).  A qualitative study of collaborative health care in a primary care setting.  Families, Systems & Health, 24(1), 45-64.

  • Barnes, M. F. (1998).  Treating burnout in families.  In C. R. Figley (Ed.), Burnout in Families:  Secondary Traumatic Stress in Everyday Life.  (pp. 171-185), Boca Raton:  CRC Press.

  • Barnes, M. F. (1998).  Understanding the secondary traumatic stress of parents.  In C. R. Figley (Ed.), Burnout in Families:  Secondary Traumatic Stress in Everyday Life.  (pp. 75-89), Boca Raton:  CRC Press.

  • Barnes, M. F. & Figley, C. R. (2005). Family therapy:  Working with traumatized families.  In J. Lebow (Ed.).  Handbook of Clinical Family Therapy, (pp. 309-328).  New York:  John Wiley & Sons.

  • Figley, C. R. & Barnes, M. F. (2005). External Trauma and families.  In P. C. McKenry & S. J. Price (Eds.), Families and Change:  Coping With Stressful Events and Transitions (3rd.), (pp 379-401).  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.

  • Barnes, M. F. (2005).  When a child is traumatized or physically injured:  The secondary trauma of parents.  In D. R. Catherall (Ed.),Specific Stressors: Interventions with Couples and Families.  New York:  Brunner- Routledge.

Invited Submissions

  • Barnes, M. F. (2012).  Traumatized scientists.  In C. R. Figley (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Trauma.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.

  • Barnes, M. F. (2012).  Relapse prevention – PTSD.  In C. R. Figley (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Trauma.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage.​

Non-Referred Publications

  • Barnes, M. F. (1989).  Children of alcoholics in the classroom.  Wellspring, 2(2),    19-20.

  • Barnes, M. F. (2017).  First impressions prove critical.  Addiction Professional,15(2), 26-34.

  • Barnes, M.F. (2018). Create a 'newer normal' to help families heal. Addiction Professional. 16(2), 26-31.