Time and Tide Podcast (March 2018): Just Another Do-Gooder Podcast - Episode one: Leaving Christian Fundamentalism
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McSkimming, J (2017) 'Leaving Christian Fundamentalism and the Reconstruction of Identity', Routledge
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McSkimming, J (2016) 'The restoration of contemplation and creative solitude', The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2016 Issue 3.
McSkimming, J (2016) 'Documenting stories of disaffiliation from Christian Fundamentalism: the challenge of reflexivity', Qualitative Psychology, Oct 27 2016.
McSkimming, J. (2015) Why women leave the Christian church, Sydney Morning Herald.
McSkimming, J. (2014) Identity formation and re-formation within Christian Fundamentalism: journeys of faith-interrupted. In: REID, H. & WEST, L. (eds.) Constructing narratives of continuity and change: a transdiscipinary approach to researching lives. Oxford: Routledge, 79-92.
McSkimming, J. (2013b) The storying, re-storying and de-storying of the Christian Fundamentalist self: the migration of identity of people who leave fundamentalist and evangelical Christian communities and the stories that inform the change process. 4th Global Conference - Storytelling: global reflections on narrative. Prague: Inter-disciplinary.net.
McSkimming, J. (2013a) Shared passion within a diversity of interests: a credible and stimulating alternative: the interdisciplinary conference 'Storytelling: global reflections on narrative'. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2, 84-87.
McSkimming, J. (2009) Is it good to be 'grey' in the therapy room? The politics of religion and religious culture in the therapeutic context. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 1, 39-47.