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Dr Garry Squires - publications

List of publications

Authored book

  • David Armstrong and Garry Squires. Key Perspectives on Dyslexia. Routledge, 2015. eScholarID:224190
  • Squires, G., & McKeown, S. Pomóż Dziecku Z... Dysleksją. Warsaw: KE Liber sc, 2006. eScholarID:96327
  • Squires, G., & McKeown, S. Supporting Children with Dyslexia. New York: Continuum, 2006. eScholarID:93197
  • Squires, G., & McKeown, S. Supporting Children with Dyslexia. Birmingham: The Questions Publishing Company Ltd., 2003. eScholarID:93173
  • Squires, G. Changing Thinking and Feeling to Change Behaviour. Ainsdale: Positive Behaviour Management, 2002. eScholarID:93177

Edited book

  • David Armstrong & Garry Squires. Contemporary Issues in Special Educational Needs: Considering the whole child. Open University Press/McGraw Hill Education, 2012. eScholarID:123307

Book contribution

  • Garry Squires. "Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy." In Motivational Interviewing with Children and Young People: Further Applications, ed. Eddie McNamara, 195-208. Ainsdale: Positive Behaviour Management., 2014. eScholarID:156182
  • Garry Squires. "Motivational Interviewing and Professional Practice." In Motivational Interviewing with Children and Young People: Further Applications, ed. E. McNamara, 3-16. Ainsdale: Positive Behaviour Management., 2014. eScholarID:164900
  • Humphrey, N., Lindley, E., Sapin, K., Parkinson, G., Squires, G., & Vostanis, P. "Allied Interventions." In Adolescent Counselling Psychology: Developing a research informed pluralistic approach, ed. T. Hanley, N. Humphrey & C. Lennie, 44-66. London: Routledge, 2012. eScholarID:158866
  • Garry Squires. "Historical and socio-political agendas around defining and including children with special eductional needs." In Contemporary Issues in Special Educational Needs: Considering the whole child, ed. David Armstrong and Garry Squires, 9-24. London: Open University Press/McGraw Hill Education, 2012. eScholarID:123308
  • David Armstrong; Garry Squires. "Introduction." In Contemporary Issues in Special Educational Needs, 1-5. Berkshire: McGraw Hill & Open University Press, 2012. eScholarID:167179
  • Squires, G., & Farrell, P. "Educational Psychology in England and Wales." In The Handbook of International School Psychology, ed. S. R. Jimerson, T. D. Oakland & P. T. Farrell, Thousand Oaks: California Sage Publications Inc., 2006. eScholarID:93174

Journal article

  • Banks, Tachelle, Squires, Garry, and Anhalt, Karla. "Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Cognitive Behavior Interventions in Special Education and School Psychology." Creative Education 5, no. 10(2014) : 758-768. eScholarID:224444 | DOI:10.4236/ce.2014.510089
  • Williams, Caroline, and Squires, Garry. "The Session Bridging Worksheet: impact on outcomes, homework adherence and participants’ experience." The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 7(2014) . eScholarID:224183
  • Young, Alys, Squires, Garry, Harrtley, Ralph, Oram, Rosemary, and Sutherland, Hilary. "Further Education as a post-secondary destination for deaf and hard of hearing young people: a review of the literature and analysis of official statistics in England."(2014) . eScholarID:233633
  • Humphrey, N., Lendrum, A., Barlow, A., Wigelsworth, M., & Squires, G. "Achievement for All: Improving Psychosocial Outcomes for Students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities." Research in Developmental Disabilities 34(2013) : 1210-1225. eScholarID:183658 | DOI:10.1016/j.ridd.2012.12.008
  • Cathy Atkinson , Garry Squires , Joanna Bragg , David Wasilewski & Janet Muscutt. "Effective delivery of therapeutic interventions: findings from four site visits." Educational Psychology in Practice 29, no. 1(2013) : 54-68. eScholarID:183517 | DOI:10.1080/02667363.2012.748650
  • Atkinson, C., Squires, G., Bragg, J., Muscutt, J., & Wasilewski, D. "Facilitators and barriers to the provision of therapeutic interventions by UK-based educational psychologists." School Psychology International iFirst(2013) : 1-15. eScholarID:194894 | DOI:10.1177/0143034313485849
  • Garry Squires, Neil Humphrey & Alexandra Barlow. "Over-identification of special educational needs in younger members of the age cohort: Differential effects of level of assessment and category of need." Assessment & Development Matters 5, no. 1(2013) : 23-26. eScholarID:191542
  • Atkinson, C., Bragg, J., Squires, G., Wasilewski, D., & Musutt, J. "Educational Psychologists and Therapeutic Intervention: enabling effective practice." Assessment and Development Matters 4, no. 2(2012) : 22-25. eScholarID:167180
  • Garry Squires, Neil Humphrey, Alexandra Barlow & Michael Wigelsworth. "The identification of special educational needs and the month of birth: differential effects of category of need and level of assessment." European Journal of Special Needs Education 27, no. 4(2012) . eScholarID:167182 | DOI:10.1080/08856257.2012.711961
  • Humphrey, N., Barlow, A., Wigelsworth, M., & Squires, G. "The role of school and individual differences in the academic attainment of learners with special educational needs and disabilities: a multi-level analysis." International Journal of Inclusive Education(2012) . eScholarID:168055 | DOI:10.1080/13603116.2012.718373
  • Squires, G. and Caddick, K. "Using group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy intervention in school settings with pupils who have externalizing behavioural difficulties: An unexpected result." Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties 17, no. 1(2012) : 25-45. eScholarID:138371 | DOI:10.1080/13632752.2012.652423
  • Cathy Atkinson, Joanna Bragg, , Garry Squires, Janet Muscutt and David Wasilewski. "Educational Psychologists and therapeutic interventions – preliminary findings from a UK-wide survey." Debate 140(2011) : 6-12. eScholarID:121486
  • Squires, Garry, and Dunsmuir, Sandra. "Embedding Cognitive Behavioural Therapy training in Practice: facilitators and barriers for trainee educational psychologists (TEPs)." Educational Psychology in Practice 27, no. 2(2011) : 117-132. eScholarID:96829 | DOI:10.1080/02667363.2011.567089
  • Rait, S., Monsen, J. J., & Squires, Garry. "Cognitive Behaviour Therapies and their Implications for Applied Educational Psychology Practice." Educational Psychology in Practice 26(2010) : 105-122. eScholarID:93178 | DOI:10.1080/02667361003768443
  • Squires, G. "Countering the argument that educational psychologists need specific training to use cognitive behavioural therapy." Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties 15, no. 4(2010) : 279-294. eScholarID:93193 | DOI:10.1080/13632752.2010.523211
  • Squires, G., Farrell, P., Woods, K., Lewis, S., Rooney, S., & O'Connor, M. "Educational Psychologists’ contribution to the Every Child Matters agenda: the parents’ view." Educational Psychology in Practice 23, no. 4(2007) : 343-361. eScholarID:93196 | DOI:10.1080/02667360701660993
  • Squires, G. "Using the ‘Observation Methods’ CDROM and fOCUS II as a qualitative research tool by doctorate students at the University of Manchester." Observational Skills in Psychology: Case Studies. (Open University)(2006) : 5. eScholarID:93186
  • Squires, G. "How to assess dyslexia." Special Children 169(2005) : 27-34. eScholarID:93184
  • Squires, G. "Supporting Children with …." Special Children 158(2004) : 21-29. eScholarID:93183
  • Squires, G. "Dyslexia Friendly." Special Children 142(2001) : 24-27. eScholarID:93181
  • Squires, G. "Thoughts, Feelings, Behaviour: Helping children understand themselves and take more control of their behaviour." Special Children 134(2001) : 15-18. eScholarID:93182
  • Squires, G. "Using cognitive behavioural psychology with groups of pupils to improve self-control of behaviour." Educational Psychology in Practice 17, no. 4(2001) : 317-335. eScholarID:93176 | DOI:10.1080/02667360120096679

Conference contribution

  • Robert Clark, Janet Muscutt, Garry Squires & Stacey Austin. 2013. Developing International School Psychology Leaders: The Cal Catterall Fund. In International School Psychology Association Conference17 July 2013 - 20 July 2013. Porto, Portugal. eScholarID:201460
  • Garry Squires. 2013. Excluding pupils with special educational needs (SEN) through inclusionary definitions: Considering the paradox. In International School Psychology Association Conference17 July 2013 - 20 July 2013. Porto, Portugal. eScholarID:201459
  • Garry Squires. 2013. International Journal of School & Educational Psychology: Editor's report. In International School Psychology Association17 July 2013 - 20 July 2013. Porto, Portugal. eScholarID:201461
  • Garry Squires. 2013. Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. In Invited talk to MPsy students. University of Malta. eScholarID:213786
  • Garry Squires. 2013. Planning Group CBT work. In Invited talk to the School Psychology Service, Department of Education, Malta. eScholarID:213785
  • Garry Squires. 2013. So what exactly is dyslexia? Issues, debates and fuzziness. In Invited talk to Master's students following the Access course. University of Malta. eScholarID:213783
  • Garry Squires. 2013. What do we mean by special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)? Issues, debates and tensions in identification, assessment and intervention in England. In BEd Secondary - invited talk. University of Malta. eScholarID:213781
  • Garry Squires. 2012. Adolescent to Adult: transitions and completing a university degree. 02 October 2012 - 02 October 2012. St Martin's Institute, Malta. eScholarID:175544
  • Garry Squires. 2012. Cognitive Behaviour Interventions in Special Education and School Psychology: understanding cognitive distortions. In 34th International School Psychology Association Conference09 July 2012 - 13 July 2012. McGill University, Montreal, Canada. eScholarID:164892
  • Lendrum, A., Humphrey, N., & Squires, G. 2012. Developing positive school-home relationships through structured conversations with parents of learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.. eScholarID:138406
  • Wigelsworth, M., Humphrey, N., Barlow, A., & Squires, G. 2012. Development and validation of the Wider Outcomes Surveys for Teachers (WOST) and Parents (WOSP) of students with special educational needs and disabilities. In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.. eScholarID:164899
  • Garry Squires. 2012. Differential month of birth effects in the identification of special educational needs: An English study. In 34th International School Psychology Association Conference09 July 2012 - 13 July 2012. McGill University, Montreal, Canada. eScholarID:164893
  • Humphrey, N., Squires, G., Barlow, A., Lendrum, A., & Wigelsworth, M. 2012. Improving outcomes for learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND): national evaluation of the Achievement for All (AfA) programme. A 90 min workshop. In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.. eScholarID:138412
  • Barlow, A., Humphrey, N., Squires, G. & Wigelsworth, M. 2012. Modelling the determinants of academic attainment among learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND): a multi-level study. In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.. eScholarID:138410
  • Squires, G. 2012. Planning CBT group work. Workshop presented on the CBT for Children and Young People post-graduate course. Anna Freud Centre, London.. eScholarID:163797
  • Neil Humphrey & Garry Squires. 2012. The Impact of Achievement for All (AfA) on outcomes for pupils with Special Educational Needs in England – lessons for policy and practice. In National Council for Special Education. Research Conference 2012. Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, Ireland. eScholarID:182569
  • Squires, G., & Humphrey, N. 2012. What do we mean by special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)? Issues, debates and tensions in identification, assessment and intervention. A 90 minute workshop. In 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.. eScholarID:138374
  • Squires, G., Barlow, A., Wigelsworth, M., Lendrum, A., Bulman, W., & Oldfield, J. 2011. Achievement for All: The National Evaluation. In One day workshop for Doctorate in Educational Psychology research students. University of Manchester. eScholarID:121488
  • Garry Squires & Cathy Atkinson. 2011. Educational Psychologists and therapeutic intervention: Findings from UK wide research and implications for supervision. In Supervision in Counselling, Counselling Psychology and Educational Psychology12 July 2011 - 12 July 2011. University of Manchester. eScholarID:126789
  • Atkinson, C., & Squires, G. 2011. Educational Psychologists and therapeutic intervention: Promoting positive mental health. In 3rd European Network for Social and Emotional Competence in Children University of Manchester29 June 2011 - 03 July 2011. eScholarID:125796
  • Atkinson, C., Squires, G., & Wasilewski, D. 2011. Educational Psychologists and therapeutic intervention: findings from a UK-wide study. In Child and Adolescent Development. North West professional development conference14 December 2011 - 14 December 2011. Woodlands Conference Centre, Chorley.. eScholarID:141013
  • Garry Squires. 2011. Introduction to Psychometrics. In Improving Access to psychological Therapies training course. University of Liverpool. eScholarID:167187
  • Squires, Garry. 2009. Applied Psychologists, Not Psychotherapists: EPs and CBT. In Innovative applications of CBT in working with young people and children. West Midlands Continuing Professional Development Group: Summer Study Day 200909 July 2009 - 09 July 2009. University of Birmingham. eScholarID:93189
  • Squires, G. 2009. Helping the Children’s Workforce feel confident in meeting children’s mental health needs. In International School Psychology Association 31st Annual Colloquium07 June 2009 - 11 June 2009. Buggiba, Malta. eScholarID:93192
  • Neil Humphrey, Garry Squires & Peter Farrell. 2009. National Evaluation of Achievement for All. In National College for School Leadership : Achievement for All: Autumn conferences01 October 2009 - 30 November 2009. Various: NCSL, DCSF, National Strategies. eScholarID:96215
  • Garry Squires; Sandra Dunsmuir. 2009. Working with Schools. In CBTOBI: CBT and other Outcomes-Based Interventions with Children and Young People, 2008-09 post-graduate course24 March 2009 - 24 March 2009. Anna Freud Centre, London. eScholarID:96757
  • Garry Squires. 2008. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: A model for understanding the link between thoughts, feelings and behaviour. In Conference for Teaching Assistants: Supporting Children with Additional Educational Needs. Kingston Centre, Stafford, Staffordshire: Staffordshire County Council. eScholarID:96468
  • Squires, G., & Dunsmuir, S. 2008. What is the value in training educational psychologists in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)?. In International School Psychology Association 30th Annual Colloquium08 July 2008 - 13 July 2008. Utrecht, The Netherlands. eScholarID:93194
  • Squires, G. 2007. Community Psychology: ‘Capacity building’ by meeting the needs of the adults in schools. In International School Psychology Association 29th Annual Colloquium24 July 2007 - 28 July 2007. Tampere, Finland: http://www.ispaweb.org/Colloquia/Tampere/Presentations/Squires_Community_Psychologypdf.pdf. eScholarID:93188
  • Farrell, P., Davies, S., Swann, S., & Squires, Garry. 2007. International perspectives on the professional practice of school psychologists: Developing our skills in using action research to bring about systems change. In International School Psychology Association 29th Annual Colloquium. Tampere, Finland. eScholarID:93202
  • Woods, K., Farrell, P., Lewis, S., & Squires, G. 2007. Researching the potential contribution of Educational Psychologists within Children's Services in the United Kingdom. In International School Psychology Association 29th Annual Colloquium. Tampere, Finland. eScholarID:93199
  • Davies, S., Howes, A., Farrell, P., & Squires, G. 2006. Facilitating teacher engagement in inclusive practice in secondary schools. In International School Psychology Association 28th Annual Colloquium. China. eScholarID:93201
  • Squires, G. 2006. Using CBT in Educational Settings. In International School Psychology Association 28th Annual Colloquium15 July 2006 - 19 July 2006. Hangzhou, China. eScholarID:93185

Report

  • Young, A.; Oram, R.; Squires, G. & Sutherland, H. 2014. Identifying effective practice in the provision of education and education support services for 16 – 19 year old deaf young people in Further Education in England. London: National Deaf Children Society. eScholarID:224470
  • Humphrey, N., & Squires, G. 2011. Achievement for All. National Evaluation. London: Department of Education.. eScholarID:123500
  • Humphrey, N. and Squires, G. 2011. Achievement for All: National Evaluation. Final Report. London: Department for Education. eScholarID:133243
  • Humphrey, N., & Squires, Garry. 2010. Achievement for All Evaluation: Interim Report. London: Department for Education.. eScholarID:93206
  • Farrell, P., Woods, K., Lewis, S., Rooney, S., Squires, G., & O’Connor, M. 2006. A Review of the Functions and Contribution of Educational Psychologists in England and Wales in light of “Every Child Matters: Change for Children'. London: Department for Education and Skills. eScholarID:93204

Journal contribution

  • Squires, G. "ISPA in China." DECP Debate 121(2006) : 34-35. eScholarID:93187

Newspaper/magazine contribution

  • Garry Squires. "Meet the Calvin Catterall Fund 2013 recipients!." International School Psychology Association: World Go Round 40, no. 2(2013) : 6-7. eScholarID:199394
  • Garry Squires. "Analysis of Local Authority Data to Show the Impact of Being Dyslexia Friendly on School Performance." Parents in the Know 13(2010) : 5-5. eScholarID:93817
  • Garry Squires. "Analysis of Local Authority data to show the impact of being Dyslexia Friendly on school performance." Staffordshire School Governors Newsletter(2010) : 9-9. eScholarID:96216
  • Squires, Garry. "Including Children means more than just being …. SMART." SEN Newsletter(2003) . eScholarID:93209
  • Squires, G., & Williams, S. "Peer Supervision for EPs as a Means to Quality Service Delivery." SEN Newsletter(2003) . eScholarID:93198
  • Squires, G. "Classroom strategies to support dyslexic children in mainstream classrooms." SEN Newsletter Spring(2002) . eScholarID:93208

Dissertation

  • Squires, G. Cognitive Preference and Spelling Difficulties. University of Manchester, 2003. eScholarID:93175
  • Squires, Garry. An Evaluation of a Booklet of Ideas to Support Teachers in Thinking About How to Increase the Independence of Dyslexic Children. The University of Manchester, 2001. eScholarID:93212
  • Squires, Garry. Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviour: Cognitive Behavioural Psychology and Group Work with Adolescents. University of Manchester, 2000. eScholarID:93211
  • Squires, Garry. Magical Conversations. University of Manchester, 1999. eScholarID:93210
  • Garry Squires. The use of praise as a tool in the classroom management of behaviour. The University of Manchester, 1996. eScholarID:96318