Williams, B. (2022) Understanding loneliness and its relationship with mental health issues. Mental Health Practice.
Williams, B, Harris, P. & Gordon, C. (2020) What is equine hoarding and can ‘motivational interviewing’ training be implemented to help enable behavioural change in animal owners? Equine Veterinary Education.
Williams B. (2018) Animal Hoarding in Self-Neglect in Older Adults a Global, Evidence-Based Resource for Nurses and Other Healthcare Providers. Day, McCarthy, Fitzpatrick (Eds.). Springer.
Williams B. (2016)The Impact Of Animals on Patients' Wellbeing. Nursing Times112 (25) 12-13.
Williams B. & Green, R. (2016) Experiences of bereavement following the death of animals. Mental Health Practice. 19 (9) 29-33
Williams B. & Green, R. (2016) Understanding Bereavement in Animal Owners In Practice38, 140-146.
Williams B. (2015) Enhancing Teaching Relationships Through Therapeutic Use of Self. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 10 (1) 61-70.
Williams B. (2015) Support for Nurses in Writing for Publication. Nursing Times111 (9) 15-17.
Williams B. & Morris, L. (2015) Importance of Co-Working in Family InterventionsMental Health Practice 19 (2) 14-20.
Williams B. (2015) Service users and their animals - practical considerations for Mental Health Workers.Mental Health Practice18 (7) 32-37.
Williams B. (2014) Animal hoarding: devastating, complex and everyone’s concern. Mental Health Practice. 17 (6) 35-30.
Williams B. (2014) Animal hoarding - recognition and possible interventions
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Williams B. (2014) Delivering Training with a Colleague: How to Make Co-training Work. Mental Health Practice. 17 (9) 14-19.
Williams, B. (2013) The Place of Animals in Recovery. The Approach (Journal of the Care Programme Approach Association). 3 (15) 6-9.
Williams, B. (2013) Tick-Box Exercise. Mental Health Practice. 16 (6) 9.