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Lewis, S. (in press). Humanity, leadership and hope. Prison Service Journal. 

Lewis, S. (in press). The Prison Growth Project: Transforming Organisational Culture and Identity Collaboratively. Probation Quarterly. 

Lewis, S. (2018). Culture Club Assemble!  The powerful role of multi-agent relationships in prison habilitation.  In A. Pycroft and D. Gough (Eds).  Multi-agency Working (2nd Eds) 

Lewis S. (2019). ‘May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears. The importance of reciprocal hope in prison growth’, Prison Service Journal.  Free access here: 

https://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/publications/psj/prison-service-journal-244

Lewis, S. (2018).  A campaign for climate change: The role of therapeutic relationships within rehabilitation.  In G. Ackerman , A. Needs and G. Bainbridge. Transforming environments and offender rehabilitation.

Halden Photo Book (2016) Available at: http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/7425681-halden-prison

Sandaker Photo Book (2016) Available at: http://www.blurb.com/b/7240413-sandaker-halfway-house

Lewis, S. (June, 2016).  Island of Hope.  Inside Times. Retrieved from http://insidetime.org/island-of-hope/

Lewis, S. (2016).  Therapeutic correctional Relationships: Theory, Research and Practice.  London: Routledge. 

Judd, P., & Lewis, S. (2015). Working against the odds: How probation practitioners can support desistance in young adult offenders.  European Journal of Probation, 7, 58-75.

Lewis, S. (2014). Exploring positive working relationships in light of the aims of probation, using a collaborative approach. Probation Journal,1-12.  DOI: 10.1177/0264550514548249

Lewis, S. (2014) Learning from success and failure : deconstructing the working relationship within probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach Probation Journal, 61 (2), 161-175. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816

Lewis, S. (2014) Learning from success and failure : deconstructing the working relationship within probation practice and exploring its impact upon probationers, using a collaborative approach Probation Journal, 61 (2), 161-175. DOI: 10.1177/0264550514523816

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conference presentation

Lewis, S. (2018).  A campaign for climate change: The role of therapeutic relationships within rehabilitation.  In G. Ackerman , A. Needs and G. Bainbridge. Transforming environments and offender rehabilitation.

Lewis, S. (November, 2015). Working to de-radicalise using therapeutic relationships.  RAN conference, Rome.

Lewis, S. (July 2014) Therapeutic Correctional Relationships: playing the game. British Society of Criminology Conference in Portsmouth.

Lewis, S. (2013). Who worked? A phenomenological study considering the relationship between probation staff and offenders, using a collaborative approach. Post-graduate Winter Study School.  University of Portsmouth.

Lewis, S. (2012). What doesn’t “work”? Exploring what threatens the working relationship between probationer and practitioner, exploring possible solutions and implications to correctional training: British Society of Criminology Conference in Portsmouth.

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