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Chapitres de livres
Womersley, G. (2019). A Sociocultural Exploration of Shame and Trauma Among Refugee Victims of Torture. In The Bright Side of Shame. (pp. 103-116). Cham: Springer.
   
Womersley, G., Shroufi , A. ., Severy , N. ., & van Cutsem , G. . (2018). Post-traumatic stress disorder among refugees following xenophobic attacks in Durban, South Africa. In Psychology Applications & Developments III. (pp. 3-12). Lisbon: inScience Press.
   
Womersley, G. (2013). The Shame and Fame of Rape: Sexual Violence in South Africa. In The Walk of Shame. (pp. 93-112). New York: Nova Science: Moshe, M., & Corbu, N..
   
Maw, A. ., Womersley, G., & O'Sullivan , M. . (2008). The psychosocial impact of rape and its implications for expert evidence in rape trials. In Should we consent? Rape Law Reform in South Africa. (pp. 121-143). Cape Town: Juta.
   
Articles de périodiques
Womersley, G. (2020). (Un)imagination and (im)mobility: Exploring the past and constructing possible futures among refugee victims of torture in Greece. Culture and Psychology, 0, 1-19.
   
Womersley, G., & Arikut-Treece, Y. (2019). Collective trauma among displaced populations in Northern Iraq: A case study evaluating the therapeutic interventions of the Free Yezidi Foundation. Intervention, Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas, 17(1), 3-12.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2019). «En Afrique, aller voir le psychologue, je n’ai jamais entendu ça»: interprétations croisées du psycho-traumatisme entre médiateurs culturels, professionnels de santé et réfugiés victimes de torture à Athènes. Revue européenne des migrations internationales, 34(2), 29-54.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2018). Voies de « resubjectivation » chez les demandeurs d’asile victimes de torture. Nouvelle Revue de psychosociologie, 25(1), 131-146.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2018). ‘This is not paranoia, this is real life’: psychosocial interventions for refugee victims of torture in Athens. Intervention, Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas, 16(2), 95-102.
   
Womersley, G., Kloetzer, L., Van den Bergh, R., Venables, E., Severy, N., Gkionakis, N., Popontopoulou, C., Kokkiniotis, M., & Zamatto, F. (2018). “My mind is not like before”: Psychosocial rehabilitation of victims of torture in Athens. Torture: Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture, 28(2), 72-84.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2018). Using Cultural-Historical Theory to Explore Trauma among Refugee Populations in Europe. Kul'turno-istoricheskaya psikhologiya [Cultural-Historical Psychology], 14(1), 87-97.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2018). Being through doing: the self-immolation of an asylum seeker in Switzerland. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9:110, 1-10.
   
Womersley, G., Maw, A. ., & Swartz , S. (2011). The construction of shame in feminist reflexive practice and its manifestations in a research relationship. Qualitative Inquiry, 17, 876-886.
   
Womersley, G., & Maw, A. . (2009). Contextualising the experience of South African women in the immediate aftermath of rape. Psychology in Society, 38, 40-60.
   
Thèses
Womersley, G. (2020). A sociocultural exploration of trauma among refugee victims of torture, Doctorat, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Working papers
Womersley, G., Kloetzer, L., & Goguikian Ratcliff , B. . (2017). Mental Health Problems Associated with Asylum Procedures of Refugees in European Countries.
   
Présentations
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2019). Raconter le traumatisme : perspectives croisées dans le champ de l'asile. Presented at EXIILS ET ACCOMPAGNEMENTS :: RÉSISTANCES ET CRÉATIVITÉ, CNAM, Paris, France.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). “Crying makes your story more believable”: The use of PTSD by asylum seekers and health professionals within the asylum process. Presented at 6th International Conference on Multicultural Discourses, Tilburg, the Netherlands.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). A sociocultural exploration of shame and trauma among refugees. Presented at IACPP, Guelph, Canada.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). Exploring culturally-informed representations of trauma among refugee victims of torture in Athens, Greece. Presented at IACPP: The 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Guelph, Canada.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). Socio-ecological explorations of resilience among refugee victims of torture in Athens, Greece. Presented at IRIS : Racial Displacement - Peripheries, Camps, Resistance, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). “You can imagine. Be pretty traumatic, right?” – evoking absent asylum seekers in dialogical positioning among humanitarian workers in Athens, Greece. Presented at 10th International Conference on the Dialogical Self, Braga, Portugal.
   
Womersley, G. (2018). Exploring cultural representations of trauma among refugee victims of torture in Athens, Greece. Presented at DeGPT : 20 Jahre Deutschsprachige Gesellschaft für Psychotraumatologie, Dresden, Germany.
   
Womersley, G. (2017). "He doesn't seem to understand it as an illness": mental health interventions for migrant victims of torture and other forms of ill treatment. Presented at International Society for Health and Human Rights, Novi Sad, Serbia.
   
Womersley, G. (2017). Trauma trajectories: a longitudinal study of asylum seekers diagnosed with PTSD in Greece. Presented at 15th SPS SGP SSP Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2017). Using cultural-historical theory to explore trauma among refugee populations in Europe. Presented at ISCAR 5th International Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
   
Womersley, G. (2017). Using cultural-historical activity theory to explore trauma among refugee populations in Europe. Presented at ISCAR Summer University, Moscow, Russia.
   
Kloetzer, L., & Womersley, G. (2017). A qualitative and dynamic exploration of multiple vital uses of ICTs among refugees. Presented at IMISCOE Annual Conference 2017, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2017). Un acte d’immolation peut-il être une énonciation ?. Presented at Séminaire LDI, CNAM, Paris.
   
Womersley, G. (2016). Socio-cultural determinants of trauma and the problem with PTSD. Presented at NCCR Onthemove 2nd annual conference: Changing Realities of Migration and Mobility. A Swiss Perspective., Neuchatel.
   
Womersley, G., Shroufi, A., Severy, N., & Van Cutsem, G. (2016). Post-traumatic Stress responses among refugees following xenophobic attacks in Durban, South Africa. Presented at InPact: International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends, Lisbon, Portugal.
   
Womersley, G., & Kloetzer, L. (2016). Socio-cultural manifestations of PTSD among refugees and asylum seekers in Europe: where is the trauma?. Presented at European Socio-Cultural Psychology Network, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy.
   
Womersley, G. (2015). Therapy on the frontline: Reflections on psychoanalysis in humanitarian contexts. Presented at Therapy on the Frontline: Reflections on Psychoanalysis in Humanitarian Contexts - Public Lecture, Cape Town, South Africa.
   
Womersley, G. (2013). Shame and rape in South Africa. Presented at at 8th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague.
   
Womersley, G., Maw, A., & Swartz, S. (2011). Manifestations of shame in psychotherapeutic dialogues with politically silenced rape survivors in Cape Town, South Africa. Presented at Bystanders No More: Psychotherapeutic Dialogues for the Politically Silenced, New York, U.S.A..
   
Articles de magazine
Womersley, G.(2014, 1 April). Welcome to Bangui: Reflections of a psychologist in the CAR. Daily Maverick, 1-3.
   
 
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