Publications

Academic

Flanagan, K. M., Clements, M. L., Whitton, S. W., Portney, M. J., Randall, D. W., & Markman, H. J. (2002). Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of marital and couple    relationships.  In J. P. McHale & W. Grolnick (Eds.), Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of families (pp. 99-125). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Schut, A. J., Castonguay, L. G., Bedics, J. D., Smith, T. L., Barber, J. P., Flanagan, K. M., & Yamasaki, A. S. (2005). Therapist interpretation, patient-therapist interpersonal process, and outcome in psychodynamic psychotherapy for avoidant personality disorder. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training. 42, 494-511.

 

Non-Academic

Flanagan, K. M., & Flanagan, K. S. (2006). Suicide: Intervening before it’s too late. In R. Wieman (Ed.), Group’s emergency response handbook for small group leaders (pp. 46-59). Loveland, CO: Group.

Flanagan, K. M., & Flanagan, K. S. (2006). Addiction: Offering love and support to those who are trying to quit. In R. Wieman (Ed.), Group’s emergency response handbook for small group leaders (pp. 60-73). Loveland, CO: Group.

Flanagan, K. M., & Flanagan, K. S. (2006). Financial crisis: Overcoming the insecurities of money trouble. In R. Wieman (Ed.), Group’s emergency response handbook for small group leaders (pp. 87-99). Loveland, CO: Group.

Flanagan, K. M., Flanagan, K. S., & Simmons, C. (2006). Unemployment: Supporting a friend through the emotional roller coaster. In R. Wieman (Ed.), Group’s emergency response handbook for small group leaders (pp. 100-111). Loveland, CO: Group.

Kelly is a licensed clinical psychologist and co-founder of Artisan Clinical Associates in Naperville, IL. He is also a writer and blogs regularly about the redemption of our personal, relational, and communal lives. Kelly is married, has three children, and enjoys learning from them how to be a kid again. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • Eric brown

    Dr. Flanagan,
    Is your book on Financial crisis available on line to read? If not, how can I get a copy? Thanks.
    Eric Brown

    • Dr. Kelly Flanagan

      Hi Eric, Yes, it’s available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions, at the address below. Although, I’d caution you, the book focuses on providing practical help for church small group leaders dealing with a range of issues amongst their group members. The financial crisis portion is one chapter of about thirteen pages in length. I hope it is helpful, nonetheless!

      Group’s Emergency Response Handbook for Small Group Leaders

  • Shamala

    Dear Dr Flanagan,
    I am Shamala and I’m a sub-editor for a newspaper
    in Malaysia. I’m an ardent follower of your blog, Untangled and I have
    to say your postings often make me think and appreciate my marriage and
    kids (my life, basically) more.
    The Daddy’s letter to his girl is
    definitely one of my favourite postings which I know had been re-published in
    Reader’s Digest magazine.
    For your information, I write opinion
    pieces on parenting (I’m a mother-of-two). While I may not be a
    parenting expert, I share my insights and thoughts with readers.
    Currently, I’m working on an article on parental jealousy and I’d love
    to know your take on it. My 10-month-old son is very attached to my
    husband. While I’m ok with it, I’d be lying if I say it doesn’t hurt my
    ego and
    feelings when he obviously thinks his dad is the fun parent.
    I wonder what is your opinion on this matter and how one can address this particular jealousy. Hope to hear from you soon.