Manley, R. Attachment, trauma, and the therapeutic relationship. BC Psychologist, Summer, 10-12.
Manley, R., and DeJong, C. A therapeutic approach to working with trauma and dysregulation: The example of eating disorders and substance use disorders. Insights into Clinical Counselling, December, 27-29, 31, 33.
Manley, R.S. Eating disorders in children and adolescents: Information for those living with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Third Edition. April. Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre.
Manley, R. The cognitive-behavioural approach to treating individuals with eating disorders. Visions Journal, 6(1), 18-19
Manley, R.S., O’Brien, K.M., & Samuels, S. Fitness instructors’ recognition of eating disorders and attendant ethical/liability issues. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 16(2), March-April, 103-116.
Freedman, G., Leichner, P., Manley, R., Sandhu, P.S., and Wang, T.C. Understanding anorexia nervosa through analysis of thematic content of letters in an adolescent sample. European Eating Disorders Review, 14(5), 301-307.
Manley, R.S., & Roles, P. What works? Family therapy for adolescents with anorexia nervosa. Visions Journal, 3, 17-18.
Manley, R.S., & Standish, K. Should adolescents with eating disorders be allowed to exercise? The Renfrew Perspective, Winter, 17-20. [Copyrighted by The Renfrew Center]
Leichner, P., & Manley, R.S. Suicidal preoccupations among youth with eating disorders. Visions Journal, 2(7), 11, 14.
Manley, R.S., Jones, S., & Stoilen, K. What to say and how to say it: Connecting with the eating disordered adolescent at the initial consultation. BC Medical Journal, 47(1), January/February, 35-40.
Manley, R.S. & Becker, E. No, I can’t be your …”: Boundary issues for health care professionals. BC Medical Journal, 47(1), January/February, 41-43.
Manley, R.S. and Leichner, P. Anguish and despair in adolescents with eating disorders. Crisis, 24 (1): 32-36.
Manley, R.S., Smye, V., and Srikameswaran, S. Addressing complex ethical issues in the treatment of children and adolescents with eating disorders: Application of a framework for ethical decision-making. Invited Article. European Eating Disorders Review, 9, 144-166.
Manley, R.S., Rickson, H., and Standeven, B. Children and adolescents with eating disorders: Strategies for teachers and school counselors. Intervention in School and Clinic, 35(4), 228-231.
Manley, R.S. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa in Children and Adolescents: Information for Those Living with an Eating Disorder. British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital Educational Pamphlet, November. See 2010 edition above.
Pinzon, J.L. and Manley, R.S. Eating disorders among children and adolescents: The role of the primary-care physician and the BC’s Children’s Hospital Program. B.C. Medical Journal, 1998, 40(1), 23-25.
Manley, R.S., Rickson, H., and Standeven, B. Children and adolescents with eating disorders: Strategies for teachers and school counsellors. In “Awareness of Chronic Health Conditions: What the Teacher Needs to Know,” B.C. Ministry of Education, Skills & Training, 1998.
Manley, R.S., and Needham, L. An anti-bulimia group for adolescent girls. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 5 (1), 19-33.
Tonkin, R. and Manley, R.S. Anabolic steroid use: Treating body-image disturbances. B.C. Medical Journal, 32 (7), July, 292 – 294.
Manley, R.S. Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: Psychological features, assessment, and treatment. B.C. Medical Journal, 31(3), March, 151-154.