- Music, G (2017) NHS MENTAL HEALTH STAFF: SECURELY ATTACHED OR UNDER ATTACK? BACP Healthcare Journal
Swanepoel, A., Music, G., Launer, J. and Reiss, M., (in press.) How evolution can help us understand ADHD. BJPsych Advances.
Music, G. (2016) Angels and devils: sadism and violence in children. Journal of Child Psychotherapy. 42 (3), 302–317.
Music, Graham (2016), Adaptation: A Contemporary View, Revisiting Crichton-Miller’s 1925 Paper. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 92: 128–133.
Music, G (2016) 'Attached to Attachment? Attachment Theory, Therapy, and Future Directions' - Attachment New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis Journal 9(3).
- Swanepole, A., D.F. Sieff, G.Music, J.Launder, M.Reiss. and B. Wren (2016) How evolution can help us understand child development and behaviour. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment
- Music, G. 2015 Psychoanalysis, Altruism, Neoliberalism and Emotional Poverty New Associations, issue 18, pp. 4-5
- Music, G. 2015. Bringing Up the Bodies: Psyche–Soma, Body Awareness and Feeling At Ease. British Journal of Psychotherapy 31(1), pp. 4–19.
- Music, G. 2015. The Warm Blooded Infant Beneath the Salamander’s Skin: The Complexity of Challenging Bullies While Reaching Out to the Hidden Vulnerable Child. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 25(1), pp. 29–34.
- Music, G. (2014) Top down and bottom up: trauma, executive functioning, emotional-regulation, the brain and child psychotherapy. Journal of Child Psychotherapy. 40 (1), 3–19.
- Music, G. 2014. The buzz trap: Speeded-up lives, distractedness, impulsiveness and decreasing empathy. Psychodynamic Practice 20(3), pp. 228–249
- Music, G. 2013 Stress pre-birth: How the Fetus is Affected by a Mother’s State of Mind. International Journal of Birth & Parent Education. 1 (1), 12–15.
- Music, G. 2013 Innately proscial: Altruism is inborn but can be sidelined. Counselling Children and Young People
- Music, G., 2012. Selfless genes, altruism and trauma: research and clinical implications. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 28(2), pp.154–171.
- Music, G., 2012. Fragile Foetuses. Counselling Children and Young People, (1), pp.2–7.
- Music, G., 2011. Trauma, helpfulness and selfishness: the effect of abuse and neglect on altruistic, moral and pro-social capacities. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 37(2), pp.113-128.
- Music, G., 2011. Misdiagnosed and Misunderstood (abused and neglected children). Counselling Children and Young People. (2) pp 2-6
- Music, G., 2010. Struggling with cultural prejudice while observing babies: Egocentric and sociocentric Positions. International Journal of Infant Observation, 13(2), 189-208.
- Music, G., 2010. When Life Has been Sucked Out: Working with Neglected Children. Counselling Children and Young People, (1).
- Music, G., 2009. Containing not Blaming: Therapeutic Work in Schools. Therapy Today, 20(6), 20-24.
- Music, G., 2009. Neglecting neglect: some thoughts about children who have lacked good input, and are ‘undrawn’and ‘unenjoyed’. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 35(2), 142-156
- Music, G., 2009. What has psychoanalysis got to do with happiness? Reclaiming the positive in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 25(4), 435-455.
- Music, G., 2008. From scapegoating to thinking and finding a home: delivering therapeutic work in schools. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 34(1), 43-61.
- Music, G. & Hall, B., 2007. Learning our lessons: some issues arising from delivering mental health services in school settings. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 21(1), 1-19.
- Music, G., 2005. Surfacing the depths: thoughts on imitation, resonance and growth. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 31(1), 72-90
- Music, G., 2004. A mole leaves his hole. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 18(3), 285-304.
- Music, G., 2004. The old one-two. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 30(1), 21-37