2017: Sue Roffey: Positive relationships at work, in Lindsey Oades, Michael Steger, Antonella Della Fave & Jonathan Passmore (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of The Psychology of Positivity and Strengths-Based Approaches at Work. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.

2017: Sue Roffey:  ‘Ordinary magic’ needs ordinary magicians: The power and practice of positive relationships for building youth resilience and wellbeing, in Kognition & Pædagogik 103 (Spring 2017) – Danish version can be found here: http://dpf.dk/produkt/tidsskrift/kognition-paedagogik-nr-103

2017: Sue Roffey: Learning Healthy Relationships, in Carmel Proctor (Ed), Positive Psychology Interventions in Practice, Dordrecht: Springer.

2017: Sue Roffey: ‘Young people’s wellbeing within schools: Student voice and agency‘, in Julia Hardy & Charmian Hobbs (Eds.), Using qualitative research to hear the voice of children and young people: The work of British educational psychologists (pp. 83-93). Leicester: British Psychological Society

2016: Brenda Dobia & Sue Roffey: Respect for Culture – Social and Emotional Learning with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth – chapter to be published in Martin, Frydenberg and Collie (eds) Social and Emotional Learning in Australia and the Asia-Pacific

2016: Sue Roffey: ‘Behaviour‘: Chapter 13 of A guide to early years and primary teaching, edited by Dominic Wyse and Sue Rogers: the download here is an earlier draft that contains the References that were unintentionally omitted from the published copy: Ch 13 Behaviour Draft submission

2016: Sue Roffey: Building a case for whole-child, whole-school wellbeing in challenging contexts, in Educational and Child Psychology 33 (2)

2016: Anne Greig, Tommy MacKay, Sue Roffey & Antony Williams: Guest editorial: The Changing Context for Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools in Educational and Child Psychology 33 (2)

2016: Sue Roffey: Circle Solutions og understøttet læring, i Kristensen, René & Szulevicz, Thomas (red): Understøttende undervisning og læringsmiljøer. Forlaget Dafolo

2015: Sue Roffey: Becoming an agent of change for school and student wellbeing, in Educational and Child Psychology 32 (1)

2014: ‘Growing Great Kids’ and ‘Learning to Live Together’ in Helen Street & Neil Porter (eds.) Better Than OK: Helping Young People to Flourish at School and Beyond, Fremantle Press

2014: Education & Child Psychology, 31(1), Empowering Young People: Editorial: by Anne Greig, Charmian Hobbs and Sue Roffey

2014: Aboriginal Girls Circle: enhancing connectedness and promoting resilience for Aboriginal girls: Final Pilot Report. Prepared by Brenda Dobia, Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews, Roberto Parada, Virginia O’Rourke, Shirley Gilbert, Annie Daley and Sue Roffey

2014: Volume 6 of the Complete Handbook of Wellbeing, on Policies and Interventions for Wellbeing (Edited by Felicia Huppert and Cary Cooper): Sue co-authored a chapter with Professor Jacqueline Barnes on ‘Community change- the complex nature of interventions to promote positive connections‘.

2013: Sue Roffey and Florence McCarthy: Circle Solutions: a philosophy and pedagogy for learning positive relationships. What promotes and inhibits sustainable outcomes? in International Journal of Emotional Education 5(1): 36-55

2013 Sue Roffey: Inclusive and exclusive belonging – the impact on individual and community well-being, in Educational and Child Psychology 30 (1)

2012 Sue Roffey: Pupil wellbeing – Teacher wellbeing: Two sides of the same coin? in Educational and Child Psychology 29 (4)

2011 Sue Roffey: Enhancing Connectedness in Australian Children & Young People in Asian Journal of Counselling, 18 (1 & 2) 15-39. Reprinted here with permission from AJC.

2010 ‘Classroom support for including students with challenging behaviour’ in Richard Rose (ed.) Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion, London: David Fulton

2010 Content and context for learning about relationships: A cohesive framework for individual and whole school development in Educational and Child Psychology 27 (1)
Sue co-edited this special issue on In-school Relationships and their Outcomes.  You can download all 12 articles from the Wellbeing Australia site here.

2009 Robyn Hromek and Sue Roffey: Games as a pedagogy for social and emotional learning. ‘Its fun and we learn things’ Simulation and Gaming 40 (5) 626 – 644

2008 Noble, T., McGrath, H., Roffey, S. & Rowling, L. A Scoping Study on Student Wellbeing Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations (DEEWR), Australian Commonwealth Government

2008 Emotional literacy and the ecology of school wellbeing in Educational and Child Psychology 25 (2) 29-39
Sue co-edited this special issue on Psychological Wellbeing.

2007 Transformation and emotional literacy: The role of school leaders in developing a caring communityLeading and Managing Vol 13.1. pp 16 – 30

2005 Article written with Michelle Nemec on Emotional literacy and whole school change. Australian Association for Research in Education.

2005 Respect in practice: the challenge of emotional literacy in education. Peer reviewed paper for the Australian Association for Research in Education. Full text available from AARE site.

2004 The home-school interface for behaviour: A conceptual framework for co-constructing reality Article in Educational and Child Psychology 21:4 95-108 April 2004 Action in the Aftermath Article in the British Psychological Society Division of Educational and Child Psychology Newsletter.

March 2000 Roffey, S. “Addressing Bullying: Organisational Factors from Policy to Practice” in Educational and Child Psychology Vol. 17 No. 1

1997 Roffey, Tarrant and Majors “Friends, who needs them? What do we know and what can we do?” in Educational and Child Psychology: “The Social World of the Child”.