Therapy Publications and Books

Published Works

Peer-Reviewed Journal
International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work (2016):
Divorcing the Voice of Fear: A Collaborative, Narrative Approach to Anxiety by Evalie Horner and Patrick Davey Tully

TherapyDen (2018):
Working with LGBTQ and Hard-of-Hearing Clients from the Perspective of a Hard-of-Hearing and Gay Therapist

Interviews: – Authority Magazine
Understanding Ourselves Leads to Accepting Imperfections
by Bianca Rodriguez
Published: Thursday, July 4th, 2019

Quoted in:

HuffPost Life
How To Deal With The Anger You Feel Over People Ignoring COVID-19
by Kelsey Borresen
Published: Monday, January 25th, 2021

6 Ways to Channel Your Anger When You’re IN IT
by Brittany Wong
Published: Friday, February 21st, 2020

Why We Love to Binge on Stressful Shows Like Chernobyl and Black Mirror
by Daniel Bukszpan
Published: Friday, June 21st, 2019

HuffPost Life
What to Talk About in Therapy When You Don’t Have Anything Specific to Say
by Brittany Wong
Published: Monday, September 9th, 2019

The Saturday Evening Post
Contrariwise: Agenda Bias – Does Having a Morning Routine Make You a Better Person?
by Nicholas Gilmore
Published: Thursday, March 7th, 2019

Modern Ads and Impact on Mental Health
by Tina Arnoldi, MA, LPC
Published: Friday, January 18, 2019

TONIC – Vice
I Asked a Therapist Why I Prefer Long-Distance Relationships
by Suzannah Weiss
Published: Thursday, January 17, 2019

Tinder – Swipe Life
Being Friends with Exes
by Suzannah Weiss
Published: Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Re-Published in Patrick Tully’s Blog with all authors cited.
Formerly at:

Should I See A Therapist? 10 Questions To Determine If Therapy Is Right For You
by Laura Lifshitz
Published: Wednesday, January 16th, 2019


  • Tully, P. D., and Johnson, P. (2003). Doug Honig: American civil liberties union. Seattle works for rights. Seattle, WA: SAAS, p. 156.
  • Tully, P. D., Savitt, M. E., Stiefel, J. R., Wright, C. E., and Yager, J. C. E. (2001). Army nurse, Mary Jones. Seattle goes to war. Seattle, WA: SAAS, pp. 124-128. Part of the American Oral History Project, Library of Congress.