Caring Together : A guide for parents, foster parents and adoptive parents of children who are in care – by Mary-Jo Land.

Adopt4Life Snack and Chat episode: The Honeymoon Period

The Resilience Guide : Strategies for Responding to Trauma in Refugee Children by CMAS Canada.

Building peace capacity through stories for children and youth in Afghanistan, with Seddiq Weera, Chapter 29, Global Briefs. September 2019.

When Your Child is Physically Aggressive: Building Relationships While Maintaining Safety in the Home by Mary-Jo Land, R. P. and Sue Badeau.

Come Play with Me by Mary-Jo Land, R.P.

The Peaceful Childhoods series aims to provide educators, physicians, and parents with information and resources to better enable them to prevent violence against children and foster peaceable environments for child development throughout all areas of children’s lives.

Journey of Peace, co-author, 16 stories used as part of the peace and reconciliation curriculum in Afghanistan, 2003- on-going, published by Help the Afghan Children in Dari and Pashtu. Web publication in English.

Journey of Peace Teachers’ Manual, co-author, published by Help the Afghan Children, March 2007, in Dari and Pashtu. Web publication in English.

Creating Children’s Stories for Global Peace, Play for Life, Journal of the International and UK Societies of Play and Creative Arts Therapies, Winter, 2005, 14-18

Editor 2006- 2010: CONNECTIONS, quarterly newsletter for ATTACh and editor of Foreign Attaché column.

The Afghanistan Children’s Peace Project in Mobile Justice, Committee for Communication with the Government, Christian Reformed Church, August 2008.

Developing the Alliance (and much more) in The Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Casebook, ed. Dr. Art Becker-Weidman, 2011, Aronson

Hope for Healing: A parent’s guide to trauma and attachment, ATTACh, Contributor, 2011


2020 ATTACh Virtual International Conference: Professionals information flyer, It’s for Parents and Families Too! Informational Flyer and Schedule at a Glance

How to Help Your Clients Understand Their Window of Tolerance by the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine.

How Trauma can Impact 4 Types of Memory by the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine.

Adoptive parents want to earn their kids’ trust. But they need more time. by Sarah Treleaven at MacLeans.

Time to Attach Final Report  Western University partners on the Time to Attach team surveyed close to 1,000 adoptive parents and caregivers across Canada about their parental leave needs as they transitioned a child or youth into their home. This is the first survey of its kind in Canada and it reveals the unique challenges adoptive, kin and customary care families face during the first year and beyond.

What Is Executive Function? And How Does It Relate to Child Development? by the Center on the Developing Child – Harvard University.

Dear Adoption, I Don’t Want to be Spoken For, I Want to be Listened to giving voice to those most affected by adoption: adoptees.