Lee,C., & Tan,P. (2016). Q&A: EMDR or imagery rescripting for adult survivors of childhood abuse? (Paper being prepared for Journal of EMDR Practice & Research).
Langan-Fox, J., & Tan, P. (2007). Images of a culture in transition: personal constructs of organisational stability and change. In Anderson, N., & Havermans, L., (Eds). Sage’s major works: Fundamentals in human resource management: Retrospect & Prospect. London: Sage.
Tan, P. (2004). Leaving the rat race to get a life. Wright Books/John Wiley.
Tan, P. (2001). Work-family conflict. Psychotherapy in Australia, 7(4), 58-64.
Tan, P. (2001). The work matrix (co-editor for special issue). Psychotherapy in Australia, 7(4).
Tan, P. (1998). Keep the money. I want my soul back! Psychotherapy in Australia, 5(1), 8-14.
Langan-Fox, J., & Tan, P. (1997). Images of a culture in transition: personal constructs of organisational stability and change. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 70, 273-293.
Various book reviews, (2000-2014) Psychotherapy in Australia.
Regular column, Best Books,(2004-2009) Psychotherapy in Australia. Interviews with leading international psychotherapy figures about books that influenced their way of working. Includes Professor Andrew Samuels(Jungian psychotherapy), Dr Louis Cozolino (Neuropsychotherapy), Dr David & Jill Scharf (Object relations), Dr Maggie Phillips (Hypnosis), Dr Jeffrey Zeig (Hypnosis), Dr Ernesto Spinelli (Existential psychotherapy) and Dr Scott Miller (Psychotherapy effectiveness).