Other important publications
King, R., & Heinonen, T., Uwabor, M., & Adeleye-Olusae, A. (2016). The psychosocial well-being of African refugees in Winnipeg: Critical stressors and coping strategies. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 13(1), 1-21.
Heinonen, T. (2016). Response art using collage, drawing and narrative with graduate social work students. Resilience, recovery and art therapy. Ontario, ON: Canadian Art Therapy Association Conference book.
Heinonen, T. & King, R. (2016). Bringing home, home: Place-making and therapeutic landscaping through cultural rituals and practices among African refugees in Winnipeg. Canadian Diversity, 13(1), 22-24.
Blum, E., Braiden, R., Heinonen, T. & Madariaga-Vignudo, L. (2016, in press). Service delivery considerations in dealing with honour-based violence. Canadian Ethnic Studies.
Pomrenke, M., & Heinonen, T. (2015). Strangers across two cultures: Chinese children and their adoptive
Canadian parents. In M. Baffoe, L. Asimeng-Boahene, L., & B. Ogbuagu (Eds.). Settlers in transition: Pathways and roadblocks to settlement and citizenship of newcomers in new homelands. Ronkonkoma, NY: Linus Learning.
Shooshtari, S., Harvey, C.D.H., Ferguson, E. & Heinonen, T, & Khan, S. (2014). Effects of remittance behaviour on the lives of recent immigrants to Canada from the Philippines: A population-based longitudinal study. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 35(1), 95-105.