Bacigalupe, G. (2014, October 28). Chronic pain calls for compassionate listening. Patient Engagement Tip of the Month, Association for Patient Experience E-Newsletter

Bacigalupe, G., & Baumblatt, G. (2014, September 30). Asking questions, not just giving information: Shared decision making is relational. Patient Engagement Tip of the Month, Association for Patient Experience E-Newsletter.

Bacigalupe, G. (2014, May). New initiatives and the extraordinary in the usual. AFTA Update, Spring, 1.

Bacigalupe, G., & Plocha, A. (2014). How does a gluten free diet and a celiac diagnosis impact families? Barriers and successful strategies. The Healthy Villi Magazine, Spring, 30-31.

Bacigalupe, G. (2013, Fall). Priorities, collaboration, and being out there. Afta Update, Fall, 1.

Bacigalupe, G. (2012). Adding not the same as including: Making family research relevant for all. The Family Psychologist 28(1).

Bacigalupe, G. (2011). Adherencia a una dieta libre de gluten entre familias con un menor con enfermedad celiaca. Estrategias para el éxito o el fracaso. [Gluten free diet among familie with a child diagnosed with celiac disease: Success failure  strategies.] Grano de Mazorca: Bolentin Informativo Nº2, 3-4.

Bacigalupe, G. (2011). A review of the Immigrant Task Force  Draft Report. The Family Psychologist, 27 (3), 11-12.

Bacigalupe, G. (2011). Families, emergent technologies, and adolescence. The Family Psychologist, 27(2), 11-13.

Bacigalupe, G. (2011). Social media as untapped potential: A task for us allAfta Update, April, 8.

Bacigalupe, G. (2010). Post-disaster efforts and foreign trauma psychology expertise. Reflections after the Chile’s earthquake. APA Division 56 Trauma Psychology Newsletter, 5(10), 8-10.

Bacigalupe, G. (2010). What can Lorenzo’s Oil teach us about social media? The AFTA Update, Spring, 1-2.

Bacigalupe, G. (2010). VP for Public Interest and Diversity. Bulletin of the Society for Family Psychology: The Family Psychology, 26(1), 11

Bacigalupe, G. (2009). The Drummer, The Reader, and Revolutionary RoadThe continuous search for what really matters. The AFTA Update, Fall.

Fraenkel, P. & Bacigalupe, G. (2009). Community Practice and Programs: The Heart and Soul of Effective CollaborationsThe AFTA Update, Fall.

Bacigalupe, G., & Komack, L.J. (2006, Fall). The gluten-free way: Diet adherence. The Healthy Villi Newsletter, 4-6.

Bacigalupe. G. (2006). A family therapist consulting in complex settings: Part II: Family-Based Practice Models.  The Extended Family: MAMFT Newsletter, 2, 3-4.

Bacigalupe, G. & Roberts, J. (Eds.) (2005). Immigrant families and immigration in the post 9/11 era. AFTA Resource Package. Washington, DC. American Family Therapy Academy.

Bacigalupe, G. (2005). The state of integration in family systems theory PlenaryAFTA Newsletter, 91, 14-17.

Bacigalupe. G. (2005). A family therapy consulting in complex settings: Part IThe Extended Family: MAMFT Newsletter, 1, 3.

Bacigalupe, G. (2004, Fall). The Food Allergen Labeling & Consumer Protection Act: A terrific success for the celiac community. The Healthy Villi Newsletter, 5-6.

Bacigalupe, G. (2003).  Discussing findings with peers and stakeholders. QSR Insight:The QSR Newsletter, 21, 4, 11

Bacigalupe, G. (2002).  Dialogical conversations and animating democracy in the U.S. AFTA Newsletter, 86, 19-22

Bacigalupe, G. (2001, Fall).  Latino family therapists here and there. Terapeutas familiares Latinos aquí y allá.  AFTA Newsletter, 83, 28-30

Bacigalupe, G. (2001, June).  A couple of consulting tools. In Larger Systems Committee (Ed.), Starter kit for larger systems practitioners (p. 37).  Washington DC: AFTA.

Bacigalupe, G. (2001 Winter/Spring). Who writes about supervision? A brief reflection. Supervision Bulletin, 7.

Bacigalupe, G. (2001, Winter). Access to health care for Latinos in Massachusetts: Findings and policy implications. The Mauricio Gastón Institute Report, 4-5, 7.

Bacigalupe, G. (1999, Fall). The Men in Therapy Clinical Plenary: A commentary. AFTA Newsletter, 77, 15-17.

Bacigalupe, G. (1998, Winter). Bridges, children, & the war in Bosnia: A conversation with Senija Tahirovic & Vahida Salinovic-Bjedic. AFTA Newsletter, 73, 20-22.

Bacigalupe, G. (1996-97, Winter). Learning from consulting abroad: Being in, out, and connected. Y que viva el cliente! AFTA Newsletter, 23-25.

Bacigalupe, G. (1996, Summer). State terrorism and the invisibility of family violence. AFTA Newsletter, 64, 41-42.

Bacigalupe, G. (1993, Spring). Liability issues for clinicians and managed care entities. The Extended Family: MAMFT Newsletter, 3-5.

Bacigalupe, G. (1989, Fall). Political violence and Chilean families: From the inside and the outside. AFTA Newsletter, 37, 33-35.