S. Covington with S. Kubiak and C. Hillier. “Trauma-Informed Corrections.” In Springer, D. & Roberts, A. (editors). Social Work in Juvenile and Criminal Justice System, 4th edition. Springfield, IL; Charles C. Thomas, 2017.
S. Covington with S. Krammer, Y. Linder, M. Peper and D. Klecha. "Trauma and mental health in respect of detained women in Switzerland." (September 2015). Swiss Journal of Criminology, ISSN 1660-2501. Bern, Switzerland.
S. Covington. "Beyond Violence: Women in Prison Find Meaning, Hope, and Healing." (Fall 2015). Trauma Matters. Connecticut Women’s Consortium and the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services in support of the Connecticut Trauma Initiative
S. Covington. “Becoming Trauma Informed: A Core Element in Women’s Treatment.” (August 2015). Counselor Magazine. Deerfield Beach, Florida.
B. Bloom. Meeting the Needs of Women in California’s County Justice Systems: A Toolkit for Policymakers and Practitioners. Californians for Safety and Justice. May 2015.
S. Covington. "Creating gender-responsive and trauma-informed services for women in the justice system.” Magistrate, October/November 2014, Volume 70, Number 5, Pgs 2-3. The Magistrates' Association: London, United Kingdom.
S. Covington. “Chapter IV: Understanding and Applying Gender Differences in Recovery.” Dawn Drug Alcohol Woman Network: Promoting a Gender-Responsive Approach to Drug Addiction (a Collection of Good Practices). Turin, Italy: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), in press.
B. Bloom and B. Owen. Women's Community Justice Reform Blueprint: A Gender-Responsive, Family-Focused Approach to Integrating Criminal and Community Justice. San Francisco, CA: City and County of San Francisco, Adult Probation Department and Sheriff's Department. 2013.
S. Covington. “Curricula to Support Trauma-Informed Practice with Women.” In N. Poole, & L. Greaves (eds). Becoming Trauma Informed. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), 2012. (Attached is chapter “Curricula to Support Trauma Informed” PDF).
S. Covington. “Women and Addiction: A Trauma-Informed Approach.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, SARC Supplement 5, November 2008, 377-385.
S. Covington, C. Burke, S. Keaton, and C. Norcott. “Evaluation of a Trauma-Informed and Gender-Responsive Intervention for Women in Drug Treatment.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Supplement 5, November 2008, 387-398.
With Bloom. “Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Women Offenders.” In R. Gido and L. Dalley eds, Women’s Mental Health Issues Across the Criminal Justice System. Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall, 2008.
S. Covington. “The Relational Theory of Women’s Psychological Development: Implications for the Criminal Justice System." In Ruth T. Zaplin, ed., Female Offenders: Critical Perspectives and Effective Interventions, 2nd Edition. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2007.
S. Covington. “Women and the Criminal Justice System.” Editor’s commentary. Women’s Health Issues, 17(4), 2007.
S. Covington. “Working with Substance Abusing Mothers: A Trauma-Informed, Gender-Responsive Approach.” The Source. 17 (1), 2007, 1-6.
With B. Bloom. “Gender Responsive Treatment Services in Correctional Settings.” In E. Leeder, ed., Inside and Out: Women, Prison, and Therapy. Haworth Press, 2006. Also published as Women and Therapy, Vol. 29, Nos. 3/4.
With B. Bloom and B. Owen. “A Summary of Research, Practice, and Guiding Principles for Women Offenders. The Gender-Responsive Strategies Project: Approach and Findings.” National Institute of Corrections Bulletin, 2005.
B. Bloom and S. Covington. "Creating Gender-Responsive Services in Correctional Settings: Context and Considerations." Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, November 2004.
S. Covington. "A Woman's Journey Home: Challenges for Female Offenders."
In J. Travis and M. Waul, eds., Prisoners Once Removed. Washington, DC.: The Urban Institute, 2003.
S. Covington and B. Bloom. "Gendered Justice: Women in the Criminal Justice System."
In B. Bloom, ed., Gendered Justice: Addressing Female Offenders. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2003.
B. Bloom, B. Owen, and S. Covington. “Gender Responsive Strategies: Research, Practice and Guiding Principles for Women Offenders.” National Institute of Corrections, 2003. (www.nicic.org/Library/018017)
S. Covington. "Helping Women Recover: Creating Gender-Responsive Treatment."
In L. Straussner and S. Brown, eds., Handbook of Women's Addictions Treatment. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002.
B. Bloom, B. Owen, and S. Covington. “A Theoretical Basis for Gender-Responsive Strategies in Criminal Justice.” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, November 2002.
B. Bloom and S. Covington. “Effective Gender-Responsive Interventions in Juvenile Justice: Addressing the Lives of Delinquent Girls.” Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Ga., November 2001.
S. Covington and J. Surrey. "The Relational Model of Women's Psychological Development: Implications for Substance Abuse." Work in Progress, no. 91. Wellesley, Mass.: Stone Center, Working Paper Series, 2000. Also published in Sharon and Richard Wilsnack, eds., Gender and Alcohol: Individual and Social Perspectives. Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies. 1997, 335-351.
S. Covington. “Helping Women Recover: A Comprehensive Integrated Treatment Model.” Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 18(3)(2000): 99-111.
S. Covington. “Helping Women Recover: Creating Gender-Specific Treatment for Substance-Abusing Women and Girls in Community Corrections." In M. McMahon, ed., Assessment to Assistance: Programs for Women in Community Corrections. Latham, Md.: American Correctional Association, 2000, 171-233.
S. Covington and B. Bloom. “Gendered Justice: Programming for Women in Corrections Settings.” Paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, Calif., November 2000.
S. Covington and B. Bloom. “Gender-Responsive Programming and Evaluation for Women in the Criminal Justice System: A Shift from What Works? to What is the Work?” Paper presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 1999.
B. Bloom and S. Covington. “Gender-Specific Programming for Female Offenders: What Is It and Why Is It Important?” Paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998.
S. Covington. “The Relational Theory of Women's Psychological Development: Implications for the Criminal Justice System." Paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C., November 1998.
S. Covington. “Women in Prison: Approaches in the Treatment of Our Most Invisible Population." Haworth Press, Women and Therapy Journal 21(1)(1998): 141-155.
S. Covington. “Women, Addiction and Sexuality.” In L. Straussner and E. Zelvin, Eds. Gender Issues in Addiction: Men and Women in Treatment, Jason Aronson. 1997.