Roncaglia, I. (In Press). A Brief Report: A Rehabilitation Journey in a Professional Elite Ballet Dancer. Sport & Exercise Psychology Review, Vol. xx, pp. xx. 

Roncaglia, I. ( 2023). “A Single Case Study Implementing  a 12- session Rehabilitation  Journey: Lessons Learned From ‘Curtain Down’ to ‘Curtain Up'”. Psychological Thought, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 425-436. 

Roncaglia, I. (2023) Transitions: The Changing Seasons of Life: How do we navigate change as life’s real constant?, BPS, London & Home Counties Branch Newsletter, Issue June 2023.

Drugas, M., Roncaglia, I., Stoyanova, S., Rothman, I. (2023). Wellbeing and work motivation brought by technological changes, coping and adaptations during and post COVID-19 pandemic: Barriers and opportunities. E-book: ISSN 1664-8714 ISBN 978-2-83251-801-4. DOI 10.3389/978-2-83251-801-4

Roncaglia, I. (2022) ‘Careers Transitions in Professional Dancers: How to Flourish and Thrive Post-Covid-19 Times’ PsychReg Journal of Psychology, Vol. 6, Issue 4, On-line peer reviewed Open Access at:

Roncaglia, I. (2022) ‘Dancers’ centred approach to performance psychology support and flourishing in an international ballet company: A retrospective practitioner’s evaluation’ ICPCE Conference 29-30 October. Accessed here: 

Roncaglia, I. (2022) ‘Careers transitions in professional dancers: How to flourish and thrive post-COVID-19 times’ICPCE Conference 29-30 October. Accessed here: 

Roncaglia, I. (2022) One size does not fit all – A transdisciplinary rehab program for adhesive capsulitis: Single-case study, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, Volume 33, January 2023, Pages 150-153. 

Roncaglia, I. (2022) ‘Transitions Experiences in Autistic Individuals: Challenges and Opportunities from a Practitioner Perspective‘ In Gainsborough J. (Eds.) Educational Psychology Perspectives on Supporting Young Autistic People. (1st Ed pp. 167-174). Jessica Kingsley Publisher, London and Philadelphia

Roncaglia, I.  (2022) The 31st International Virtual Conference IADMS in Denver: A Review. The British psychological society London Home Counties Newsletter, January, Accessed at: Here

Roncaglia, I. (2021). The BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP) Virtual Conference Review: Professors Jonathan Smith, Ann Phoenix and Liz Stokoe. July, 16. Online Conference. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 32, Autumn Issue p.31-33.

Roncaglia, I. (2021). The Covid-19 Pandemic: Revisiting and Reflecting on our Well-Being. Psychiatria Danubina, 2021; Vol. 33, Suppl. 10, pp Sxxx-455
Medicina Academica Mostariensia, 2021; Vol. 9, No. 1, pp 51-64,
On-line Peer Reviewed Open-Access Journal.

Roncaglia, I. (2019) ‘Transdisciplinary Embedded Approaches: Single-Case Design through the Lenses of a Well-being Model PERMA’ Poster Presentation Autism Congress Nice, 13-15 September.

Roncaglia, I. (2019) ‘Managing Behaviour of Concern: Psychological Perspective in Understanding behaviour Patterns & Responses’ European Project , Progetto Autismo, ENAP, 9-11 July.

Roncaglia, I. (2019) ‘Dealing with behaviour of concern in the classroom’ Autism Show Birmingham, 21-23 June.

Roncaglia, I. (2017) ‘ Mental Health in Dance: Self-Care and Health-Care’ Panel discussion One Dance UK International Conference, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London UK (26 November).

Roncaglia. I. (2017) ‘Resilience/Mental Agility: Preparation for the Profession’ Presentation One Dance UK International Conference, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, UK (26 Nov 2017).

Roncaglia, I. (2016) ‘Promoting Well Being in Achieving Success’ Presentation to NAS Professional Group, 9 March.

Roncaglia, I. (2015) ‘Careers in Psychology’ Presentations to Regent’s College, 9 February 2015.

Roncaglia, I. (2016) ‘The Role of Stress and Arousal in Performance Psychology: Wellness and Well Being of Elite Performers‘ Workshop for English National Ballet School, February 2016.

Roncaglia, I. (2016) ‘Optimal Performance: What Can We Learn from Sport & Exercise Psychology’ Studio III Newsletter Q3.

Roncaglia, I (2013) Transitions: Perilous Passages or New Challenges?’ Presentation at the ASIGEP Autism Special Interest Group, 9 July.

Roncaglia, I. (2013) Transition Experiences: Perilous Passages or New Challenges? Theoretical & Practical Understanding of Transitions for People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Psychological Thought, Vol.6 (1), 53–61, doi:10.5964/psyct.v6i1.62, On-Line Journal Open Access.

Roncaglia, I. (2012) ‘Working With Individuals on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Training and
Support for Staff Practitioners’ Psychological Thought, 2012, Vol. 5 (1), 60–68, doi:10.5964/psyct.v5i1.16 On-Line Journal at:

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Presentation of SRE at the NAS Further Education Unit-Woodlands, November 23, 2011.

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Project Presentation on ‘SIB Project: A Pilot Remote Consultancy Project with Youngsters with ASDs and Self-Injurious Behaviour’ Academic Network at the NAS, 11th November 2011.

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Paper Presentation on ‘Nurturing a Successful Retirement Transition In Ballet Dancers’ Regent’s College, School of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 16th November 2011.

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Paper Presentation on ‘Nurturing Successful Retirement in Ballet Dancers’ Birkbeck, University of London, at the School of Social Science, History and Philosophy, June 2011.

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Presentation ‘The Impact of Drama on Young People on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, NAS Academic Network, March 2011.

Roncaglia, I. (2011) Reviewed articles in peer-reviewed journals, International Journal for Educational & Vocational Guidance.

Roncaglia, I. (2009) ‘SRE with young people on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder’ Good Autism Practice, Vol. 2, pp. 76-79.

Roncaglia, I. (2010) ‘Conference Report: 3rd International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport & Exercise – Communicating Experiences’ Event Review, Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, Issue 9, May 2010, pp 36-40

Roncaglia, I. (2009) Book Review ‘Sex & Relationship Education with People with Learning Difficulties’ Kingsley Publishers.

Roncaglia, I. (2008) ‘The Ballet Dancing Profession: A Career Transition Model’ Australian Journal of Career Development, Vol. 17, (1), 50-59.

Nurturing a Successful Retirement

Roncaglia, I. (2009) ‘Nurturing a Successful Retirement in Ballet Dancers’ Paper presentation at International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sp&Ex Psychology, London, 12 June 2009.

Roncaglia, I. (2007) ‘Qualitative Approaches: The process of Choices’ QMiP Newsletter (Issue 3) May 2007.

Roncaglia, I. (2006). Review ‘Qualitative Psychology’ in J.A. Smith (2003), Newsletter QMiP, Issue. 4 .

Roncaglia, I. (2006) Book Reviews ‘Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods’ by Jonathan Smith (Ed.) London: Sage Publications (2003).

Roncaglia, I. (2006) ‘Retirement as a Career Transition in Ballet Dancers’. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance. Vol. 6, 181-193.

Roncaglia, I. (2005) ‘The Retirement Transition in Ballet Dancers: A multi-element model’ Paper will be presented at the 20th Annual Conference of PsyPAG, Exeter, July 2005.

Roncaglia, I. (2004) ‘The Retirement Process: A Developmental Phase in the Life Course of Ballet Dancers’ Paper presented at the BPS Consciousness & Experiential Section Annual Conference- ‘Science, Self & Meaning’ September, 2004.

Roncaglia, I. (2004) ‘Conference Report: The BPS Annual Conference 2004′ PsyPAG Quarterly (Issue51) June 2004.

Roncaglia, Irina (2004, April). Conference Report: The BPS Annual Conference 2004 [25 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 5(2), Art. 17.

Roncaglia, I. (2004) ‘IADMS- 13th Annual Meeting, Laban Centre’ PsyPAG Quarterly, Issue 43, Feb.2004.

Roncaglia, I. (2004) ‘The Only Thing that does not change is that everything changes’ PsyPAG Quarterly Issue 43, Feb. 2004.

Roncaglia, I. (2003) ‘The Problem is sharing and Understanding’ Psych-Talk Issue 42, Dec 2003

Roncaglia, I. (2003) ‘Retirement Transitions: Be or Let it Be’ Psych-Talk, Issue 40, Oct 2003

Roncaglia, I. (2003) ‘Qualitative Approaches: The Dance of Researcher & Participant’ Psych-Talk, Issue 39.

Roncaglia, I. (2003) ‘Conference Report: Analysing Interviews: Making Sense of Oral History (7 Paragraphs). Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum’. Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal] 5 (1)

Roncaglia, I. (2002) ‘Impact of Retirement in Ballet Dancers’ Paper presented at the Research Postgraduate Workshop, University of London, Birkbeck.

Roncaglia, I. (2001) ‘The Meaning of Retirement in Ballet Dancers and how this might affect their Self-Identity’ Paper presented at the BPS Century Conference, Glasgow, 2001.

Roncaglia, I. (2000) ‘Eat for Your Feet’ Paper presented at the BPS Annual Conference in Winchester, 2000