ART THERAPY LITERATURE

ART THERAPY FOR HIV & AIDS ISSUES

AIDS and Art/PhotoTherapy
    
Bryant, W.D.  (1989).  An investigation of the effects of art therapy on an acute AIDS unit.  Unpublished Masters Thesis; School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Bussard, A. & Kleinman, S.  (1991).  Art therapy with AIDS patients.  In H.B. Landgarten & D. Lubbers (Eds.):  Adult art psychotherapy (pp.244-273).  New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Estes, D.  (1990).  Adaptation to AIDS and other serious illnesses.  Paper presented at the Conference of National Coalition of Art Therapy Associations, Washington, DC: November 1.

Fenster, G. M.  (1989).  Art therapy with HIV positive patients:  Mourning, restitution, and meaning.  Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the American Art Therapy Association, Nov. 18, San Francisco.

Howie, P.  (1989).  Art therapy with HIV seropositive patients: Issues for the therapist.  Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the American Art Therapy Association, November 18, San Francisco.

Jansen, Tatjana (1995) Art therapy with terminally ill individuals: A look at opposing theoretical frameworks. The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, 9 (1),pp. 13-24.

Probus, L. (1988).  The psychosocial consequences of AIDS.  Master's Dissertation. Department of Expressive Therapy. University of Louisville, April.

Probus, L. (1989).  Using art therapy in counseling the psychosocial issues of the AIDS patient.  Conference Proceedings.  American Art Therapy Association, San Francisco, 77.

Rosner, I.  (1982).  Art therapy in a medical setting (Summary).  Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the American Art Therapy Association, November, 17-21.

Rosner-David, I., & Sageman, S. (1987).  Psychological aspects of AIDS as seen in art therapy.  American Journal of Art Therapy, 26:1, 3-10.

Tate, F. B.  (1989).  Symbols in the graphic art of the dying.  Arts in Psychotherapy, 16:2, 115-120.

JWeiser@istar.ca Weiser, J.  (1998).  Taking the Medicine Wheel to the street Educating and counseling Aboriginal street youth about HIV/AIDS.  In: Rowe, B. and Ryan, B. (Eds.), Social work and HIV The Canadian experience, (pp. 160-182).  New York:  Oxford Press.


Weiser, J.  (1996a).  HIV/AIDS psychotherapy What psychologists need to understand.  The Canadian Health Psychologist, 4:1, 18-23.

Weiser, J.  (1996b) Psychosocial consequences of living with HIV/AIDS Or, "What I learned from my clients and friends".  The Social Worker, 64:4, Winter, 18-33.

BE A FRIEND: Children Who Live with HIV Speak by Wiener/Best/Pizzo, published by Albert Whitman & Company ISBN: 0-8075-0590-0. It features art creations by children suffering with HIV &/or AIDS.

Woods, M. (1990) Art Therapy in One Session: Working with People with AIDS. Inscape, Winter 1990.






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