ART THERAPY LITERATURE



ART THERAPY FOR BEREAVEMENT ISSUES

Bertman, Sandra (1991),Facing Death: Images, Insights and Interventions.

Bertoia, Judi, (1993) Drawings from a Dying Child: Insights into Death from a Jungian Perspective.


Cocuzza-Zambelli, G. (1981) The use of art therapy with children in the bereavement process. In A. Evans, E. Kramer & I. Rosner (eds), Art Therapy: A Bridge between Worlds. Falls Church, VA: American Art Therapy Association.


Councill, T. (1993) . Art Therapy with Pediatric Cancer Patients: Helping Normal Children Cope with Abnormal Circumstances. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10(2), 78-87.


Crowl, M. (1980). The basic process of art therapy as demonstrated by efforts to ally a child's fear of surgery. American Journal of Art Therapy, 19, 49-51.


Hodder. P. and Turnley, A. (Eds.) (1989) The Creative Option of Palliatiave Care, Melbourne: Melbourne City Mission Press.


Junge, M. (1985) . The book about Daddy dying. A preventive art therapy technique to help families deal with the death of a family member. Art Therapy, 2, 410.


Kasper, Dianne, (1991) Connections Through Art. The Queensaldn Nurses Mar/April pp22-23.


Eaton Heegaard, M. (1988) Facilitator Guide for : When Someone Very Special Dies (by an art therapist), Woodland Press, 99 Woodland Circle, Minneapolis, MN 55424.


McIntyre (1988) Art Therapy in Hospice and Care. Caring September.


Miller, Bruce (1989) Art Therapy with the elderly & the terminally ill IN Tessa Dalley (Ed) Art As Therapy Tavistock/Rouledge London & NewYork.


Irwin, Harvey J. (1991) The Depiction of loss: Uses of Cleint's Drawings in Bereavement Counselling, Death Studies, Vol. 15, pp481-497.


Orton, M. (1994) A case study of an adolescent mother grieving the death of her child due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, American Journal of Art therapy, Vol. 33 (2), pp. 37-44.


Pacholski, R. (1988) Death Themes in Visual Arts: Resources and Research Opportunities For Death Educators. Death Studies 10:59-74.


Prager, A. (1993) . The Art Therapist Is Role in Working with Hospitalized Children. American Journal of Art Therapy, 32 (1), 211.


Segal, R. (1984), December). Helping children express grief through symbolic communication. Social Casework: The Journal of Contem.porary Social Work, 65, 590-599.


Shore, A. (1989) . Themes of Loss in the Pictorial Language of a Nursing Home. The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, 4, 16-32.


Simon, R. (1981) Bereavement Art, American Journal of Art therapy, Vol. 20, pp.135-143.


Tate, F.B. (1989) Symbols in the Graphic Art of the Dying. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 16:115-120.


Zambelli, G.C., Johns Clark, E. , Barile L. & Jong A.F. (1988). An interdisciplinary approach to clinical intervention for childhood bereavement (subject: death of a parent / use of art therapy) Death Studies, Vol. 12, pp. 41-50.


Zambelli, E. I E.J. Clark & M. Heegaard. (1989) - Art Therapy for Bereaved Children. In H. Wadeson, J. Durkin, & D. Perach (eds) , Advances in Art Therapy. New York: John Wiley & Sons.


Zambelli, G.C., Johns Clark, E. , & Jong Hodgson, A. F. (1994) The Constructive use of Ghost Imagery in Childhood Grief The Arts In Psychotherapy, Vol. 21 No. 1, pp.17-24.



Here are some recommended books and articles on Art Therapy. Please note that some of the books listed are meant as historical references to show the roots of art therapy as a profession. Thus you are advised to read each book with a critical eye. Art Therapy has come out of two main schools of thought, (psychoanalysis and art education) and has since branched out. Just as there are many forms of strictly verbal psychotherapies, so too are there many theoretical orientations in Art Therapy.





This list is by no means inclusive. If you know of any related books or articles which you have found helpful please let me know!




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