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READINGS IN THE ARTS THERAPIES

Alker, G. (2015). A feminist rethinking of drama therapy: The role of audience and aesthetics in Cancer As Change Maker. Drama Therapy Review, 1(2), 187-199.

 

Awais, Y. J., & Yali, A. M. (2015). Efforts in increasing racial and ethnic diversity in the field of art therapy. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 33(3), 112-119. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2015.1060842

 

Bailey, S. (2016). Dissolving the stigma of disability through drama therapy: A case study of an integrated classroom approach to addressing stigmatization by pre-professional health care students. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 65-78.

 

Beauregard, M., Stone, R., Trytan, N., & Sajnani, N. (2016). Drama therapists’ attitudes and actions regarding LGBTQI and gender nonconforming communities. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 41-63.

 

Beauregard, M., Stone, R., Trytan, N., & Sajnani, N. (2017). Systemic barriers in mental health care for LGBTQI and gender nonconforming drama therapists and clients. Drama Therapy Review, 3(2), 285-312.

Chang, M. H. (2016). “Dance/Movement Therapists of Color in the ADTA: The First 50 Years,” American Journal of Dance Therapy, 38: 268–278.

 

Chang, M.H. (2016).  “Cultural Consciousness and the Global Context of Dance/Movement Therapy,” in S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower, (2nd Ed.) The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy: Life is Dance. New York: Routledge.

Coseo, A. (1997). Developing cultural awareness for creative arts therapists. The Arts in Psychotherapy 24(2), 145-157.

Daccache, Z. (2017)  The unheard stories of those forgotten behind bars in Lebanon. In S. Pendzik, R. Emunah, & D. R. Johnson (Eds.), The Self in Performance (pp. 227-240). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Dokter, D. (2001). Intercultural dramatherapy practice: A research history. Dramatherapy, 22(3), 3-8.

 

Joseph, C. (1974). Art therapy and the third world. Conference proceedings from the firfth annual conventon of the American Art Therapy Association. 

 

Hadley, S. & Thomas, N. (2018) Critical Humanism in Music Therapy: Imagining the Possibilities, Music Therapy Perspectives.

Hadley, S. & Norris, M. (2016). Musical Multicultural Competency in Music Therapy: The First Step. Music Therapy Perspectives, 34(2), 129-137.

Hadley, S. (2014). Shifting Frames: Are We Really Embracing Diversities? Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, Vol. 14(3).

Hadley, S. (2013). Dominant Narratives, Complicity, and the Need for Vigilance. Arts in Psychotherapy, 40(4). Special Issue on Gender, Health, and the Creative Arts Therapies.

Hadley, S. (2013). Experiencing Race as a Music Therapist: Personal Narratives. Barcelona Publishers.

 

Hadley, S. & Yancy, G. (2011). Therapeutic Uses of Rap and Hip Hop. New York: Routledge.

 

Hadley, S. (2006). Feminist Perspectives in Music Therapy. Barcelona Publishers.

 

Hiscox, A. & Calisch, A. (1998). Tapestry of cultural issues in art therapy. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Hodermarska, M. (2013). Autism as performance. Dramatherapy, 35(1), 64-76.

 

Landers, F. (2002). Dismantling violent forms of masculinity through developmental transformations. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 29, 19–29.

 

Landers, F. (2012). Urban Play: Imaginatively responsible behavior as an alternative to neoliberalism. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39(3), 201-205.

 

Lee Soon, R. (2016). Nohona i Waena i nā Mo’olelo/Living between the stories: Contextualizing drama therapy within an indigenous Hawaiian epistemology. Drama Therapy Review, 2(2), 257-271.

 

Makanya, S. (2014). The missing links: A South African perspective on the theories of health in drama therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 41(3), 302-306.

 

Mayor, C. (2010). Contact zones: The ethics of playing with “the Other”. Poiesis: A Journal of the Arts and Communication, 12, 82–90.

 

Mayor, C. (2012). Playing with race: A theoretical framework and approach for creative arts therapists [special issue: Social Justice]. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39, 214-219.

 

Mayor, C. & Dotto, S. (2014). De-Railing history: Trauma stories off the track. In Sajnani, N., & Johnson, D.R. (Eds.). Trauma-informed drama therapy: Transforming clinics, classrooms, and communities. IL: Charles C. Thomas, 306-328.

 

Powell, A. (2016). Embodied multicultural assessment: An interdisciplinary training model [special issue: Social Justice]. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 111-122.

 

Reinstein, M. (2002). When I am an old woman... Using dramatherapy as a treatment for depression with functional elderly people. Dramatherapy, 24(2), 10-15.

 

Reisman, M. D. (2016). Drama therapy to empower patients with schizophrenia: Is justice possible? The Arts in Psychotherapy, 50, 91-100.

 

Rousseau, C., Benoit, M., Gauthier, M., Lacroix, L., Alain, N., Rojas, M. V., et al. (2007). Classroom drama therapy program for immigrant and refugee adolescents: A pilot study. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 12(3), 451–465.

 

Rousseau, C., Gauthier, M., Lacroix, L., Alain, N., Benoit, M., Moran, A., et al. (2005). Playing with identities and transforming shared realities: Drama therapy workshops for adolescent immigrants and refugees. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 32, 13–27.

 

Sajnani, N. (2009a). Mind the gap: Facilitating transformative witnessing amongst audiences. In P. Jones (Ed.), Drama as therapy: Theatre as living. London, England: Routledge.

 

Sajnani, N. (2009b). Theatre of the Oppressed: Drama therapy as cultural dialogue. In R. Emunah, & D. R. Johnson (Eds.), Current approaches in drama therapy. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas.

 

Sajnani, N. (2011). Coming into presence: Discovering the ethics and aesthetics of performing oral histories in the Montreal life stories project, Alt. Theatre: Cultural Diversity and the Stage, 9 (1), 40-49.

 

Sajnani, N. (2012). The implicated witness: Towards a relational aesthetic in dramatherapy. Dramatherapy, 34(1), 6-21.

Sajnani, N. (2012). Response/ability: Imagining a critical race feminist paradigm for the creative arts therapies [special issue: Social Justice]. The Arts In Psychotherapy, 39, 186-191.

 

Sajnani, N. (2013). The body politic: The relevance of an intersectional framework for therapeutic performance research in drama therapy. The Arts In Psychotherapy, 40, 382-385.

 

Sajnani, N., & Johnson, D. R. (2014). Trauma-informed drama therapy: Transforming clinics, classrooms, and communities. Charles C Thomas Publisher.

 

Sajnani, N. (2016). A critical aesthetic paradigm in drama therapy: Aesthetic distance, action, and meaning making in the service of diversity and social justice. In Jennings S. & Holmwood C. (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Dramatherapy (pp.145-160). London, UK: Routledge.

 

Sajnani, N. (2016). Borderlands: Diversity and social justice in drama therapy [special issue: Social Justice]. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 3-9.

 

Sajnani, N. and Nadeau, D. (2006). Creating safer spaces for immigrant women of color: Performing the politics of possibility. Canadian Woman Studies Journal/Les cahiers de la femme, 25 (1-2), 45-53.

 

Sajnani, N., Tomczyk, P., Bleuer, J., Dokter, D., Carr, M., & Bilodeau, S. (2016). Guidelines on cultural response/ability in training, research, practice, supervision, advocacy and organizational change [special issue: Social Justice]. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 141-149.

 

Savage, M. D. (2016). Listening to the voices of young women adopted from foster care through Personal Public Service Announcements. Drama Therapy Review, 2(2), 195-209.

 

Talwar, S. (2018). Art therapy for social justice: Radical intersections. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Talwar, S. (2017). Law, ethics, and cultural competence in art therapy.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 34 (3).

 

Talwar, S. (2016). Is there a need to redefine art therapy? Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 33(3), 116-118.

 

Talwar, S. (2015). Culture, diversity and identity: From margins to center. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 32(3), 100-103.

 

Talwar, S. (2015).  Creating Alternative Public Spaces: Community-Based Art Practice, Critical Consciouness and Social Justice. In David Gussak and Marcia Rosal’s The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Art Therapy. Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

  

Talwar, S. (2010). An intersectional framework for race, class, gender, and sexuality in art therapy. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 27,(1) 11-17.

 

Talwar, S. (2007). Accessing traumatic memory through art making: An art therapy trauma protocol (ATTP).  Arts in Psychotherapy, 34 (1) 22-35.

 

Talwar, S. (2006). Commentaries, Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 23 (1) 4.

                     

Talwar, S., Iyer, J. & Doby-Copeland, C. (2004). The invisible veil: Changing paradigms in the art therapy profession – Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 21(1) 44-48.

 

Talwar, S. (2002). Decolonisation:  Third world women and conflicts in feminist perspectives and art therapy.  In Susan Hogan Gender Issues in Art Therapy (pp. 185-193). London, England: Gender Issues in Art Therapy.

                                                                       

Zappa, A. (2017). Beyond erasure: The ethics of art therapy research with trans and gender independent people. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 34(3), 129-134.

 

Orkibi, H., Bar, N., & Eliakim, I. (2014). The effect of drama-based group therapy on aspects of mental illness stigma. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 41(5), 458-466.

 

Pendzik, S. (2016). Dramatherapy and the feminist tradition. In Jennings S. & Holmwood C. (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Dramatherapy (pp.306-316). London, UK: Routledge.

 

Volkas, A. (2009), ‘Healing the wounds of history: Drama therapy in collective trauma and intercultural conflict resolution’, in D. R. Johnson and R. Emunah (eds), Current approaches in drama therapy, 2nd ed., Springfield:Charles C. Thomas, pp. 145–71.

 

Volkas, A. (2014), ‘Drama therapy in the repair of collective trauma’, in N. Sajnani and D. R. Johnson (eds), Trauma-informed drama therapy: Transforming clinics, classrooms, and communities, Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, pp. 41–67.

 

Williams, B. M. (2016). Minding our own biases: Using drama therapeutic tools to identify and challenge assumptions, biases and stereotypes [special issue: Social Justice]. Drama Therapy Review, 2(1), 9-23.

SUPPLEMENTAL READINGS

Anzaldúa, G. E. (1987). Borderlands: La Frontera (Ch. 1to5 & 7). San Francisco, CA: Aunt Luke Books.

 

Berne, P. (2016). The basis of movement in our people: A disability justice premier.

 

Buckley, T.R. & Foldy, E.G. (2010). A pedagogical model for increasing race-related multicultural counseling competency. The Counseling Psychologist 38(5), 691-713. doi: 10.1177/0011000009360917

 

Teju Cole The White Savior Industrial Complex - Teju (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

 

DiAngelo, R. (2011). White fragility. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3 (3), 54-70. (Links to an external site.)

 

Fanon, F. (1967). Black skin White masks. New York, NY: Grove Press.

 

Freire, P. (1998). Pedagogy of freedom: Ethics, democracy, and civic courage. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

 

Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Seabury Press.

 

Hall, K. Q. (Ed. 2011). Feminist disability studies. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

 

hooks, b, (1994), Teaching to transgress: Education as the practice of freedom. New York: Routledge,

 

Giroux, H.A. (2014). Neoliberalism's war on higher education. Chicago, Illinois: Haymarket Books.

Giroux, H. (1988). Schooling and the struggle for public life: Critical pedagogy in the modern age. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

 

Giroux, H. (1994). Disturbing pleasures: Learning popular culture. New York: Routledge.

 

Giroux, H. (1997). Pedagogy and the politics of hope: Theory, culture, and schooling. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

Gutiérrez y Muhs, G., Niemann, Y. F., González, C. G., & Harris, A. P. (2012). Presumed incompetent: The intersections of race and class for women in academia. Boulder, CO: The University Press of Colorado.

 

Muñoz, J. (1999). Disidentifications: Queers of color and the performance of politics (p. 1-34). Minneapolis: MA, University of Minnesota Press.

 

Nadal, K.L. (2017). “Let’s get in formation”: On becoming a psychologist-activist in the 21st Century. American Psychologist 72(9). 935-946. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/amp0000212

 

Rankine, C. (2014).  Citizen: An American Lyric.  Minneapolis, MN: Graywolf Press.

 

Richie, B. (2012).  Arrested justice black women, violence, and America's prison nation (Introduction). New York: New York University Press.

 

Shuman, A. (2005).  Other people's stories. Entitlement claims and the critique of empathy (Intro, Ch. 6). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press.

 

Saleebey, D. & Scanlon, E. (2005). Is a critical pedagogy for the profession of social work possible? Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 25:3-4, 1-18, doi: 10.1300/J067v25n03_01