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Bibliography

Use this list to find references for books and non-research articles related to arts in healthcare, organized according to the categories on the right. 

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Arts and sport: Policy Action Team 10. A report to the Social Exclusion Unit (1999). London: Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Arts Council England: Ambitions for the arts 2003–06 (2003b). London: Arts Council England. www.artscouncil.org.uk

Arts Council England: Corporate plan 2003–06 (2003a). London: Arts Council England. www.artscouncil.org.uk

Bjjiani, F. (Ed.). (1993). Creative research in arts medicine. Chicago: A capella.

Chambers. (2000). 21st Century Dictionary, Robinson, M., Davidson, G. (eds). Edinburgh: Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd.

Cruze, P. (1998). Healing cast in a new light: The therapy of artistic creation. Journal of the American Medical Association, 279 (5), 402.

Decter, B. (1995). The art of healing. Interview by Vivian Carmichael. California Hospitals, 9 (2), 13.

Duhl, L., & Drake, J. (1995). The healing power of art. Volunteer Leader, 36 (2), 14.

Gorman, A. (2006), Aging Artfully: 12 Profiles of Visual and Performing Women Artists 85-105, PAL Publishing, Berkeley, and Young, G., "Still Kicking, 6 women artists 90 years and older," a DVD.

Graham-Pole, J. (2001). The marriage of art and science in health care. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 74 (1), 21-27.

Graham-Pole, J. (2000). Illness and the art of creative self-expression. New Harbinger Publications, Inc.: Oakland, CA.

Kaye, C., & Blee, T. (Eds.). (1997). The arts in health care: A palette of possibilities. London and Bristol: Jessica Kingsley.

Lane, M. T., & Graham-Pole, J. (1994). The power of creativity in healing: A practice model demonstrating the links between the creative arts and the art of nursing. NLN Publications, June (142611), 203-222.

Montello, L. (1992). Arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 33-34.

Palmer, J., & Nash, F. (1991). The hospital arts movement. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (1), 34-38.

Pratt, R., & Tokuda, Y. (Eds.). (1997). Arts medicine. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Samuels, M., & Lane, M.R. (1998). Creative healing. San Francisco: Harper.

Sandblom, P. (1997). Creativity and disease. New York, London: Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd.

Social Exclusion: a response to Policy Action Team 10 from the Arts Council of England (2000). Unpublished: Arts Council of England.

Winkler, M. G., "Medicine and the Arts," Academic Medicine, 70(9) 822-823, 1955.

Young-Mason, J. (2000). The art of healing and the healing power of art. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 14 (4), 196-197.

Accessibility

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Elliott, B. (1982). Guide to the seletion of musical instruments with respect to physical ability and disability. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Klahr, M., & Oskam, B. (1988). To open a door: Conducting poetry workshops for populations with special needs. New York: Poets in Public Service, Inc.

Rollins, J. (1990). Very Special Arts for children in hospitals (Curriculum for arts in medical education). Washington, DC: Very Special Arts.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

Administration

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Culture & Community

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

History

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Policy

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Research & Evaluation

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Spirituality

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Architecture

Friedrich, M. (1999). The arts of healing. Journal of the American Medical Association, 281 (19), 1779-1781.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marberry, S. (Ed.). (1995). Innovations in healthcare design. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Mazer, S., & Smith, D. (1995). The power of space. Child Health Design, 9, 13-15.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Olds, A., & Daniel, P. (1987). Child health care facilities. Washington, DC: Association for the Care of Children's Health.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients' medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Shepley, M., & Davies, K. (1996). AIDS/HIV Nursing unit design (Interactive presentation). In J. Nasar and B. Borown (Eds.), Public and private places: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Salt Lake City, UT (p. 246). Edmond, OK: EDRA.

Shepley, M., Fournier, M., & Ward, K. (1998). Healthcare environments for children and their families. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Siegel, B. (1995). A healing hospital environment. Child Health Design, 9, 17.

Stanley, K. (1995). Healing environments in the age of technology. Child Health Design, 9, 16-17.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Effects of health facility interior design on wellness: Theory and recent scientific research. Journal of Health Care Design, 3, 97-109.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Wellness by design: Psychologically supportive patient surroundings. Group Practice Journal, 40 (4), 10-19.

Ulrich, R. (1992). How design impacts wellness. Healthcare Forum Journal, September/October, 20-25.

Ulrich, R. S. (1984). View through a window may influence recovery from surgery. Science, 224, 420-421.

Ulrich, R., Simons, R., Losito, B., Fiorito, E., Miles, M., & Zelson, M. (1991). Stress recovery during exposure to natural and urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 11, 201-230.

Ulrich, R.S., R.F. Simons& M.A. Mile, "Effects of Environmental Simulations and Television on Blood Donors Stress." Journal of Architecture and Planning Research 20, no. 1, (spring 2003) pages 38-47

Zeisel, John. Inquiry by Design: Environment / Behavior / Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning, W.W. Norton, New York, 2006

Curatorial

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Dix, A. (1995). Art in healthcare: Does NHS art make you sick? Health Services Journal, 105 (5477), 22-25.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

James, A., Palmer, J., Parmalee, C., Lippin, R., & Colloton, J. (1993). Painting collections in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 4-6.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Graphic/Multimedia

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (in press) Computer-supported distance art therapy: A focus on traumatic illness. In H. Resnick (Ed.), Innovations in technology and social work: Practice and education. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a telehealth problem. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 16 (4), 186-193.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Dix, A. (1995). Art in healthcare: Does NHS art make you sick? Health Services Journal, 105 (5477), 22-25.

Drescher, J. (1994). Healing Design: Murals for healing environments. Healing Healthcare Network Newsletter, 5 (2), 10-11.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Interior

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Dix, A. (1995). Art in healthcare: Does NHS art make you sick? Health Services Journal, 105 (5477), 22-25.

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Drescher, J. (1994). Healing Design: Murals for healing environments. Healing Healthcare Network Newsletter, 5 (2), 10-11.

Duncan, J. (2003). ‘The effect of colour and design in hydrotherapy: designing for care’, in Kirklin, D., Richardson, R. (eds). The Healing Environment. Royal College of Physicians. 81-100.

Friedrich, M. (1999). The arts of healing. Journal of the American Medical Association, 281 (19), 1779-1781.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

James, A., Palmer, J., Parmalee, C., Lippin, R., & Colloton, J. (1993). Painting collections in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 4-6.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marberry, S. (Ed.). (1995). Innovations in healthcare design. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Mazer, S., & Smith, D. (1995). The power of space. Child Health Design, 9, 13-15.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Olds, A., & Daniel, P. (1987). Child health care facilities. Washington, DC: Association for the Care of Children's Health.

Pinto, C. (1996). Going natural by design. Annual design awards show facilities are emphasizing integration of the indoors with the outdoors. Modern Healthcare, 26 (45), 39-42; 44-45; 48-52.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients' medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Shepley, M., & Davies, K. (1996). AIDS/HIV Nursing unit design (Interactive presentation). In J. Nasar and B. Borown (Eds.), Public and private places: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Salt Lake City, UT (p. 246). Edmond, OK: EDRA.

Shepley, M., Fournier, M., & Ward, K. (1998). Healthcare environments for children and their families. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Siegel, B. (1995). A healing hospital environment. Child Health Design, 9, 17.

Stanley, K. (1995). Healing environments in the age of technology. Child Health Design, 9, 16-17.

Staricoff, R., Loppert, S. (2003). ‘Integrating the arts into healthcare: can we affect clinical outcomes?’, in Kirklin, D., Richardson, R. (eds). The Healing Environment: Without and Within. Royal College of Physicians. 63-80.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Effects of health facility interior design on wellness: Theory and recent scientific research. Journal of Health Care Design, 3, 97-109.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Effects of health facility interior design on wellness: Theory and recent scientific research. Journal of Health Care Design, 3, 97-109.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Wellness by design: Psychologically supportive patient surroundings. Group Practice Journal, 40 (4), 10-19.

Ulrich, R. (1992). How design impacts wellness. Healthcare Forum Journal, September/October, 20-25.

Ulrich, R., Simons, R., Losito, B., Fiorito, E., Miles, M., & Zelson, M. (1991). Stress recovery during exposure to natural and urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 11, 201-230.

Ulrich, R.S., R.F. Simons& M.A. Mile, "Effects of Environmental Simulations and Television on Blood Donors Stress." Journal of Architecture and Planning Research 20, no. 1, (spring 2003) pages 38-47

Zeisel, John. Inquiry by Design: Environment / Behavior / Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning, W.W. Norton, New York, 2006

Landscape/Horticulture

Allison, P., Barnes, M., Burnett, J., Crisp, B., Delaney, T., Kamp, D., Kavanagh, J., Le Frank, D., & Marcus, C. (1998). The anatomy of a healing garden. Journal of Healthcare Design, 10, 101-112.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Fouque, R. (1995). Designing for patients-redeveloping De Bijtjes Hospital. World Hospitals and Health Services, 31 (3), 22-26.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marberry, S. (Ed.). (1995). Innovations in healthcare design. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Marcus, C., & Barnes, M. (Eds.) Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations. New York: John Wiley.

Mazer, S., & Smith, D. (1995). The power of space. Child Health Design, 9, 13-15.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Olds, A. (1995). Nature: The essential healing environment. Child Health Design, 9, 3-5.

Pinto, C. (1996). Going natural by design. Annual design awards show facilities are emphasizing integration of the indoors with the outdoors. Modern Healthcare, 26 (45), 39-42; 44-45; 48-52.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients' medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Shepley, M., Fournier, M., & Ward, K. (1998). Healthcare environments for children and their families. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Siegel, B. (1995). A healing hospital environment. Child Health Design, 9, 17.

Tieman, J., (2001). Healing through nature. Hospitals cultivate medical, financial interest in on-site gardens. Modern Healthcare, 31 (2), 34-35.

Ulrich, R. (1992). How design impacts wellness. Healthcare Forum Journal, September/October, 20-25.

Ulrich, R. S. (1984). View through a window may influence recovery from surgery. Science, 224, 420-421.

Ulrich, R., Simons, R., Losito, B., Fiorito, E., Miles, M., & Zelson, M. (1991). Stress recovery during exposure to natural and urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 11, 201-230.

Ulrich, R., Simons, R., Losito, B., Fiorito, E., Miles, M., & Zelson, M. (1991). Stress recovery during exposure to natural and urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 11, 201-230.

Zeisel, John. Inquiry by Design: Environment / Behavior / Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning, W.W. Norton, New York, 2006

Grade School

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Bertman, S. (1974). Death education in the face of a taboo. In Grollman, E. (Ed.). Concerning death: A practical guide for the living. Boston: Beacon. 333-361.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Lambert, R., & Lambert, N. (1995). The effects of humor on secretory immunoglobulin A levels in school-aged children. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (1), 16-19.

Rollins, J. (1990). The arts: Helping children cope with hospitalization. NSNA/Imprint, 37 (4), 79-83.

Rollins, J. (1995). Art: Helping children meet the challenges of hospitalisation. InterACTA, 15 (3), 36-41.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

High School

Bertman, S. (1995). Using story, film, and drama to help children cope with death. In Grollman, E. (Ed.). Bereaved children and teens, Boston: Beacon. 215-230.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Kindergarten and Pre-K

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Marley, L. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 21, 126-132.

Rollins, J. (1990). The arts: Helping children cope with hospitalization. NSNA/Imprint, 37 (4), 79-83.

Rollins, J. (1995). Art: Helping children meet the challenges of hospitalisation. InterACTA, 15 (3), 36-41.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

University/College

Bruderle, A.R., Valiga, T.M. (1997). “Teaching nursing the fine arts’, in Using the arts and humanities to teach nursing: a creative approach. New York: Springer. 41-58.

Poetry

Blondin, Betsy Baxter, Ed. (2008) Migraine Expressions: A Creative Journey through Life with Migraine. Word Metro Press, Carlsbad, California.

Bolton, G., Calman, K., & Hughes, T. (1998). The therapeutic potential of creative writing: Writing myself. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Fox, J. (1995). Finding what you didn't lose: Expressing your truth and creativity through poem-making. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.

Fox, J. (1997). Poetic medicine: The healing art of poem making. New York: J.P. Tarcher.

Graham-Pole, J. (1997). Why I write poetry. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 5 (1), 34-39.

Klahr, M., & Oskam, B. (1988). To open a door: Conducting poetry workshops for populations with special needs. New York: Poets in Public Service, Inc.

Lerner, A. (1994). Poetry in the therapeutic experience. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Rojcewicz, S. (1999). Medicine and poetry: The state of the art of poetry therapy. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 4-9.

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Stepanek, J. (1995). A journey towards healing: Coping with grief through poetry. The ACCH Advocate, 2 (1), 22-28.

Writing

Blondin, Betsy Baxter, Ed. (2008) Migraine Expressions: A Creative Journey through Life with Migraine. Word Metro Press, Carlsbad, California.

Bolton, G. (1999). In The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing: Writing Myself. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Bolton, G., Calman, K., & Hughes, T. (1998). The therapeutic potential of creative writing: Writing myself. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Day, A. (2001). The journal as a guide for the healing journey. Nursing Clinics of North America, 36 (1), 131-142.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Past the Smart of Feeling: Images of Grief in Literature, Art, and Pop Culture," in Dying, Death, Bereavement, Corless, I, et al. (Eds.), Jones & Bartlett, Boston, 1944.

Saulny, S. (1996, June 17). Writing and living for tomorrow. The Washington Post, D1-D5.

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Comedy

Adams, H. (1993). Humor: Strong medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 22-23.

Lambert, R., & Lambert, N. (1995). The effects of humor on secretory immunoglobulin A levels in school-aged children. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (1), 16-19.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Dance

Burke, M.A., & Thomas. K. (1997). Use of physio-acoustic therapy to reduce pain during physical therapy for total knee replacement patients over age 55. In T. Wigram and C. Dileo (Eds.), Music Vibration (pp. 99-106). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Elliott, B. (1982). Guide to the seletion of musical instruments with respect to physical ability and disability. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Goodill, S., & Morningstar, D. (1993). The role of dance/movement therapy with medically involved children. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 24-27.

Hanna, J. L. (2006). Dancing for Health: Conquering and preventing Stress. Landorver, MD: AltaMira Press

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Levy, F., Fried, J., & Leventhal, F. (Eds.). Dance and other expressive art therapies: When words are not enough. London: Routledge.

Loughlin, E., & Dalakis, M. (1996). Expressive communication through dance. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 5-7.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Sherborne, V. (1990). Developmental movement for children. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Warren, B., & Coaten, R. (1993). Dance: Developing self-image and self-expression through movement. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Wethered, A. (1993). Movement and drama in therapy: A holistic approach. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Whitehouse, M., Adler, J., Chodorow, J., & Pallaro, P. (Eds.). (1999). Authentic movement. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Drama

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Music

Aldridge, D. (Ed.). Music therapy in palliative care: New voices. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Aldridge, D. (Ed.). Music therapy in palliative care: New voices. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Bailey, L. (1983). The effects of live music versus tape-recorded music on hospitalized cancer patients. Music Therapy, 3, 17-28.

Bailey, L. (1986). Music therapy in pain management. Journal of Pain Symptom Management, 1, 25-28.

Brown, C., Chen, A., & Dworkin, S. (1989). Music in the control of human pain. Music Therapy, 8, 47-60.

Burke, M.A. Walsh, J. Oehler, J., & Gringras, J. (1995). Music therapy following suctioning: Four case studies. Neonatal Network, 14 (7), 41-49.

Burke, M.A., & Thomas. K. (1997). Use of physio-acoustic therapy to reduce pain during physical therapy for total knee replacement patients over age 55. In T. Wigram and C. Dileo (Eds.), Music Vibration (pp. 99-106). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Campbell, D. (2000). Music physician for times to come. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Campbell, D. (Ed.). (1992). Music and miracles. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Chetta, H. (1981). The effect of music and desensitization on preoperative anxiety in children. Journal of Music Therapy, 18, 88-100.

Collins, S., & Kuck, K. (1991). Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. Neonatal Network, 9 (6), 23-26.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Dun, B. (1996). Music therapy in the hospital setting. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 13-14.

Elliott, B. (1982). Guide to the seletion of musical instruments with respect to physical ability and disability. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Goldstein, A. (1980). Thrills in response to music and other stimuli. Physiological Psychology, 8 (1), 126-129.

Grimm, D., & Pefley, P. (1990). Opening doors for the child "inside." Pediatric Nursing, 16 (4), 368-369.

Houghton-Becki, A., Smeltekop, R.A. (2002). ‘Music therapy and psychopharmacology’, in Unkefer, R., Thaut, M.H. (eds). Music therapy in the treatment of adults with mental disorders: Theoretical bases and clinical interventions. St Louis, US: MMB Music, Inc. vii: 262.

Marley, L. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 21, 126-132.

McDonnell, L. (1983). Music therapy: Meeting the psychosocial needs of hospitalized children. Children's Health Care, 12 (1), 29-33.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Micci, N. (1984). The use of music therapy with pediatric patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Art Psychotherapy, 11, 261-266.

Munro, S. (1993). Music therapy in palliative/hospice care. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Munro, S. (1993). Music therapy in palliative/hospice care. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Nolan, P. (1992). Music therapy with bone marrow transplant patients: Reaching beyond the symptoms. In R. Spintge & R. Droh (Eds.), Music/medicine (pp. 209-212). St. Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Petterson, M. (2001). Music for healing: The creative arts program at the Ireland Cancer Center. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 7 (1), 88-89.

Pickering, B., Owens, G., Trotta, J., & Hamberg, P. (2010). Music and Alzheimer’s: Cognitive Behavior Modification Through Music. Northampton, MA: Northampton Community Music Center.

Salas, J. (2007). Do my story, sing my song: Music therapy and Playback Theatre with troubled children. New Paltz, NY: Tusitala Publishing.

Schroeder-Sheker, T. (1993). Music for the dying: A personal account of the new field of music thanatology -- History, theories, and clinical narratives. The Journal of Mind-Body Health, 9 (1), 36-48

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Sprintge, R., & Droh, R. (1991). The International Society for Music in Medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (1), 8-9.

Standley, J. (1986). Music research in medical/dental treatment: Meta-analysis and clinical applications. Journal of Music Therapy, 23, 56-122.

Standley, J. (1992). Clinical applications of music and chemotherapy: The effects on nausea and emesis. Music Therapy Perspectives, 10, 27-35.

Standley, J. (1998). The effect of music and multimodal stimulation on responses of premature infants in neonatal intensive care. Pediatric Nursing, 24 (6), 532-538.

Standley, J., & Moore, R. (1995). Therapeutic effects of music and mother's voice on premature infants. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (6), 509-512; 574.

Steinke, W. (1991). The use of music, relaxation and imagery in the management of postsurgical pain for scoliosis. In C. Maranto (Ed.), Applications of music in medicine (pp. 141-162). Washington, DC: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc.

Walter, H. (1991). Music as a means of healing. In D Campbell (Ed.), Music physician for times to come (pp. 207-216). Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Storytelling

Bentley, T. (1989). Talking pictures. Nursing Times, 85 (31), 58-59.

Coen, J. (1996). The use of fairytales as therapy with traumatised children. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 12-13.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Glendon, K., & Dreyer, L. (1993). Using a personal storybook and Mr. Potato Head toy as a creative approach to individualized teaching. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (1), 49-51.

Graham-Pole, J., Lane, M., Kitakis, M., & Stacpoole, L. (1995). Re-storying lives, restoring selves: The arts and healing. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 4 (1), 20-23.

Heiney, S. (1995). The healing power of story. Oncology Nursing Forum, 22 (6), 899-904.

Hudson, C., Leeper, J., Strickland, M., & Jesse, P. (1987). Storytelling: A measure of anxiety in hospitalized children. Children's Health Care, 16 (2), 118-122.

Kuttner, L. (1988). Favorite stories: A hypnotic pain-reduction technique for children in acute pain. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 30 (4), 289-295.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Neill, C. (1993). Storymaking and storytelling: Weaving the fabric that creates our lives. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 133-160). London: Routledge.

Salas, J. (2007). Do my story, sing my song: Music therapy and Playback Theatre with troubled children. New Paltz, NY: Tusitala Publishing.

Theater

Carol E. Bouzoukis Pediatric Dramatherapy, London: Jessica Kingsley, 2001.

Grainger, R. (1990). Drama and healing. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Homan, S. (1994). The "theatre" in medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 3 (2), 26-29.

Jones, P. (1996). Drama as therapy: Theatre as living. London: Routledge.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Salas, J. (2007). Do my story, sing my song: Music therapy and Playback Theatre with troubled children. New Paltz, NY: Tusitala Publishing.

Warren, B. (1993). Drama: Using the imagination as a stepping-stone for personal growth. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 111-132). London: Routledge.

Welch, W. (1993). Creating community: Ensemble performance using masks, puppets, and theatre. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 161-183). London: Routledge.

Wethered, A. (1993). Movement and drama in therapy: A holistic approach. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Ceramics

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.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Crafts

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Welch, W. (1993). Creating community: Ensemble performance using masks, puppets, and theatre. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 161-183). London: Routledge.

Drawing

Bentley, T. (1989). Talking pictures. Nursing Times, 85 (31), 58-59.

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Pridmore, P., & Lansdown, R. (1997). Exploring children's perceptions of health: Does drawing really break down barriers? Health Education Journal, 56, 219-230.

Rae, W. (1991). Analyzing drawings of children who are physically ill and hospitalized using the ipsative method. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 198-207.

Rollins, J. (2005). Tell me about it: Drawing as a communication tool for children with cancer. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 22(4), 203–221.

Ryan-Wenger, N. (2001). Use of children's drawings for measurement of developmental level and emotional status. Journal of Child and Family Nursing, 4 (2), 139-149.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Spinetta, J., McLaren, H., Fox, R., & Sparta, S. (1981). The kinetic family drawing in childhood cancer: A revised application of an age-independent measure. In J. Spinetta, P. Deasy-Spinetta (Eds.), Living with childhood cancer (pp. 86-120). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby.

Stefanatou, A., & Bowler, D. (1997). Depiction of pain in the self-drawing of children with sickle cell disease. Child: Care, Health and Development, 23 (2), 135-155.

Sturner, R., Rothbaum, F., Visintainer, M., & Wolfer, J. (1980). The effects of stress on children's human figure drawings. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36, 325-331.

Welsh, J. (1991). The use of drawing by children in the pediatric office. In S. Dixon & M. Stein (Eds.), Encounters with children: Pediatric behavior and development (2nd ed.) (pp. 399-408). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book.

Fibers

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.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Welch, W. (1993). Creating community: Ensemble performance using masks, puppets, and theatre. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 161-183). London: Routledge.

Glass

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Metalsmithing

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Mixed Media

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (in press) Computer-supported distance art therapy: A focus on traumatic illness. In H. Resnick (Ed.), Innovations in technology and social work: Practice and education. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a telehealth problem. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 16 (4), 186-193.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Painting

Bach, S. (1966). Spontaneous paintings of severely ill patients. Acta Psychosomatica, 8, 1-66.

Bach, S. (1975). Spontaneous pictures of leukemic children as an expression of the total personality, mind and body. Acta Paedopsychiatica, 41 (3), 86-104.

Bach, S. (1990). Life paints its own span. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

Bentley, T. (1989). Talking pictures. Nursing Times, 85 (31), 58-59.

Cassou, M., & Stewart Cubley, S. (1996). Life, paint and passion: Reclaiming the magic of spontaneous expression. New York: G.P. Putnam?s Sons.

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Furth, G. (1988). The secret world of drawings: Healing through art. Boston: Sigo Press.

Gabriels, R., Wamboldt, M., McCormick, D., Adams, T., & McTaggart, S. (2000). Children's illness drawings and asthma symptom awareness. Journal of Asthma, 37 (7), 565-574.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Ganim, B. (1999). Visual journaling: Going deeper than words. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

James, A., Palmer, J., Parmalee, C., Lippin, R., & Colloton, J. (1993). Painting collections in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 4-6.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (1998). Understanding children's drawings. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Rollins, J. (1990). Childhood cancer: Siblings draw and tell. Pediatric Nursing, 16 (1), 21-27.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Photography

Bentley, T. (1989). Talking pictures. Nursing Times, 85 (31), 58-59.

Blondin, Betsy Baxter, Ed. (2008) Migraine Expressions: A Creative Journey through Life with Migraine. Word Metro Press, Carlsbad, California.

Bradley, M.M., Lang, P.J. (1999). The international affective picture system: digitalized photographs. Gainesville, FL, USA: The Center for Research in Psychophysiology, University of Florida.

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

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.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Printmaking

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Domke, Henry. (2009). Picture of Health - Handbook for Healthcare Art. New Bloomfield, MO: Henry Domke Fine Art.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Sculpture

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.

Ganim, B. (1999). Art and healing: Using expressive art to heal your body, mind and spirit. New York: Three Rivers Press.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Malchiodi, C. (1993). Medical art therapy: Contributions to the field of arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 28-31.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Administration

Breslow, D. (1993). Creative arts for hospitals: The UCLA experiment. Patient Education and Counseling, 21, 101-110.

Cohen, Ruth L. Cohen. (2009). Art With Heart: Assisting the Work of Wellness. AuthorHouse.com/ArtWithHeart.

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a telehealth problem. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 16 (4), 186-193.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Dix, A. (1995). Art in healthcare: Does NHS art make you sick? Health Services Journal, 105 (5477), 22-25.

Drescher, J. (1994). Healing Design: Murals for healing environments. Healing Healthcare Network Newsletter, 5 (2), 10-11.

Fouque, R. (1995). Designing for patients-redeveloping De Bijtjes Hospital. World Hospitals and Health Services, 31 (3), 22-26.

Friedrich, M. (1999). The arts of healing. Journal of the American Medical Association, 281 (19), 1779-1781.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

James, A., Palmer, J., Parmalee, C., Lippin, R., & Colloton, J. (1993). Painting collections in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 4-6.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Malchiodi, C. (1999). Art therapy, arts medicine, and arts in healthcare: A vision for collaboration in the next millennium. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 13-16.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marberry, S. (Ed.). (1995). Innovations in healthcare design. New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Marcus, C., & Barnes, M. (Eds.) Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations. New York: John Wiley.

Mazer, S., & Smith, D. (1995). The power of space. Child Health Design, 9, 13-15.

McLeod, M. (1996). RX: A dose of creativity. High Performance, 19 (4), 16-19.

Miles, M. (1992). Asclepius and the muses: Arts in the hospital environment. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1 (2), 26-29.

Olds, A. (1995). Nature: The essential healing environment. Child Health Design, 9, 3-5.

Olds, A., & Daniel, P. (1987). Child health care facilities. Washington, DC: Association for the Care of Children's Health.

Owen, J. (1999). Arts, health and wellbeing: A third way for health? World Hospitals and Health Services, 35 (2), 3-6.

Palmer, J., & Nash, F. (1991). The hospital arts handbook. Durham, NC: Duke University Medical Center.

Pinto, C. (1996). Going natural by design. Annual design awards show facilities are emphasizing integration of the indoors with the outdoors. Modern Healthcare, 26 (45), 39-42; 44-45; 48-52.

Rubin, H.R., & Owens, A.C. (1996). An investigation to determine whether the built environment affects patients medical outcomes (Report). Pleasant Hill, CA: The Center for Health Design Press.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Shepley, M., & Davies, K. (1996). AIDS/HIV Nursing unit design (Interactive presentation). In J. Nasar and B. Borown (Eds.), Public and private places: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Salt Lake City, UT (p. 246). Edmond, OK: EDRA.

Shepley, M., Fournier, M., & Ward, K. (1998). Healthcare environments for children and their families. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Siegel, B. (1995). A healing hospital environment. Child Health Design, 9, 17.

Stanley, K. (1995). Healing environments in the age of technology. Child Health Design, 9, 16-17.

Tieman, J., (2001). Healing through nature. Hospitals cultivate medical, financial interest in on-site gardens. Modern Healthcare, 31 (2), 34-35.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Effects of health facility interior design on wellness: Theory and recent scientific research. Journal of Health Care Design, 3, 97-109.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Wellness by design: Psychologically supportive patient surroundings. Group Practice Journal, 40 (4), 10-19.

Ulrich, R. (1992). How design impacts wellness. Healthcare Forum Journal, September/October, 20-25.

Ulrich, R.S., R.F. Simons& M.A. Mile, "Effects of Environmental Simulations and Television on Blood Donors Stress." Journal of Architecture and Planning Research 20, no. 1, (spring 2003) pages 38-47

Caring for Caregivers

Davenport, P. J. (Ed.). (2010). Patience: an insider's guide to surviving ill-health. UK: Arthur+Martha CIC in partnership with Apple Pie Editions.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Graham-Pole, J., Lane, M., Kitakis, M., & Stacpoole, L. (1994). Creating an arts program in an academic medical setting. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 3 (2), 17-25.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Kable, L. (Ed.). 2004. Caring for caregivers: A grassroots USA-Japan Initiative. Washington DC: SAH.

Marcus, C., & Barnes, M. (Eds.) Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations. New York: John Wiley.

Moore, J. Bronwen. (2011). Superheroes:Healthcare Workers Walking the Talk. Backalong Books/Northwest Cove Productions.

Nurses Association of Botswana. (2004). Caring for the caregivers. Gaborone: U.S.Embassy.

Rollins, J., & Riccio, L. (2001). Art is the heART: An arts-in-healthcare program for children and families in home and hospice care. Washington, DC: WVSA arts connection.

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Tieman, J., (2001). Healing through nature. Hospitals cultivate medical, financial interest in on-site gardens. Modern Healthcare, 31 (2), 34-35.

Prevention

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Child Life Education

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Chetta, H. (1981). The effect of music and desensitization on preoperative anxiety in children. Journal of Music Therapy, 18, 88-100.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Drescher, J. (2001). Journey in the Moon Balloon. Parenting with Spirit. 4 (3), 29-30.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Glendon, K., & Dreyer, L. (1993). Using a personal storybook and Mr. Potato Head toy as a creative approach to individualized teaching. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (1), 49-51.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Lambert, R., & Lambert, N. (1995). The effects of humor on secretory immunoglobulin A levels in school-aged children. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (1), 16-19.

Loughlin, E., & Dalakis, M. (1996). Expressive communication through dance. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 5-7.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marley, L. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 21, 126-132.

Pridmore, P., & Lansdown, R. (1997). Exploring children's perceptions of health: Does drawing really break down barriers? Health Education Journal, 56, 219-230.

Rae, W. (1991). Analyzing drawings of children who are physically ill and hospitalized using the ipsative method. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 198-207.

Rode, D. (1995). Building bridges within the culture of pediatric medicine. The interface of art therapy and child life programming. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 12 (2), 104-110.

Rollins, J. (1990). Childhood cancer: Siblings draw and tell. Pediatric Nursing, 16 (1), 21-27.

Rollins, J. (1990). The arts: Helping children cope with hospitalization. NSNA/Imprint, 37 (4), 79-83.

Rollins, J. (1995). Art: Helping children meet the challenges of hospitalisation. InterACTA, 15 (3), 36-41.

Rollins, J. (1997, Winter). The artists of Studio G: Making hospitalisation less stressful for children and their families in Washington, DC, USA. Action for Sick Children's Cascade, 8-9.

Rollins, J. (2004). Arts activities for children at bedside. Washington, DC: WVSA arts connection.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

Rollins, J., & Mahan, C. (1996). From artist to artist-in residence: Preparing artists to work in pediatric healthcare settings. Washington DC: Rollins & Associates, Inc.

Rollins, J., & Riccio, L. (2000). Art with heart. Child Art: The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation, 3 (3), 14-15.

Ryan-Wenger, N. (2001). Use of children's drawings for measurement of developmental level and emotional status. Journal of Child and Family Nursing, 4 (2), 139-149.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Shepley, M., Fournier, M., & Ward, K. (1998). Healthcare environments for children and their families. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Sherborne, V. (1990). Developmental movement for children. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Siegel, B. (1995). A healing hospital environment. Child Health Design, 9, 17.

Sommer, D. (1994). Exploring the spirituality of children in the midst of illness and suffering. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (2), 7-12.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Spinetta, J., McLaren, H., Fox, R., & Sparta, S. (1981). The kinetic family drawing in childhood cancer: A revised application of an age-independent measure. In J. Spinetta, P. Deasy-Spinetta (Eds.), Living with childhood cancer (pp. 86-120). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby.

Stanley, K. (1995). Healing environments in the age of technology. Child Health Design, 9, 16-17.

Stefanatou, A., & Bowler, D. (1997). Depiction of pain in the self-drawing of children with sickle cell disease. Child: Care, Health and Development, 23 (2), 135-155.

Sturner, R., Rothbaum, F., Visintainer, M., & Wolfer, J. (1980). The effects of stress on children's human figure drawings. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36, 325-331.

Welsh, J. (1991). The use of drawing by children in the pediatric office. In S. Dixon & M. Stein (Eds.), Encounters with children: Pediatric behavior and development (2nd ed.) (pp. 399-408). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book.

Medical Education

Bailey, S., Bridgman, M., et al., “The Arts and Humanities in Health Care and Education,” Death Studies, 24:365-375, 2000.

Bertman, S. (1991). Facing death: Images, insights and interventions. NY: Taylor & Francis.

Bertman, S. (1997). From the very first patient to the very last: Soul pain, aesthetic distance and the training of physicians. In Death and the quest for meaning, Strack, S. (Ed.). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aranson. (pp. 163-189)

Campbell, D. (2000). Music physician for times to come. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.

Graham-Pole, J., Lane, M., Kitakis, M., & Stacpoole, L. (1994). Creating an arts program in an academic medical setting. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 3 (2), 17-25.

Homan, S. (1994). The "theatre" in medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 3 (2), 26-29.

Malchiodi, C. (1999). Art therapy, arts medicine, and arts in healthcare: A vision for collaboration in the next millennium. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 13-16.

Rollins, J. (1990). Very Special Arts for children in hospitals (Curriculum for arts in medical education). Washington, DC: Very Special Arts.

Rollins, J. (1993). Medical students as facilitators of the arts for children in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 7-13.

Schwind, J. K. & Lindsay, G. M. (Eds.). (2008). From experience to relationships: Reconstructing ourselves in education and healthcare. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing Inc.

The Therapeutic Value of the Arts. (1998). Pulse, The Medical Student Section of JAMA, 279 (5), 398-403.

Addiction

Santora, P., Dowell, M., & Henningfield, J. (2010). Addiction and Art. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Alzheimer's

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Pickering, B., Owens, G., Trotta, J., & Hamberg, P. (2010). Music and Alzheimer’s: Cognitive Behavior Modification Through Music. Northampton, MA: Northampton Community Music Center.

Anesthesiology

Chetta, H. (1981). The effect of music and desensitization on preoperative anxiety in children. Journal of Music Therapy, 18, 88-100.

Arts and Expressive Therapies

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Cardiology

Micci, N. (1984). The use of music therapy with pediatric patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Art Psychotherapy, 11, 261-266.

Gerontology

Bertman, S. (1989). Aging grace: Treatments of the aged in the arts. Death Studies, 13 (6),517-534.

Bertman, S. (2000). “Why the Humanities: Setting the Stage for Dialogue," J. Geriatric Psych 33(2), 2000.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Davenport, P. J. (Ed.). (2010). Patience: an insider's guide to surviving ill-health. UK: Arthur+Martha CIC in partnership with Apple Pie Editions.

Levine Madori, L. (2007). Therapeutic thematic arts programming for older adults: The TTAP method. Baltimore: Health Professions Press, Inc.

Marcus, C., & Barnes, M. (Eds.) Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations. New York: John Wiley.

HIV/AIDS

Bertman, S. (1991). Facing death: Images, insights and interventions. NY: Taylor & Francis.

Bertman, S. (2002). Visual case studies: A practice tool for dialogue about HIV and social services. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services: Research, Practice & Policy, 1(2), 79-86.

Bertman, S. (2003). AIDS in Africa: Blurring the Boundaries Between Life and Art,” The Forum. 29(4), 4-5.

Bertman, S. (2003). Staying present with suffering: Images still and moving. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services: Research, Practice & Policy, 2(2), 65-80.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Shepley, M., & Davies, K. (1996). AIDS/HIV Nursing unit design (Interactive presentation). In J. Nasar and B. Borown (Eds.), Public and private places: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Salt Lake City, UT (p. 246). Edmond, OK: EDRA.

Integrative Medicine

Bach, S. (1975). Spontaneous pictures of leukemic children as an expression of the total personality, mind and body. Acta Paedopsychiatica, 41 (3), 86-104.

Bailey, S. (1997). The arts in spiritual care. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 13 (4), 452-455.

Bailey, S. (1998). Comprehensive spiritual care. In A. Berger (Ed.), Principles and practice of supportive oncology (pp. 717-731). Philadelphia: Lippincottt-Raven Publishers.

Barasch, M. (1993). The healing path: A soul approach to illness. New York: Daimon Verlag.

Benson, H. (1997). Timeless healing: The power and biology of belief. New York: Fireside Book, Simon & Shuster.

Gimbel, T. (1994). Healing with color and light. New York: Simon & Schulster.

Hammerschlag, C., & Silverman, H. (1997). Healing ceremonies. New York: The Berkeley Publishing Group.

Lawlis, F. (1996). Transpersonal medicine. Boston: Shambhala.

Malchiodi, C. (1999). Art therapy, arts medicine, and arts in healthcare: A vision for collaboration in the next millennium. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 13-16.

Owen, J. (1999). Arts, health and wellbeing: A third way for health? World Hospitals and Health Services, 35 (2), 3-6.

Petterson, M. (2001). Music for healing: The creative arts program at the Ireland Cancer Center. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 7 (1), 88-89.

Samuels, M. (1995). Art as a healing force. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 1 (4), 38-40.

Samuels, M., & Lane, M.R. (2000). Path of the feather. New York: Putnam.

Samuels, M., & Lane, M.R. (2000). Spirit body healing. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Samuels, M., & Lane, M.R. (2003). Shaman Wisdom, Shaman Healing: The Secrets of Deepening Your Ability to Heal With Visionary and Spiritual Tools and Practices. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Samuels, M., & Samuels, N. (1990). Seeing with the mind's eye: The history, techniques and uses of visualization. New York: Random House.

Schroeder-Sheker, T. (1993). Music for the dying: A personal account of the new field of music thanatology -- History, theories, and clinical narratives. The Journal of Mind-Body Health, 9 (1), 36-48

Shlain, L. (1993). Art & physics: Parallel visions in space, time, and light. New York: Quill, William Morrow.

Soffa, V. (1996). Artistic expressions of illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2 (3), 63-66.

Sommer, D. (1994). Exploring the spirituality of children in the midst of illness and suffering. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (2), 7-12.

Vahle, N. (Ed.). (1993). Healing and the mind with Bill Moyers: A resource guide for the field of mind body health. Sausalito, CA: Institute for Noetic Sciences.

Wuthow, R. (2001). Creative spirituality-the way of the artist. Berkley, CA: University of California Press.

Mental Health

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Bertman, S. (2000). Volts of connection: The arts as shock therapy. Grief Matters: Australian Journal of Grief & Bereavement, 3(3) 51-53.

Bertman, S. (2000). “Why the Humanities: Setting the Stage for Dialogue," J. Geriatric Psych 33(2), 2000.

Bertman, S. (2003). Public tragedy and the arts. In Living with grief coping with public tragedy Lattanzi-Licht, M, Doka, K, (Eds), NY: Hospice Foundation of America/Brunner Routledge, 2003.

Bertman, S. (Ed.) (1999). Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy. Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Chetta, H. (1981). The effect of music and desensitization on preoperative anxiety in children. Journal of Music Therapy, 18, 88-100.

Coen, J. (1996). The use of fairytales as therapy with traumatised children. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 12-13.

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (in press) Computer-supported distance art therapy: A focus on traumatic illness. In H. Resnick (Ed.), Innovations in technology and social work: Practice and education. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Collie, K., & Cubranic, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a telehealth problem. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 16 (4), 186-193.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Gladding, S.T., Newsome, D.W. (2003). ‘Art in counselling’, in Malchiodi, C.A. (ed). Handbook of art therapy. New York: Guilford Press. 461.

Goldstein, A. (1980). Thrills in response to music and other stimuli. Physiological Psychology, 8 (1), 126-129.

Graham-Pole, J. (2002). ‘The creative arts: what role do they play?’, in Scott, A. (ed). Handbook of complementary and alternative therapies in mental health. San Diego, US: Academic Press. xxviii: 574.

Houghton-Becki, A., Smeltekop, R.A. (2002). ‘Music therapy and psychopharmacology’, in Unkefer, R., Thaut, M.H. (eds). Music therapy in the treatment of adults with mental disorders: Theoretical bases and clinical interventions. St Louis, US: MMB Music, Inc. vii: 262.

Hudson, C., Leeper, J., Strickland, M., & Jesse, P. (1987). Storytelling: A measure of anxiety in hospitalized children. Children's Health Care, 16 (2), 118-122.

Jones, P. (1996). Drama as therapy: Theatre as living. London: Routledge.

Lerner, A. (1994). Poetry in the therapeutic experience. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Levy, F., Fried, J., & Leventhal, F. (Eds.). Dance and other expressive art therapies: When words are not enough. London: Routledge.

Malchiodi, C. (1999). Art therapy, arts medicine, and arts in healthcare: A vision for collaboration in the next millennium. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 13-16.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with adults. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Marcus, C., & Barnes, M. (Eds.) Healing Gardens: Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations. New York: John Wiley.

Metrick, S. (1994). Crossing the bridge: Creating ceremonies for grieving and healing from life's losses. Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

Munro, S. (1993). Music therapy in palliative/hospice care. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Neill, C. (1993). Storymaking and storytelling: Weaving the fabric that creates our lives. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 133-160). London: Routledge.

Nettle, D. (2001). Strong Imagination: Madness, Creativity and Human Nature. New York: Oxford University Press Inc.

Ornish, D. (1999). Love & survival: The scientific basis for the healing power of intimacy. New York: Harper Collins, Publisher Inc.

Rae, W. (1991). Analyzing drawings of children who are physically ill and hospitalized using the ipsative method. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 198-207.

Rode, D. (1995). Building bridges within the culture of pediatric medicine. The interface of art therapy and child life programming. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 12 (2), 104-110.

Rojcewicz, S. (1999). Medicine and poetry: The state of the art of poetry therapy. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 6 (1), 4-9.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

Ryan-Wenger, N. (2001). Use of children's drawings for measurement of developmental level and emotional status. Journal of Child and Family Nursing, 4 (2), 139-149.

Serlin, I. A., M. A. DiCowden, K. Rockefeller, S. Brown, J. Sonke-Henderson, R. Brandman, & J. Graham-Pole. Whole Person Healthcare. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

Spinetta, J., McLaren, H., Fox, R., & Sparta, S. (1981). The kinetic family drawing in childhood cancer: A revised application of an age-independent measure. In J. Spinetta, P. Deasy-Spinetta (Eds.), Living with childhood cancer (pp. 86-120). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby.

Stepanek, J. (1995). A journey towards healing: Coping with grief through poetry. The ACCH Advocate, 2 (1), 22-28.

Sturner, R., Rothbaum, F., Visintainer, M., & Wolfer, J. (1980). The effects of stress on children's human figure drawings. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36, 325-331.

Ulrich, R. (1991). Wellness by design: Psychologically supportive patient surroundings. Group Practice Journal, 40 (4), 10-19.

Ulrich, R., Simons, R., Losito, B., Fiorito, E., Miles, M., & Zelson, M. (1991). Stress recovery during exposure to natural and urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 11, 201-230.

Warren, B. (1993). Drama: Using the imagination as a stepping-stone for personal growth. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 111-132). London: Routledge.

Warren, B. (1993). Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Warren, B., & Coaten, R. (1993). Dance: Developing self-image and self-expression through movement. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

Welch, W. (1993). Creating community: Ensemble performance using masks, puppets, and theatre. In B. Warren (Ed.), Using the creative arts in therapy (2nd ed.) (pp. 161-183). London: Routledge.

Wethered, A. (1993). Movement and drama in therapy: A holistic approach. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Zeisel, John. Inquiry by Design: Environment / Behavior / Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning, W.W. Norton, New York, 2006

Neonatal

Burke, M.A. Walsh, J. Oehler, J., & Gringras, J. (1995). Music therapy following suctioning: Four case studies. Neonatal Network, 14 (7), 41-49.

Collins, S., & Kuck, K. (1991). Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. Neonatal Network, 9 (6), 23-26.

Standley, J. (1998). The effect of music and multimodal stimulation on responses of premature infants in neonatal intensive care. Pediatric Nursing, 24 (6), 532-538.

Standley, J., & Moore, R. (1995). Therapeutic effects of music and mother's voice on premature infants. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (6), 509-512; 574.

Neurology

Blondin, Betsy Baxter, Ed. (2008) Migraine Expressions: A Creative Journey through Life with Migraine. Word Metro Press, Carlsbad, California.

Zeisel, John. Inquiry by Design: Environment / Behavior / Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning, W.W. Norton, New York, 2006

Oncology

Bach, S. (1975). Spontaneous pictures of leukemic children as an expression of the total personality, mind and body. Acta Paedopsychiatica, 41 (3), 86-104.

Bailey, L. (1983). The effects of live music versus tape-recorded music on hospitalized cancer patients. Music Therapy, 3, 17-28.

Bailey, S. (1997). The arts in spiritual care. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 13 (4), 452-455.

Bailey, S. (1998). Comprehensive spiritual care. In A. Berger (Ed.), Principles and practice of supportive oncology (pp. 717-731). Philadelphia: Lippincottt-Raven Publishers.

Carolyn Walker, "Use of Art and Play in Pediatric Oncology" Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, Vol. 6 (4) October 1989, pp. 121-126.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Heiney, S. (1995). The healing power of story. Oncology Nursing Forum, 22 (6), 899-904.

Heiney, S., & Darr-Hope, H. (1999). Healing icons: Art support program for patients with cancer. Cancer Practice, 7 (4), 183-189.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Ilene A. Serlin, Catherine Classen, Barbara Frances, & Karyn Angell "Symposium: Support Groups for Women with Breast Cancer: Traditional and Alternative Expressive Approaches" The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol 27 (2), pp. 123-138, 2000.

Joan Klagsbrun, Laury Rappaport, Vivien Marcow Speiser, Pamela Post, Julia Byers, Shanee Stepakoff, Shire Karman, "Focusing and Expressive Art Therapy as a Complementary Treatment for Women with Breast Cancer" Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, Vol 1 (1), 2005, pp. 107-137.

Lane, M.T., & Graham-Pole, J. (1994). Development of an art program on a bone marrow transplant unit. Cancer Nursing, 17 (3), 185-192.

Nolan, P. (1992). Music therapy with bone marrow transplant patients: Reaching beyond the symptoms. In R. Spintge & R. Droh (Eds.), Music/medicine (pp. 209-212). St. Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Rollins, J. (1990). Childhood cancer: Siblings draw and tell. Pediatric Nursing, 16 (1), 21-27.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Spinetta, J., McLaren, H., Fox, R., & Sparta, S. (1981). The kinetic family drawing in childhood cancer: A revised application of an age-independent measure. In J. Spinetta, P. Deasy-Spinetta (Eds.), Living with childhood cancer (pp. 86-120). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby.

Standley, J. (1992). Clinical applications of music and chemotherapy: The effects on nausea and emesis. Music Therapy Perspectives, 10, 27-35.

Pain Management

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Palliative Care

Aldridge, D. (Ed.). Music therapy in palliative care: New voices. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Aldridge, D. (Ed.). Music therapy in palliative care: New voices. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Bailey, L. (1986). Music therapy in pain management. Journal of Pain Symptom Management, 1, 25-28.

Bertman, S. (1998). Ars moriendi: Illuminations on ‘the good death' from the arts and humanities. In Harrold, J., Lynn, J. (Eds.). A good dying: Shaping health care for the last months of life, NY:Hayworth. 5-26.

Bertman, S. Greene, H., Wyatt, C.(1982). Humanistic health care in a hospice/palliative care setting. In Benoliel, J. (Ed.). Death education for the health care professional. NY: Hemisphere. 391-407.

Brown, C., Chen, A., & Dworkin, S. (1989). Music in the control of human pain. Music Therapy, 8, 47-60.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Hammerschlag, C., & Silverman, H. (1997). Healing ceremonies. New York: The Berkeley Publishing Group.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Kuttner, L. (1988). Favorite stories: A hypnotic pain-reduction technique for children in acute pain. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 30 (4), 289-295.

Metrick, S. (1994). Crossing the bridge: Creating ceremonies for grieving and healing from life's losses. Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts.

Munro, S. (1993). Music therapy in palliative/hospice care. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Past the Smart of Feeling: Images of Grief in Literature, Art, and Pop Culture," in Dying, Death, Bereavement, Corless, I, et al. (Eds.), Jones & Bartlett, Boston, 1944.

Rollins, J., & Riccio, L. (2001). Art is the heART: An arts-in-healthcare program for children and families in home and hospice care. Washington, DC: WVSA arts connection.

Schroeder-Sheker, T. (1993). Music for the dying: A personal account of the new field of music thanatology -- History, theories, and clinical narratives. The Journal of Mind-Body Health, 9 (1), 36-48

Sommer, D. (1994). Exploring the spirituality of children in the midst of illness and suffering. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (2), 7-12.

Stefanatou, A., & Bowler, D. (1997). Depiction of pain in the self-drawing of children with sickle cell disease. Child: Care, Health and Development, 23 (2), 135-155.

Pediatrics

Bach, S. (1975). Spontaneous pictures of leukemic children as an expression of the total personality, mind and body. Acta Paedopsychiatica, 41 (3), 86-104.

Banks, S., Davis, P., Howard, V., & McLaughlin, T. (1993). The effects of directed art activities on the behavior of young children with disabilities: A multi-element baseline analysis. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (4), 235-240.

Carol E. Bouzoukis Pediatric Dramatherapy, London: Jessica Kingsley, 2001.

Carolyn Walker, "Use of Art and Play in Pediatric Oncology" Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, Vol. 6 (4) October 1989, pp. 121-126.

Chetta, H. (1981). The effect of music and desensitization on preoperative anxiety in children. Journal of Music Therapy, 18, 88-100.

Coen, J. (1996). The use of fairytales as therapy with traumatised children. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 12-13.

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.

Darley, S. & Heath, W. (2008) The Expressive Arts Activity Book, A Resource for Professionals. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Deschner, Jane Waggoner. (ED). 2007. Arts in Healthcare Programs and Practitioners II: Sampling the Spectrum in the US and Canada. Montana: A Collaboration of the Arts in Healthcare Advocates.

Drescher, J. (2001). Journey in the Moon Balloon. Parenting with Spirit. 4 (3), 29-30.

Dun, B. (1996). Music therapy in the hospital setting. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 13-14.

Freeman, M. (1991). Therapeutic use of storytelling for older children who are critically ill. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 208-215.

Gabriels, R., Wamboldt, M., McCormick, D., Adams, T., & McTaggart, S. (2000). Children's illness drawings and asthma symptom awareness. Journal of Asthma, 37 (7), 565-574.

Goodill, S., & Morningstar, D. (1993). The role of dance/movement therapy with medically involved children. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (2), 24-27.

Greaves, B. (1996). Visual expression for the child in hospital. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 9-11.

Grimm, D., & Pefley, P. (1990). Opening doors for the child "inside." Pediatric Nursing, 16 (4), 368-369.

Herbert, Geraldine; Deschner, Jane Waggoner; Glazer, Robin. (EDs). 2006. Artists-In-Residence – The Creative Center’s Approach to Arts in Healthcare. Billings, Montana: Artcraft Printers.

Hudson, C., Leeper, J., Strickland, M., & Jesse, P. (1987). Storytelling: A measure of anxiety in hospitalized children. Children's Health Care, 16 (2), 118-122.

King Komiske, B. (1999). Designing the world's best children's hospitals. Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

Kuttner, L. (1988). Favorite stories: A hypnotic pain-reduction technique for children in acute pain. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 30 (4), 289-295.

Lambert, R., & Lambert, N. (1995). The effects of humor on secretory immunoglobulin A levels in school-aged children. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (1), 16-19.

Loughlin, E., & Dalakis, M. (1996). Expressive communication through dance. Children in Hospital, 22 (1), 5-7.

Malchiodi, C. (1998). Understanding children's drawings. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Malchiodi, C. (Ed.). (1999). Medical art therapy with children. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Malkin, J. (1995). Art of healing: The environment's therapeutic potential. Child Health Design, 9, 6-7.

Marley, L. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 21, 126-132.

Marley, L. (1984). The use of music with hospitalized infants and toddlers: A descriptive study. Journal of Music Therapy, 21, 126-132.

Mazer, S., & Smith, D. (1995). The power of space. Child Health Design, 9, 13-15.

McDonnell, L. (1983). Music therapy: Meeting the psychosocial needs of hospitalized children. Children's Health Care, 12 (1), 29-33.

Micci, N. (1984). The use of music therapy with pediatric patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Art Psychotherapy, 11, 261-266.

Munro, S. (1993). Music therapy in palliative/hospice care. Saint Louis, MO: MMB Music.

Olds, A. (1995). Nature: The essential healing environment. Child Health Design, 9, 3-5.

Olds, A., & Daniel, P. (1987). Child health care facilities. Washington, DC: Association for the Care of Children's Health.

Pridmore, P., & Lansdown, R. (1997). Exploring children's perceptions of health: Does drawing really break down barriers? Health Education Journal, 56, 219-230.

Rae, W. (1991). Analyzing drawings of children who are physically ill and hospitalized using the ipsative method. Children's Health Care, 20 (4), 198-207.

Rode, D. (1995). Building bridges within the culture of pediatric medicine. The interface of art therapy and child life programming. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 12 (2), 104-110.

Rollins, J. (1990). Childhood cancer: Siblings draw and tell. Pediatric Nursing, 16 (1), 21-27.

Rollins, J. (1990). The arts: Helping children cope with hospitalization. NSNA/Imprint, 37 (4), 79-83.

Rollins, J. (1990). Very Special Arts for children in hospitals (Curriculum for arts in medical education). Washington, DC: Very Special Arts.

Rollins, J. (1993). Medical students as facilitators of the arts for children in hospitals. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2 (1), 7-13.

Rollins, J. (1995). Art: Helping children meet the challenges of hospitalisation. InterACTA, 15 (3), 36-41.

Rollins, J. (1997, Winter). The artists of Studio G: Making hospitalisation less stressful for children and their families in Washington, DC, USA. Action for Sick Children's Cascade, 8-9.

Rollins, J. (2004). Arts activities for children at bedside. Washington, DC: WVSA arts connection.

Rollins, J. (2005). Using the arts with children in healthcare settings. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across the Health-Care Continuum. Austin, TX: ProEd.

Rollins, J. (2005). Tell me about it: Drawing as a communication tool for children with cancer. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 22(4), 203–221.

Rollins, J., & Mahan, C. (1996). From artist to artist-in residence: Preparing artists to work in pediatric healthcare settings. Washington DC: Rollins & Associates, Inc.

Rollins, J., & Riccio, L. (2000). Art with heart. Child Art: The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation, 3 (3), 14-15.

Rollins, J., & Riccio, L. (2001). Art is the heART: An arts-in-healthcare program for children and families in home and hospice care. Washington, DC: WVSA arts connection.

Ryan-Wenger, N. (2001). Use of children's drawings for measurement of developmental level and emotional status. Journal of Child and Family Nursing, 4 (2), 139-149.

Salas, J. (2007). Do my story, sing my song: Music therapy and Playback Theatre with troubled children. New Paltz, NY: Tusitala Publishing.

Shepley, M. (in press). The healthcare environment. In J. Rollins, R. Bolig, & C. Mahan (Eds.), Meeting the psychosocial needs of children and families across the healthcare continuum. Austin, TX: ProED.

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Sherborne, V. (1990). Developmental movement for children. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Sommer, D. (1994). Exploring the spirituality of children in the midst of illness and suffering. The ACCH Advocate, 1 (2), 7-12.

Sourkes, B. (1999). Art techniques with pediatric oncology patients. In S. Bertman (Ed.), Grief and the healing arts: Creativity as therapy (pp. 119-125). Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company.

Spinetta, J., McLaren, H., Fox, R., & Sparta, S. (1981). The kinetic family drawing in childhood cancer: A revised application of an age-independent measure. In J. Spinetta, P. Deasy-Spinetta (Eds.), Living with childhood cancer (pp. 86-120). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby.

Standley, J. (1998). The effect of music and multimodal stimulation on responses of premature infants in neonatal intensive care. Pediatric Nursing, 24 (6), 532-538.

Standley, J., & Moore, R. (1995). Therapeutic effects of music and mother's voice on premature infants. Pediatric Nursing, 21 (6), 509-512; 574.

Stanley, K. (1995). Healing environments in the age of technology. Child Health Design, 9, 16-17.

Stefanatou, A., & Bowler, D. (1997). Depiction of pain in the self-drawing of children with sickle cell disease. Child: Care, Health and Development, 23 (2), 135-155.

Sturner, R., Rothbaum, F., Visintainer, M., & Wolfer, J. (1980). The effects of stress on children's human figure drawings. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36, 325-331.

Welsh, J. (1991). The use of drawing by children in the pediatric office. In S. Dixon & M. Stein (Eds.), Encounters with children: Pediatric behavior and development (2nd ed.) (pp. 399-408). Saint Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book.

Pulmonology

Gabriels, R., Wamboldt, M., McCormick, D., Adams, T., & McTaggart, S. (2000). Children's illness drawings and asthma symptom awareness. Journal of Asthma, 37 (7), 565-574.


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