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Journal Special Issues:

    • The Creative Arts Therapies and Group Work (Guest Co-Editor, with Joan Wittig), Group, 34(1). (2010).
    • Trauma and the Creative Arts Therapies (Guest Editor), The Arts in Psychotherapy, 36(2). (2009).


Chapters & Articles:

    • Resuscitating Bodies: On Deadness, Trauma and Intersubjectivity. The Arts in Psychotherapy (2017).


    • Placing Landy & Bowlby in Dialogue: Role and Distancing Theories through the Lens of Attachment. The Drama Therapy Review (2017).


    • Expressive therapy groups with chronically traumatized adolescents: Fostering change when safety is fleeting. In N. B. Webb (Ed.), Play and Expressive Therapies with Children and Adolescents in Crisis: Treatments for Stress, Anxiety, and Trauma (2016).


    • Examining roles in children’s group therapy: Applying a dramaturgical role instrument to group process. The Arts in Psychotherapy (2015).


    • Vanquishing monsters: Group drama therapy for treating trauma. In C. Malchiodi (Ed.), Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children (2nd ed.; 2014).


    • Exquisite corpse: On dissociation and intersubjectivity—Implications for trauma-informed drama therapy. In N. Sajnani & D. R. Johnson (Eds.), Trauma-Informed Drama Therapy: Transforming Clinics, Classrooms, and Communities with Maria Hodermarksa & Lucy McLellan. (2014).


    • Boys and therapy: The need for creative reformulation. In C. Haen (Ed.), Engaging Boys in Treatment: Creative Approaches to the Therapy Process (2011).


    • The therapeutic use of superheroes in the treatment of boys. In C. Haen (Ed.), Engaging Boys in Treatment: Creative Approaches to the Therapy Process (2011).


    • Group therapy on the edge: Adolescence, creativity & the anti-group. Group, 34(1) with Mandy Weil. (2010).


    • Beyond retribution: Working through revenge fantasies with traumatized young people. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 36(2) with Anna Marie Weber. (2009).


    • Vanquishing monsters: Drama therapy for treating childhood trauma in the group setting. In C. Malchiodi (Ed.), Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children (2008).


    • Make me wanna holler: Dramatic encounters with boys from the inner-city. In V. Camilleri (Ed.), Healing the Inner-City Child: Creative Arts Therapies with At-Risk Youth (2007).


    • Fear to tread: Play and drama therapy in the treatment of boys who have been sexually abused. In S. Brooke (Ed.), The Use of the Creative Therapies with Sexual Abuse Survivors (2007).


    • Rebuilding security: Group therapy with children affected by September 11th. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 55(3). (2005).


    • Intervention strategies for treating traumatized siblings on a pediatric inpatient unit. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 75(3) with Timothy McGarvey. (2005).


    • The dramatherapeutic use of the superhero role with male clients. Dramatherapy, 24(1). (2002).


    • Superheroes, monsters and babies: Roles of strength, destruction and vulnerability for emotionally disturbed boys. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 29(1) with Kenneth Brannon. (2002).