Porter Art therapy

Favored resources


American Psychiatric Association (2002). Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental              Disorders (4th Ed) Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Pub, Inc.

Chapman, L. (2014). Neurobiologically Informed Trauma Therapy with Children                 and Adolescents: Understanding Mechanisms of Change. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Co.

Chomsky, N. (2006). Language and Mind (3rd Ed). Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

Gardener, H. (1980). Artful Scribbles: The Significance of Children’s Drawings. New           York: Basic Books.

Greenspan & Wieder (2006). Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: A                            Comprehensive Developmental Approach to Assessment and Intervention.                        Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.

Horowitz, M.J. (1978). Image Formation and Cognition. (2nd Ed). New York:                      Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Kellogg, R. (1969). Analyzing Children’s Art. Palo Alto, California: National Press.

Kramer, E. (1971). Art as Therapy with Children. New York: Schocken Books.

Levick, M.F. (1983). They Could Not Talk and so They Drew: Children’s Styles of Coping     and Thinking. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas.

Lusebrink (1990). Imagery and visual expression in therapy. New York: The Guilford       Press.

Naumburg, M. (1987). Dynamically Oriented Art Therapy : Its Principles                                and Practice. Chicago: Magnolia Street Publishers.

Piaget, J. (1952). The Origins of Intelligence in Children. New York: International            Universities Press.

Rubin, J.A. (2005). Child Art Therapy: 25th Anniversary edition. Hoboken, NJ:                John Wiley & Sons.

Silver, R.A. (2001). Art as Language: Access to thoughts and feelings through stimulus           drawings. New York: Psychology Press.

Vygotsky, L. (1962). Thought and language. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Winner, E. (1982). Invented Worlds; the psychology of the arts. Cambridge, Mass.:               Harvard University Press.

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