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Forensic Dance/Movement Therapy and Violence Related ReferencesBlatt, J. (1983). The development of the arts psychotherapies program in the Philadelphia prison system. Unpublished master’s thesis, Hahnemann University, Philadelphia.
Blatt, J. (1966). Dance/movement therapy. In C. Cordess & M. Cox (Eds.), Forensic psychotherapy, crime, psychodynamics and the offender patient, Vol. II: Mainly practice (pp.567-569). London: Jessica Kingsley.
Brown, J., Burchnall, K., & Houston, S. (2004).An evaluation of dancing inside: A creative workshop project lead by Motionhouse Dance Theatre in HMP Dovegate therapeutic community. Forensic Psychology Research Unit, University of Surrey, England.
Callaghan, Karen, (1998). In limbo: Movement psychotherapy with refuges and asylum seekers in Arts therapists, refugees and migrants reaching across borders, Ed. Docker, D.. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Callaghan, Karen, (1996). The body in conflict: The role of movement psychotherapy in Arts approaches to conflict. Ed. Liebmann, M. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Cordess, C., & Cox, M. (Eds.). (1996). Forensic psychotherapy, crime, psychodynamics and the offender patient, vol. II: Mainly practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Dalessi, A. (1997). Animals in a cage: Dance therapy in the treatment of a group of sexual delinquents. Tijdschrift voor Creatieve Therapie, 16(30), 26-31.
Harris, David A. (2002). Mobilizing to empower and restore: Dance/Movement therapy with children affected by war and organized violence. Unpublished thesis, Drexel University.
Kornblum, R. (2002). Disarming the playground: Violence prevention through movement and pro-social skills. Oklahoma City, OK: Wood& Barnes Publishing.
Lumsden, M. (1997). Engendering peace. Creative arts approaches to transforming domestic and communal violence. Retrieved January 9, 2007 from http://home.bredband.no/chchor/pages/Engenderingpeace.pdf.
Oktay, D. (Spring, 2006). Reflections from a first year dance therapist working with the forensic inpatient population. Unedited version of an article published in NY Chapter of the ADTA newsletter.
Olson, A. (2007). Confronting the shadow: Using movement-based expressive arts therapy in the treatment of male batters, Unpublished masters thesis, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.
McNamara, E. (2001). Dance/movement therapy with dually diagnosed violent offenders: An investigative study. Unpublished thesis. Hahnemann University, Philadelphia.
Milliken, R. (2002). Dance/movement therapy as a creative arts approach imprison for the treatment of violence. Arts in Psychotherapy, 29, 203-206.
Milliken, R., & Strickler, S. (2004, September/October). Treatment of shame in a jail addictions program. American Jails, 9-14.
Nim, N. (2007). On being held: Dance therapy with female psychiatric patients in a forensic hospital. Unpublished thesis. Pratt Institute. New York.
Silberman, L. (1973). A dance therapist’s experience working with disturbed adolescent boys in a city prison hospital. In Dance therapist in dimension: Depth and diversity, proceedings of the Eighth Annual Conference American Dance Therapy Association (pp. 63-75).
Smeijesters, H. & Cleven, G. (2006). The treatment of aggression using arts therapies in forensic psychiatry: Results of a qualitative inquiry. Arts in Psychotherapy, 33, 37-58.