Expressive Arts Resources

Expressive Arts and Movement/Anatomy/Somatics

  • Allen, P. (1995). Art is a way of knowing. Boston: Shambhala.
  • Brown, M., Y. (1983). The Unfolding Self. San Rafael, CA: Psychosynthesis Press.
  • Calais-Germain, B. (1993). Anatomy of Movement. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
  • Cheever, O. (2000). Connected knowing and "somatic empathy" among somatic educators and students of somatic education. Revision Journal, 22(4), 15-23.
  • Cohen, B. B. (1995). Sensing, feeling, and action: The experiential anatomy of body-mind center (Excerpts). In D. H. Johnson (Ed.), Bone, Breath, & Gesture. Berkeley California: North Atlantic Books.
  • Conrad. (2007). Life on Land (First ed.). Berkeley California: North Atlantic Books.
  • Est├ęs, C., Pinkola. (1991). The Creative Fire. Boulder, CO: Sounds True Recordings.
  • Hanna, T. (1995). What is somatics? In D. H. Johnson (Ed.), Bone, breath, & gesture: Principles of embodiment (p. 389). Berkekely California: North Atlantic Books.
  • Halprin, D. (2003). The expressive body in life, art and therapy. London: Jessica Kingsley.
  • Hartley, L. (2005). Seeking a Sense of Self. Linda Hartley, 9.
  • Hartley, L. (2005). Embodying the Sense of Self. New Dimensions in Body Psychotherapy, edited by Nick Totton, 2005, 5.
  • Hendrix, H. (2008). Getting the Love You Want (20th Anniversary Edition ed.). New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.
  • Hochwarter, W., & Summers, J. (2010). Strain Reactions to Perceived Entitlement Behavior by Others as a Contextual Stressor: Moderating Role of Political Skill in three Samples. [Journal].
  • Knill, P. J., Levine, E. G., & Levine, S. K. (2005). Principles and practice of expressive arts therapy: Toward a therapeutic aesthetic. London: Jessica Kingsley.
  • McNiff, S. (1992). Art as medicine: Creating a therapy of the imagination. Boston: Shambhala.
  • Santora, P. B., Dowell, M. L., & Henningfield, J. E. (2010). Addiction and art. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.