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Art Therapy & Eating Disorders

Bibliography

Brooke, S . (Ed) (2008). The creative therapies and eating disorders. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas.

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Dokter, D. (Ed) (1994). Arts therapies and clients with eating disorders: Fragile board. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Ltd.

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Papers Presented at Conferences

Dean, M. L. (2006a). Creative destruction: Art based interventions with eating disordered clients who self-injure. The 16th Renfrew Center Conference, Philadelphia, PA: The Renfrew Center.

Dean, M. L. (2006b). Preserving the self: Art Psychotherapy applications with eating disordered clients who self-injure. The American Art Therapy Association Conference, New Orleans, LA: The American Art Therapy Association.

Earley, M. L. (1999). Art therapy: Body image, media & art. The American Art Therapy Association Conference, Orlando, FL: The American Art Therapy Association.

Earley, M. L. (1999). Art therapy with eating disordered clients. The 16th Renfrew Center Conference, Philadelphia, PA: The Renfrew Center.

McCafferty, J., Dean, M. L., Kwak, K., & Kane, J. (2007). Eating disorders: A collaborative care approach to treatment. The American Art Therapy Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM: The American Art Therapy Association.

 

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