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4 Kornblum, R. (2002). Disarming the playground: Violence prevention through movement and pro-social skills. Oklahoma City, OK: Wood & Barnes Publishing. Kornblum, R. (2008). Dance/movement therapy with children. In. D. McCarthy (Ed.) Speaking about the unspeakable: Non-verbal methods and experiences in therapy with children, (pp ). Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Tropea, E. B., Dulicai, D., & Freeman, W. C. (2008). Applying dance/movement therapy in school settings. In R.W. Christner & R.B. Menutti (Eds.). School-based mental health: A practitioner's guide to comparative practices (pp ). Taylor & Francis. Post, P., Stopanio, J. & Fielden, A. (1998). Child-centered play therapy: Working with at-risk youth in the elementary school setting. Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina. Wise, S. K. (2007). Sit down and be quiet! : Dance/movement therapy in an inner city elementary school after-care program. In V. A. Camilleri (Ed.), Healing the inner-city child: Creative arts therapies with at-risk youth, (pp ). Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Video Kornblum, R. (2002). Disarming the playground: Violence prevention through movement and pro-social skills. Oklahoma City, OK: Wood & Barnes Publishing. Theses & Dissertations Bram, D.L. (1993). Dance/movement therapy and special education: A resource for employment in public schools. Unpublished master s thesis, Goucher College, Towson, MD. Danner, J. (1994). Dance/movement therapy in a multicultural high school context. Unpublished master s thesis, University of California, Los Angeles.
5 Davies, M.I. (1992). Setting up a programme of movement therapy in a mainstream London primary school. Unpublished master s thesis, Laban Centre for Movement and Dance, London. Durkin, C. (1992). Dance/movement therapy: A psychotherapeutic process to support a child with emotional and behavioral disorder to cope effectively within a mainstream classroom. Unpublished master s thesis, Laban Centre for Movement and Dance, London. Erfer, T. (1985). Dance/movement therapy with emotionally disturbed children in a public school setting. Unpublished master's thesis. Hunter College, NY, NY. Fiedler, M.M. (1998). Skinner Releasing as an integral part of an elementary school guidance and counseling program. Unpublished master s thesis, Goucher College, Towson, MD. Kalish-Weiss, B. (1989). Creative arts therapies in an inner city school. Unpublished master s thesis, Goucher College, Towson, MD. Minott, D. Y. (1992). Dance/movement therapy in a school setting in Jamaica: Considerations on the cross-cultural applicability of an American-based model. Unpublished master s thesis, University of California, Los Angeles. Newman, L.M. (1990). Dance/movement therapy in the public city high schools: An integral part of the learning disabled adolescent s education. Unpublished master s thesis, New York University. Rose, A. (2002). A theoretical model of dance/movement therapy in education: Integrating the body and mind to support holistic learning. Unpublished master s thesis, Columbia College, Chicago. Sash, T. (1998). Use of dance/movement therapy in an inner-city elementary school: The impact of violence on children. Unpublished master s thesis, Columbia College, Chicago. Trainor, M. (1991). Dance therapy as a treatment modality for emotionally disturbed children within a public school day treatment setting. Unpublished master s thesis, Naropa Institute, Boulder, CO.
6 Tsunemine, Y. (1994). Overlapping approaches of play and dance/movement therapies for a severely, parentally neglected child in the therapeuticeducational setting. Unpublished master s thesis, Goucher College, Towson, MD. Urban, T. Report of dance therapy with a multiply handicapped child in a kindergarten for special education. Unpublished master s thesis, Langen Institut, Monheim, Germany.
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