Publications

Co-author and facilitator Sadie Barbour

Co-author and facilitator Sadie Barbour

Warson, E. (in press). Bilateral artmaking, Manuscript submitted for publication.

Fuller-Johnson, D. & Warson E., (2018). Dibaajimowin (stories): Health promotion through digitalized oral stories. In C. Malchiodi, (Ed.), The Handbook of Art Therapy and Digital Technology. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Warson, E. (2014). Visual journaling. The Newsletter of the Mental Health Connections Program.

Sheingold, B.H., Warson, E., Lunsford, B., & Pintz, C. (2014). Using art therapy techniques for team building in distance education doctor of nursing practice student cohorts, Journal of Interprofessional Healthcare, 1(1) Article 4. Available at: http://www.jihonline.org/jih/vol1/iss1/

Warson, E., Taukchiray, W., & Barbour, S., (2013). Healing pathways: American Indian medicine and art therapy. The Canadian Association for Art Therapy Journal, 26(2), 33-38.

Warson, E. & Lorance, J. (2012). Physiological measures in art therapy evidence-based research. In C. Malchiodi, (Ed.), Art Therapy and Health Care. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Warson, E. (2012). Healing across cultures: Arts in healthcare with American Indian and Alaska Native cancer survivors. In C. Malchiodi, (Ed.), Art Therapy and Health Care. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Warson, E. (2012). Healing pathways: Art therapy for American Indian cancer survivors. Journal of Cancer Education, 27(1), DOI: 10.1007/s13187-012-0324-5

Basto, E., Warson, E., & Barbour, S. (2012). Exploring American Indian adolescents’ needs through a community-driven study. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39, 134-142 DOI: 10.1016/j.aip.2012.02.006

Warson, E. (2010). Healing arts with American Indian children. Child Art Magazine: The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation. http://www.icaf.org/whatwedo/childart.php

Mercer, P., Warson, E., & Zao, J. (2010). Visual journaling: An intervention to influence stress, anxiety, and affect levels in medical students. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 37(2), 143-148.

Warson, E. (2009). Art-based narrative inquiry with Native American breast cancer survivors (Doctoral Dissertation, Colorado State University). Dissertation International Abstract Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 70(2-A), 2009, 487.

Warson, E. (2007). Art therapy for Native survivors. Mayo Cancer Clinic’s Spirit of EAGLES Newsletter, 2, 5.

Warson, E. & Warson Purser, A. (2006). The house is blue, but the old lady ain’t: Reflections on the life of Alice L. Moseley. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association 23(4), 197-199.

Warson, E. & Stovall, K. (2005). Art Therapy. In J. A. Monteleone (Ed.) A Parents’ and Teachers’ Handbook on Identifying and Preventing Child Abuse. St. Louis: G.W. Medical Publishing.

Warson, E. (2003). From foster care to Indian boarding school: Empowering Native youth. In Donna Betts (Ed.), Creative Arts Therapies Approaches in Adoption and Foster Care: Contemporary strategies for working with children and families. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Warson, E. (2002). From foster care to Indian boarding school: Empowering Native youth. Connections: The Newsletter of the Mental Health Connections Program.

Warson, E. (2002). Alternatives to managed care. AATA Newsletter, XXXV (3), 11.

Warson, E. (2002). Finding my way. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 19(2), 85-87.

Warson, E. (2002). Using art as a therapeutic tool. The Forum: Association for Death Education and Counseling, 28(5), 10.

Warson, E. (2001). 365 mind states. In B. L. Moon (Ed.), Working with Images: The Art of Art Therapists. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Warson, E. (1999). Edith Kramer: The artist. The American Journal of Art Therapy, 37, 99-100.

Warson, E. (1998). Feature: Art therapists who are artists. The American Journal of Art Therapy, 37, 66-68.

 

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