Adventure Therapy References



Allen, L. (1990). Outdoor adventure for facilitating personal and social development: Therapy or not to therapy? ACHPER National Journal.

Amesberger, G. (1998). Theoretical considerations of therapeutic concepts in adventure therapy. In C. M. Itin (Ed.), Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy: International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Adventure Therapy Conference (1st, Perth, Australia, July 1997). Amesberger: Article

Autry, C. E. (2001). Adventure therapy with girls at risk: Responses to outdoor experiential activities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35(4), 289-306. Abstract

Bandoroff, S., & Scherer, D. G. (1994). Wilderness family therapy: An innovative treatment approach for problem youth. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 3(2), 175-191. Abstract

Berman, D. S., & Davis-Berman, J. (2000). Therapeutic uses of outdoor education: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. ERIC Digest. Berman: Article

Black, B. C. (1983). The effect of an outdoor experiential adventure program on the development of dynamic balance and spatial veering for the visually impaired adolescent. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 27(3), 39-49.

Brand, D. (2001). A longitudinal study of the effects of a wilderness-enhanced program on behaviour-disordered adolescents. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 6(1), 40-56.

Caldwell, L. L. (2001). Reflections on therapeutic recreation and youth: Possibilities for broadening horizons. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35(4), 279-288. Abstract

Carns, A. W., Carns, M. R., & Holland, J. (2001). Learning the ropes: Challenges for change. TCA Journal, 29(1), 66-71.

Cooper, M. (1992). The use of outdoor activities as a therapeutic approach to mental handicap. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(1), 37-40. Abstract

Crisp, S., & O'Donnell, M. (1998). Wilderness-adventure therapy in adolescent mental health. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 3(1), 47-57.

Davis-Berman, J. (1995). Book review: Wilderness therapy for women: The power of adventure. Journal of Experiential Education, 18(2), 110-111.

Duindam, T. (1991). Experiential education, outdoor adventure as a modality in residential treatment. A survey of programs, principles, research and practice. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Scientific Association on Residential and Foster Care for Children and Adolescents, Leeuwenhorst, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands. Duindam: Article

Eggleston, E. J. (1998). Reflections on wilderness therapy. In C. M. Itin (Ed.), Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy: International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Adventure Therapy Conference (1st, Perth, Australia, July 1997). Eggleston: Article

Ewert, A. W., McCormick, B. P., & Voight, A. E. (2001). Outdoor experiential therapies: Implications for TR practice. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35(2), 107-122.

Gass, M. A. (1995). Adventure family therapy: An innovative approach answering the question of lasting change with adjudicated youth? lternatives to Incarceration: Prevention or Treatment. Monograph on Youth in the 1990s. Gass: Article

Gass, M. A. (1998). When I go back home … Zip Lines: The Voice for Adventure Education, 34, 34-41. Abstract

Gibson, J. (2000). Fred outdoors: An initial report into the experiences of outdoor activities for an adult who is congenitally deafblind. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 1(1), 45-54. Abstract

Gilliam, N. G. (1990). A qualitative study of ropes courses in psychiatric treatment facilities. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH.

Gillis, H. L. (1995). If I conduct outdoor pursuits with clinical populations, am I an adventure therapist? Journal of Leisurability, 22 (2), 5-15.

Gilsdorf, R. (1998). Gestalt and adventure therapy: Parallels and perspectives. In C. M. Itin (Ed.), Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy: International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Adventure Therapy Conference (1st, Perth, Australia, July 1997). Gilsdorf: Article

Glass, J. S., & Myers, J. E. (2001). Combining the old and the new to help adolescents: Individual psychology and adventure-based counseling. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 23(2), 104-114. Abstract

Haynes, L., & Gallagher, S. (1998). The wilderness intervention program: Change through mentoring. In C. M. Itin (Ed.), Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy: International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Adventure Therapy Conference (1st, Perth, Australia, July 1997). Haynes: Article

Hiendel, C., Simpson, C. & Gillis, L. (1998). Echoes of group. Zip Lines, Winter, 14-21.

Hooper, D. (1992). MOBEX Merseyside. The way we work. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(3), 6-8.

Johnson, J. (1992). Adventure in therapy: the ropes-wilderness connection. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, Third Quarter, 17-24.

Kimball, R. O. (1986). Experiential Therapy for Youths: The adventure model. Children Today, 15(2), 26-31.

Kirkpatrick, M. K., Brown, S., & Koldjeski, D. (1997). Ropes: An experiential learning activity for leadership skills. Nurse Educator, 22(6), 48-51. Abstract

Lorandos, D. A. (1990). Change in adolescent boys at Teen Ranch: A five year study. Adolescence, 25(99), 509-516. Abstract

McMillan, K. (1998). Agents of change. Ziplines, Fall, 45-48.

Miles, J. C. & Priest, S. (Eds.) (1999). Adventure programming. State College, PA: Venture. Section 9, Chapter 48, 49.

Mossman, S. E. The adventure development counselling programme: Outcome evaluation and investigation of factors contributing to success in the treatment of adolescents' mental health: University of Canterbury (Ph.D. research proposal).

Owens, D. (1988). Is the outdoor experience relevant to students with severe special needs? VOEA Journal: The Outdoor Educator, 7(3), 11-12.

Peterson, C. A. (1978). The right to risk. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 49(4), 47-48. Abstract

Pfirman, E. S. (1988). The effects of a wilderness challenge course on victims of rape in locus of control, self-concept, and fear. Published Doctor of Psychology dissertation: University of Northern Colorado.

Phoenix, T. L. (2001). Who am I?: Identity formation, youth, and therapeutic recreation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35(4), 348-356. Abstract

Protinsky, H. (1988). Identity formation: A comparison of problem and nonproblem adolescents. Adolescence, 23(89), 67-72. Abstract

Quay, J. (1991). Experiencing the outdoor experience. VOEA Spring Journal: The Outdoor Educator, 22-25.

Ringer, M. & Gillis, H. L. (1995). Managing psychological depth in adventure programming. Journal of Experiential Education, 18(1), 42-50.

Russell, K.C. (2001). What is wilderness therapy? Journal of Experiential Education, 24 (2), 70-79.

Sakofs, M. (1992). Assessing the impact of the wilderness alternative for youth programme. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(4), 16-21. Abstract

Scott, J. (1991). Outdoor wilderness education: Therapeutic intervention with institutionalised adolescents. Australian Social Work, 44(3), 31-36.

Stolz, P., & West, J. (1996). The shipping news, Michael White's narrative therapy and wilderness enhanced programs: Stories of change. The VAFT Newsletter.

Stolz, P. (1998). Stories of change. In C. M. Itin (Ed.), Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy: International Perspectives. Proceedings of the International Adventure Therapy Conference (1st, Perth, Australia, July 1997). Stolz: Article

Swiderski, M. J., & Mitten, D. (1994). Book review: Wilderness therapy: Foundations, theory and research. Journal of Experiential Education, 17(3), 48-51.

Therapeutic Adventure Professional Group. (1999). Insight. Newsletter of the Therapeutic Adventure Professional Group of the Association for Experiential Education, 7(1).

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Thorstenson, C. T., & Heaps, R. A. (1973). Outdoor survival and its implication for rehabilitation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 5, 31-33.

Thorvaldson, S. A., & Matheson, M. (1976). The Boulder Bay experiment. Criminal Justice Planning and Research Unit, Department of the Attorney-General, British Columbia.

Torretta, A. Family camp: Strengthening at-risk families through adventure-based initiatives. Retrieved 24.05.07, 2007, from http://www.outdoored.com/articles/Article.aspx?ArticleID=137

Vincent, S. M. (1995). Emotional safety in adventure therapy programs: Can it be defined? Journal of Experiential Education, 18(2), 76-81. Abstract

Weider, R. (1990). Experiential therapy: An adventure in self-discovery enters the psychiatric hospitals. In J. C. Miles & S. Priest (Eds.), Adventure education (pp. 35-44). State College, PA: Venture Publishing Inc.

Williams, B. (2000). The treatment of adolescent populations: An institutional vs. a wilderness setting. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 10(1), 47-56. Williams: Article

 
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