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Johnson, D.R. (2009). Towards the body as presence: The theory and practice of Developmental Transformations, D. R. Johnson & R. Emunah (Eds.) Current Approaches in Drama Therapy. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas

 

The following articles and book chapters are listed in chronological order:

 

Johnson, D.R. (1982). Developmental approaches in drama therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 9. 183-189.

 

Johnson, D.R. (1991). The theory and technique of transformations in drama therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 18. 285-300.

 

Johnson, D. (1992). The drama therapist in role. In S. Jennings, (Ed.), Drama therapy: Theory and practice, Vol. 2 (pp. 112-136). London: Routledge.


Johnson, D. (1993). Marian Chace’s influence on drama therapy. In S. Sandel, S. Chaiklin, & A. Lohn (Eds.), Foundations of dance/movement therapy (pp. 176- 192). Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

 

Forrester, A., & Johnson, D.R. (1995) The role of drama therapy in an extremely short-term inpatient psychiatric unit. Brief Treatment in Drama Therapy

 

Johnson, D.R, Forrester, A., Dintino, C., James, M., Schnee, G. (1996). Towards a poor drama therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy,23 (4), 293-306.

 

Johnson, D.R. (1996). The developmental method in drama therapy: Group treatment with the elderly. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 13. 17-33.

 

Schnee, G. (1996). Drama therapy in the treatment of the homeless mentally ill: Treating interpersonal disengagement. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 23 (1), 53-60.

 

Johnson, D.R. The impact of Grotowski on psychotherapy in the United States and Britain.

 

Dintino, C. (1997). Playing with the perpetrator: Gender dynamics in developmental drama therapy. In S. Jennings, Dramatherapy: theory and practice, Vol. 3. (205-221), London, UK: Routledge

 

Smith, A. (2000). Exploring death anxiety with older adults through developmental transformations. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 22 (5), 321-334.

 

Johnson, D.R., James, M.,Smith, A., Developmental Transformations in Group Therapy with the Elderly

 

Landers, F. (2002). Dismantling violent forms of masculinity through developmental transformations. The Arts in Psychotehrapy, 29, 19-29.

 

Porter, L. (2003). Death in transformation: The importance of impasse in drama therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 30. 101-107.

 

Galway, K., Hurd, K., Johnson, D.R. (2004). Developmental transformations in group therapy with homeless people with a mental illness. In D. Weiner (Ed.), Action Therapy with Families and Groups: Using Creative Arts Improvisation in Clinical Practice, American Psychological Association.

 

Johnson, D.R. Being and Proximity. Keynote adress. DvT Conference, 2004.

 

Glaser, B. (2004) Ancient traditions within a new drama therapy method: Shamanism and developmental transformations. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 31, 77-88.

 

James, M., Forrester, A., & Kyongok, K. (2005). Developmental transformations in the treatment of sexually abused children. In A.M. Weber & C. Haen, Clinical Applications of Drama Therapy in Child and Adolescent Treatment. New York: Taylor & Francis

 

Johnson, D. (2007). British influences on Developmental Transformations. Dramatherapy: Journal of the British Association of Dramatherapists, 29, 3-10. 

 

Porter, L. (2009). The bifurcated gift: Love and intimacy in drama psychotherapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy 27 (5), 309-320.

 

Reynolds, A., (2011). Developmental Transformations: Improvisational Drama Therapy with Children in Acute Inpatient Psychiatry, Social Work With Groups, 34:3-4, 296-309

 

Butler, J. (2012). Playing with madness: Developmental Transformations and the treatment of schizophrenia. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39 (2). 87-94.

 

Domikles, D. (2012). Violence and laughter: How Dramatherapy can go beyond behaviour management with boys at risk of exclusion. In L. Leigh, I. Gersh, A. Dix, and D. Haythorne (eds.) Dramatherapy with Children, Young People, and Schools: Enabling Creativity, Sociability, Communication, and Learning, London: Routledge. 

Sajnani, N. (2012) Improvisation and art-based research, Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 3:1, 79-86.

 

Sajnani, N., Jewers-Dailley, K., Brillante, A., Puglisi, J., Johnson, D.R. (2014). Animating learning by integrating and validating experience. In N. Sajnani & D.R. Johnson (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Drama Therapy: Transforming Clinics Classrooms, and Communities. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas

 

Pitre, R. (2014). Extracting the perpetrator: Fostering parent/child attachment with developmental transformations. In N. Sajnani & D.R. Johnson (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Drama Therapy: Transforming Clinics Classrooms, and Communities. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas

 

Omens, S.  (2014). Body as impasse: Drama therapy with medically compromised children. In N. Sajnani & D.R. Johnson (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Drama Therapy: Transforming Clinics Classrooms, and Communities. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas

 

Johnson, D.R. (2014). Trauma-Centered Developmental Transformations. In N. Sajnani & D.R. Johnson (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Drama Therapy: Transforming Clinics Classrooms, and Communities. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas

 

Johnson, D.R. (2015) Let me be your carried one... A meditation on po’a, t’, and h’ish. A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations. 2-11.

 

Dintino, C., Steiner, N., Smith, A., & Carlucci Galway, K. (2015). Developmental Transformations and playing with the unplayable. A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations. 12-31. 

 

Miller, R., Vgenopoulou, S., and Johnson, D.R. (2015). Tending to the supervisory relationship through Developmental Transformations A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations. 35-51.

 

Johnson, D.R., & Sajnani, N. (2015) Conversare: Developmental Transformations and social justiceA Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations. 57-77. 

 

Rozenberg, M. (2015). Capoeira and Developmental Transformations. A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations. 81-90. 

Sajnani, N. & Johnson, D.R. (2016). Opening up Playback Theatre: Perspectives from Developmental Transformations and the Theatre of the Oppressed. A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations, 94-126.

Domikles, D. (2016). Stop kicking: The story of Lucy and Tracey. A Chest of Broken Toys: A Journal of Developmental Transformations, 129-139

 

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