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Supportive Research

Experiential Adventure Therapy

Bandoroff, S & Newes, S. (Eds.) (2004).  Coming of age: The evolving field of adventure therapy. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.

Freeman, P.A., Nelson, D. C., & Taniguchi, S.T. (2003).  Philosophy and practice of wilderness-based experiential learning. The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance, 74 (8) 25-.

Gass, M. A. (1993).  Adventure therapy: therapeutic applications of adventure programming,  Dubuque, 10: Kendall/Hunt.

Gavetti, G. & Levinthal, D. (2000).  Looking forward and looking backward: Cognitive and experiential search.  Admin Sci. Quarterly, 45 (1), 113-137.

Hattie, J., Marsh,H., Neill,J. & Richards, R. (1997).  Adventure education and outward bound: Out-of-class experiences that make a lasting difference.   Review of Educational Research, 67, 43-87.

Luckner, J.L. & Nadler, R.S. (1997).  Processing the experience: Strategies to enhance and generalize Learning.  Dubuque, 10: Kendall/Hunt.
 

Animal-Assisted Therapy

Chandler, C.K., Portrie-Bethke, Barrio Minton, C.A., Fernando, D.M., & O’Callghan, D.M. (2010). Matching animal-assisted therapy techniques and intentions with counseling guiding theories. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 32(40), 354-374.

Mason, M. S., & Hagan, C. B. (1999).  Pet-assisted psychotherapy.  Psychological Reports, 84, 1235-1245.

Nimer, J., & Lundahl, B. (2007). Animal-assisted therapy: A meta-analysis. Anthrozoos, 20(3) 225-238.

Solution-Focused Therapy

Matthews, William J. (1999).  Brief Therapy: A problem solving model of changeThe Counselor, July/Aug 99, pp29-32