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Goslin-Jones, T. & Herron, S. (2016). Cutting Edge Person-Centered Expressive Arts. In C. Lago (Ed.), In C. Lago & D. Charr (Eds.), The Person-Centred counseling and psychotherapy handbook (p,199-211). New York: Open University Press, McGraw-Hill Education.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  &  Herron,  S.  (2016).  Person-Centred  Expressive Arts Therapy: An  experiential  psychology  of  self-realization.  In P. Wilkins,  Person-Centred  and  experiential  therapies  (89-103). Thousand  Oaks,  CA:  Sage  Publications  Inc.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2015,  October). Person-Centered  Expressive Arts  Research  Panel. Developed  and  chaired  this  panel  at  the International  Expressive Arts Therapists Association  Conference  in  Hong  Kong,  China.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  &  Rasmussen,  J.  (2015,  October).  Exploring  the  Roar  of  Self-Silencing  using  Person-Centered  Expressive Arts. Presented  as  a  3-hour  experiential  workshop  at  the  International  Expressive Arts Therapists Association  Conference  in  Hong  Kong,  China.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2012, August).    Person-Centered  Expressive Arts: A  journey  to  creative  relationships. Presented  in  a  symposium  for the Annual  Meeting  of  the American  Psychological Association,  Orlando,  Florida.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2012). The  perceived  effects  of  Person-Centered  Expressive Arts  on  one's  work  experience.  Presented  as  a  poster session  for  the  annual  faculty  development  conference  at  Maryville  University,  St.  Louis,  MO.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2011).  Using  expressive  arts  to  transform  the  workplace.  In  N.  Rogers  (Vol. Author,  and  Ed.  of  Chapter  10, Applications of  Person-Centered  Expressive Arts  Group  Facilitation),  The  creative  connection  for  groups:  Person-Centered  Expressive Arts  for healing  and  social  change  (pp.  354-357).  Palo Alto,  CA:  Science  and  Behavior  Books.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2011, August).    The  perceived  effects  of  Person-Centered  Expressive Arts  on  one's  work  experience.    Presented  as a  poster  session  for  the Annual  Meeting  of  the American  Psychological Association, Washington,  D.C.

 

Goslin-Jones, T.  (2011, August).    Using  expressive  arts  to  cultivate  a  person's  fuller  potential  in  the  workplace.   Presented  as  a  poster session  for  the Annual  Meeting  of  the American  Psychological Association, Washington,  D.  C.

 

Richards,  R.,  Kolva,  J.,  ...Goslin-Jones, T.,  et  al.  (2011).    Creativity  revalued:  How  professors,  students,  and  an  innovative  university  are turning  the  tide  NeuroQuantology,  9(3),  468-493.

 

Goslin-Jones, T. (2010). The perceived effects of person-centered expressive arts on one's  work experience. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. UMI number: 3418296. Available at  www.terrigoslin-jones.com. [in My Documents]