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Practitioners of Voice Movement Therapy Journal (PVMTJ)

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The singing cure: an introduction to Voice Movement Therapy. Newham, P. 1993. Boston, MA:  Shambala Publications.


Using voice and movement in therapy: the practical application of Voice Movement Therapy. Newham, P. 1999. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


The healing voice: how to use the power of your voice to bring harmony into your life. Newham, P. 2002. London: Vega.


Therapeutic voicework: principles and practice for the use of singing as a therapy. Newham, P. 2005. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


Dark voices: the genesis of Roy Hart Theatre. Pikes, N. 1999. Woodstock. CT: Spring Journal.


Orpheus or the way to a mask. Wolfsohn, A. 2012. Woodstock: Abraxas Publishing.


The mystery behind the voice. Braggins, S. 2012. Leicestershire: Matador.





Dance therapy and depth psychology: the moving imagination.  Chodorow, J. 2005. London: Routledge.


The arts and human development. Gardner, H. 1994. New York: Basic Books


The expressive body in life, art and therapy: working with movement, metaphor and meaning. Halprin, D. 2005. London: Jessica Kingsley publishers.


Psychology: knowing the self through arts. Higgs, G.E. 2008. In: Knowles J.G. & Cole A.L. (eds.), Handbook of the arts in qualitative research: perspectives, methodologies, examples and issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Expressive therapies continuum: a framework for using art in therapy. Hinz, L.D. 2009. New York: Routledge.


Principals and practice of expressive arts therapy. Towards a therapeutic aesthetics. Knill, P.J., Levine, E.G. & Levine, S.K. 2005. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


Creative transformation. The power of the arts. Lewis, P. 1993. Illinois: Chiron Publications.


Expressive therapies. Malchiodi, C.A. (ed.). 2007. New York: The Guilford Press.


The arts and psychotherapy. McNiff, S. 1981. Springfield, Ill: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.


Arts as medicine. Creating a therapy of the imagination. McNiff, S. 1992. Boston: Shambala Publications, Inc.


Art-based research. McNiff, S. 2009. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


Art heals: how creativity cures the soul. McNiff. S. 2011. Boston: Shambala





Encountering Jung on active imagination. Chodorow, J. (ed.). 1997. New Jersey: Princeton University Press.


Jung & Reich: the body as shadow. Conger, J.P. 2005. Berkley, California: North Atlantic Books.


Complex archetype symbol in the psychology of C.G. Jung. Jacobi, J. 1959. Trans. R. Manheim. (Bollinggen Series LVII). New York: Pantheon Books.


The archetypes and the collective unconscious. Jung, C. G. 1934–1954. Princeton, N.J.: Bollingen.


Man and his symbols. Jung, C.G. (ed.). 1968. USA: Dell Publishing. (No city listed).


Memories, dreams, reflections. Jung, C.G. 1989. New York: Vintage Books.


Archetype, attachment, analysis. Jungian psychology and the emergent mind. Knox, J. 2005. New York: Brunner-Routledge.


Understanding Jung, understanding yourself. O’Conner, P. 1985. New York: Paulist Press.


The book of symbols. Reflections on archetypal images. The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism. Ronnberg, A. (ed. in chief) & Martin, K. (ed.). 2010. Hohenzollernring: Taschen.





Bioenergetics. The revolutionary therapy that uses the language of the body to heal the problems of the mind. Lowen, A. 1976. New York: Penguin Compass.


Fear of life. Lowen, A. 2012a. Hinesburg: The Alexander Lowen Foundation.


Joy: surrender to the body and to life. Lowen, A. 2012b. New York: Penguin Books.


The betrayal of the body. Hinesburg: Lowen, A. 2012c. The Alexander Lowen Foundation





Character analysis. Reich, W. 1948. London: Vision Press.


The function of the orgasm. Reich, W. 1961. London: Panther.


Character analysis Reich, W. 1972.. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux





Re-visioning psychology. Hillman, J. 1975. New York: Harper & Rox Publishers.


The dream and the underworld. Hillman, J. 1979. New York: Harper & Row Publishers.


Re-visioning psychology. Hillman, J. 1992. New York: HarperPerenial. 


The soul’s code: in search of character and calling. Hillman, J. 1997. New York: Grand Central Publishing.


The essential James Hillman: a blue fire. Hillman, J. 2013. Edited by T. Moore. London: Routledge. 





The voice of neurosis. Moses, P.J. 1954. New York: Grune & Stratton.






The shifting point: forty years of theatrical exploration, 1946 – 1987. Brook, P. 1987. New York: Harper & Row.


The empty space. Brook, P. 1990. London: Penguin Books.


Through the body. a practical guide to physical theatre. Callery, D. 2001. London: Nick Hern Books.


Towards poor theatre. Grotowski, J. 2002. edited by E. Barba. Kindle version. New York: Routledge.


Conference of the birds: the story of Peter Brook in Africa. Heilpern, J. 1989. London: Methuen. 


Jerzy Grotowski. Slowiak, J. & Cuesta, J. 2007 London: Routledge





The little book on the human shadow. Bly, R. 1988. San Francisco: Harper Collins.


I thought it was just me (but it isn’t): making the journey from “what will people think?” to “I am enough.” Brown, B. 2008. New York: Gotham Books.


The gifts of imperfection. Brown, B. 2010. Minnesota: Hazelden.


Healing visualizations: creating health through imagery. Epstein, G. 1989. New York: Bantam Books.


Untie the strong woman. Blessed mother’s immaculate love for the wild soul. Estés, C.P. 2013. Colorado: Sounds True.


Swamplands of the soul: new life in dismal places. Hollis, J. 1996. Toronto: Inner City Books.


Eastern body Western mind. Psychology and the chakra system as a path to the self. Judith, A. 2004. Berkely: Celestial Arts.


Your golden shadow: discovering & fulfilling your undeveloped self. Miller, W.A. 1989. San Francisco: Harper & Row.


Sacred contracts: awakening your divine potential. Myss, C. 2002. London: Bantam Books.


The owl was a baker’s daughter: obesity, anorexia nervosa and the repressed feminine. Woodman, M. 1980. Toronto: Inner City Books.


Leaving my father’s house: a journey to conscious femininity. Woodman, M. 1992. Boston: Shambhala Publications.


Archetype revisited. An updated natural history of the self. Stevens, A. 2004. Taylor & Francis e-library.


Subpersonalities: the people inside us. Rowan, J. 1991. London Routledge.







Voice work art and science in changing voices. Shewell, C. 2009. West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell.


For more than one voice: towards a philosophy of vocal expression. Cavarero, A. 2005. California: Stanford University Press.


Singing and imagination; a human approach to a great musical tradition. Hemsley, T. 1998. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Foundations of voice studies: an interdisciplinary approach to voice production and perception. Kreiman, J. & Sidtis, D. 2011. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.


The use and training of the human voice. A bio-dynamic approach to vocal life. Lessac, A. 1997. Boston: MacGraw-Hill.


Freeing the natural voice. Linklater, K. 1976. New York: Drama Book Publishers.


Constructing the holistic actor: Fitzmaurice voicework. Self-published. Morgan, M.K. 2012. Printed by CreateSpace: Charleston.


Bodymind and voice: foundations of voice education. Thurman, L. & Welch, G.E. (eds.). 2000National Centre for Voice and Speech.


Uncovering the voice: the cleansing power of song. Werbeck-Svärdström, V. 2008. East Sussex: Rudolf Steiner Press.





The Alexander Technique: the essential writings of F. Matthias Alexander. Alexander, F.M. 1974. London: Thames and Hudson


Bodymind. Dychtwald, K. 1986 New York: Tarcher Putman.


Awareness through movement. Feldenkrais, M. 1972. London: Harper & Row.


The moving researcher: Laban/Bartenieff movement analysis in performing arts education and creative arts therapies. Fernandes, C. 2014. New York: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


The mastery of movement. Laban, R. 1980. Edited by L. Ullman.  London: Macdonald Evans.


Body wisdom: the use and training of the human body. Lessac, A. 1981. New York: Drama.


The body remembers: the psychophysiology of trauma and trauma treatment. Rothschild, B. 2000. Los Angeles: W.W. Norton & Company.





The actor, image, and action: acting and cognitive neuroscience. Blair, R. 2008. London/New York: Routledge.


The body has a mind of its own: how body maps in your brain help you do (almost) everything better. Blakeslee, S & Blakeslee, M. 2008. New York: Random House.


Your creative brain: seven steps to maximize imagination, productivity, and innovation in your life. Carson, S. 2010. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Wiley


The feeling of what happens. Damasio, A. 1999. London: William Heinemann.


The feeling of what happens: body and emotion in the making of consciousness. Damasio, A. 2000. New York: Mariner Books.


Looking for Spinoza: joy, sorrow, and the feeling brain. Damasio, A. 2004. London: Vintage Books.


Self comes to mind: constructing the conscious brain. Damasio, A. 2010. London: William Heineman.


Philosophy in the flesh: the embodied mind & its challenge to Western thought. Lakoff, G. & Johnson, M. 1999New York: Basic Books.


The emotional brain: mysterious underpinnings of emotional life. LeDoux, J. 2003. New York: Touchstone.