Thanks for your question. I have included citations from peer-reviewed
journals only. I have provided the citations in APA format, however,
as I am uncertain what databases you have access to, Ive formatted
these as you would if getting them via print. You may need to alter
the citations slightly depending upon how you access the articles
(e.g. from print journals or online databases). Also, because of
formatting issues with Google Answers, Im unable to do hanging
indents and italics (journal titles and volume numbers are italicized)
so youll need to remember to do that when you create your
I have included more than the 15 articles you requested, as some of
these are not specifically about adolescents. You will notice that
most of these come from Art Therapy and American Journal of Art
Therapy. At least 160 libraries carry the former and at least 555
have the latter. It is also possible that your library subscribes to
any of these listed below through a subscription database.
There are also a couple of articles that came from web sites; those
are broken down at the bottom and some further references that may be
Backos, A.K. & Pagon, B.E. (1999). Finding a voice: Art therapy with
female adolescent sexual abuse survivors. Art Therapy 16(3), 126-132.
Collie, K. & Cubranic, D. (1999). An art therapy solution to a
telehealth problem. Art Therapy 16(4), 186-193.
Dick, T. (2001). Brief group art therapy for acute psychiatric
inpatients. American Journal of Art Therapy, 39, 108-112.
Finn, C.A. (2003). Helping students cope with loss: Incorporating art
into group counseling. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 28,
Hanes, M.J. (2001). Retrospective review in art therapy: Creating a
visual record of the therapeutic process. American Journal of Art
Therapy, 40, 149-160.
Henley, D.R. (2000). Blessings in disguise: Idiomatic expression as a
stimulus in group art therapy with children. Art Therapy: Journal of
the American Art Association, 17, 270-275.
Henley, D.R. (1999). Questioning multiculturalism in art therapy:
Problems with political correctness and censorship. Art Therapy, 16,
Johnson, K. & Parkinson, S. (1999). Theres no point raging on your
own: Using art therapy in groups for people with eating disorders.
Group Analysis, 32(1), 87-96.
Kahn, B.B. (1999). Art therapy with adolescents: Making it work for
school counselors. Professional School Counseling, 2, 291-298.
Kozlowska, K., & Hanney, L. (2001). An art therapy group for children
traumatized by parental violence and separation. Clinical Child
Psychology & Psychiatry, 6, 49-78.
Kwiatkowska, H.Y. (2001). Family art therapy: Experiments with a new
technique. American Journal of Art Therapy, 40, 27-39.
Kymiss, P., Christenson, E., Swanson, A.J., & Orlowski, B. (1996).
Group treatment of adolescent inpatients: A pilot study using a
structured therapy approach. Journal of Child & Adolescent Group
Therapy, 6(1), 45-52.
Maat, M.B. (1997). A group art therapy experience for immigrant
adolescents. American Journal of Art Therapy, 36(1), 11+.
Martin, E. (1997). The symbolic graphic life-line: Integrating the
past and present through graphic imagery. Art Therapy, 14, 261-267.
Mayo, S. (1996). Symbol, metaphor and story: The function of group art
therapy in palliative care. Palliative Medicine, 10, 209-216.
Pifalo, T. (2002). Pulling out the thorns: Art therapy with sexually
abused children and adolescents. Art Therapy, 19, 12-22.
Pontieri, A. (2001). The effect of group art therapy on depressed
mothers and their children. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art
Therapy Association, 18, 148-157.
Prager, A. (1995). Pediatric art therapy: Strategies and applications.
Art Therapy, 12, 32-38.
Reynolds, M.W., Nabors, L., & Quinlan, A. The effectiveness of art
therapy: Does it
work? Art Therapy, 17, 207-213.
Riley, S. (2001). Art therapy with adolescents. The Western Journal of
Medicine, 175(1), 54+. Retrieved August 23, 2003, from
Swan-Foster, N., Lawlor, M., Scott, L., Angel, D., Ruiz, C.M., & Mana,
M. (2001). Inside an art therapy group: the student perspective. The
Arts in Psychotherapy, 28, 161-174.
Vick, R.N. (1999). Utilizing prestructured art elements in brief group
art therapy with adolescents. Art Therapy, 16(2), 68-77.
Hill, M.A. (n.d.). Healing grief through art: Art therapy bereavement
group workshops. Retrieved August 23, 2003, from
Payne, H. (n.d.). Arts therapies and psychotherapy training: An
international survey. Retrieved August 23, 2003, from
You may also find these articles listed on this sites pages of
Art Therapy Research Articles
Art Therapy Research Articles Online
Searched several indexes and databases limiting to peer-reviewed
journals and using terms
group art therapy
group art therapy AND adolescen*
art therapy AND adolescent*
art therapy AND group
group art therapy
group art therapy site:.edu
I hope this answers your question. If you require additional
information or if the links do not work, please ask for clarification
before rating my answer and Ill do my best to assist you.