Web Materials: The Masculine Side of Grief Lesson 4


Web Articles

Christine Linnehan, LCPC, BC-DMT, FT “Beyond Words: A Creative Arts Approach to Counseling the Bereaved” ADEC Forum: Association of Death Education and Counseling Volume 39, No. 4 October 2013

Renzenbrink, I. “Art therapy, healing and spiritual growth: A reflective essay”. British Journal of Spirituality Studies, 2(2), 203–215. 2012 (For Purchase)

O’Connor, M., Nikoletti, S., Kristjanson, L. J., Loh, R., & Willcock, B. “Writing Therapy for the bereaved: Evaluation of an intervention.”  Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(2), 195-204. 2003. (For Purchase)

Corrie Inei “Using the Creative Arts in Grief Therapy” Counseling Connections Across Australia

Karla Helbert, “Creating Shrines and Altars for Healing from Grief”. GoodTherapy, August 31, 2011

Robinson, A. “A personal exploration of the power of poetry in palliative care, loss and bereavement.” International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 10(1), 32-39. (2004). (For Purchase)

Inge B. Corlesser et al.  “Languages of Grief: a model for understanding the expressions of the bereaved.” Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 2:1, 132-143, (2014) DOI: 10.1080/21642850.2013.879041 (full pdf)

Tony Walter “How People Who Are Dying or Mourning Engage with the Arts” Music & Arts in Action Vol 4, No 1 (2012) (full text)

Nalini Iype “The Experience of Grief: A Novice Art Therapist’s Exploration” Graduate Centre for Applied Psychology, Athabasca University July 2009 (full text)



Tom Golden’s website dedicated to grief and healing. A rich resource for materials and online support.

American Art Therapy Association

Official website of the AATA. A good source for research findings, materials, and a list of certified art therapists.

Shadow Poetry

A Poet’s Writing Resource