References And Professional Literature On Metaphors

In the professional literature there are many books and journal articles about metaphors that provide research into metaphor processing, offer case histories, and give examples and sources of metaphors. Throughout the text of this book, I have minimized the amount of referencing and reiteration of other people's research so as to give maximum space to the stories and the techniques for using them. To help you further explore the science, theory, styles, and applications of healing stories, I have sought to provide a comprehensive bibliography, which includes a broad cross-section of the literature (some of which takes a different orientation than does my own). In this section are all the articles and books I have cited in the text. Some of them are repeated in following sections so as to make them readily accessible both alphabetically and thematically.

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Amos, J. (1997). Lonely: Stories about feelings and how to cope with them. Bath, U.K.: Cherrytree Books.

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Amos, J., & Spenceley, A. (1997b). Why fight? Slough, U.K.: Cherrytree Books.

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Barker, P. (1985). Using metaphors in psychotherapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Battino, R. (2002). Metaphoria: Metaphor and guided metaphor for psychotherapy and healing. Carmarthen, U.K.: Crown House.

Battino, R., & South, T. L. (1999). Ericksonian approaches: A comprehensive manual. Carmarthen, U.K.: Crown House.

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Beck, A. (1976). Cognitive therapy and the emotional disorders. New York: International Universities Press.

Beck, A., Brown, G., Berchick, R., Stewart, B., & Steer, R. (1990). Relationship between hopelessness and ultimate suicide: A replication with psychiatric outpatients. American Journal of Psychiatry, 147, 190-195.

Berg, I. K., & Dolan, Y. (2001). Tales of solutions: A collection of hope-inspiring stories. New York: Norton.

Berg, I. K., & Steiner, T. (2003). Children's solution work. New York: Norton.

Bettleheim, B. (1976). The uses of enchantment: The meaning and importance of fairy tales. New York: Knopf.

Bettleheim, B. (1984). Freud and man's soul. New York: Vintage Books.

Black, M. (1962). Models and metaphors. New York: Ithaca.

Boik, B. L., & Goodwin, E. A. (2000). Sandplay therapy: A step-by-step manual for psychotherapists of diverse orientations. New York: Norton

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Brinkmeyer, M. Y., & Eyberg, S. M. (2003). Parent-child interaction therapy for oppositional children. In A. E. Kazdin & J. R. Weisz (Eds.), Evidence-basedpsychotherapies for children and adolescents (pp. 204-223). New York: Guilford Press.

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Burns, G. W. (1999). Nature-guided therapy: A case example of ecopsychology in clinical practice. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 3(2), 9-16.

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Campbell, J. (1986). The inner reaches of outer space: Metaphor as myth and as religion. New York: Harper & Row.

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Cohen, T. (1979). Metaphor and the cultivation of intimacy. In S. Sacks (Ed.), On metaphor (pp. 1— 10). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Combs, G., & Freedman, J. (1990) Symbol, story, and ceremony: Using metaphor in individual and family therapy. New York: Norton.

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Eva, D., & Lalak, N. (2003). Bush magic. In J. Pastorelli (Ed.), Enriching the experience: An interpretive guide to tour guiding (pp. 271—274). Sydney, Australia: Pearson Education.

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