The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing: Writing Myself

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Author Index
Allende, I. 107
Anonymous G.P. 107, 161
Arigho, B. 191
Ashbridge, E. 46
Atlas, J.A., Smith, P. and Sessoms, L. 103, 206, 216
Baldwin, C. 31, 48, 110, 206
Bankhead, T. 29
Barrie, J.M. 109
Bartlett, J. 57
Barton, J. 165
Bauby, D. 107
Bender, M. 184
Beowulf 49
Berger, J. 107
Bettleheim, B. 77–78
Birren, J. and Deutchman, D. 105
Blackman, R. 65
Blodgett, H. 45
Bolton, G. 24, 49, 51, 59, 104
Bolton, G. and Ahmedzai, S. 203
Bornat, J. 105
Brimacombe, M. 113, 121
Brody, H. 66, 105
Bromley, J. 161
Brothwell, M.A. 156–157
Brown, J. 68–69, 103
Burford, T. 51
Byron, C. 24, 99, 140, 221
Caduceus 26
Calman, K. and Downie, R. 161
Calvi, J. 44
Campbell, D. 107
Carroll, L. 105, 111, 196
Cashdan, E. 223
Cixous, H. 81, 225–226
Clare, J. 104
Cleveland Peck, P. 30, 47
Cocteau, J. 224–225, 227
Coleman, P. 190
Coleridge, S.T. 94, 104, 184
Cullen, R. 165
Dalton, A. 179–181
Daniel, R. 177
Davidoff, L. 51
Day Lewis, C. 100
Dexter, L. 92
Dickinson, J. 59–60
Dight, D. 55
Dixon, M. 208
Doherty, B. 42–43, 143
Doty, M. 103
Downie, R.S. and Charlton, B. 104
Drazba, J. 176
Dudley, K. 160
Dunn, D. 103
Dunn, S., Morrison, B. and Roberts, M. 217
Edge, B. 135, 182
Eliot, T.S. 61, 65, 67, 98, 213
Ellis, C. 161
Field, E. 31–32
Fine, D. 27
Frampton, D.R. 25, 27, 105
Frank, A. 31
Freud, A. 20, 214–215
Freud, S. 81, 96, 217
Fuchel, J. 103
Gendlin, E.T. 90
Gersie, A. and King, A. 104
Gibran, K. 69
Gibson, F. 191
Glaister, L. 97, 198
Godhino, C. 175
Goldberg, N. 49
Graham, E.H., Hinds, E., Hobby, E. and Willcocks 47
Graves, P.L. 206
Grubrick-Simitis, I. 62
Haddock, B.D. 205
Hall, E. 44
Hamberger, R. 101, 103, 222
Harrower, M. 98, 101, 103–104, 178
Hart, D. 28, 81, 161
Hart, L. 107, 217
Hartley, L.P. 85
Heaney, S. 220
Heaton, M. 156, 170–171
Heller, T. 121, 127
Henzell, J. 68
Herzog, J. 62
Hillman, J. 75, 198
Hippocrates 15, 28, 95
Hjelmstadt, L.T. 156
Hopkins, G.M. 78, 224
Howell, M. 167
Hudson Jones, A. 107
Hughes, T. 20, 197, 213
Ingalls Wilder, L. 184
Ivison, I. 107
Jacobs, D. and Mack, J.E. 58
Jenkins, J. 182
Jordan, K.B. and L’Abate, L. 205
Jung, C.G. 77, 81, 96
Karr, M. 107
Kay, J. 178
Keane, F. 57
Keats, J. 75, 225
Killick, J. 190, 191, 192–194
Kokkenen, J. 225
Kopp, S. 26
L’Abate, L. 204–205
Lane, B. 206
Lao Tsu 61
Latham, J. 64
Lester, E. and Terry, R. 101, 205
Levertov, D. 225
Levieva, Y. 156, 179
Levine, S.K. 195, 196
Lewis, D. 172–173
Luidens, P.M. 34, 100
Lyons, P. 141
Lyotard, J.F. 213
Maisey, M.C. 24
Mallon, B. 93–94
Mantel, H. 107
Marples, G. 115, 153–155, 163–164
Massereene-James, G. 20, 211–212
McLellan, M.F. 107

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