Adventure Therapy Best Practices Bibliography

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Fitsimmons, P. & Elshof, T. (1993). Scared Spitless: The Therapeutic Power of Language in Adventure Therapy in Exploring the Boundaries of Adventure Therapy International Perspectives: Proceedings of the 1st International Adventure Therapy Conference: Perth, Australia. (Ed. Christian Itin) Association for Experiential Education: Boulder, CO.
Friese, G., Hendee, J. C., & Kinziger, M. (1998). The wilderness experience WEP industry in the United States characteristics and dynamics. (Edited by: John and Kara Susan). University of Idaho, Moscow.
Garvey, D. & Gass, M. (1997). Instructor qualifications: What directors want. In Deeply Rooted Branching Out: Annual AEE International Conference Proceedings. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.
Gass, M. (2008). Programming the Transfer of Learning in Adventure Education. In Theory and Practice of Experiential Education. (Eds.) Karren Warren, Denise Mitten & TA Loeffler. Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education.
Gass, M. (1994). The theoretical foundations for adventure family therapy. In Adventure Therapy: Therapeutic Applications of Adventure Programming. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/ Hunt Publishing Co.
Gass, Michael A. (1993). Adventure Therapy: Therapeutic Applications of Adventure Programming. The Association for Experiential Education. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Dubuque, IA.
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Gass, M.A. & Gillis, H. L. (1995). CHANGES: An assessment model using adventure experiences. Journal of Experiential Education, 18(1), 34-40.
Gass, M. (1999). Transfer of learning in adventure programming. In J. Miles & S. Priest (Eds.) Adventure Programming. State College, PA: Venture Publishing, Co.
Gass, M. (1993a). The Evolution of Processing Adventure Therapy Experiences. In Adventure Therapy: Therapeutic Applications of Adventure Programming. (Ed.) Michael Gass. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Co.
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Gillis, L. & Gass, M. (1995). CHANGES: An Assessment Model Using Adventure Experiences. Journal of Experiential Education. 18(1), 34-40.
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