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ISSUE #2 – WINTER 2021

References

Carbone, E. T., & Zoellner, J. M. (2012). Nutrition and health literacy: a systematic review to inform            nutrition research and practice. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics112(2), 254-265.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). Evaluating dietary information. Perth, Western Australia: Centre for Clinical Interventions

Cha, E., Kim, K. H., Lerner, H. M., Dawkins, C. R., Bello, M. K., Umpierrez, G., & Dunbar, S. B. (2014). Health literacy, self-efficacy, food label use, and diet in young adults. American journal of health behavior38(3), 331-339.

Government of Canada. (2019). Canada's food guide: Healthy eating recommendations. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/healthy-eating-recommendations/marketing-can-influence-your-food-choices/

Guardiola‐Wanden‐Berghe, R., Gil‐Pérez, J. D., Sanz‐Valero, J., & Wanden‐Berghe, C. (2011). Evaluating the quality of websites relating to diet and eating disorders. Health Information & Libraries Journal28(4), 294-301.

Health Link BC. (2020). Finding reliable healthy eating information on the internet. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthy-eating/reliable-information

Holmberg, C., Berg, C., Dahlgren, J., Lissner, L., & Chaplin, J. E. (2019). Health literacy in a complex digital media landscape: pediatric obesity patients’ experiences with online weight, food, and health information. Health Informatics Journal25(4), 1343-1357.

Johnson, C. A. (2015). The information diet: A case for conscious comsumption. " O'Reilly Media, Inc.".

 

McLean, S. A., Wertheim, E. H., Masters, J., & Paxton, S. J. (2017). A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders50(7), 847-851.

National Institutes of Health. (2011). How to evaluate health information on the internet: Questions and answers. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://ods.od.nih.gov/HealthInformation/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx

Spettigue, W., & Henderson, K. A. (2004). Eating disorders and the role of the media. The Canadian child and adolescent psychiatry review13(1), 16.

Wade, T. D., Davidson, S., & O'Dea, J. A. (2003). A preliminary controlled evaluation of a school‐based             media literacy program and self‐esteem program for reducing eating disorder risk factors. International Journal of Eating Disorders33(4), 371-383.

https://wellseek.co/2017/11/30/need-stop-labeling-food-good-bad/

www.anad.org/get-informed/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/

Galmiche et al. (2019)

www.eatingdisorderscoalition.ca/blog/2020/1/27/rise-up-advocacy-amp-eating-disorders-awareness-week-edaw

Statistics Canada, 2016

References

Cohen, N.H., Findlay, J.C., Carr, R. & Vanderlan, J. (2014). “Check, change what you need to change and/or keep what you want’: An art therapy neurobiological-based trauma protocol. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 31(2), 69-78.

Coqueiro, N.F., Vieira, F.R., Costa Freitas, M.M. (2010). Art as a therapeutic tool in mental health. Acta Paul Enferm, 23(6), 859-862.

Hemmings, S., Jakobowitz, S., Abas, M. et al. (2016). Responding to the health needs of survivors of human trafficking: a systematic review. BMC Health Serv Res 16, 320.

Linklater, R. (2014). Decolonizing trauma work. Fernwood Publishing, Winnipeg, 9-175.

Lock, J., Fitzpatrick, K.K., Agres, W.S., Weinbach, N. & Booil, J. (2018). Feasibility study combining art therapy or cognitive remediation therapy with family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa. European Eating Disorder Review, 26(1), 62-68.

Lu, L., & Yuen, F. (2012).  Journey women: Art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39 (3), 192-200.

Malchiodi, C.A. (Ed.). (2011). Handbook of Art Therapy. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Regev, D., Kurt, H. & Snir, S. (2016). Silence during art therapy: The art therapist’s perspective. International Journal of Art Therapy, 21(3), 86-94.

Schouten, R.A., de Niet, G.J., Knipscheer, J.W., Kleber, R.J., Hutschemaekers, G.J.M. (2015). The effectiveness of art therapy in the treatment of traumatized adults: A systemic review on art therapy and trauma. Trauma, violence, & abuse, 16(2). 220-228.

Smeijsters, H., & Cleven, G. (2006). The treatment of aggression using arts therapies in forensic psychiatry: Results from a qualitative inquiry.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33(1), 37-58.

Steele, W., & Malchoidi, C.A. (2012). Trauma informed practices with children and adults.  Routledge, New York, 1-233.

Talwar, S. (2007). Accessing traumatic memory through art making: An art therapy trauma protocol. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34(1), 22-35.

Walsh, C.A., Rutherford, G. & Crough, M.  (2013). Arts-based research: Creating social change for incarcerated women. Creative Approaches to Research, 6(1), 119-139.

Wilkinson, R,A., Chilton, G. (2013). Positive art therapy: Linking positive psychology to art therapy theory, practice, and research. Art Therapy: Journal of American Art Therapy Association, 30 (1).

 

ISSUE #1 – FALL 2020

Resources:

https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/special-issues/men

https://www.eatright.org/health/diseases-and-conditions/eating-disorders/eating-disorders-also-affect-boys-and-men

https://www.psycom.net/eating-disorders-men

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/22/male-anorexia-shame-still-stops-men-getting-help

https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/statistics-research-eating-disorders

https://.www. bana.ca/resources/

https://www.ccu.health.wa.gov.au

https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/basics/perfectionism

www.unlockfood.ca/en/default.aspx
www.food-guide.canada.ca/en/
www.csep.ca/CMFiles/Guidelines/CSEP_PAGuidelines_0-65plus_en.pdf
www.Sleepfoundation.org
www.mindful.org/
www.intuitiveeating.org/
www.cpa.ca/docs/File/Publications/FactSheets/PsychologyWorksFactSheet_PhysicalActivity_MentalHealth_Motivation.pdf

ISSUE #2 – WINTER 2021

References

Carbone, E. T., & Zoellner, J. M. (2012). Nutrition and health literacy: a systematic review to inform            nutrition research and practice. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics112(2), 254-265.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). Evaluating dietary information. Perth, Western Australia: Centre for Clinical Interventions

Cha, E., Kim, K. H., Lerner, H. M., Dawkins, C. R., Bello, M. K., Umpierrez, G., & Dunbar, S. B. (2014). Health literacy, self-efficacy, food label use, and diet in young adults. American journal of health behavior38(3), 331-339.

Government of Canada. (2019). Canada's food guide: Healthy eating recommendations. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/healthy-eating-recommendations/marketing-can-influence-your-food-choices/

Guardiola‐Wanden‐Berghe, R., Gil‐Pérez, J. D., Sanz‐Valero, J., & Wanden‐Berghe, C. (2011). Evaluating the quality of websites relating to diet and eating disorders. Health Information & Libraries Journal28(4), 294-301.

Health Link BC. (2020). Finding reliable healthy eating information on the internet. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthy-eating/reliable-information

Holmberg, C., Berg, C., Dahlgren, J., Lissner, L., & Chaplin, J. E. (2019). Health literacy in a complex digital media landscape: pediatric obesity patients’ experiences with online weight, food, and health information. Health Informatics Journal25(4), 1343-1357.

Johnson, C. A. (2015). The information diet: A case for conscious comsumption. " O'Reilly Media, Inc.".

 

McLean, S. A., Wertheim, E. H., Masters, J., & Paxton, S. J. (2017). A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders50(7), 847-851.

National Institutes of Health. (2011). How to evaluate health information on the internet: Questions and answers. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://ods.od.nih.gov/HealthInformation/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx

Spettigue, W., & Henderson, K. A. (2004). Eating disorders and the role of the media. The Canadian child and adolescent psychiatry review13(1), 16.

Wade, T. D., Davidson, S., & O'Dea, J. A. (2003). A preliminary controlled evaluation of a school‐based             media literacy program and self‐esteem program for reducing eating disorder risk factors. International Journal of Eating Disorders33(4), 371-383.

https://wellseek.co/2017/11/30/need-stop-labeling-food-good-bad/

www.anad.org/get-informed/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/

Galmiche et al. (2019)

www.eatingdisorderscoalition.ca/blog/2020/1/27/rise-up-advocacy-amp-eating-disorders-awareness-week-edaw

Statistics Canada, 2016

References

Cohen, N.H., Findlay, J.C., Carr, R. & Vanderlan, J. (2014). “Check, change what you need to change and/or keep what you want’: An art therapy neurobiological-based trauma protocol. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 31(2), 69-78.

Coqueiro, N.F., Vieira, F.R., Costa Freitas, M.M. (2010). Art as a therapeutic tool in mental health. Acta Paul Enferm, 23(6), 859-862.

Hemmings, S., Jakobowitz, S., Abas, M. et al. (2016). Responding to the health needs of survivors of human trafficking: a systematic review. BMC Health Serv Res 16, 320.

Linklater, R. (2014). Decolonizing trauma work. Fernwood Publishing, Winnipeg, 9-175.

Lock, J., Fitzpatrick, K.K., Agres, W.S., Weinbach, N. & Booil, J. (2018). Feasibility study combining art therapy or cognitive remediation therapy with family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa. European Eating Disorder Review, 26(1), 62-68.

Lu, L., & Yuen, F. (2012).  Journey women: Art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39 (3), 192-200.

Malchiodi, C.A. (Ed.). (2011). Handbook of Art Therapy. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Regev, D., Kurt, H. & Snir, S. (2016). Silence during art therapy: The art therapist’s perspective. International Journal of Art Therapy, 21(3), 86-94.

Schouten, R.A., de Niet, G.J., Knipscheer, J.W., Kleber, R.J., Hutschemaekers, G.J.M. (2015). The effectiveness of art therapy in the treatment of traumatized adults: A systemic review on art therapy and trauma. Trauma, violence, & abuse, 16(2). 220-228.

Smeijsters, H., & Cleven, G. (2006). The treatment of aggression using arts therapies in forensic psychiatry: Results from a qualitative inquiry.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33(1), 37-58.

Steele, W., & Malchoidi, C.A. (2012). Trauma informed practices with children and adults.  Routledge, New York, 1-233.

Talwar, S. (2007). Accessing traumatic memory through art making: An art therapy trauma protocol. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34(1), 22-35.

Walsh, C.A., Rutherford, G. & Crough, M.  (2013). Arts-based research: Creating social change for incarcerated women. Creative Approaches to Research, 6(1), 119-139.

Wilkinson, R,A., Chilton, G. (2013). Positive art therapy: Linking positive psychology to art therapy theory, practice, and research. Art Therapy: Journal of American Art Therapy Association, 30 (1).

 

ISSUE #1 – FALL 2020

Resources:

https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/special-issues/men

https://www.eatright.org/health/diseases-and-conditions/eating-disorders/eating-disorders-also-affect-boys-and-men

https://www.psycom.net/eating-disorders-men

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/22/male-anorexia-shame-still-stops-men-getting-help

https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/statistics-research-eating-disorders

https://.www. bana.ca/resources/

https://www.ccu.health.wa.gov.au

https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/basics/perfectionism

www.unlockfood.ca/en/default.aspx
www.food-guide.canada.ca/en/
www.csep.ca/CMFiles/Guidelines/CSEP_PAGuidelines_0-65plus_en.pdf
www.Sleepfoundation.org
www.mindful.org/
www.intuitiveeating.org/
www.cpa.ca/docs/File/Publications/FactSheets/PsychologyWorksFactSheet_PhysicalActivity_MentalHealth_Motivation.pdf

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