OTHER PUBLICATIONS & ARTICLES by Joseph J. Moreno, MT
(2005). The magical music shop. Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama and Sociometry, 58(1), 35-42.
(2004). Music therapy and pain management: A multicultural perspective, Croatian Review of Rehabilitation Research, 40(2), 175-181.
(2003). Double vision: Moreno and Dostoevsky, The International Journal of Action Methods, 54(4), 165-167.
(1991-2002). International perspectives. Music Therapy Perspectives (continuing in AMTA’s Music Therapy Matters). (Sixteen columns written over 11 years.)
(1999). Ancient sources and modern applications: The creative arts in psychodrama. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 26(2), 95-101.
(1999). Orpheus in hell: Music and therapy in the Holocaust. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 26(1), 3-14.
(1995). Ethnomusic therapy: An interdisciplinary approach to music and healing. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 22(5), 1-10.
(1995). Candomblé: Afro-Brazilian ritual as therapy. In C. Kenny (Ed.), Listening, playing, creating: Essays on the power of sound. State University of New York Press.
(1992). Berkowitz on Hofmann. Clavier, 31(4), 20-22.
(1991). Musical psychodrama in Naples. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 18, 331-339.
(1991). The music therapist: Creative arts therapist and contemporary shaman. In Campbell, D. (Ed.). Music: Physician for times to come (pp.167-185). Wheaton, IL: Quest Books.
(1990). With Committee for International Relations. International music therapy: a global perspective. Music Therapy Perspectives, 8, 41-46.
(1989). The paiste sound creation gongs in music therapy. Music Therapy Perspectives, 7, 77-80.
(1989). With Crowe, B. & Winn, T. Shamanism and music therapy: Ancient healing techniques and modern practice. Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? Music Therapy Perspectives, 7, 69-71.
(1988). The music therapist: Creative arts therapist and contemporary shaman. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 15, 271-280.
(1988). Creative therapy: The shaman's legacy, The Arts in Psychotherapy, 15, 297-300.
(1988). Statement: Towards a universal music consciousness. Music Therapy, 7(1), 76-78.
(1988). Multicultural music therapy: The world music connection. Journal of Music Therapy, Vol. 25(1), 17-27.
(1987). The therapeutic role of the blues singer and considerations for the clinical applications of the blues form. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 14, 333-340.
(1985). Multicultural music therapy and music education: The world music connection. Bulletin of the Portuguese Society for Music Education. Lisbon, Portugal.
(1985). Music play therapy: An integrated approach. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 12(1), 17-23.
(1985). Musical psychodrama in Paris. Music Therapy Perspectives, 1(4), 2-6.
(1980). Musical psychodrama: A new direction in music therapy. Journal of Music Therapy, 27(1), 34-42.
(1977). Non-directive music play therapy. (translated). Bulletin of the Portuguese Society for Music Education, Lisbon, Portugal.
(1972). With Fernando Laires. Biographical article on pianist Vianna da Motta. (published in booklet accompanying recording released by the International Piano Archives). New York.
(1969). The identity of the music therapist. Journal of Music Therapy, 6(1), 19-21.