Publications


ARTICLES (Scholarly and Peer Reviewed)

Ho, A.H.Y., Fong, T.C.T., Potash, J.S., Ho, V.F.L., Chen, E.Y.H. & Ho, R.T.H. (in press). Deconstructing patterns of social stigma toward people living with mental illness. Social Work Research.

Potash, J. S., Bardot, H., Moon, C. H., Napoli, M., Lyonsmith, A. & Hamilton, M. (2017). Ethical implications of cross-cultural international art therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 56, 74-82. doi: 10.1016/j.aip.2017.08.005

Ho, R.T.H., Potash, J.S., Ho, A.H.Y., Ho, V.F.L. & Chen, E.Y.H. (2017). Reducing mental illness stigma and fostering empathic citizenship: Community arts collaborative approach.  Social Work in Mental Health, 15(4), 469-485.  doi: 10.1080/15332985.2016.1236767

Potash, J. S., Mann, S. M., Martinez, J. C., Roach, A. B. & Wallace, N. M. (2016).  Spectrum of art therapy practice: Systematic review of Art Therapy 1983-2014.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 33(3), 119-127.  doi: 10.1080/07421656.2016.1199242

Potash, J. S., Burnie, M., Pearson, R., & Ramirez, W. (2016).  Restoring Wisconsin Art Therapy Association in Art Therapy History: Implications for professional definition and inclusivity.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 33(2), 99-102. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2016.1163994

Potash, J. S., Chen, J. Y. & Tsang, J. P. Y. (2016). Medical student mandala making for holistic well-being. BMJ Medical Humanities, 42, 17-25. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2015-010717

Potash, J.S., Doby-Copeland, C., Stepney, S. A., Washington, B.N., Vance, L.D., Short, G.M., Boston, C.G. & Ballbé ter Maat, M. (2015). Advancing multicultural and diversity competence in art therapy: American Art Therapy Association Multicultural Committee 1990 – 2015. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 32 (3), 146-150. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2015.1060837

Potash, J. S.  (2015).  Archetypal aesthetics: Viewing art through states of consciousness.  International Journal of Jungian Studies, 7 (2), 139-153. doi: 10.1080/19409052.2014.924984

Ho, R.T.H., Potash, J.S., Fang, F., & Rollins, J.  (2015).  Art viewing directives in hospital settings effect on mood.  Health Environments Research and Design Journal, 8 (3), 30-43. doi: 10.1177/1937586715575903

Betts, D., Potash, J. S., Luke, J. & Kelso, M.  (2015).  An art therapy study of visitor reactions to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.  Museum Management and Curatorship, 30 (1), 21-43. doi: 10.1080/09647775.2015.1008388

Ho, A.H.Y., Potash, J.S., Fong, T.C.T., Ho V.F.L., Chen, E.Y.H., Lau, R.H.W., AuYeung, F.S.W., & Ho, R.T.H. (2015). Psychometric properties of a Chinese version of the Stigma Scale: assessing the complex experiences of stigma and its relationship with self-esteem and depression among people living with mental illness. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 56, 198-205. doi: 10.1016/j.comppsych.2014.09.016

Potash, J. S., Chan, F., Ho, A. H. Y., Wang, X. L. & Cheng, C.  (2015).  A model for art therapy based supervision for end-of-life-care workers in Hong Kong.  Death Studies, 39, 44-51.  doi: 10.1080/07481187.2013.859187

Potash, J.S., Chen, J.Y., Lam, C.L.K. & Chau, V.T.W. (2014). Art-making in a Family Medicine clerkship: How does it affect medical student empathy? BMC Medical Education, 14 (247).  doi: 10.1186/s12909-014-0247-4

Ho, R. T. H., Potash, J. S., Lo, P. H. Y. & Wong, V.  (2014).  Holistic interventions to trauma management for teachers following disaster: Expressive arts and Integrated Body-mind-spirit approaches.  Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 24 (4), 275-284. doi: 10.1080/02185385.2014.92581

Potash, J. S. & Chen, J. Y.  (2014).  Art-mediated peer-to-peer learning of empathy.  The Clinical Teacher, 11 (5), 327-331.  doi: 10.1111/tct.12157.

Potash, J. S., Ho, A. H. Y., Chan, F., Wang, X. L. & Cheng, C.  (2014).  Can art therapy reduce death anxiety and burnout in end-of-life care workers? A quasi-experimental study.  International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 20 (5), 233-240. doi: 10.12968/ijpn.2014.20.5.233

Potash, J. S., Bardot, H., Wang, X. L., Chan, F., Ho, A. H. Y. & Cheng, C.  (2013).  Mandalas as indicators of burnout among end-of-life care workers.  Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 4 (3), 363-377. doi: 10.1386/jaah.4.3.363_1

Potash, J. S. & Ramirez, W.  (2013).  Broadening history, expanding possibilities: Contributions of Wayne Ramirez to art therapy.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 30 (4), 169-176. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2014.847084.

Potash, J. S., Ho, R. T. H., Chick, J. K. Y. & Au Yeung, F. S. W. (2013).  Viewing and engaging in an art therapy exhibit by people living with mental illness: Implications for empathy and social change.  Public Health, 127 (8), 735-744. doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2013.05.004.

Potash, J. S.  (2013).  A more complete knowing: The subjective objective partnership.  Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 4 (1), 49-56. doi: 10.1386/jaah.4.1.49_1

Potash, J. S., Bardot, H. and Ho, R.  (2012).  Conceptualizing International Art Therapy Education Standards. The Arts in Psychotherapy. 39 (2), 143-150.  doi: 10.1016/j.aip.2012.03.003

Ho, R. T. H., Fan, F. M., Lai, A. H. Y., Lo, P. H. Y., Potash, J. S., Kalmanowitz, D. L., Nan, J. K. M., Pon, A. K. L., Shi, Z. B., Chan, C. L. W. (2012). An expressive arts-based and strength-focused experiential training program for enhancing the efficacy of teachers affected by earthquake in China. Creative Education, 3 (1), 67–74. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.31011

Potash, J. S. & Ho, R. T. H.  (2011).  Drawing involves caring: Fostering relationship building through art therapy for social change. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 28 (2), 74-81. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2011.578040

Potash, J. (2011).  Art therapists as intermediaries for social change.  Journal of Arts for Life, 2 (1), 48-58.

Ho, R. T. H., Potash, J. S., Fu, W., Wong, K. P. L. & Chan, C. L. W.  (2010).  Changes in breast cancer patients after psychosocial intervention as indicated in drawings.  Psycho-oncology, 19 (4), 353-360doi: 10.1002/pon.1551

Kalmanowitz, D. & Potash, J. S.  (2010).  Ethical considerations in the global teaching and promotion of art therapy to non-art therapists.  Arts in Psychotherapy, 37 (1), 20-26. doi: 10.1016/j.aip.2009.11.002

Potash, J. S.  (2009).  Fast food art, talk show therapy: Adolescence and mass media in art therapy.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 26 (2) 52-57. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2009.10129746

Potash, J. S.  (2005).  Rekindling the multicultural history of AATA.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 22 (4), 184-189. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2005.10129522

 

ARTICLES (Non-Peer Reviewed)

Potash, J. S. (2016, May 4). Color Party: TEDx NYU. Art Therapy Today. http://multibriefs.com/briefs/aata/aata050416.php

Potash, J. & Sunderland, L. (2016, Mar. 30). Representing Art Therapy in the Schools – NEA New Business Item D: Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP). Art Therapy Today. http://multibriefs.com/briefs/aata/aata033016.php

Potash, J. S. (2015, Oct.). Locating the Pre-History of AATA in Wisconsin. American Art Therapy Association Monthly Update. Retrieved from http://www.arttherapy.org/upload/eupdate1015.pdf [Reprinted: (2015, Fall). Wisconsin Art Therapy Association The Sketchpad, 20(2), 5-6.]

Potash, J. S.  (2012). Here and Now: A Jewish understanding of Buddhist teaching. Asian Jewish Life: A Journal of Spirit, Society and Culture, 8, 35-37.

Potash, J. S.  (2010). International Spotlight: Hong Kong, American Art Therapy Association Newsletter, 43 (4), 6-7.

Potash, J. S.  (2009-10, Winter).  Reflections on Sichuan.  Asian Jewish Life: A Journal of Spirit, Society and Culture, 1, 28-31.

Potash, J. S.  (2009.08 – 2009.10).  On the couch (semi-regular advice column). South China Morning Post.

Potash, J. S.  (2007.10 – 2009.05). Home and Health (monthly column on wellness, psychology, and Jewish spirituality). Jewish Times Asia. (archived back issues)

Potash, J. S.  (2006).  In response to Levick’s “Regarding Potash’s Viewpoints”.  Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 23 (1), 6.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Potash, J. S. (in press). Create Your Own: Kramer’s Criteria for Art toward Understanding Art Therapy [Working Title]. In L. Gerity & S. Anand (Ed.), The Legacy of Edith Kramer: A Multifaceted View, (pp. TBA), New York, NY: Routledge.

Potash, J. S. (in press).  Hong Kong IS a Small Town: Art Therapy–and Dual Relationships–with Members of the Expat Community [Working Title].  In A. Di Maria (Ed.), Ethics in Art Therapy [Working Title], (pp. TBA),  New York, NY: Routledge.

Fenner, P., Kalmanowitz, D. & Potash, J. S. & De Quadros, A., (in press).  Arts and health in Asia: Opportunities and challenges (working title).  In V. Lin, S. Fawkes, K. Engelhardt & S. Mercado (Eds.), Health Promotion Systems and Strategies in Asia: Preparing for the Asia Century, (pp. TBA), New York, NY: Springer.

Potash, J. S. & Garlock, L. R.  (2016).  Unconscious compensation and integration: Art making for wholeness and balance.  In K. Madden (Ed.) The Unconscious Roots of Creativity, (pp. 189-216), Asheville, NC: Chiron.

Potash, J. S. (2016). Response Art: Using Creative Activity to Deepen Exhibit Engagement. In E. M. Gokcigdem (Ed.), Fostering Empathy Through Museums, (pp. 77-91), Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Potash, J. S. & Kalmanowitz, D.  (2016).  Social action research methodologies in art therapy.  In D. Gussak & M. Rosal (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of art therapy, (pp. 626-635), Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Potash, J. S.  (2014).  Defining values: Many settings, singular identity.  In M. B. Junge (Ed.), Identity and art therapy: Personal and professional perspectives, (pp. 148-157), Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Potash, J. S. & Ho, R. T. H.  (2014).  Expressive therapies for bereavement: The state of the arts.  In B. E. Thompson & R. A. Neimeyer  (Eds.), Grief and the expressive arts: Practices for creating meaning, (pp. 28-32), New York, NY and London, UK: Routledge.

Potash, J. S.  (2013).  A more complete knowing: The subjective objective partnership.  In S. McNiff (Ed.), Art as research: Opportunities and challenges, (pp. 153-160), Bristol, UK: Intellect Books and Chicago, IL: University of Chicago.

Kalmanowitz, D., Potash, J. S. & Chan, S. M.  (2012).  Introduction to art therapy in Asia.  In. D. Kalmanowitz, J. S. Potash & S. M. Chan (Eds.), Art therapy in Asia: To the bone or wrapped in silk, (pp. 24-34), London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Kalmanowitz, D., Potash, J. S. & Chan, S. M.  (2012).  Critical themes of art therapy in Asia.  In. D. Kalmanowitz, J. S. Potash & S. M. Chan (Eds.), Art therapy in Asia: To the bone or wrapped in silk, (pp. 35-50), London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Potash, J. S. & Kalmanowitz, D.  (2012).  Reflecting on materials and process in Sichuan, China.  In. D. Kalmanowitz, J. S. Potash & S. M. Chan (Eds.), Art therapy in Asia: To the bone or wrapped in silk, (pp. 196-208), London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Kalmanowitz, D., Potash, J. S. & Chan, S. M.  (2012).  Implications of art therapy in Asia.  In. D. Kalmanowitz, J. S. Potash & S. M. Chan (Eds.), Art therapy in Asia: To the bone or wrapped in silk, (pp. 312-321), London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Potash, J. S. & Handel, S.  (2012).  Memory boxes.  In. R. Neimeyer (Ed.), Techniques of grief therapy: Creative practices for counseling the bereaved, (pp. 243-246), New York, NY: Routledge.

Potash, J. S. & Doby-Copeland, C.  (2011).  Hero, messenger, or mystic: Cross-cultural symbol understanding.  In M. Pope, J. Pangelinan, & A. Coker (Eds.), Experiential activities for teaching multicultural competence in counseling, (pp. 76-78), Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

 

BOOKS

Kalmanowitz, D., Potash, J. S. & Chan, S. M.  (Eds.). (2012). Art therapy in Asia: To the bone or wrapped in silk.  London, UK and Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley.

* Also available in Korean from Sigma Press, Seoul, Korea.