- War Child/TPO Uganda case studies
- Creative activities chapter -Animation case study Helen Mason
- CHILDSPLA: Joan Ashworth et,al
- Animation and Creative Recovery
- A Mixed Methods Study of the Re-Animation Approach within a Forensic Mental Health Setting
- The re‐animation approach: animation and therapy
- Family reflections (Royal College of Art)
- Animation in Therapy: The innovative uses of haptic animation in clinical and community therapeutic practice.
- NESTA: Animation in Therapy Project
- The Family Animation project (NESTA 2009)
- Dare to Dream: The use of animation in occupational therapy
War Child/TPO Uganda case studies
Psychiatrists and social workers from TPO Uganda are currently working on case studies documenting their work implemented the Re-Animation Approach into their practice with South Sudanese refugees attending War Child's child friendly spaces, accessing treatment and help by TPO Uganda. Mason, Creek and Brodskis worked together adapting the Re-Animation Approach Level One training program for use in Uganda with cross generations, using a variety of languages and differing trauma needs. Creek and Brodskids traveled out to Uganda to deliver the training to TPO staff in Gulu town as well as visiting the child friendly spaces.
The project is being evaluated by Professor Rachel Tribe of The University of East London the results will be published in 2017.