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Evie Lindemann

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Department:Psychology
Title:Associate Professor
Background:Associate Professor of Art Therapy
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., John F. Kennedy University
M.A.A.T., Albertus Magnus College
Office:Aquinas, Room G12
Phone:(203) 773-8552
Email:elindemann@albertus.edu

Publications:

Jaser, Whittemore, Ambrosino, Lindemann, Hendrickson, & Grey. (2007) Coping and psychosocial adjustment in parents of young children with T1D (type 1 diabetes). Abstract 67th Scientific Sessions. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association.

Whittemore, Lindemann, Ambrosino, Jaser, & Grey. (2007). Development and pilot of an internet¬based CST program for teens with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Abstract & Poster Presentation 6ih Scientific Sessions. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association.

Jaser, Whittemore, Ambrosino, Lindemann, Hendrickson, & Grey. (2007). Coping and psychosocial adjustment in parents of young children with type 1 diabetes. Abstract. Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions.

Jefferson, Holl, Galasso, Lindemann, Flynt, Grey. (2007). Web-designed documentation for telephone health coaching for type 2 diabetes (T2DM) prevention in at-risk youth. Abstract. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 107(Suppl 3), 8.

Ambrosino, Whittemore, Dowd, Urban, Lindemann, Insabella, & Grey. (2006) Depressive symptom trajectories in youth with type 1 diabetes. Abstract & Poster Presentation 66th Scientific Sessions. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association.

Lindemann, E. (2005). Health, pp 190-191. In E. Dowling and W.G. Scarlett (Eds.), Dictionary of Religion and Spirituality. Sage Publications: Tufts University.
Ambrosino, Fennie, Hendrickson, Schilling, Urban, Insabella, Lindemann, & Grey, M. (2005). Coping skills training with parents of school-aged youth with type 1 diabetes improves family functioning. Diabetes, 54(Suppl. 1), A18.

Insabella, Lindemann, Harrison, Urban, & Grey. (2004). Family factors associated with depressive symptoms and metabolic control in school-aged children on intensive therapy. Abstract, 64th Scientific Sessions. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association.

Lindemann, E. (2003). Three rules of the road. In R. M. Donaldson, K. S. Lundgren & H. M. Spiro (Eds.),Yale Guide to Careers in Medicine and the Health Professions. New Haven & London: Yale University Press

Grey, Urban, Lindemann, Insabella, Berry, & Tamborlane. (2003). Can coping skills training for school¬aged youth and their parents improve psychosocial well-being and metabolic care. Abstract, 63rd Scientific Sessions. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association.

Berry, Whittemore, Urban, Lindemann, & Grey. (2003). Depression in youth with type 1 diabetes. Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners, 7(3), 60-70.

Lindemann, E. (2001-2005). Yale Newsletter for Children and Adolescents with Diabetes and their Parents. More, Corsetti, Endleman, Julian, Lindemann, & Spinelli. (2002). Techniques class, September 12, 2001/Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 19(3).

Lindemann, E. (1996-2000). Articles on the Integration of Spiritual Life. Meherana Messenger.

Lindemann, E. (1995-2000). Bioethics, Advance Directives and Employee Interviews. Memorial Hospital Newsmaker

Lindemann, E. (1992). Storytelling in therapy and everyday life. Journal for Psychological and Spiritual Integration, 5(1), 5-12.
 

Evie Lindemann