Embodied Social Justice
Johnson, R. (2015). Grasping and transforming the embodied experience of oppression. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), 80-95.
Johnson, R. (2014). Contacting gender. Gestalt Review, 18(3), 207-225.
Johnson, R. (2009). Oppression embodied: Exploring the intersections of somatic psychology, trauma, and oppression. United States Association of Body Psychotherapy Journal, 8(1), 19-31.
Somatic Research Methods
Caldwell, C. and Johnson, R. (2015). Research 101 for body psychotherapists. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(2), 47-54.
Johnson. R. (2014). Somatic psychotherapy and research: Walking the common ground. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy: An International Journal for Theory, Research and Practice, 9(2), 82-92.
Caldwell, C. and Johnson, R. (2012). Cultivating a somatically-informed research mind. In C. Young (Ed.) About the science of body psychotherapy (pp.27-35). Galashiels, UK: Body Psychotherapy Publications.
Caldwell, C. and Johnson, R. (2012). Embodying difference: Addressing issues of diversity and social justice in dance/movement therapy research. In C. Berrol and R. Cruz (Eds.) Dance movement therapists in action: A working guide to research options (2nd ed., pp. 121-140). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishers.
Johnson, R. (2011). Knowing in our bones: The embodied knowledge of somatic educators. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Publishers.
Johnson, R. (2009). The artful body: A narrative of embodied relationship with the arts. In M. Beattie (Ed.), The quest for meaning: Teaching, learning and the arts. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.
Johnson, R. (2000). Elemental movement: A somatic approach to movement education. Boca Raton, FL: Universal Press.