Walker, M., Kaimal, G. Koffman, R., & DeGraba, T. J. (2016). Art therapy for PTSD and TBI: A senior active duty military service member’s therapeutic journey. The Arts in Psychotherapy 49(2): 10-16. Doi: 10.1016/j.aip.2016.05.015


Kaimal, G., Gonzaga, A.M.L., & Schwachter, V. (2016). Crafting, health and well-being: National trends and implications for art therapists. Arts and Health. Doi: 10.1080/17533015.2016.1185447

Kaimal, G., & Jordan, W. (forthcoming 2016). Do incentive-based programs improve teacher quality and student achievement? An analysis of implementation in 12 charter schools. Teachers College Record, 118 (9).

Kaimal, G., Drescher, J., Fairbank, H., Gonzaga, A, Junkin, J. &, White, G.P. (2016). Learning about leadership from a visit to the art museum, 17(6). Retrieved from

 Kaimal, G., Ray, K., & Muniz, J.M. (2016 forthcoming) Outcomes of visual self-expression: Changes in cortisol and narratives of self-perceived impact. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.

Kaimal, G., Miller, G., Rattigan, M.D., & Haddy, J. (in press). Implications of national trends in digital media use for art therapy practice. Journal of clinical art therapy.

Kaimal, G. (2014). Motherhood mechanized. In R. Badruddoja (Ed.), X does not mark my spot: Voices from the South Asian Diaspora. New Delhi: Zubaan.

Kaimal, G. (2014). What is your name? In R. Badruddoja (Ed.), X does not mark my spot: Voices from the South Asian Diaspora. New Delhi: Zubaan.

Kaimal, G. & Beardsleee, W.R. (2015). The Perceived Impact of Parental Depression on the Narrative Construction of Personal Identity: Reflections from Emerging Adults. Narrative works, 5, 1.

Kaimal, G., Drescher, J., Fairbank, H., Gonzaga, A & White, G.P. (2014). Inspiring creativity in school leaders: Leadership lessons from the creative arts. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 15 (4). Retrieved from

Kaimal, G. (2014). Being an A-R-T-I-S-T: Challenges and Opportunities of Connecting Art, Research, Transformation, Imagery &StoryTelling. Retrieved from

Kaimal, G. (2013, December 27). The Pragmatist’s guide to Long Distance Evaluations. Retrieved from

Kaimal, G. (2013). Arts stories. Art therapy blog index. Retrieved from

Kaimal, G., Barber, M., Schulman, M., & Reed, P. (2012). Preparation of urban high school principals in Philadelphia through multi-organizational partnerships. Journal of School Leadership, 22, 5: 902-921.

Huang, T., Kaimal, G., Beachum, F., White G., &, Fitzgerald, A (2012). Preparing urban school Leaders: What works. Planning and Changing Journal, 43, 1: 72-95

Brooks, W., Kaimal, G., Savage, L., & Gonzaga, A. (2012). Inspiring academically talented high school students to consider teaching in urban schools. Urban Review, 44, 4: 423-440.

Kaimal, G. & Beardslee, W.R. (2010). Emerging Adulthood and the perceptions of parental depression. Qualitative Health Research, 20, 9, 1213-1229.

Kaimal, G. (2008). Alana’s advice: Where there is a clique you got to think quick. [Review of the book by A.S. Bender]. Educational Review. Retrieved from 

Kaimal, G., Steinberg, A.G., Ennis, S., Moyer-Harasink, S, Ewing, R., Li, Y. (2007). Parental narratives about genetic testing for hearing loss: a one-year follow up study.Journal of Genetic Counseling, 16, 6, 775-787.

Steinberg, A., Kaimal, G., Bain, L., Krantz, I. & Li, Y. (2007). Parental  narratives on genetic testing for children with hearing loss: a qualitative inquiry. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 143A, 14, 1533-1545.

Steinberg, A., Kaimal, G. Ewing, R., Soslow, L., Lewis, K., Krantz, I. & Li, Y. (2007).Parental narratives on genetic testing for hearing loss: Implications for audiologists working with children with hearing loss and their families. The American Journal of Audiology,16, 1-11.

Li, Y., Steinberg, A., Bain, L., Yaeger, D., Bieler, A., Ewing, R., Kaimal, G., & Krantz, I.

(2007). Assessing parental attitudes towards genetic testing for hearing loss: before and after genetic consultation. American Journal of Medical Genetics,143A, 14, 1546-1553.

Kaimal, G., & Gerber, N. (2007). Impressions over time: Community progressive murals in an outpatient HIV/AIDS clinic. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34, 2, 151-162.

Kaimal, G. & Nayar, N. (2003). The myth of wild oats. In Azmina Ladha (Ed.), Re-righting reality: Young women on their search for self. Center for Research on violence against women and children (pp 57-63). Vancouver, Canada: Simon Fraser University Press.

Kaimal, G. (Spring 2003). Docile wives and duty-bound husbands: myth and gender roles in the Ramayana. South Asian Journal, 1,1, 10-16.

Kaimal, G (2003). Gen X meets Gen-Y: Youth perceptions and concerns about the future. Foresight and Governance Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Available at

Kaimal, G. (2002). Sound bytes from the field: Community Problem Solving and the

Internet. Project on community building headed by Dr. X.D. Briggs, John F. Kennedy

School of  Government, Harvard University and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Retrieved from conf/pdf/girija_kaimal.pdf.