Jasmine Townsend
Jasmine Townsend
Assistant Professor of Recreational Therapy, Clemson University
Verified email at clemson.edu
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Modeling family leisure and related family constructs: A national study of US parent and youth perspectives
RA Poff, RB Zabriskie, JA Townsend
Journal of Leisure Research 42 (3), 365-391, 2010
Nature-based recreational therapy for military service members: A strengths approach
BL Hawkins, JA Townsend, BA Garst
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 50 (1), 55, 2016
Family leisure among families with a child in mental health treatment: Therapeutic recreation implications
JA Townsend, RB Zabriskie
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 44 (1), 11, 2010
The core and balance model of family leisure functioning: A systematic review
JA Townsend, M Van Puymbroeck, RB Zabriskie
Leisure Sciences 39 (5), 436-456, 2017
Family leisure functioning: A cross-national study
CJ Hodge, RB Zabriskie, JA Townsend, DL Eggett, R Poff
Leisure sciences 40 (3), 194-215, 2018
Preliminary long-term health outcomes associated with recreation-based health and wellness programs for injured service members
J Townsend, BL Hawkins, JL Bennett, J Hoffman, T Martin, E Sotherden, ...
Cogent Psychology 5 (1), 1444330, 2018
Australian family leisure: Modelling parent and youth data
RA Poff, RB Zabriskie, JA Townsend
Annals of leisure Research 13 (3), 420-438, 2010
Parental perceptions of changes in family well-being following participation in a camp: Experiences of families with a child with ASD
JA Townsend, M Van Puymbroeck
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 51 (2), 143, 2017
Development and evaluation of a family recreation intervention for families with an adolescent with an autism spectrum disorder
J Townsend, M Van Puymbroeck
American Journal of Recreation Therapy 11 (4), 27-37, 2012
The creation of military family leisure experiences
KK Melton, J Townsend, CJ Hodge
Journal of Family Theory & Review 10 (3), 602-619, 2018
Rethinking curriculum internationalization: virtual exchange as a means to attaining global competencies, developing critical thinking, and experiencing transformative learning
LN Duffy, GA Stone, J Townsend, J Cathey
SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 1-15, 2020
Tough decisions in medical specialty camps: Relationships between camp dosage, outcomes, and camper attendance
RJ Gagnon, BA Garst, JA Townsend
Social Science & Medicine 221, 49-57, 2019
Therapeutic riding and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An application of the theory of self-efficacy
BJ Goodwin, BL Hawkins, JA Townsend, M Van Puymbroeck, S Lewis
American Journal of Recreation Therapy 15 (4), 41-47, 2016
The contribution of family leisure to family functioning and family satisfaction among urban Russian families
M Williamson, R Zabriskie, J Townsend, P Ward, G Fellingham, ...
Annals of Leisure Research 22 (5), 607-628, 2019
Military service members
J Townsend, B Hawkins, J Bennett
Recreational therapy: An introduction, 253-277, 2015
Sense of coherence, perceived stress and health related quality of life in college students
J Townsend, PC Hsieh, M Van Puymbroeck, J Johnston, R Gassman, ...
Illuminare 11, 2013
Recreation-based camps for military children: Past, present, and future
HK Griffiths, JA Townsend
J Outdoor Recreat Educ Leadersh 10 (2), 97-108, 2018
New Zealand family leisure: Modeling parent and child perspectives
R Poff, R Zabriskie, J Townsend
Changes in family leisure functioning following a family camp for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
K Wenzel, J Townsend, BL Hawkins, B Russell
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 54 (1), 17-31, 2020
The role of recreation and recreational therapists in developing a recovery-oriented identity for people with substance use disorders
J Page, J Townsend
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 36 (2), 238-254, 2018
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