Ali & Wolfert (2016). Theatre as a treatment for posttraumatic stress in military veterans. The Arts in Psychotherapy.

McGovern, J. E., Ali, A., Wolfert, S. & Nguyen, J. (2017). Examining process and outcome in the experiences of military veterans in a theatre-based trauma treatment program. Presented in the 2017 Annual Applied Psychology Research Day Conference, New York, NY.

Ali., A., Wolfert, S., & Homer, B. D. From victimization to empowerment: Using communalized narration to address military sexual trauma. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA, Mar 8-11, 2018.

Ali, Wolfert, McGovern, Nguyen & Aharoni (2018). A trauma-informed analysis of monologues constructed by military veterans in a theatre-based treatment program. Qualitative Research in Psychology.

Ali, A., & Wolfert, S. (in press). Treating trauma through the imagination: Therapeutic effects of simulation and mimetic induction. In L. Green (Ed.), Mutual Aid, Peer Support, and Other Radical Models of Mental Health. North Atlantic Books.

Ali, A., Wolfert,. S., Lam, I., Fahmy, P., & Chaudry, A. (in press). Psychotherapeutic processes in recovery from military and pre-military trauma in veterans: The effects of theatre as a mental health treatment. Journal of Applied Arts and Health.

Wolfert, S., & Ali, A. (in press). Re-humanization through communalized narrative for military veterans. In N. Way, A. Ali, C. Gilligan, & P. Noguera (Eds.), The Crisis of Connection: Its Roots, Strategies, and Solutions. New York: New York University Press.