Brief Meditation Training Can Improve Perceived Stress and Negative Mood by James D. Lane, PhD; Jon Seskevich, RN, BSN, BA; Carl F. Piper, DrPH from Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; Jan/Feb 2007; 13, 1; Research Library, pg. 38

Relaxation Technique to Ease Dyspnea: A Tool for Oncology Nurses Relaxation Technique to Ease Dyspnea: A Tool for Oncology Nurses
by Cathy Glennon, RN, MHS, BC, CNA, OCN®, and Jon Seskevich, RN, BSN, BA, CHTP from Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing • Volume 12, Number 2 • Published, Aug. 2008; Supportive Care

Helping Patients with Heart Failure Manage Stress
by Jon Seskevich, RN, CHTP, BSN; Helen Gabert, RN, CS, MPN; Ann Charles, ARRT, MR; and Michael S. Cuffe, MD
from www.nursing2005.com

Beneficial Effects of Noetic Therapies on Mood Before Percutaneous Intervention for Unstable Coronary Syndromes
by Jon Seskevich, RN, BSN, BA, CHTP; Suzanne W. Crater, RN, MSN, ANP-C; James D. Lane, PhD; and Mitchell W. Krucoff, MD from Nursing Research March/April 2004 Vol 53, No 2

Integrative noetic therapies as adjuncts to percutaneous intervention during unstableIntegrative noetic therapies as adjuncts to percutaneous intervention during unstable coronary syndromes: Monitoring and Actualization of Noetic Training (MANTRA) feasibility pilot Mitchell W. Krucoff, MD; Suzanne W. Crater, RN, ANP-C; Cindy L. Green, PhD; Arthur C. Maas, MD; Jon E. Seskevich, RN; James D. Lane, PhD; Karen A. Loeffler;, Kenneth Morris, MD; Thomas M. Bashore, MD; and Harold G. Koenig, MD from American Heart Journal November 2001