31 October and 1 November 2014
held at LASALLE College of the Arts
Call for Papers is now open.
The New Zealand Accident Compensation Corporation now accepts ANZATA as a recognised professional body for arts therapist/counsellors working with survivors of sexual violence wanting to provide services to ACC.
Find a Therapist near you for art making, drama, and movement to enhance physical, mental and emotional well-being. Therapy is suitable for all ages and many life situations, for individuals or groups..
Arts therapy uses creative processes, including art making, drama, and movement to improve and enhance physical, mental and emotional well-being. It is suitable for all ages and many life situations, and can be done with individuals or groups. Arts therapy works by accessing imagination and creativity, which can generate new models of living, and contribute towards the development of a more integrated sense of self, with increased self awareness and acceptance.
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Arts Therapy, ANZJAT, is a peer-reviewed journal which is published annually.
The eighth edition has just been published and is in the post to all members.
Submissions for the next edition of ANZJAT are due by 1 May 2014.
ANZATA is the professional association for registered arts therapists in Australia,
New Zealand and Singapore.ANZATA accepts applications for professional membership from Masters level qualified art therapists, dramatherapists and dance/ movement therapists. Other categories of membership include student and associate.
The ANZATA committee have put together a helpful PR brochure and powerpoint presentations which can be used and read by everyone interested in our work and our training and qualifications. Login as a member and go to the 'members' resources' page.
ANZATA registers Arts Therapists/Arts Psychotherapists. Professional registration of Arts Therapists is to an internationally agreed standard and Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapists have reciprocal rights with overseas Art Therapy Associations.