Welcome to ANZJAT

ANZJAT is the annual peer-reviewed journal of ANZATA. Click on a box below or use the menu to find out more about viewing current and past editions, making submissions or, if you are not an ANZATA member, to subscribe to ANZJAT.

Welcome to our two new co-editors

We are pleased to announce that three new editors have been invited onto the team. They are Dr Stacey Bush from Miecat in Melbourne and Dr Deborah Green from Whitecliffe in Christchurch. We welcome them both as co-editors. Vic Segedin has taken up the new role of arts editor.
Click here to read more about the new team.

Calling for Peer Reviewers

We rely on the generous contributions made by a number of peer reviewers to ensure that our anonymous peer review process is undertaken in a most professional and rigorous manner. As the journal grows, we need ever more peer reviewers to volunteer their time and expertise.

ANZATA supports reviewers to claim CPD points, in recognition that reviewing arts therapy manuscripts develops that reviewer’s relevant professional skills, as well as contributing to the arts therapy profession. If you have an academic background, have had articles published (especially in arts therapy journals) or work in an academic environment and are research active, we need you! Even if you don’t fit these categories but would like to develop your skills and experience in this area, we would like to hear from you.

Please click here to express your interest and provide us with your details and background. Even if you have engaged in the ANZJAT peer review process in the past we need you to fill out this form so that we have an up-to-date record of your qualifications and expertise. This will make it easier for the editorial team to assign each peer reviewer with appropriate articles that are of interest.

Support for non-ESL background writers

At the recent AGM, in recognition of the diversity of the ANZATA membership, a motion was passed to dedicate more resources to helping authors coming from a non-English speaking background to submit articles to ANZJAT. If you would like to access this please contact Jill Segedin, Journal Coordinator –


Find out about ANZATA's journal – The Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Journal


Meet the people who work on the journal

Making a submission to ANZJAT

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ANZJAT Resources

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Current Edition

View the current edition of ANZJAT – Volume 9, Number 1

Past Editions

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ANZJAT Peer Review

Becoming a Peer Reviewer

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ANZJAT Peer Reviewer Manual

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  • Art@AT Gallery

    "We've got you covered" is a show of all the ANZJAT cover artworks

  • Contributing to ANZJAT?

    There are lots of useful resources to help with the submission process

  • ANZATA Grants

    ANZATA offers grants for research and for regional groups

  • Back issues of ANZJAT?

    Back issues from 2008 are available online

  • Subscribe to ANZJAT

    A full ANZJAT subscription lets you access full articles back to 2008

  • FAQs

    Your question might be answered on our FAQs page

  • Meet the ANZJAT team

    Editors, coordinator, copyeditor, proofreader and designer!

  • Julia Pasifull, Red moon

  • Nona Cameron, Matchbox moments

  • Marilyn Mooree, The emerging donkey and the reality principle

  • Simone Clare, Movement

  • Jan Newell, Resurrection quilt

  • Chen Ying Ying, Earthquake of soul

  • Mariana Torkington, Rebirth

  • Nanette Lela'ulu, Condemned

  • Michael Leunig, A Picture of Innocence

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