BAAT statement on ‘Brexit’
16 December 2016
The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) makes an official statement on 'Brexit'...
Following the decision of the UK to leave the European Union, BAAT wishes to state that it highly values the diversity in its membership, which includes many EU and international practitioners and trainees.
BAAT members of all nationalities have contributed to the wealth of knowledge within UK art therapy and helped to establish its credibility and high profile, both within the UK and internationally.
BAAT also values its relationship with colleagues across the EU and the world very highly and will continue to seek and support international partnerships and collaborations on practice and research in a spirit of mutual respect.
British Association of Art Therapists
Comprised of 20 regional groups, a European and an international section BAAT welcomes qualified art therapists, art therapy trainees, individuals and organisations with an interest in art therapy from all around the world.
All BAAT members can access all International Journal of Art Therapy articles from the BAAT website members' area here
Everyone with an interest in art therapy is welcome to become a BAAT member here