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Call for papers: Online Art Therapy

08 July 2020

Call for research and practice papers for a special issue of the International Journal of Art Therapy (IJAT): Online Art Therapy...

IJAT special issue: Online art therapy

Edited by: Guest Editor, Gretchen Miller and IJAT Co-Editor-in-Chief, Alex McDonald

Deadline for submissions: 1st September 2020 

The recent impact of COVID-19 has resulted in an explosion of online art therapy practices, using many different platforms to meet the individual needs of service users across the world. This special issue will include research and practice papers highlighting the emerging field of online art therapy in order to share best practice, exchange knowledge and experience, and encourage future research in this area.

Research papers on online art therapy 
• Please use the IJAT template for research papers accessed via the journal’s Instructions for Authors here. 

Practice papers on online art therapy
• Please use the IJAT template for practice papers accessed via the journal’s Instructions for Authors here.
 
Submission 
• Please submit using the 'Submit an article' button on the journal website here.

Images
For further information on requirements for images please see the journal’s Instructions for Authors here (photographs may be refused on the grounds of poor quality and/or may need further editing, which will result in the service user’s permission being sought a second time for publication of any edited images).

Deadline for submissions
1st September 2020

 

We look forward to reading your submissions!

 

How to get involved with IJAT

Keep up to date with the latest art therapy articles published in IJAT by setting up email alerts here

Follow IJAT on Twitter @IJATInscape

Join in with the conversation using the hashtag - we'd love to hear which #IJATInscape papers have influenced your practice or research?

Become an IJAT Peer Reviewer by booking on training here

Submit a paper using the IJAT templates for research and practice papers here

 

IJAT is published by BAAT and Taylor & Francis