The 52nd Annual Conference of the American Art Therapy Association will be delivered virtually, reflecting the evolving digital and social environment of Art Therapy as a profession, the attached communities and the world as a whole.

The theme of this year’s AATA Annual Conference, ‘Reconnecting and Visualizing Future Pathways for Art Therapy in a Diverse Society’ reflects the range of sessions at the conference.  With more than 100 hours of on-demand educational sessions and continuing education, the conference offers the latest research and methodologies for navigating this changing social environment.

Taylor & Francis publishes a variety of research across the field of Creative Arts and Expressive Therapies, including books such as Approaches to Art Therapy and the newly released Eco-Art Therapy in Practice and journals such as International Journal of Art Therapy and the Journal of Poetry Therapy.

Submit a paper for our joint journal special issue: International Examinations of Anti-oppressive Art Therapy: Intersectionality, Anti-colonialism, and Cultural Humility’