Like any academic journal ANZJAT relies on its immediate and wider community to contribute submissions and volunteer to peer review. ANZJAT is now in its thirteenth year and is going from strength to strength thanks to the wide range of high quality research and writing that has been contributed over the years.
The editorial team is always looking to encourage the publication of research in the creative arts therapies. On this website you can find lots of useful resources to help you with your submission. There is also a mentoring scheme to aid first time writers and authors from non-English speaking backgrounds. Click on the box below to read more about submissions and what is on offer to help you realise your research and ideas as a published work.
As a double anonymous peer reviewed journal there is always a need for people to act as peer reviewers. We would therefore like to invite anyone interested to sign up to become a peer reviewer. Click on the box below to find out more.