BAAT Guidelines on Art Therapy for people with a psychosis-related diagnosis

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Holttum, S. 2020. BAAT Guidelines on Art Therapy for people with a psychosis-related diagnosis. UK British Assocition of Art Therapists.
AuthorsHolttum, S.
TypeProject report
Contributors
Project leaderWright, T
Abstract

This document is in three parts. Part 1 presents the
guidelines on key art therapy practices for people with a psychosis-related diagnosis. There are 10 broad areas
of practice, summarised very briefly on the next page.
Art therapists’ core practice is adapting to individuals in context, within these broad principles. In Part 1 we illustrate these principles with examples.
Comments from service user consultation are included.Part 2 explains how we developed these guidelines. Part 3 describes how we understand psychosis. Both Parts 2 and 3 make reference to the research evidence and theory upon which these guidelines are based. The reference list is attached to Part 3.

KeywordsPsychosis; Art therapy; Guidelines; Evidence-based; Service user consultation
Year2020
PublisherBritish Assocition of Art Therapists
Place of publicationUK
Page range1-70
Official URLhttps://www.baat.org/Assets/Docs/General/BAAT%20Guidelines%20AT%20Psychosis%20PART%201-2-3.pdf
Related URLhttps://www.baat.org/
Output statusPublished
File
License
File Access Level
Open
Publication dates
Online08 Apr 2020
Publication process dates
Accepted13 Mar 2020
Deposited23 Jun 2020
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