Dr Sue Holttum, Senior Lecturer at the Salomons Institute for Applied Psychology, presented in July 2019 at the International Art Therapy Practice/Research Conference with senior West London-based art therapist Tim Wright, on the upcoming new guidelines for art therapy for people with a psychosis-related diagnosis.

The work on the guidelines has been carried out by the British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) in collaboration with Dr Holttum, who also has a part-time role as the BAAT Research Officer. For a summary of art therapy practices for people with a psychosis-related diagnosis, and links to further resources click here: Art Therapy 22-7-19