Dramatherapy is the professional journal of the British Association of Dramatherapists which investigates a range of perspectives regarding theory, practice and research in the field of Dramatherapy both nationally and internationally. It aims to promote, develop and examine the diversity of Dramatherapy and welcomes co-authored contributions which explore the dynamics of working collaboratively with other arts therapists. It encompasses enquiries into all arts-based modalities including theatre, psychotherapy, performance, movement, and story work.
Dramatherapy is a peer-reviewed journal which encourages in-depth discussion and broader debate on theoretical concerns, research issues, clinical practice and professional development. It welcomes submissions that deepen insightful practice, theoretical and critical understanding and intellectual interdisciplinarity whilst being mindful of Dramatherapy as a discrete practice.
It includes a section of un-refereed clinical and critical commentary and book and performance reviews. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via the publisher’s web-based system.
|Ann Dix||Freelance Dramatherapist, UK|
|Ell Melvin||EFS Arts Therapies, UK|
|Nicky Morris||Cygnet Health Care, UK|
|Ditty Dokter||Anglia Ruskin University, Netherlands|
|Alida Gersie||Dramatherapist, UK|
|Clive Holmwood||University of Derby, UK|
|Sue Jennings||University of Derby, UK|
|Phil Jones||University College London Institute of Education, UK|
|Susana Pendzik||Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel|
|Salvo Pitruzzella||Fine Arts Academy of Bary, Italy|
|Anna Seymour||University of Roehampton, London|