who is ANZACATA
ANZACATA is the peak professional body representing creative arts therapists in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia/Pacific region.
what is Creative Arts Therapy?
Creative arts therapy is an experiential psychotherapeutic approach utilising arts modalities within a relationship with a trained therapist, attending to emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual well-being.
3 August 2021 | Click on the links below to see the latest COVID-19 information and advice for each state in Australia.
Download the Restrictions for Impacted Areas – South East Queensland (PDF) here.
Victorian Lockdown restrictions eased. See new restrictions (July 28th) here.
MOH has uncovered clusters in wet markets and hawker food centres, likely seeded by fishmongers and stallholders who visited the Jurong Fishery Port to collect their stock and sell at these markets and food centres. Please click here for the affected markets and food centres. See the list of affected sites here.
A total of 28 cases were reported in Hong Kong in the past 14 days and all of them are imported. For all the government data on COVID click here.
Looking for an art therapist?
Search our member directory to find a therapist in your local area (Australia, New Zealand, Asia).
Want to know where to study?
Search training programmes accredited by the Qualifications Authority in their respective country.
Categories and requirements
Learn about pathways to professional registration as a creative arts therapist with ANZACATA.
Want to become a member?
Information you need to know about benefits, requirements of becoming a member of ANZACATA.
Members can easily search for ANZACATA approved supervisors to facilitate supervision requirements.
Members can stay up to date with current jobs sourced from various platforms and updated regularly.
Members can book into various events throughout the year. Events are available to members only.
Members can access a wide variety of resources including webinars, special logos, news and more.
Deadline for the Next Edition of JoCAT
Submission deadline Volume 16, Number 2, 2021 is SUNDAY 6 JUNE
Click here for more information.
ANZACATA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of Australia and we pay our respect to Elders - past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.
ANZACATA acknowledges Māori as tangata whenua and Treaty of Waitangi partners in Aotearoa New Zealand and embraces the three guiding principles of the Treaty – Partnership, Participation and Protection. We extend our respect to other indigenous peoples on all the lands in which we work.
ANZACATA supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart.