This special issue explores the ways in which creative arts therapists are reaching out to each other
and to individuals, families and communities in this unprecedented moment.
The editors are especially interested to receive submissions in environmental arts therapy.
With the context for the creative arts therapies changing all the time,
natural locations, materials and themes present exciting opportunities for innovation.
If you have adapted to client work or art-making in nature, Polyphony would like to hear from you!