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  • Last year the National Allied Health Professional Information Strategy Taskforce (NAHPIST) which many AHPs, CEOs, Chairs and   Professional  Officers, including myself for BADth, attended worked towards the production of a Guide to the Information Strategy.

  • Click here to read the article by Bruce Howard Bayley.

  • Some BADth members run short courses and workshops. Some of these are advertised on the members' own websites which can be accessed via our 'Links' page. Please note that these courses are not organised by BADth and enquiries will need to made through the addresses provided on the Websites. Short courses are also run by the universities who provide full training. Contact details for the universities can be found on the career/training page.

  • A report about Arts Therapies in Scotland can be accessed here (PDF file, 831KB).

    The Arts Therapies are signatories to the New Savoy Declaration, calling for wider access to psychological therapies in the NHS.

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 The British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth) is the professional body for Dramatherapists in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1977, is formally constituted with Officers and an Executive Committee and has its own Code of Practice. BADth has the legal status of a non-profit-making company, limited by guarantee. Currently, it does not have charitable status. Through the work of its executive officers, sub-committees and individual members, it represents Dramatherapists' interests in numerous ways: for example, with employing authorities, government departments, professional bodies and the media.