Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – East, West and Global Perspectives is an open access international journal sponsored by IACAET and published by Inspirees Education Group. CAET was founded in 2015 by Dr. Tony Yu Zhou and is led by an international Editorial Board consisting of about 50 leading experts including Shaun McNiff, University Professor at Lesley University, one of the founders in expressive art therapy in the world.
CAET is indexed in OCLC WorldCat, EBSCO, DOAJ and CNKI databases and collected by such major institutions as the National Library of China, the Royal Dutch National Library, the Chinese Central Conservatory of Music, the Academic College of Society and the Arts (Israel), Art Therapy Italiana, Shanghai Theater Academy, China Academy of Fine Arts, East China Normal University, etc.
ISSN print: 2451-876X online: 2468-2306
Aims and Scope
Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – East, West and Global Perspectives is an international journal for artists, educators and therapists, who use and integrate creative arts in their work. The focus is on reporting and discussing perspectives, theory-based application and practical results between the West and the East – particularly China and its neighboring cultures. The journal supports cross-disciplinary dialogue, cooperation and research between creative arts (creative writing, dance/movement, drama, film, music, and the visual arts) and education, therapy, psychology, medicine, and other related fields. The journal also welcomes contributions that advance this artistic purpose in all parts of the world.
CAET invites research articles, case reports, program descriptions, position papers, interviews, and conference reports relevant to the field. We also welcome books for review consideration. Manuscripts are subject to a peer review process before being accepted and published. Contributions are to be in English and will be published with bilingual abstracts: English and Chinese. CAET publishes 2 issues per year in both print and online versions.