Vision 

The Voice and presence of creative arts therapies in Ireland.

Mission

 iacat stays relevant to its members and the public by:

  • Monitoring professional standards of members and training institutes

  • Providing best practice by ensuring members adhere to a Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics

  • Supporting creative arts therapists within the island of Ireland to network, collaborate and promote their practice across modalities. iacat also supports international cooperation and professional exchange

  • Promoting research and engagement through the iacat academic peer-reviewed journal Polyphony an online platform

  • Promoting iacat members to public and private institutions, agencies and government departments

  • Seeking to establish statutory registration for creative arts therapists alongside allied health professionals and advocate for fair pay and conditions

  • Providing an online profile of approved iacat practicing therapists and supervisors for public information

  • Organising conferences, CDP events and sub-committees to ensure relevant current thinking across all modalities is available and accessible to iacat members and allied professionals

 

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