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Digital Subscriptions > Mental Health Nursing > June/July 2019 > ART IS HUMANITY IN ALL ITS COMPLEXITY AND MESSINESS


Vanessa Garrity, development manager at Yorkshire and Humber Leadership Academy and director, Sociable Angels Ltd

It’s a pleasure to be introducing the second part of this special edition on art and mental mealth.

Art and art therapy has been an interest of mine throughout my career and I’d encourage readers to cast their critical eyes over each of the articles and to think about what this means in clinical practice and the mental health agenda more broadly.

A friend of mine once gave me some sage advice, which was that in life you should always do what makes your soul sing. Appreciating and participating in art is up there for me as one of my favourite soul-enriching experiences.

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The June/July issue of Mental Health Nursing is the second part of a special edition on art and art therapy in mental health. It includes: - News and views - Reflections on using arts therapies • Service user views • The role of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing • Part two of a comic series on suicide prevention • Research on art therapy in military veterans with PTSD