Many thanks to Phil Jones for offering this exciting opportunity to raise funds for The BADth Charity.

We welcome bids starting at £60. Please send these to  

Closing date is 1st March 2018.

Feedback on draft dramatherapy articles, chapters or book proposals from Professor Phil Jones for four individuals.

Written feedback and a 45 minute discussion for each individual, face to face, by phone or Skype on a draft article, chapter or book proposal concerning dramatherapy. A maximum of 5,000 words would be the norm, but drafts of less are absolutely fine. The aim of this offer is to support the development of scholarship and writing in the field. It is open to individuals who have not written about the subject before and to those who have experience, but would welcome an outside perspective. Prior to the feedback and discussion we would have a phone or Skype conversation about the work to be submitted, to be clear on the agreed task, the intended publication (e.g. which journal or publisher), and areas such as ethics and confidentiality in relation to the content of the material.

Phil Jones is Professor of Children’s Rights and Wellbeing at UCL’s Institute of Education and was Director of Research, School of Education, at the University of Leeds. He was recently awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) and was a Mellon Distinguished Scholar at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Publications include ‘Rethinking  Childhood:  Attitudes  in  Contemporary  Society’  (Continuum);  ‘Rethinking   Children’s Rights’ (with Welch, Bloomsbury); ‘Exploring Education and Childhood’ (with Wyse, Davis and Rogers, Routledge); ‘The Arts Therapies’ (Routledge) and he is editor of Bloomsbury’s ‘New Childhoods’ Series. His book ‘Drama As Therapy’ is the most cited book in the world on dramatherapy (Google Scholar) and he is currently working on its third edition. Research articles have been published in journals such as the ‘European Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy’, ‘Research in Drama Education’, ‘Counselling and Psychotherapy Research’, ‘The Arts in Psychotherapy’, ‘Dramatherapy’, ‘Drama Therapy Review’ and ‘Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy’.   He has given keynotes in many countries including South Africa, South Korea, the U.S.A., Italy, Greece, the Netherlands and for the Triennial Congress on World Psychotherapy held in Australia.