What is art therapy? 什麼是藝術治療？
Wanting to study art therapy? 點先可以做藝術治療師呢？
Where should I go to get my graduate training? 去邊度讀先至最適合我呢？
Come to our Q & A session, and get your questions answered! [藝術治療問與答]-可以幫到你！
Date: Jan 9, 2020 (Thu)
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Venue: Unit 1202, 12/F, Cheung Lee Commercial Building, 25 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, H.K. 尖沙咀金巴利道25號長利商業大廈1202
Fee: Member $100 / Non-Member $150
Quota: 20 people (Drinking water is available. Can bring in food & drink 場地提供飲用水, 可自攜餐飲)
Ms Grace Chan 陳詠儀
Grace is a Board-certified Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC) in the U.S. , she worked in psychiatric and rehabilitation settings in New York City and in Hong Kong. She serves in individual and group settings for a wide scope of population, including people with mental illness, intellectual disability, elderly with dementia, children with special needs (SEN), as well as their caregivers.
Ms Sally Shih 施晴馨
Sally is a UK registered art psychotherapist trained in Goldsmiths College, University of London. Sally has experience working with children and adults with a variety of emotional and learning difficulties in H.K. and in the U.K., she has worked in psychiatric hospital, local primary and pre-school, day centre for asylum seekers, special education centre and after school care centre.
Ms Katie Flowers
Katie grew up in England, she has lived and worked in Hong Kong for 28 years as Artist and Art educator. She has worked within international and local school settings as well as facilitating art projects in the local community through the Youth Arts Festival, working in refugee camps, correctional centres, orphanages and other populations. Katie is a professional member of Canadian Art Therapy Association.