In a world full of tension and uncertainty, in addition to prayer, music therapy experiences can also be stress-relieving.
Introduction to Art Psychotherapists
- Registered Art Psychotherapist with the British Association of Health and Nursing Professionals
- Professional Member of Hong Kong Art Therapist Association
- Professional Member of the British Association of Art Therapists
- MA in Art Therapy, University of Hertfordshire, UK
- The University of Hong Kong BA (Hons) (Double Major in Arts and English)
Jasmine is a registered art therapist of the British Health and Nursing Professional Association. He is qualified for clinical practice in the United Kingdom. He is good at exploring the inner world through artistic creation with clients through a safe, inclusive and accepting space, helping clients to connect with their own hearts. Discover opportunities for change. She is able to make good use of her natural sensitivity to adapt her treatment techniques to the changing needs and needs of her clients during the treatment process.
Jasmine is based on humanistic and psychodynamic art therapy. He once provided one-to-one and group art therapy services at Osmani Primary School, an elementary school located in a minority area in London, England, helping children deal with emotions, behaviors, Sexual assault and low self-confidence; also introduced art therapy services in the psychiatric ward of Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT), a mental health hospital in the UK National Health Service (NHS), providing one-to-one therapy and art therapy groups For hospitalized elderly patients diagnosed with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorder, anxiety disorder, alcoholism and delirium.
After returning to Hong Kong, Jasmine provided one-on-one, therapy group services and art therapy education for children, adolescents, parents, and elderly in kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, universities, and social welfare organizations. Lecturer, has cooperated with parents, teachers, social workers, psychiatrists, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists and other professionals to provide comprehensive mental health counseling services for individual cases in the process of art therapy. She is particularly interested in dealing with domestic violence, emotional abuse, depression, dementia and palliative care for the elderly, and accompanies service users in their artistic creation journey and inner dialogue, helping them to find a comfortable place for themselves when facing various difficulties in life 's own space.