In a world full of tension and uncertainty, in addition to prayer, music therapy experiences can also be stress-relieving.
Introduction to Course Leader
Angie has extensive experience in leading children's parent-child art workshops including: Heep Hong Society (Parent-Children with Special Educational Needs), We Centre Community Inclusion Center (South Asian Children's Group, Local Children's Group), Mark Memorial Home (Children's Home) , Wong Tai Sin Caritas (parent-child for children with special educational needs), Caritas Caine Road, Grace Church, Yaoxin Education, Lockhart Road Library (South Asian and local children), Kaohsiung Secondary School (junior high school class) and Jiexin Kindergarten, etc.
Angie is a Master of Expressive Art Therapy student with a minor in Psychology at the Swiss European Institute, an instructor of Harmony Pastel in Japan, an MBA from HKUST, a BA from CUHK, a graduate of Bethel Christian Mission School in the United States, a cancer survivor, and a former Senior executives of multinational listed companies, with rich life experience, like to lead art workshops in a relaxed way to inspire new thinking, so that participants who do not know art skills can enjoy the aesthetic experience.
International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) accredited professional member, qualified practicing expressive arts therapist, certified American Certified®️ Music Drum Circle Lead Instructor, Circle Painting®️ Circle Painting Instructor, Certified Harmony Pastel®️ Associate Instructor.
Amber graduated from the MA in Psychology with a minor in Expressive Arts Therapy. After graduation, she is dedicated to promoting mental health in the therapeutic field as an Expressive Arts Therapist. Amber mainly uses visual arts, music and dance to lead the group, and the service targets include mentally ill, rehabilitated people, caregivers, parents and children, children and adolescents with special learning needs, parents of children with special learning needs, moderate intellectual disabilities and people with disabilities etc.
Amber collaborated with Happytime on an expressive art course in 2021, and in 2022, she became a full-time expressive art therapist for the Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong.