Lois obtained a master's degree in music therapy from Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom in 2019. She received psychodynamic-oriented music therapy training at the university. The treatment process will follow psychoanalytic theory and use clinical music improvisation, with particular emphasis on the therapeutic relationship between therapist and patient. Lois believes that in the process of musical interaction, including playing, listening and creating, participants can express their inner feelings and emotions, thereby prompting them to discover their "true self". In the music therapy process, music is not right or wrong but more focused on promoting individual needs and achieving personal goals. Since 2015, Tsui has actively participated in volunteering, training and working in both clinical and non-clinical settings, including hospitals, special schools, mainstream schools, elderly homes and music institutions. The service targets include the mentally handicapped, cancer patients, dementia patients and school children with special educational needs.
Lois is also committed to music education. She studied piano with teachers Wang Nan and Luo Naixin. Tsui graduated from the Music Department of Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music. Tsui has been a piano, accompanist and music theory tutor for many years, and has been in charge of many community music activities.
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