Angie Lee, the expressive art therapist of Happytime, recently visited the Po Leung Kuk Children's Home, leading the children from high school to junior high school to explore personal growth through expressive art creation. In the course, Angie helped them to use images to express and understand themselves, use dolls to see their relationship with others, create masks to understand their roles in interpersonal relationships, use actions and theater games to experience their common interpersonal relationship models, use drama and Three-dimensional creation shows the family image in my heart. The activity has aroused their strong interest from the first session, and the responses to each session were very positive. At the end of the fourth session, everyone responded that the course helped them relax, help them express their emotions and ideas through art, increase their self-confidence and help them communicate with each other. People get along well, everyone wants to continue to have extended courses😁
In addition, Angie also led two parent-child workshops at the Po Leung Kuk Children's Home, allowing mothers to have quality time with their children who are rarely seen on weekdays, not only creating music effects and visual art together, but also enjoying the light and shadow together Dance; even in the laughter of the game, create a shelter together and create beautiful common memories!
To learn more about Expressive Arts Therapy: https://www.happytime.live/eng/expressive-arts/