We have been running short lecture for
art therapy program to help people understand more about art therapy,
the tretament and differences between art therapy and art activities.
Therapy Lecture Testimonials:
Therapy course provided a very comprehensive understanding of the
strategies and case studies of therapy for working with children.
at the art work helps in the learning process (Miss Koh, Counsellor)."
was very good in drawing specific examples and gave very clear
and strategis on art therapy. It was very useful that case examples
shown to give an idea on how it can be implemented (Miss Carolyn Tan,
this session very good. Help me understand that Art is personal and
a person to identify herself in a given situation. It can also be
and life loving. As long as I live I can engage in art (Mdm Eileen
a lot from Paul's teaching and learnt that while words may lie, art
NOT lie. I find that Paul is an effective and engaging teacher who
many of his practical experiences as a true art therapy practitioner.
to Paul who has opened up a brand new vista of art therapy for
children (Mr. Marshall Lee, Volunteer)."
eye-opening. Art should be free and unrestricted. Realised that art can
bring health and wellness to both children and adults, I feel very
by Paul's teaching. I would encourage children, teens and adults to
themselves in art and to do it on a regular basis (Mdm Ellen Leong,
an enriching experience to see how we can use art as a way to allow
and to express feelings (Miss Goh, Social Worker)."
was great as we get to understand how art can help children as well as
adults. There was appropriate use of case studies to aid understanding
very new to me. Never used it. Very enlightening to know that there's
a practice to help someone who expresses him/herself better through
Encouraging to hear of how kids are 'healed' after sessions of
art therapy. Trainer has shared a wide scope of cases on kids with some
emotional/psychological issues. Very systematic and clear in his
Enjoyed the session a lot. Thanks and Excellent course. (Miss Liow)."