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Recent Activities

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Nature Tokens

Introductory Workshop on

Artistic Dream Interpretation

Do you often dream? Did you know that dreams are symbols of our subconscious mind? Dreams give us a lot of inspiration, allowing us to find a direction in the real situation, and also allow us to usher in a better version of ourselves. This workshop combines the theories of the two major psychological schools, Jung and existentialism, to guide you to interpret dreams through different art forms.

Date: February 24, 2022

Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm

Instructor: Aleck Kwong, Registered Arts (Expressive Arts) Therapist,

                      Austin Vocal Psychotherapist)

Flower Arrangement To Explore Impermanence
Expressive Arts Therapy Workshop

In the Japanese tea ceremony, philosophies such as "one session, one meeting" and "every day is a good day" are often mentioned, and whether tea bowls, flower arrangements, calligraphy and painting can also reflect the beauty of wabi-sabi, that is, the acceptance of imperfection and impermanence.
During the epidemic period and when the old is transforming into the new, let's arrange camellias, sing and write haiku together, learn to let go, learn to accept, learn to love ourselves, and learn how to live.

Date: January 20, 2022

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Instructor: Aleck Kwong,
Registered Arts (Expressive Arts) Therapist, Austin vocal psychotherapist

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"Exploring my Inner World"
  Art Therapy Experiential Workshop
  1. Connect to the present, explore, and express inner thoughts and feelings through free art-making and internal dialogue in a safe and non-judgmental setting.

  2. Develop self-awareness, facilitate self-acceptance, and recognize one’s strengths and areas of growth.

  3. Cultivate peer support and bring hope for the future.

Instructor: Jasmine Lam (UK-registered Art Therapist)

White Sand and Stone

My "Self" and "Non-Self" play

Transformation Drama Workshop

1. Use impromptu drama and role-playing to connect one's body and mind, express one's feelings and needs
2. Explore the possibility of satisfaction or transformation with elements of developmental transformation drama therapy techniques

Date: December 19, 2021

Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Instructor: Ms. Step Chan
(Developmental Transformation Drama Therapist, Drama Therapy Trainee of North America Drama Therapy Association)


"Music" at Better Me 2022

 Self care workshop

  1. Feel the moment in the music and nourish the body and mind1.

  2. Express some of the more internal and inexpressible feelings

  3. Integrate within, be kind and understand yourself, and look ahead to the new year

Date: January 12, 2022
Time: 7:15-9:15 pm
Instructor:  Emily Yeung

                Registered Music Therapist 

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"Talking about Love over Arts" Exhibition

Exhibition date:
November 27-29, 2021

Place: Charity Fund Center

Opening hours: 2-6 pm

Guided tours by the creator-breast cancer couples, live experience

"Talk about Love over Arts"
Sharing Session

November 27 

Saturday 7-9 pm

1.  Breast Cancer and Art
    Dr. Patricia Poon, Clinical Oncologist

2. Design and research of Arts-based

   Couple  Group
   Dr. Fiona Chang, Honorary Lecturer,

   Department of Social Work,

   The Chinese  University of Hong Kong
3. Beautiful Perspective and Curation
   Ms. Grace Cheng, Director

   Art in Hospital

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