From 10 Apr, 2018 7:00 pm until 10 Apr, 2018 9:00 pm
日期/DATE: 2018年四月十日 April 10th 2018
時間/ Time: 7pm -9pm
Therapeutic relationship is regarded as a significant contributor in leading to positive therapeutic change in psychotherapy across different treatment modalities. In Art Therapy, the uniqueness of therapeutic relationship is the inclusion of art, which turns into a triangular relationship in the space among therapist, client and art. In this workshop, based on case sharing and experiential art-making activity, the characteristics of therapeutic relationship in art therapy with children will be presented with reference from the framework of Psychodynamic perspective and Attachment Theory.
講授導師/ Lecturer: 黃潔冰女士/ Ms Kit Ping Wong
Ms. Wong is a registered social worker and a qualified art therapist and has been working in the social welfare service for children, adolescents and their families for more than 20 years. She studied her Master of Art Therapy in Australia and is currently working in a project for children and adolescents who have experienced familial crisis such as grief and divorce. She is also a PhD candidate in Art Therapy of the Western Sydney University. Her research topic is on exploring the connection between the therapeutic relationship and semi-structured intervention in art therapy with traumatized children.
講授語言: 廣東話/ Cantonese
費用/ FEE | 會員/Member $200/ 非會員Non-member $400
(Walk-in will be an additional $20 for Admin Fee and No space is guarantee for walk-in participants)