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Expressive Arts Therapy Experiential Workshop:
My Heart with Many Emotions (Tertiary Student Programme)

Type: Workshop
Language: Cantonese
Audience: Students
Location: Workshop 1
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This workshop is for full-time students from local tertiary institutions. Please present a valid student card for admission.

Expressive Arts Therapy Experiential Workshop:
My Heart with Many Emotions (Tertiary Student Programme)

This workshop, part of Shall We Talk at M+, is for full-time students from local tertiary institutions, including universities and higher education institutions.

Eligible students are required to present a valid full-time student ID of a Hong Kong tertiary institution upon admission and may redeem exhibition tickets for Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now at the Ground Floor Information Desk. For full details on eligibility, please refer to Education Bureau’s website.

Explore your emotions through different art modalities and reconnect with mother nature in this expressive arts therapy workshop.

Depicting organic forms from nature like flowers and clouds, Yayoi Kusama's works often express the endless vitality of life. Taking reference from Kusama's poems and paintings, registered Art Therapist Terrence Zee will take you on a self-discovery journey. Under a safe and welcoming environment, you will express your emotions and understand your potential through visual arts and creative writing based on the theme of nature. Connect your body, mind, and soul with those around you and realise your given source of power.

Expressive Arts Therapy is an integrative application of visual arts, dance, music, drama, and poetry to foster deeper personal growth and healing, and promote community development. It is based on the fundamental belief that the arts is a resource for healing.

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About the Partner

Founded in 2002, The Centre on Behavioral Health was established under the Faculty of Social Sciences of The University of Hong Kong. The Centre aims at promoting holistic health in the community. Over the years, it has maintained its visions to: integrate Western and Eastern philosophies and healing modalities to open up new knowledge in holistic health; adopt an unbiased and scientific approach to research on holistic health; provide professional trainings and education; and offer services to enhance individual and community wellbeing. The Centre has built a multi-disciplinary team with different professional backgrounds. They include counselors, clinical psychologists, social workers, creative and expressive arts therapists, nurses, and full-time researchers.

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