Fiona Chang, PhD
Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (R217)
Registered Social Worker (00775)
Certified Supervisor, ACA (COSIR0004)
Faculty, Person-Centered Expressive Arts
Founding Chair, Expressive Arts Therapy Association of Hong Kong
Dr. Fiona Chang has been involved in psychosocial counselling and person-centered expressive arts for nearly 30 years. Her service scope covered relief of stress/emotion, care for the chronically ill, facing death, trauma healing, grief and growth, enhancement of family/couple relationship, and support to children with developmental needs and their parents etc. She delivers professional training, clinical supervision and retreat. She is dedicated to creating and growing together with people who are looking for healing, personal growth and transformation. She is an honorary lecturer in the Department of Social Work at the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
She is dedicated to provide expressive arts therapy at Artzwell, and all her income is donated to support those in need to receive proper services.
As a kid, I wandered, probably day dreaming, on the drawing paper.
Pen and paper, roaming with my heart,
Immersed in songs, too and found relief.
Merely a line of dialogue leads to imaginations without boundaries.
Till now, I still enjoy the beauty of all art forms.
Drawing and moving,
listening to sounds, seeing colors,
Indulged in artistic conceptions.
Waking up suddenly with infinite possibilities...
All these, coincidentally, also stemmed from my teacher Natalie Rogers,
how expressive arts therapy transform potentials
and cultivate person-centered qualities.
Unfolding connections from
companion, co-presence, co-creating...