Fiona Chang, M. So. Sc
Fiona Chang, M. So. Sc (Family Therapy & Health Care), Prof. Diploma in Creative Photography, is a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist and a registered social worker. Fiona studied Person-Centered Expressive Arts Approach with the inspiring founder Dr. Natalie Rogers at Saybrook University. She is a gifted practitioner and received many awards, including Young Investigators’ Award, the Pioneer of the Patient Resource Centre, Outstanding Staff of Hospital Authority and Distinguished Social Work Alumni.
Fiona has integrated multimodal expressive arts processes in counseling and group therapy for nearly 18 years in a variety of settings, working with people with health challenges, deprived women, parents and children with special needs, ex-drug addicts and palliative care. People are amazed by her true being, creative mind, grounded soul and caring heart. She is interested in the blending of Chinese metaphors, philosophy, mindfulness and traditional rituals in the western model of expressive arts therapy to actualize the self-healing potential of each individual.
In addition to being the vice-chairperson of “Art in Hospital” she is also a founding advisor of several patient self-help organizations. Fiona is an Honorary Lecturer of the Department of Social Work and Social Administration and Honorary Clinical Associate of the Centre on Behavioral Health of the University of Hong Kong. She is an international trainer, presenter, networker and writer. She has connections with masters in the U.K., the U.S.A and Asia and is now a member of the Advisory Council of Art Therapy Without Borders. Fiona paints, dances and sings every day for a harmonious balance in work, family, love, friendship and personal growth.