WOVEN TALES & METAPHORS: THE NARRATIVE OF THE DOLL MAKER

ABOUT

In this 2.5hr workshop, you will be invited to immerse yourself in the transformative process of doll making. The experiential workshop invites participants to engage in a sensorial, tactile and reflective process of creation. Stimulate your imagination, explore materials, and embark in an afternoon of self-discovery.

WHAT TO BRING

Materials will be provided.

WHY JOIN THIS WORKSHOP

The workshop encourages participants to delve deeper into their sense of self and their identity through the doll’s narrative.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Rachel Yang, MA, AThR Registered Art Therapist ANZACATA (Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association) Certified in Expressive Sandplay therapy and Developmental Play Therapy. Currently pursuing CPCAB Level 6 Art therapy supervision Diploma, Rachel is the co-founder and managing partner of Daylight Creative Therapies.

Her therapy practice is based on a trans-disciplinary approach where the course of therapy is adapted to the specific needs of her clients. Her clinical practice has included work in a crisis shelter with women and children who have experienced domestic violence and homelessness (trauma, neglect, shame, low self-esteem, attachment issues, anxiety, depression and affect dysregulation); with adults and children with muscular dystrophy (anger, shame, isolation, anxiety, bullying) as well as their caregivers in both individual and group settings (loss, grief resolution and bereavement); with children and adolescents with special needs including ASD (sensory processing issues, affect dysregulation); with adults with various disabilities; working with children, adolescents and adults in private practice (anxiety, depression, anger, behavioural challenges, grief).

DETAILS

National Gallery Singapore
30th May 2021 (Sun)
1:30PM – 4:00PM
Price: $30
Participants: Min 5 /Max 25*

BOOK A SLOT
*This class has a minimum number of participants. Should the class be cancelled, you will be informed 24 hours in advance.
^There may be photography/videography during the session. If you are uncomfortable, please let us know at the sign-in counter on the day of the workshop.