Art is a great way to express your emotions when words fail, it helps in processing complex feelings, and find relief. In its therapeutic context, it helps one slow down and explore any issues occupying their mind. There are many mediums to choose from that are not limited to a paintbrush and paper, and you certainly are not required to be a talented artist to give it a try.
Human beings are innately creative, all that is required is honesty between yourself and your emotions. In conjunction with World Social Work Day, MCKL’s Diploma in Social Work is hosting a master class using art as a tool in social work practice. The session will have 4 experts delving into the art of creativity to find resolutions to our inner battles. Participants will also have a chance to unleash their inner artists, taking themselves on an emotional journey of self-discovery, learning how to communicate with themselves and others.
The workshop is free of charge with 60 seats available, RSVP by Friday, 24th March to secure your seat. Details of the event are as follows:
|R208, second floor METHODIST COLLEGE KUALA LUMPUR,
Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4
Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur
|Saturday, 25 March 2023
|10am – 12.30pm
Polymer clay artist
Raymund N.C. Jagan
Registered Counsellor, Lecturer, MCKL
Sue Lyn Registered
Art Therapist, Humankind Malaysia
Activist / Lecturer in Sexual and Gender-Based Violence