Healing Strokes 2017: A four-session Art Therapy programme for stroke survivors
July 8, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Meeting Room next to SNSA office, #04-02A Leisure Park Kallang
5 Stadium Walk
Singapore 397693
Free for SNSA members (stroke survivors) only
Healing Strokes: A four-session Art Therapy programme for stroke survivors

Dates: 8, 15, 22, 29 July (4 weekly sessions on Saturdays)
Venue: Meeting Room next to SNSA office (see address above) Nearest MRT – Stadium (Circle Line)
Time: 10am to 12pm
Who is it for: Stroke survivors ONLY (participants have to commit to ALL four sessions of the programme)

About the Programme

Healing Strokes is a four-session art therapy programme organised by the Singapore National Stroke Association (SNSA) with the aim of enhancing and strengthening the coping skills and well-being of stroke survivors. The small closed-group structure of the workshop allows a platform for participants to safely embark on a journey towards greater self-discovery, awareness, expression of feelings and sharing.

What is Art Therapy?

Art therapy combines the principles of psychotherapy with the experience of creative expression. Providing a means to convey feelings or concepts that cannot be easily expressed in words, art therapy allows self-expression, facilitates communication, and improves mental and physical well-being.

Art therapy focuses on the process of art-making and highlights the reflective and restorative values of personal artwork. It can result in an increased understanding of oneself and relationships with others, improved self-esteem and the opportunity to look at life’s challenges from a different perspective, with insight and self-awareness.

Ms Jun Lee Jun Shan is a Registered Social Worker with a Masters in Art Therapy. Through her many years of work as both a social worker and an art therapist, she has accumulated a broad range of experience in her work with schools, VWOs and hospitals, for patients and clients from all walks of life. Jun passionately believes in the use of art as a creative process to aid in personal development, increase coping skills, and enhance cognitive function. At current, she is freelancing as an art psychotherapist.

Terms and Conditions
  1. Because this is a specially-organised small-group workshop, participants have to commit to ALL four sessions of the programme.
  2. This programme is only for stroke survivors who are SNSA members. If you are a caregiver, you may accompany your family member, but must not be involved in their art-making process. 
  3. Accompanying caregivers may be asked to wait outside the SNSA office while the programme is being run, due to the space constraints.
  4. As there are limited places, your registration will only be confirmed later.
  5. Pictures taken during the workshop may be used for SNSA’s publications and online platforms.
  6. Participants’ artwork may be used in SNSA’s publications and online platforms.


Application closed. Thank you for your interest.