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ABOUT US

To promote mental wellness and healing through

arts, therapy and nature

Red Balloon Therapy is a social enterprise that provides trauma-informed art therapy services for children, youths and adults from different cultural backgrounds with emotional or psychological difficulties to identify and resolve their core conflicts.

We also provide customised workshops and talks for the community, schools, social service and corporate organisations. From art experiential workshops, individual art therapy to group therapy sessions, our programmes combine art therapy, social emotional learning and fun to facilitate growth, change and healing.

The essence of our work lies in the belief that every person has the inherent capacity to heal and transform. Our goal is to journey alongside to guide you through any obstacles you may face towards growth and self-discovery. 

 

Meet The Team

LOH WAN TING

Founder - Art Therapist

  • Master of Arts (Art Therapy)

  • Somatic Experiencing® Advance I

  • Specialist Certificate In Teaching and Learning of Preschool Arts Education 

  • ASIST Trained (Suicide First Aid)

  • Trained in Psychological First Aid

  • Trained in Mental Health First Aid

  • Registered Trainer with the Ministry of Education (MOE)

Wan Ting is a registered art therapist, artist  with clinical experiences in the community, schools and social service organisations. Utilizing trauma-informed practices, she has experiences working with people with disabilities, children, adults and elderly from different cultural backgrounds with emotional or psychological difficulties to identify and resolve their core conflicts.

May Lim has shoulder length black hair and is wearing a sliver necklace and a long sleeve black top

MAY LIM

Art Therapist

  • Master of Arts (Art Therapy) 

  • Graduate Diplomas in Special Education

  • Bachelor of Arts (Cum Laude) in Psychology

  • Trained in Theraplay® Informed Practice

  • Body Focused, Trauma-informed Art Therapy

May is a registered art therapist and a committee of Art Therapists’ Association Singapore. She has experience working with individuals with special needs  since 2010. She is currently a practising art therapist working with children and young adults with special needs, children and adolescents, and seniors with chronic illness at various settings.

NEWS

Back view of a senior cutting paper while following Wan Ting over a zoom online art workshop

NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD LAUNCHES ART THERAPY TRIAL TO STIMULATE MEMORIES FOR SENIORS

This article was first published on The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao

The programme involves bringing replicas of paintings to seniors in six nursing homes and senior activity centres. Facilitated by an art therapist via video conferencing platform Zoom, the seniors are prompted to share their observations from the paintings and, in the process, jog memories of their past.

 

A table filled with lots of artworks and art materials taken during a group workshop

EXPRESS – AND HEAL!
– YOURSELF WITH ART

This article was first published on enablingvillage.sg.

It was almost 10 years ago when an artist she was working with put these two words together: “art” and “therapy”. In that moment, recalled Loh Wan Ting, she knew she had found her calling.

 

A webinar shot of Wan Ting at the bottom left explaining a gratitude activity over powerpoint

STRESS IN MODERN LIVING
- ART THERAPY

This video is commissioned by People's Association.

Ever wonder how you can use art therapy directives to promote personal wellness and strengthen bond in the comfort of your home? 

Hosted by Jamie Yeo, our Art Therapist Wan Ting joined Social worker Lay Lay  to share more on the use of art therapy to manage your emotions and enhance your sense of well-being.