To promote mental wellness and healing through arts, therapy and nature
Red Balloon Therapy provides art therapy services for children, youths and adults from different cultural backgrounds with
emotional or psychological difficulties to identify and resolve their
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.
LOH WAN TING
Founder - Art Therapist
Master of Arts (Art Therapy)
ASIST trained (Suicide First Aid)
Psychological First Aid
Mental Health First Aid
Registered trainer with the Ministry of Education (MOE)
Wan Ting is a trained Art Therapist with clinical experiences in the community, schools and social service organisations. Her experiences includes working with children, adults and elderly from different cultural backgrounds with emotional or psychological difficulties to identify and resolve their core conflicts.
From daily art-making sessions, individual art therapy to group therapy sessions, she has worked with various groups of individuals ranging from people with mental health issues to people with special needs/multiple disabilities as well as children coming from disadvantaged families to process through developmental trauma, loss and divorce.
Using art-making to foster interactive experiences, eliciting reflection and insights from her clients, Wan Ting works to improve the psychosocial well-being of the latter. She also facilitates art experiential workshops to empower people to unleash their creativity and express emotions.
She is constantly seeking for ways to integrate her experience of design and media with art therapy to create a communicative therapeutic approach through community projects. The objective is to reach out to more individuals to facilitate growth, change and healing. The approach resulted in the conceptualizing, facilitatingand organizing of Singapore’s first art exhibition in the dark with the Association for the Visually Handicapped in 2015.
She holds a Master of Arts in Art Therapy from LASALLE College of the Arts and Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) in Graphic Communication from Loughborough University.