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Painting on Canvas: Meet the team

Meet The Team

About Wan Ting
Wan Ting, art therapist, is a chinese lady. She has neck length black hair and she is wearing glasses


Founder - Senior Art Therapist

  • Master of Arts (Art Therapy)

  • Somatic Experiencing® 

  • LEGO® Serious Play Facilitator

  • Sandplay Therapy and Symbol Work

  • Art Based Supervision by ANZACATA

  • 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 and Somatic Experiencing® practitioner with clinical experiences in the community, schools and social service organisations. She is a Singapore International Foundation Arts for Good Fellow and an art educator registered with MOE. Utilizing trauma-informed practices, she has more than a decade of experiences working with children, adults and elderly with diverse backgrounds to identify and resolve their core conflicts.


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 firmly believes that every individual has the inherent capacity to heal and transform. She also facilitates team bonding and and metal wellness programme to empower people to unleash their creativity and express emotions. 


From art experiential workshops to 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.


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 conceptualising, facilitating and organising of Singapore’s first art exhibition in the dark with the Association for the Visually Handicapped in 2015.


Wan Ting holds a Master of Arts in Art Therapy from LASALLE College of the Arts–Goldsmiths College, University of London and a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) in Graphic Communication from Loughborough University. 

Painting on Canvas
About May Lim
May Lim, art therapist is a Chinese lady with shoulder length hair and she is wearing a black long sleeve top


Senior Art Therapist

  • Master of Arts (Art Therapy) 

  • Graduate Diploma in Special Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, cum laude

  • Certified Developmental Play Practitioner

  • Sensorimotor, Trauma-informed Art Therapy Approach

  • Theraplay® Informed Practice

  • Registered Trainer with the Ministry of Education (MOE)

May is an accredited art therapist with the Australian, New Zealand and Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association (ANZACATA) and a certified Developmental Play practitioner endorsed by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). She is a member of the Art Therapists’ Association Singapore and a provisional member of Association for Play Therapy (Singapore).


With a background in psychology and special education, May has experience working with individuals with special needs since 2010. She then obtained her Master of Arts in Art Therapy from LASALLE College of the Arts–Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her clinical experiences include working with toddlers, children, adolescents, young adults, professionals and parents, and the elderly in various settings.


Embracing a psychodynamic, person- or child-centred, and relational approach, May continues to seek opportunities for professional development in expanding her repertoire of knowledge and tools. She has trained in Theraplay® informed practice and trauma-informed practices using various expressive arts modalities such as Water Play Therapy and Guided Drawing®. Her current interest lies in nature-based therapeutic intervention and Interactive Drawing Therapy (IDT). 


May believes in the inherent therapeutic and healing qualities of engaging in art and play at different levels. Her role is to facilitate this creative process in a safe therapeutic space for self-discovery and self-regulation. Utilising expressive arts modalities, May also seeks to nurture and support the holistic development of children, building resilience and self-confidence.

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