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Julie Yui-Lam FUNG

MExpArtsTh, AThR


Registered Arts Therapist (ANZATA registered)

Expressive Arts Therapist

Master of Expressive Arts Therapy (HKU)

Founder and Internal Affair Coordinator of the University of Hong Kong Master of Expressive Arts Therapy Alumni Association

Founder and Director of Healing Arts - Expressive Arts Therapy and Counselling Services


Julie received her BSSc in Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and worked for an educational psychology services centre as an assistant for two years prior to her therapist career. Julie was graduated from the Master of Expressive Arts Therapy in the University of Hong Kong and became a Registered Arts Therapist. Service area includes pre-school education, primary and secondary school, children and juvenile home, elderly care home and palliative care hospice etc.


Previous service area includes:


Chi Lin Buddhist Secondary School

Caritas Professional Support Services for Children with Special Needs

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service – Hong Kong

Haven of Hope Sister Annie Skau Holistic Care Centre

HKCCCU Kwong Yum Care Home

Hong Kong Christian Service PS33 Counseling Service for Psychotropic Substance Abusers

Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island West Hong Chi Morninghope School

S.K.H. Tin Wan Chi Nam Primary School

The Hong Kong Christian Kan Sun Association

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Ho Yuk Ching Educational Psychology Services Centre

Previous publication and public speech


Fung, J.Y.L. (2017). Transit from Life to Death: Expressive Arts Therapy in End-of-Life Care. A poster presentation in 39th Annual Conference of Association for Death Education and Counselling, USA. 


Fung, J.Y.L. (2017). Holistic Approach in End-of-Life Care: Psychosocial-spiritual Intervention in Expressive Arts Therapy. An oral presentation in JCECC Conference on Collaboration in Creating Compassionate Holistic End-of-Life Care for the Future. Jockey Club End-of-Life Community Care Project, Hong Kong.  


Fung, J.Y.L. (2016). Enhancing wellbeing in old age: Sensitizing and promoting active engagement in life through expressive arts therapy (Master dissertation). The University of Hong Kong.


Fung, J.Y.L. (2016).  Enhancing wellbeing of an elderly through expressive arts therapy. A PowerPoint presentation for clinical practicum of the master of expressive arts therapy program. Centre on Behavioral Health, The University of Hong Kong.

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