Child Life, Art and Music Therapy Programmes (CHAMPs)
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Pearlyn Lee believes that the arts have the potential to express what words fail to convey. With clinical experiences from Australia and Singapore, Pearlyn’s work focuses on building mental health and wellbeing through the therapeutic qualities of art and mindfulness practices. In 2013, she set up the art therapy service at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, bringing the benefits of art therapy to patients and their families. Outside of her art therapist hat, she enjoys doodling and crafting of all sorts. Pearlyn has a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Psychology from the National University of Singapore, and she received her Master of Art Therapy qualification from La Trobe University (Australia).
Medical Education and Events
20 College Road, Academia, Level 2,
The 12th Asia Pacific Burn Congress will be held from 14 to 17 August 2019 at the Academia, Singapore.