陳小薇 (服務總監) – 英國註冊藝術心理治療師、英國藝術治療師協會認可督導、註冊社工及The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children認證創傷專家。
CHAN Siu Mei, May (Supervisor) MA Art Psychotherapy, BA & MA in Social Work), is an art psychotherapist and BAAT approved supervisor, Certified Trauma Practitioner (The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children).
May started BGCA Art psychotherapy & Children & Adolescent trauma treatment service after her graduation at the Goldsmiths College, University of London. May is now leading a team of professionals to provide counseling and trauma treatment services for children and their families suffering from traumatic experience.
2012, May has co-edited and published the book “Art Therapy In Asia: To the Bone or wrapped in Silk” with Debra Kalmanowitz and Jordan Potash and the book has translated into Korean in 2013. http://www.jkp.com/uk/art-therapy-in-asia.html
馬楚雯 – 社會工作學士、註冊社工。
馬姑娘從事兒童及青少年工作達三十年。早年於青少年中心提供服務, 其後轉任中學學校社工‚自1996年起任職輔導員至今。期間馬姑娘一直進修與兒童及家庭輔導有關的訓練課程, 除取得兒童精神健康證書外, 亦已完成超過150小時的遊戲輔導認證訓練, 將會註冊為遊戲為本輔導員。
Ma Chor Man, Peace – BA (Hons) Social Work, Registered Social Worker
Ms. Ma has been delivering children and youth service for over thirty years. She was a youth worker in Children & Youth Center and school social worker in her early years of service. She was posted as Counsellor since 1996. Ms. Ma received lots of training about children and family therapy. She is going to be registered as a Play-based Counsellor. She had handled several hundred cases of different natures throughout her years in working as a counselor.
Ms. Ma is especially interested and owns expertise in students with special educational needs. She is one of the writers and editors of a series of handbooks for parents and teachers of students with those specific difficulties.
姚景之 – 英國註冊音樂治療師、美國註冊腦神經學音樂治療師、香港註冊社工；英國劍橋安格利亞羅斯金大學音樂治療碩士（優異）、香港中文大學心理學文學碩士、香港大學社會工作學士（一級榮譽）。
姚先生曾任駐幼兒學校社工，和擔任綜合青少年服務中心 (ICYSC) 兒童及家庭團隊之社工工作。任職社工期間，姚先生曾接受音樂治療和遊戲治療的臨床督導，並為有特殊學習需要（如自閉症譜系障礙、專注力不足/過度活躍、讀寫障礙等）及面對情緒和行為困難之小學和幼校學童提供心理支援，並應用 Theraplay 之原則以促進親子關係。
為了更深入協助有特殊學習需要，或面對情緒及精神健康困擾兒童之發展，姚先生遠赴英國劍橋修讀音樂治療碩士課程，並以優異 (Distinction) 成績畢業，其後獲頒英國 Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) 認可之註冊音樂治療師資格。姚先生在音樂治療臨床實習期間，亦曾為有特殊學習需要和有創傷背景之兒童提供心理治療服務。畢業後，姚先生回港服務本地有需要之人士，包括患有自閉症譜系障礙之學童、面對醫療創傷之幼兒、入住家舍之兒童等等，並支援其家長。姚先生期後再修讀專門的腦神經學音樂治療，為兒童提供以音樂為輔助的肢體、言語和認知訓練。
Mr. YAU King Chi – RMT, NMT, RSW; MA (Mus Thy), MA (Psy), BSW
Mr. Yau is both a registered music therapist and social worker trained in the UK and Hong Kong respectively. He is also certified as a neurologic music therapist (NMT) at the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. He holds an MA degree in Music Therapy (Distinction) (ARU, Cambridge), an MA in Psychology (CUHK), and a Bachelor degree in Social Work (First Class Honours) (HKU).
While still working as a social worker in a preschool and an Integrated Children and Youth Services Centre (ICYSC), Mr. Yau received clinical supervision on music therapy and play therapy. He was mainly providing services to children with special educational needs (SEN) and children with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Also, he applied the principles of Theraplay to parent-child work under intense clinical supervision.
In order to equip himself further, Mr. Yau went to Cambridge to study an MA programme in Music Therapy and graduated with Distinction. After getting the practicing license from the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), Mr. Yau went back to his home city to provide music therapy service to children in need, such as those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attachment difficulties, traumatic background, etc., as well as their parents. In the same year, Mr. Yau was further certified as a neurologic music therapist (NMT) in order to provide music-assisted evidence-based training to children on their sensorimotor, speech and language, and cognitive development.
陳楚鍵 – 戲劇教育工作者/ 心理輔導員/ 英國註冊心理劇心理治療師
陳先生曾於香港小童群益會擔當應用戲劇計劃主任一職 2013-17，提供應用劇場服務及戲劇心理治療服務，對象包括患有抑鬱症、心理創傷、自閉症、過度活躍症、焦慮症及其他情緒症狀的家長、職青、中學生及小學生。陳先生亦有去不同的地方作經驗分享，例如: 香港教育劇場論壇，港台網上節目「有你同行」，港台電視節目「醫生與你」。陳先生希望以心理治療和戲劇知識讓不同的人發光。
Chan Cho Kin – Drama Educator/ Counselor/ Psychodrama Psychotherapist
Mr. Chan (M. Ed, B.F.A., Drama) is a registered psychodrama psychotherapist. He holds a Postgraduate Advanced Diploma in London Centre for Psychodrama (Psychodrama Group and Individual Psychotherapy), Advanced (practitioner) Certificate of Playback Theatre awarded by Centre of Playback Theatre (NY), a Musical Theatre Summer School Program in Guildford School of Acting.
Mr. Chan is a Theatre Practitioner, Dubbing Artist, Experienced Applied Drama Facilitator and HKSDF adjudicator. He has been delivering psychotherapeutic service since 2013. He has facilitated individual and groups psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety, phobia, depression, bipolar and panic disorder. Different mass media, such as TEFO, RTHK radio 5, RTHK TV (Doctor and You) has interviewed Mr. Chan for SEN Education and psychotherapy experience. He is keen on integrating performing arts and psychotherapy into his service to enlighten different people.
許德城 – 澳紐亞註冊藝術(表達藝術)治療師、德國註冊舞蹈治療師、香港註冊社工、香港大學表達藝術治療碩士、香港浸會大學社工系學士
Mr. HUI Tak Shing –AThR, BTD, RSW; MExpArtsTh, BSW
Mr. Hui is a Registered Arts Therapist in ANZACATA, Registered Dance Therapist in Germany and a Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong respectively. He graduates in Master of Expressive Arts Therapy in HKU and Bachelor of Social Work in HKBU.
Mr. Hui has been working in counselling and crisis intervention for 19-years working experience. He has worked as an outreaching and secondary school social worker respectively. He integrates counselling, expressive arts therapy and dance movement therapy into his work. He has been working for people with stress or mental health problem, like depression or anxiety; SEN students (ASD, ADHD); children or youth who has developmental needs and supported services for their parents. His psychotherapy intervention is focus on enhancing stress reduction, emotion expression, emotion regulation, personal growth, parent-child relationship, self-esteem and communication.