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Light and Shadow


There is no light without shadow,

and no psychic wholeness without imperfection.

Collect work of C.G. Jung, Vol.12, para.208

As an expressive arts therapist, I think the healthy way to face our emotions and feelings is to accept and willing to communicate with them. We create a bridge to exploring our inner self through art-making, both the bright and dark sides. I believe light and shadow were made to coexist with each other. Once we see our limits and imperfection, we will recognize our potential to grow, approach, and fly.



Rhona Chang   /    Expressive Arts Therapist

Clinical Experience

Private Practice, Boston,MA 2022-present

  • Individual therapy

  • Family therapy

  • Expressive arts therapy

Private Practice, Taiwan 2016-2021

  • Promote the advancement of the professional image of creative arts therapy in Taiwan 

  • Provide Individual Children/ Adult Therapy, Family Therapy, and Marriage Therapy 

Adjunct Lecture, The university of Taipei

  • Graduate program of Art therapy 

  • Undergraduate program of visual arts 

In-home& outreach clinician, Boston, MA (2012- 2015)

  • Children Therapy

  • Family therapy

  • Marriage therapy

  • Coordinate the Asia mental service community at South shore Boston Area


  • PTSD/Trauma/Abuse

  • Attachment issue

  • Relationship/family issue

  • Anxiety 

  • Self-identity

  • Life and wellness coaching


Doctor of Expressive Art Therapies, 

Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

Mast of Arts in expressive arts therapy with a Specialization in Mental Health counseling

Lesley University, Cambridge, MA


Licensed Mental Counselor, LMHC


Expressive Arts therapy 

Therapeutic play 


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