Jolene Chiang is a professionally trained Art Psychotherapist (MA AThR), accredited with Australian, New Zealand and Asia Creative Therapies Art Association (ANZACATA). She works in both community and hospital settings with children, youths and adults. She specialises in mental health, loss and grief and trauma. Her clinical experience includes working closely in multi-disciplinary teams including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and counsellors. Her clientele includes administering arts-based assessments, and providing compassionate, effective interventions for children, youths and adults living with mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety and personality disorders. Jolene is the first art psychotherapist to lead national community art projects and provide art psychotherapy at the first bereavement counselling centre in Singapore. She served a diverse population, including children to elderly experiencing grief and trauma from death-related losses due to illness, suicide, accidents, homicide and natural death. Jolene has been invited as conference presenter and panel speaker at various mental health, grief and bereavement settings to speak about clinical applications of art therapy. She is also very human, and a spiritual pilgrim.