Margaret Chung is an HCPC-registered Art Psychotherapist and an artist.
She is currently based in London and working as a Practitioner Supervisor at a Mental Health Support Team under a Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).
She is also on a Supervisor training course held by University College London and Anna Freud Centre.
After graduating with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Fine Art (University of Oxford), Margaret returned to Hong Kong, her home city, and worked in arts & culture and education for two years. She then returned to the UK and completed a Master's in Art Therapy (University of Derby).
Her clinical experiences included working with young people with mental health difficulties and their families in a range of settings, including CAMHS, charity, and school.
Margaret's passion for philosophy, film & theatre, photography, and cooking informs her understanding and practice of art therapy.
As a member of the 150 Student Leaders Programme 2020 cohort (organized by the Council of Deans of Health and the Burdett Trust for Nursing), Margaret spoke about being an ethnically diverse trainee art therapist in Health Education England podcast and focus groups.