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Exploring Japan Psychological Projective Test : Landscape Montage Technique

Date: 17 Oct 2021

Hong Kong

Landscape Montage Technique (風景構成法LMT) is one of the significant clinical projective techniques in Japan. Originally LMT was developed by a Japanese psychiatrist, Nakai Hisao, in 1969, intent on exploring the possibility of a psychotherapeutic approach by drawing with his schizophrenic patients. Since the Landscape Montage Technique (LMT) was developed, it widely used in many different clinical settings and populations throughout Japan. This seminar aims to introduce LMT applications to clinicians in Hong Kong who are interested in learning new projective drawing techniques from Japan. The first half-hour will be self-experiential time for participants to create their own LMT picture (preparing one A4 paper and Crayons or Colour Pencils). Later the seminar will introduce the clinical applications, interpretations, and case examples.

Duration: 3-5pm

Venue: Online

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HKSCP member $300, non-member $400

Language: English

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