Sook Kyoung Kwon
Sook Kyoung Kwon is an Expressive Arts Therapist and Restorative Justice Practitioner who specializes in utilizing creative interventions to help people with communication,
problem-solving, peace-building and healing. She strongly believes in the power of play and arts to heal people, restore relationships, and build and support communities. Sook Kyoung has extensive experience working with families of children with special needs, immigrants, refugees, incarcerated and homeless. She is passionate about bringing expressive arts and training programs to diverse communities. As an active theatre artist, her work incorporates the Theatre of the Oppressed and Playback Theatre to bring people together to share their stories and to serve change.
Sook Kyoung studied Theology (BA) and Christian Education and Counseling (Th.M) at Yonsei University in Korea. She holds an MA in Expressive Arts Therapy from European Graduate School. She is a co-founder of The Creatives PATCH: Play and Arts Tools for Change and Healing and currently serves as a counselor at Elim Counseling Center for Family and Community (www.elimccfc.org). Sook Kyoung has been a trainer/facilitator for NCRC since 2018.