Saturday, August 3, 2013

Diploma in Expressive Arts Therapy, Chennai, India

Women's Christian College and East West Center for Counselling and Training announces

Batch Three -  “Diploma Course in Expressive arts therapy

Training Calendar 2013 to 2014

Module One - Dec 10 to 19, 2013

December 10 to 11, 2013:   Counselling and Ethics, Dr Veena Esvardoss, and Magdalene Jeyarathnam 

December 12, 2013: Introduction to stories as therapeutic tool - Dr Eric Miller & Magdalene Jeyarathnam

December 13 to 19 2013:   Psychodrama - Sue Daniel, Australia

Module Two - Feb 10 to 19, 2014

Feb 10, 2014: Orientation in Art Therapy - Susan Anand, USA

Feb 11 to 13, 2014:  Storytelling & Therapy – Susan Perrow, Australia and Dr Eric Miller 

Feb 14 to 17, 2014:  Dance Movement Psychotherapy, Preetha Ramasubramanian

Feb 18 to 19, 2014: Integrating Music in therapy

Module Three - April 1 to 10, 2014

April 1 to  5, 2014: Expressive Art therapy – Focussing on Visual Art therapy, Jennie Kristel, USA 

April 6 to 10, 2014:  Expressive Art therapy - Jennie Kristel, USA

The diploma will be issued only on completion of:

  1. Attendance
  2. Trainer's evaluation
  3. Assignments
  4. Final Project
  5. Written Exam (one)
  6. 40 hours of personal (individual) therapy sessions
  7. Six Supervision sessions over skype compulsory from June to Nov

Training Venue - Women's Christian College, Nungambakkam, Chennai

Who should attend this training?

This is an intensive programme for those in the helping profession - (open to men and women) Therapists, HR (psychology), Social Workers, Counsellors, Psychologists, Special educators, NGO workers and those who are working with children will benefit from this course.

How is this training delivered?

The training is divided into 3 modules lasting 10 days each and takes place entirely in Chennai. At the completion of each module participants will have to complete projects and assignments of 15 hours. Each participant apart from the class hours will complete 200 hours of project work/ assignments.

Course Fee - Rs 75,000/=

For further details:

Application forms will be available Aug 1st 2013, with Dr Veena Esvaradoss, Psychology department, WCC and at the East West Center for Counselling's office.

For further details - 

Contact Course Co-ordinator - 9884700135

Center for Counselling - (044) 42080810/+ 91 9884100135    

WCC - (044) - 28275926/ 28231676/ - ext 323(psychology department)

About Expressive Arts Therapy

In addition, one of the East-West Center for Counselling’s specialties is modifying Western therapeutic approaches for use in the Indian context; this would also be a major theme of the course.

The Department of Psychology, WCC was started in 1973 as an undergraduate department. It currently offers M.Sc., in Applied Psychology with two branches (i) Counselling & Psychotherapy (ii) Organizational Behaviour. The M.Phil. Program (full time) was introduced in 2001 and Ph.D. Program (full time) in 2005. In 2004-05 the U.G.C. career-oriented courses were started.  This comprises of Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Human Relations, offered to students of all departments. Equipping students with professional and personal skills that empower them and enhance their employability is one of the objectives of the department.

In this course, seven individuals trained in the Australia, USA, Canada and India would teach the various modalities of Expressive arts therapy.  They would be organised by Ms Magdalene Jeyarathnam, Director of Chennai’s East West Center for Counselling, who along with faculty of the psychology department WCC, will also teach Counselling Skills and Ethics throughout the year-long Course.

Upon completion of the Course, participants would receive a diploma certifying them to have undergone 200 hours of training in Expressive arts therapy. 

About Expressive arts therapy:

Expressive arts therapy is the practice of using storytelling, singing, instrumental music, movement and dance, drama, and visual arts, all together, in an integrated way, to foster human growth, development, and healing.

Expressive arts therapy is predicated on the assumption that people can heal through use of imagination and the various forms of creative expression.

An Expressive arts therapist may specialise in a particular modality, but Expressive arts therapy is an inter-modal therapeutic discipline in which the therapist and client may move freely between drawing, dancing, music, drama, poetry, etc. 

In Expressive arts therapy, when the therapist and client see fit to do so, they discuss the client’s feelings and thoughts that have arisen in the client in the process of the client expressing him/herself in the artistic process.

Expressive arts therapy focuses on the client’s experience of expression, and on reflection upon the client’s feelings and thoughts that may have arisen during this experience.  The artistic product is of secondary importance.

Expressive arts therapy utilises a gentle non-judgmental approach, enabling the client to become aware of what is happening in his/her unconscious - through artistic expression, and then reflection upon and discussion about this expression.

Expressive arts therapy uses creative processes in therapeutic, rehabilitative, community, or educational settings to foster health, communication, and expression; promote the integration of physical, emotional, cognitive, and social functioning; enhance self-awareness; and facilitate change, including in relation to personal growth and community development.

Expressive arts therapy can be practiced with individuals, couples, families, and groups.

Training Team

 Sue Daniel - Psychodrama (December)

Sue Daniel is the director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne, which celebrated its 10th Anniversary on 22 July 2011.  Her background includes a variety of areas such as early childhood education and special education, psychology, individual and group psychotherapy, counselling for couples, adolescents and families, philosophy, and drug and alcohol rehabilitation.  More on Sue and her work. Sue is a TEP (Trainer, Educator and Practitioner) of Psychodrama, Founder of the Moreno Psychodrama Society, and a member of the Board of Directors  of the IAGP (International Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes ). Currently she is a co-chair of the IAGP Education Committee.  Her visit to Chennai sees the start of a joint collaboration between the IAGP and East West Center For Counselling & Training.

 Jennie Kristel - Playback Theatre, Expressive Art therapy (April)

Jennie Kristel M.A., CET is a Certified Expressive Arts  therapist and Reiki Teacher/practitioner in private practice. In her 20 +year career, Jen has used the arts (including visual, movement, psychodrama, and Playback Theatre) in both clinical and non-clinical settings.  Jen is an adjunct professor at Burlington College, in Burlington Vermont and since 2003 also teaches Playback Theatre and the use of Expressive therapies internationally, and has been working in conjunction with the Centre for Counseling since 2009.  She is on the Board of Directors of the Centre for Playback Theatre. Her website is www.journeyworksvt.comand her blog is

Dr Eric Miller - Storytelling (Feb)

Dr Eric Miller directs the World Storytelling Institute ( ) here in Chennai.  He leads various types of Storytelling Workshops. Last year he completed his PhD in Folklore from the University of Pennsylvania.  He has been associated with the Center for Counselling since 2006.

Magdalene Jeyarathnam - Counselling Skills and Ethics (Dec)

Magdalene Jeyarathnam, is a practicing counsellor and counselling trainer. She has worked as a counsellor, counselling supervisor and counselling trainer for 19 years. She is the Director of East West Center for Counselling and The Indian Institute of Psychodrama. She has developed counselling training modules, protocols and guidelines for counsellors in India and other countries especially in South East Asia. She works as a consultant to several UNICEF, WHO, World Vision projects. She is a member of the International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes.

Dr. Veena Easvaradoss, Ph.D. - Counselling Skills and Ethics (Dec)

Dr. Veena Easvaradoss
, Associate Professor of Psychology, Women’s Christian College, Chennai, has over 20 years of professional experience in clinical and counselling psychology. She has obtained her doctoral degree from the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore. Her clinical practice includes being Clinical Psychologist on referral for several schools, NGOs and corporates. She has facilitated at a number of workshops on counselor training including Grief Counselling, Counselling for teachers, Coping with Stress, Counselling Skills, Behaviour modification, Parenting, Suicide Prevention, Learning problems, Tsunami volunteers' counselling training among others.

Preetha Ramasubramanian – Dance Movement Psychotherapy (Feb)

Preetha  Ramasubramanian is a Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist trained in the UK. She was awarded a distinction from Goldsmiths College, University of London for her work with the forensic population.   She has worked with children having severe behaviour problems, trauma, autism, cerebral palsy, abuse, etc… both in mainstream schools and in special schools. She has also worked with drug users, sex offenders, and adults with criminal background having severe mental health issues. At present Preetha works with both children and adults in private practice.

Susan Perrow - Therapeutic Storytelling (Feb)

Susan Perrow – has published two books Healing Stories for Challenging Behaviour and Therapeutic Storytelling. Susan runs workshops all around the world. She is a storyteller, teacher trainer, parent educator and counsellor. Her books have been translated and sold throughout the world. She will be leading her first storytelling workshop in India from Feb 7 to 9, 2014 in collaboration with the World Storytelling Institute.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Indian Institute of Psychodrama

Please visit the blog

this has information regarding workshops on Psychodrama.

August 2013 Psychodrama workshops in Chennai and Bangalore. Please contact for further information or registration.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Dance Movement Therapy & Music Therapy

Workshops in July 2013

a) Dance Movement Psychotherapy (13 to 17 July 2013)
b) Music Therapy (8 to 12 July 2013)

Dance Movement Psychotherapy
Date:13 to 17 July 2013
This course aims to provide you with the basic concepts of theory and practice in Dance Movement Psychotherapy. As the body remembers its story, with an engagement with movement it helps people get in touch with themselves in a more deeper way and can lead to new discoveries about themselves.
Body and movement is the medium of creative process during the therapy, therefore the therapist helps the clients get in touch with their inner world in an authentic way. The therapist does not need a background in dance to facilitate this process. Psychodynamic principles will be the main medium of theoretical approach that will be used to connect the cathartic process to cognitive understanding.
The main areas of focus are:
-       Working with different cliental groups using movement as a medium of communication
-       Exploring the concepts of attunement and empathy in communication

-       Working with ones own movement and trying to connect it with their life experiences
-       Using other tools to help explore the movement process
You will be awarded a certificate of completion at the end of the course. The classes will be 9 AM to 3 PM, Between 3 PM to 4 PM you will have to work on a class assignment everyday.

The trainer is a qualified Dance Psychotherapist - Preetha Ramasubramanian
Preetha  Ramasubramanian is a Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist trained in the UK. She was awarded a distinction from Goldsmiths College, University of London for her work with the forensic population.   She has worked with children having severe behaviour problems, trauma, autism, cerebral palsy, abuse, etc… both in mainstream schools and in special schools. She has also worked with drug users, sex offenders, and adults with criminal background having severe mental health issues. At present Preetha works with both children and adults in private practice. 
Please contact 9884100135 for details about the course and registration.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Storytelling and healing workshop 23 rd May, delhi

Storytelling and Healing workshop @ Karmic Research Center

World Storytelling Institute and East West Center for Counselling and Training together present a one day workshop on 23 rd May 2013. The workshop is repeated on the 24 th May. 

Registrations are closed for 23rd and 24th.


For the workshop on 25th May (Saturday) @ Delhi ( location to be announced)

 please email: or

Phone number:
0 9884100135, 0 9840394282

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Psychodrama in New Delhi 21, 22 december 2013

Indian Institute of Psychodrama is honoured to present a two day Psychodrama workshop in Delhi with Sue Daniel on December 21 & 22, 2013.

Introduction to Psychodrama

Psychodrama is a creative way of exploring the world of individuals, families and organisations using action methods and spontaneous drama. It is an enlivening framework in which the use of the imagination is central. 

Psychodrama is an experiential group work method based on the principals of Dr J. L. Moreno (1889-1974).  Psychodrama has been the basis of many theories and practices of group work since 1923.  It has applications in a variety of settings.  Psychodrama is an action method and involves the use of dramatic enactment to explore themes, events and stories in our lives.

This meeting will provide an introduction to the use of core principals and techniques of Psychodrama including role theory, sociometry and sociodrama.  It is suited for people working or studying in a variety of fields such as health, education, organisational development, the creative arts and pastoral care.  Learning will be experiential, based on the interests and concerns of the participants, who can expect significant personal and professional growth.  Participants can expect to enjoy themselves as well as learn about this creative and positive method, which has relevance in work and in everyday relationships.

Life provides many positive challenges and possibilities, which are ours if we have the courage to take them.  This two-day experience sharing workshop will also assist those who want to develop greater strength, vitality and more effective relationships with themselves and others. 

About Sue Daniel

Sue Daniel, BA, DipT, MApS, TEP is a psychodramatist and psychotherapist in private practice in Melbourne, Australia. She is the Director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne and a Visiting Professor at the Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido, Japan.  Sue is the founder of the Moreno Psychodrama Society and Chairperson of the Australian and Aotearoa (New Zealand) Board of Psychodrama.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy.  She is an international trainer, educator and practitioner who conducts workshops and educational seminars in communities, institutes and organizations worldwide.  Sue’s writing on psychodrama has been published in books and journals.

For  further information please call  9884100135 or
email us.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Art therapy workshop in Delhi

 Announcing Two One-day Workshops (in South Delhi):
1) Art therapy -- Sunday 28 April 2013, with Susan Ainlay Anand.  
2) Expressive Arts therapy --  Monday 29 April 2013, with Magdalene Jeyarathnam.

About East-West Center for Counselling & Training

East-West Center for Counselling is based in Chennai, India.
We provide culturally sensitive counseling services to all ages of people. We have clients from 3 years upto 60 plus – we depute counselors to schools, colleges and other organizations, we work on issues related to behavior modification, supportive counseling to help make positive changes, couple counseling, counseling children/ adults for grief and loss.

We provide counseling and therapy related training – Art therapy, Expressive Arts therapy, Psychodrama and Counselling. We run a one-year diploma course on Expressive Arts therapy in collaboration with Women’s Christian College, Chennai.

We are honored to present a one-day Art therapy workshop with Susan Ainlay Anand in South Delhi.

Profile of Susan Ainlay Anand

Susan Ainlay Anand, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPAT, works with children and adults in inpatient and outpatient settings.  She is an instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she provides Art therapy services and teaches psychiatry residents about the use of art therapy with physically ill and psychiatric patients. She frequently provides workshops and training on the benefits of Art therapy and use of the creative process to strengthen resilience.

Art Therapy: When Words are not Enough

This workshop will provide an overview of the profession of Art therapy with case examples from a variety of settings. Attendees will also learn about multicultural resilience strategies with a focus on ways to increase appreciation of beauty and excellence, hope, spirituality, and gratitude in the art room. Materials will be provided so that each person will have the opportunity to create an art piece that will further illustrate the concepts introduced in the didactic portion of this workshop.

Date – 28 April, 2013 (Sunday)
Time – 10 AM to 3 PM     
Cost – Rs 1000/=         
Venue – Chittaranjan Park area, South Delhi

We are also presenting a one-day Expressive Arts therapy workshop with 
East-West Center for Counselling and Training
Director, Magdalene Jeyarathnam, at the same venue in
South Delhi, on the following day.

Profile of Magdalene Jeyarathnam

Magdalene works as a counselor and trainer for counselors and therapists for the last 19 years. She works with clients of all ages – her clientele starts from the early age of 3 on. She uses several art techniques and tools in her counseling practice. Magdalene has also done various assignments related to developing counseling in many South East Asian countries, for various organizations, such as UNICEF and WHO, and governments such as Bhutan, Myanmar and Thailand. She has worked in the areas of addiction, HIV/AIDS, women and children, and LGBT communities.

Introducing Expressive Arts Therapy in Psychotherapy/
Counseling Practice

This workshop will help participants integrate various art forms into counselling and psychotherapy. This will be an experiential workshop on using a combination of arts in therapy. Participants will experiment with and explore using music, movement, visual art, role-playing and storytelling.

Date – 29 April, 2013 (Monday)
Time – 10 AM to 3 PM     
Cost – Rs 1000/=         
Venue – Chittraranjan Park area, South Delhi

Those attending both workshops would get a discount and could pay Rs 1500/= only.
Registration is done by making the payment of Rs 1000/= or Rs 1500/=  by cash/cheque (favouring "East-West Center for Counselling and Training P Ltd"). 

Regarding payments, please speak to our volunteer in Delhi 99101 12748.
For further details or clarifications, please contact

Magdalene Jeyarathnam,  
Director, East West Center for Counselling & Training                                               
Telephone 044- 42080810/  +91 -  9884100135

Friday, March 15, 2013

Storytelling in Therapy Workshop

Storytelling Therapy (Therapeutic Uses of Storytelling)

Three-Day Workshop,  on 13-15 (Sat-Mon) April 2013.  

Presented by the World Storytelling Institute and the 
East West Center for Counsellling and Training. Especially for people who work in 
NGOs and in fields involving caring for people and helping them to grow and heal.  

Location: near Nungambakkam High Road. 

This Module would center around participants creating and telling imaginary 
stories based on True-Life stories, especially their Life Stories, and episodes 
of these stories.  We will be making metaphors for experiences.

We will discuss the Whys and Hows of this metaphor-making process. 

Cost - Rs 3,500/
Timing - 10 AM to 3.30 PM

For additional info, please call -  98403 94282/ 9884100135

"Introduction to Using Storytelling for Therapy"
by Dr. Eric Miller (PhD in Folklore)
Director, World Storytelling Institute
  June 2011

The time has come for Storytelling Therapy to take its place alongside
Drama TherapyDance TherapyMusic TherapyVisual Art Therapy,

What is Storytelling Therapy?  It is, simply, using storytelling for therapy.
This can be done in many ways, as the below begins to describe.

Talk Therapy itself largely consists of Storytelling.  A major part of Talk
Therapy is that the client tells about what happened in the past.  Client and therapist together review and discuss how things happened, why they
happened, and perhaps how similar experiences (if negative) could be
avoided in the future.  Thus, alternate possible ways that things could go
are explored.

There is a difference between one’s life, and one’s life story.  One is at
 the centre of one’s life.  Thus, one may not have very much perspective
regarding it.  Sometimes in one’s life, many things may be “up in the air”.
It may at times be difficult to detach oneself from one’s situation and view
 one’s situations in a cool and objective manner.  One may not always
 have a clear sense of where one is going.

On the other hand, when one constructs one’s life story, one is constructing
an object, a story, that is distinct from one’s self, and that can be viewed as
a whole.  One’s life story -- like any story -- has a beginning, middle, and
end.  Thus, one’s life story may seem more manageable, and at times may
be more inspirational and less anxiety-provoking, than one’s actual life.

If a client’s life -- and life story -- is not going according to plan, the client
may wish to engage in “Life-Story Repair”.  Such repair work takes the
difficulties into account, makes the best of the situation, and charts a new
course towards an as happily-ever-after ending as possible.

Three types of stories we would be working with include:
1) True-Life (Autobiographical) Stories, and other Documentary Stories.
2) Traditional Stories (Epics, Fables, Fairy Tales, etc).
3) Made-up Stories.

When using storytelling for therapy, the stories may be supplied (recalled, composed, etc) by the therapist or by the client.  The client discussing a
story, and perhaps telling a story to others, may help the client to grapple
with and work through challenges that she or he may be facing in real life.

Whether a story's characters are humans, animals, divinities, aliens, etc
-- all stories are composed of situations.  Storytellers and listeners can
imagine themselves in a story’s situations, and can consider if they might
do things the similarly or differently from how the characters are doing
things.This provides the tellers and listeners with opportunities to re-live past
events, and to practice what they might do in future events.

ProjectionIdentificationEmpathyImitation, and Imagination are key
processes when it comes to people and storytelling.  People project
 themselves into story characters.  They tend to identify, and feel empathy,
with the characters.  This occurs through the use of people’s powers of imagination.  People may then imitate the characters of their favourite

In the course of Storytelling Therapy sessions, therapists and clients could
make lists of challenging situations that clients may face in a wide range of contexts, including those in relation to:
1) Family members,
2) Colleagues and others in the workplace, and
3) Health, economic, sexual-orientation issues.

Then they could consider these challenging situations, and (using their
imaginations, their abilities to weave fantasy), they could compose and tell
stories based on these situations.  They could come up with various
possible endings to a story -- some successful, some less so, for the
characters involved.

It may be that the client's healing may occur most powerfully when the
client creates or finds his/her own healing stories, and when the client tells
 such stories to others and leads discussions about these stories.  We want the
client to be in an active role -- as much as possible -- in relation to the
Storytelling Therapy process.

Therapists and clients could also explore ways in which the imaginative,
oral verbal, physical, and social processes of storytelling could be

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Training Faculty over the years

Trainers visiting us 

East West Center for Counselling has been inviting trainers to teach us various modalities since 2008
  1. Mrinalini Sekhar - July 2008, Movement and Play workshop
  2. Monique Mcgrath - Conducted workshop on music therapy 2009
  3. Dr Eric Miller - Storytelling in Counselling and Therapy 2008
  4. Dr Herb Propper - TEP, Psychodrama trainer and practioner - visited us first in Sept 2009, we held a series of psychodrama workshops.
  5. Jennie Kristel - Play Back Theatre and Expressive therapist, Nov 2009, did a series of expressive art therapy workshops and playback theatre workshops.
  6. Dr Herb Propper - Visited us again in July 2010 as Fulbright scholar, conducted a series of psychodrama workshops.(visited WCC)
  7. Jennie Kristel - Visited us Oct 2010, conducted workshops on Expressive therapy in SMC and NGO workers
  8. Dr Herb Propper - Visited us January 2011 did some psychodrama teaching and psychodrama work with women's group
  9. Melba Thorne - July to Nov 2011, Art therapy Workshops in WCC and other places
  10. Dr Herb Propper - Dec 2011 - Expressive Art therapy programme in WCC
  11. Monique Mcgrath - Dec 2011, Music Therapy
  12. Jennie Kristel - Feb 2012 - Payback theatre 
  13. Tia - Feb 2012
  14. Preetha Ramasubramanian - July 2012, Dance Movement Therapy, certificate course in WCC and diploma course in WCC
  15. Dr Eric Miller - July 2012, Storytelling therapy
  16. Dr Veena Easvardoss - Juy 2012, the course co-ordinator and co host in the diploma in Expressive Arts Therapy course
  17. Sue Daniel - Melbourne Institute of Psychodrama - Dec 2012, WCC diploma course in Expressive Art therapy
  18. Jennie Kristel - Feb 2013 - Playback theatre and Expressive Art therapy
  19. Dr. Sumathy Sundar, Ph.D. - Music therapy - Juy 2013
  20. Preetha Ramasubramaian - July 2013, Dance Movement Therapy
  21. Sue Daniel - May 2013, Psychodrama workshop
  22. Dr Herb Propper - Psychodrama Workshops in Aug/ Sept 2013

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Deputation of School and College Counsellors

Deputation of counsellors to Schools and Colleges

East West Center for Counselling and Training works with School and College Managements closely in deputing our counsellors to work as School/ College Counsellor.

CFC is also a counselling/ therapy training center we train teachers, psychologists, counsellors and social workers  on various forms of therapy in particular Art therapy. We run counselling and therapy training in affiliation with various organisations national and international.

What we can do:

  1. Workshops for teachers on various challenges they face in classrooms
  2. Workshops for parents
  3. Workshops for children - Pre school to teenagers
  4. Provide life skills training for children
  5. Provide trained and efficient psychological counsellors
  6. Provide training on child friendly interventions 
Advantages of Hiring a Counselling Center rather than the counsellor directly

All emotional support is given at one point: Counselling, Life skills education, psychological testing, referrals to psychiatrists or Special educators.
  1. Child centered counselling - All our counsellors are trained in Expressive Art therapy methods - Storytelling,  drama, art, music and other child friendly methods.
  2. Ongoing Training - Update of information, laws pertaining to children, psychological tests updates, refreshing counselling skills.
  3. Counselling supervisor closely monitors the work of the counsellor to ensure ethical practices every week.
  4. Peer Supervision - All the counsellors meet to discuss the difficulties in managing specific client situations and peers help in ensuring counsellor is on track with each client.
  5. Consistent counselling service for each institution - in case  counsellor being absent on sick/ emergency basis, replacement or temporary counsellor will be continuing the work within one day.
  6. Documentation / Reporting formats is well thought out and prepared for schools and colleges. All documentation is up to date because of the counselling supervision which happens every Saturday.
  7. Part time or Full time counsellors depending on the institution's specific needs.
  8. Specific issues faced in a school can be addressed by psychological support experts - Suicide attempt by a student/ sudden  death of a student/ etc. will be addressed very sensitively.
Institutions which have counsellors from us.
  1. St Josephs Anglo Indian School, Perambure
  2. Chennai Girls School, Saidapet - Counsellor sponsored by Rotary Club of Madras South
  3. Asan Engineering College - Chenglepet
  4. Asan CBSE Primary and Senior School
  5. Asan Matriculation School
  6. Asan Arst and Science College
  7. Pon Vidhyashram - Kolapakkam
  8. Pon Vidhyashram - Valsarwakkam
  9. Pon Vidhyashram - Velachery
  10. Pon Vidhyashram - Injambakkam
For more information:

Contact Magdalene Jeyarathnam
East West Center for Counselling and Trg
email -