Friday, October 21, 2016

RYLA - ROTARY MADRAS SOUTH (15-10-2016 and 16-10-2016)

The East West Center For Counselling and Rotary Club combined and conducted a two days camp at Ennore Chennai. 54 students from Chennai girls school participated in the camp.


The core objective of the camp is to enhance the leadership quality in students.


1#  There were different sessions conducted for the students of chennai girls, based on expressive arts. One was collage making through which the students were asked to create a collage out of magazine pictures reflecting themselves and there feelings.
2#  A role play session was conducted by CFC staff which also had an impact on the students.The session helped the students to find their strength and weakness.


1#  In each session the students took interest in making their piece of art to the best of their ability covering every aspect of the way they wants their lives to turn out to be.

2#   The students found it very useful as they were able to get to know each other on a more broader note and also to understand oneself better.

3#  Through proper guidance and support each child can achieve their dreams.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Training Program On Basic Counselling Skills

East West Center for Counselling conducted a 6-day intensive training program on counselling skills, from 26-9-2016 to 1-10-2016 at our center in Nungambakkam. 
Both practical and theoretical sessions were conducted.


"The training taught me that  a counselor performed different roles. The practical sessions helped me understand better about myself as a counselor."

" The training helped me understand the importance of creativity and spontaneity during counselling sessions."

"The training program made me  feel that a holistic intervention is a more sustained way of working with individuals and groups."

Expressive Arts Therapy (EAT) workshops at Madras School Of Social Work (MSSW)

East West Center for Counselling conducted a two workshop at MSSW, for the final year post graduate students and for the final year UG students of psychology on 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th of September 2016. Around 25 students attended each of the workshop.


"The workshop helped me understand that, every individual is different and they have their own priorities and reasons for their actions. Expressive Arts Therapy helped the students to express and ventilate their emotions."

"Expressing our self through different forms of arts was the best part in the workshop. Each activity enhanced my creativity. Therapist Levine's definition was inspiring. Expressive Arts Therapy is a form in which one's emotion or thought can be expressed."

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