An Experiential Journey
of
Creative Arts Therapy
SONALI SENROY
&
PRIYA SENROY
Anubhav means ‘ to experience’
It is a technique where, the facilitator and the
individual goes on a journey together.
To ...
It is a symbolic approach
It places emphasis that emotions and feelings
can be expressed through metaphors.
.
Anubhav creates a non-threatening and
non-confrontational space
For expression and communication,
For those who wish to ...
It seeks to discover how
Drama,Movement,Non-verbal
communication,Music,Art and Story
can be used alternative techniques of...
Our clients have included
Children, young adults and at risk youths
in special schools and community programs.
Individuals recovering from
Domestic violence ,Substance abuse and
Trafficking.
In hospitals, mental health settings, fore...
In this
improvisation, a
group of children
with special
needs became the
three wise men
during a
Christmas
enactment.
Here a teen
recovering in a
hospital has drawn
a picture of a
flower as a
metaphor to
represent her
Eating disorder
and th...
Taking part in
an
improvisation,
a group of
young adults
with learning
disabilities
are enacting
the emotion
of joy
In this slide children who are survivors of domestic violence have used these objects
to express the creative arts experie...
In this slide , this underprivileged 16 year old used collage to express the
different facets of herself using different c...
A 12 year old makes a puppet to
dramatise a piece on self awareness.
In this group work, the clients take part in a guided movement piece of being
in a bubble which represents the personal sp...
In this individual session, this 13 year old makes a red mask to show the anger
she has been harbouring in herself against...
These masks are a
part of the
dramatic session
where a group of
senior women
living in an old age
home took part in a
myth...
A young adult
incarcerated in
an Indian prison
made a mask to
express the range
of emotions that
he was feelings
as has wa...
Part of a multicultural women's group performance, in England,
the enactment represented the conflict and pain caused as a...
We offer training and workshops for:
*Professionals *Educators *Organizations
Supervisors and managers participating
in our personal development workshop
Caregivers and front line workers taking
part in our professional development
workshop
OUR CONTACT
SONALI SENROY
sonalisenroy@yahoo.co.in
PRIYA SENROY
senroycounselling@gmail.com
www.senroycounselling.com
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This presentation highlights our work as Creative Arts Therapy Facilitators in Mental Health Care.Our work focuses on direct service , training and research and can include facilitating group and individual sessions, intake, evaluations, assessment, research and publication, outreach and community education, training of staff and volunteers, referrals and documentation.

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Anubhav-Creative Arts Therapy

  1. 1. An Experiential Journey of Creative Arts Therapy SONALI SENROY & PRIYA SENROY
  2. 2. Anubhav means ‘ to experience’ It is a technique where, the facilitator and the individual goes on a journey together. To explore, experience and rediscover the lost treasures of the inner self.
  3. 3. It is a symbolic approach It places emphasis that emotions and feelings can be expressed through metaphors.
  4. 4. . Anubhav creates a non-threatening and non-confrontational space For expression and communication, For those who wish to imagine, to elaborate and to transform things around them.
  5. 5. It seeks to discover how Drama,Movement,Non-verbal communication,Music,Art and Story can be used alternative techniques of expression
  6. 6. Our clients have included Children, young adults and at risk youths in special schools and community programs.
  7. 7. Individuals recovering from Domestic violence ,Substance abuse and Trafficking. In hospitals, mental health settings, forensic and rehabilitation centres.
  8. 8. In this improvisation, a group of children with special needs became the three wise men during a Christmas enactment.
  9. 9. Here a teen recovering in a hospital has drawn a picture of a flower as a metaphor to represent her Eating disorder and the sun symbolising herself
  10. 10. Taking part in an improvisation, a group of young adults with learning disabilities are enacting the emotion of joy
  11. 11. In this slide children who are survivors of domestic violence have used these objects to express the creative arts experiential journey they undertook while working on recovering from the trauma of witnessing the violence. Here they used the magician and the bridge to represent the facilitator and the medium while the clay ‘blobs’ and dolls represented their past ,their inner and their present selves.
  12. 12. In this slide , this underprivileged 16 year old used collage to express the different facets of herself using different colours and textures. Being a survivor of domestic violence , the client was able to work through her trauma and is now a trainee in a Dance therapy course.
  13. 13. A 12 year old makes a puppet to dramatise a piece on self awareness.
  14. 14. In this group work, the clients take part in a guided movement piece of being in a bubble which represents the personal space. The external pressures of the society causes the bubble to shrink, pushing down on them. The end result is to make the self strong enough to resist these pressures which once forced them to becomes victims of trafficking. The clients belong to a children’s home in Kolkata India.
  15. 15. In this individual session, this 13 year old makes a red mask to show the anger she has been harbouring in herself against her parents. Her father tried to kill her three times for being a girl child and her mother rejected her due to family pressure. She stays in the children's shelter home in Kolkata ,India.
  16. 16. These masks are a part of the dramatic session where a group of senior women living in an old age home took part in a myths and legends workshop. Theseus and Minotaur was adapted to suit the Indian cultural scenario.
  17. 17. A young adult incarcerated in an Indian prison made a mask to express the range of emotions that he was feelings as has was recovering from substance abuse.
  18. 18. Part of a multicultural women's group performance, in England, the enactment represented the conflict and pain caused as a result of migration and associated mental health issues.
  19. 19. We offer training and workshops for: *Professionals *Educators *Organizations
  20. 20. Supervisors and managers participating in our personal development workshop
  21. 21. Caregivers and front line workers taking part in our professional development workshop
  22. 22. OUR CONTACT SONALI SENROY sonalisenroy@yahoo.co.in PRIYA SENROY senroycounselling@gmail.com www.senroycounselling.com

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