Session course: Creative Arts for Healing. From The Nile to The Cauvery

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Date(s) - 06/01/2022 - 24/02/2022
All Day


8 session course on music, drama, dance, visual arts, and other creative arts modalities which have been acknowledged for their efficient healing power since ancient times.

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This is an online Expressive Arts Therapy course which provides hands on training using different modalities like art, movement, poetry, singing, instrumental music, storytelling and psychodrama inspired by both Egyptian and Indian civilizations. Expressive arts therapy is centered on expression, active participation, imagination and mind body connection. This process of creative arts sets up a platform to self-discovery and self-expression providing a safe outlet to relieve your emotions and secure a sense of control your life. Expressive Arts Therapy is a gentle non-judgmental approach enables you to gain awareness about what is happening in your unconscious, promoting healing.
This course comes as a fruit of active collaboration between two institutes affiliated to the International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes(IAGP): The ًRakhawy Institute for Training and Research(RITR) and The Indian Institute of Psychodrama (IIP).

The framework of the training includes introduction to creative arts, followed by a session on arts and rituals from the past, present and future. In the next session you will be examining various forms of celebrations through paintings/ images. You will experience the process of psychodrama, dreams and drama in the upcoming session. Various other techniques like visual arts, masks, poetry, songs and storytelling will be used in this training session to bring to light the legacy of creative arts therapy between the Nile and the Cauvery.
The course will include both didactic and experiential parts. It will be presented by a group of international leaders and experts in group psychotherapy and creative arts therapy, and facilitated by two leaders in the field: Mona Rakhawy (Egypt) and Magdalene Jeyarathnam (India).

Mental health professionals and art therapists are welcomed to attend. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance recognized by the IAGP, RITR and IIP.
All participation fees will be donated for the sponsorship of students and young professionals in the 21st IAGP Congress, titled “Groups for the World, Inspiration, Strength and Transformation.”(
Dates: 6, 13, 20 & 27 January, 2022 (Thursdays)
3, 10, 17, 24 February, 2022 (Thrusdays)
Time: 2pm to 5pm (CET)

Fees for participants from Europe and USA 200 Euro



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